Considering that Google's search engine algorithm ranks a single website on over 200 factors and that Google is constantly changing, evaluating and updating it’s search results, a site that is ranked #1 on Google today, may not even be on the 1st page next week. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing! This means that the possibility of your site moving up to the first page can happen in a short amount of time!
Google Analytics is the most comprehensive tracking tool available on the market. It gives you detailed data about your website visitors and the actions they take on your site. You’ll be able to see what people are doing on your site after they click on an email you send them and beyond.
By effectively using Google Analytics, you can stop making blind guesses and start making data-driven marketing decisions to boost your bottom line.
There’s just a lot of marketing noise this time of year. Many businesses think they can capture subscribers’ attention with increasingly desperate offers: 15% off one week, 20% off the next, then 25% off, etc. etc.
But it is possible to stand out during the holiday season without offering those kinds of discounts. You may not win the price war, but you can expect to capture your audience’s attention with relevant content, a mobile presence, and customer reviews. And that will benefit you in the long run, not just between now and the end of the year.
Who doesn’t love to buy goods and services right from the comfort of their home? E-commerce has become quite popular over the past few years as people can shop at their own convenience, with total comfort, without the headache of beating the traffic and standing in long queues. If you too have decided to launch an e-commerce site or have already done so, to cash in on this trend, you need to promote it well to rake in the moolah.