As consumers we’re faced with intrusive advertising on a daily basis, from the moment you wake up and turn on the radio to the late evening you power down in the evening with some television. Not to mention all the other times in between. Whether it’s social media influencers, sponsored posts, re-targeting ads or …
So, you’ve decided that your business needs SEO. Now that you’ve probably Googled your heart out and read almost every SEO 101 articles available it’s now time to set up your Google Analytics account. But with so many metrics available it can be quite overwhelming, here are our three tips to getting your Google Analytics off the ground without pulling your hair out.
hen making an investment towards your business there is always the expectation of receiving returns, which is why returns on investment (ROI) tracking is so important. Sometime businesses can be discouraged when they don’t see a change in their dollar figures after an investment, but ROI is much more than money coming in.
Whether you love it or hate it, SEO is one of those things that will keep changing – for some it keeps life interesting and for others it’s a struggle to stay ahead. There are constant updates, developments and new trends.
The SEO-sphere has been flooded with penguin images the past week, cartoon penguins, swimming penguins, even DC penguins. Rather than being another Internet meme trend, Penguin actually refers to a Google algorithm that targets organic search results.
In Florida, E-ventures WorldWide LLC who has five global offices, tried sueing Google over deleting its websites form the Google Search Index, and blocking them from creating any new websites.
More and more people are accessing the web through through mobile phones, and Google has already told us that the updated algorithm holds a special prefer over mobile optimised websites.
After just 10 weeks in the App Store, a new phone app called Yubl is sitting pretty at fourth position.
Borrell Associates , a US media forecaster has argued that digital marketing services spending for 2016 will be around $613billion.