Sue Campbell says, “Serious about making your living via the Web? Then you’ve likely shelled out good money for an online course or subscription that includes access to a forum. And if you’re anything like me, you eagerly devour the webinars, worksheets, and ebooks … but avoid the forum, as you would the pee-smelling seat […]
Monthly Archives: August 2014
It’s hard to get links from authority sites, especially links from sites run by governmental and educational organizations. But when you do, these links can create powerful improvements in your site’s rank David Henry has created Comment Commander Pro software to help you find these links and other high authority links easily. This software searches […]
Darryl Adie says, “Implementing a new ecommerce platform is one of the biggest technical decisions that a retailer can make. A successful replatforming can be the key to effective multichannel growth and can future-proof a retailer against ever-changing consumer demand. With so much at stake it’s important to make sure that a project starts in […]
Craig Bradford says, “Without a basic understanding of statistics, you can often present misleading results to your clients or superiors. In this post I want to cover the main aspects of planning, monitoring and interpreting CRO results so that when you do roll out new versions of pages, the results are much closer to what […]
Kimberly Caldwell says, “Do you have Twitter followers that aren’t very relevant to your industry? Do they seem random? Twitter ads can help you gain followers, but sometimes the problem (like with Facebook advertising) is that these followers are not quite relevant to your industry or business. So what are some ways to gain quality […]
The latest post on ‘ReadWrite’ is titled “How Facebook Will Fuel The Next Wave Of Open Source Businesses”.
Kyli Singh says, “Social media is a great way to express yourself, but some people take it a little too far. When scrolling through your feeds, you’ll probably find, shall we say, “inadvisable” posts here and there. These horrific social media fails can ultimately backfire by drawing unwanted attention from friends and strangers alike. We rounded up seven […]
The latest article on ‘MarketingProfs’ is titled “How to Reach World Cup Fans Without a Big Marketing Spend”.
Michael Bird says, “To the untrained eye, social media is a useless tool for growing sales. You can’t directly sell on the site, and likes and retweets do not always equal sales growth. So how can Facebook or Pinterest lead to more sales and lead generation? Social Media for Sales Don’t ever underestimate the power […]
Zia Daniell Wigder says, “Many brands eyeing Latin American eCommerce markets look first to Brazil, and with good reason. Brazil is Latin America’s largest online retail market by a wide margin and growth rates remain high: Our forecast shows the market growing by a CAGR of 18% to reach $35 billion in 2018. As in every fast-growing eCommerce […]