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Google Analytics: Why you should be using website Analytics

Google Analytics: Why you should be using website Analytics

Google Analytics is one of the best resources to analyze website traffic. By learning how to use this tool, you can view a detailed breakdown of your audience, traffic patterns (search engine referrals), and consequently market your site, product or brand in more proficient and successful ways. Most blogging or website platforms, like Wordpress, Squarespace, Tumblr and Blogger, already have programming built in to accommodate Google Analytics. All you have to do is learn how to read and utilize its information.

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SEO Tricks

SEO Tricks

Lots of people tend to misunderstand what’s required when it comes to the best SEO practices for your website. With hundreds of elements that tie into algorithms across all major search engines, it’s absolutely crucial that you pay attention to as many options that you have as possible when trying to perfect your SEO. While we can’t tell you exactly how important each element should be since engines generally keep their algorithms a secret, we can at least get you started in the right direction. Whether you’re a newbie to SEO strategies or a seasoned veteran, this list should play into the efforts both on your web site and around the web.

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Homepage Obsessions

Homepage Obsessions

Of all of the pitfalls associated with web design, a myopic focus on  the home page is a common error. Designers and clients tend to view the entire site through the narrow lens of the home page. The home page serves an important role in enticing visitors to enter and look around. As a virtual introduction of your company, the initial visitor's reaction to the site often occurs on the  home page. That's where businesses tend to lay the “Welcome” mat and encourage passers-by to enter.

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Live Tweeting that Drives Conversation

Live Tweeting that Drives Conversation

As Twitter's cultural and technical evolution continues, the dichotomy between its humble origins and it's current role as a powerful marketing vehicle is becoming evident. The sophistication of social media marketing techniques that are now employed have evolved with the social platforms themselves. Designed initially as a simple micro-blogging tool, Twitter was developed to permit a group of friends to converse via text in real time. The concept was based on creating tweets that capture a moment in  time and communicate it in real time and with brevity.

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Replies on Facebook Gain Engagement

Replies on Facebook Gain Engagement

Facebook's  tech gnomes have been putting in plenty of overtime getting the bugs out of their new "Replies" feature. Their dedication has resulted in a better way to navigate through the conversation threads. Now, a fan can respond directly to a friend's comment on their page. In addition, responses will be posted under the original comment. All comments will be prioritized by engagement protocol that's based on the level of engagement. The most active posts will rise to the top of your list. This is a god send to users who's pages encompass thousands of followers.

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