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Wow. Now, this is an infographic. So many infographics under-deliver. They’re forced. They spawned because it ended up on a “Marketing Q1” to-do list. And they end up being useless, enormous, ugly image files that just kills everyone’s bandwidth. An infographic is really a data visualization that presents useful data and makes it easy for viewers to do something actionable with it. That’s what the infographic below does. The number one takeaway from this graphic is: your list is reading your email on their phones. Are your emails optimized for mobile? Are you thinking about how people behave on mobile…
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What Can You Learn From Tracking 17 Billion Email Opens?
I definitely don’t envy anyone that has to compete on Google Shopping. To be successful, it requires quite a bit of spreadsheet chops, constant adjusting and a deep understanding of your customer lifetime value. It’s possible that lowering your prices to just the right point will significantly build your customer base in the long run. Although it may seem like you’re losing money on first-time customers that come from Google Shopping, you’re ultimately profiting on their future business. In a sense, you’re turning that first-time monetary loss into marketing spend. It’s definitely tricky. And yes, it is a science project….
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I had a thermodynamics professor in college that would have something to say about this infographic: Entropy increases throughout the day. Therefore, in his view, it’s better to wake up early to focus on your most important work. He was right. Early in the morning, you have: No phone calls No text messages No emails No distractions Everything is quiet. If you wait until the end of the day to write (or get anything done for that matter), the chances of distractions and having to put it off another day increase to some degree. However, there are two schools of…
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It’s easy to get into the habit of robotically posting content to social media every day. However, how you post to social media is just as important as the content itself. You need people to click on your post to see your content. So, before you rush around doing your daily social media tasks, pause, take a step back and think about how you can improve what you’re doing. Study this infographic and use it as a cheat sheet the next time you post to social media. One last hint: It’s a good idea to measure your social media efforts…
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“What Do Department Store Santas and Prostitutes Have in Common?” “Why Do Drug Dealers Still Live at Home with Their Mothers?” These are two chapter titles from the Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner book Freakonomics, a work that has captured the interest of hundreds of thousands of readers. One of the big draws of this book is the catchy and intriguing title for each chapter. You just want to read on. But how would Google rate those titles in terms of SEO? Where are the keywords/keyword phrases that are popular and commonly used by generic searches? These titles would be…
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Can Your Audience and Google Love the Same Page Title?
A term used to describe test methods or algorithms that continuously shift traffic in reaction to the real-time performance of the test. Also known as “multi-armed bandit testing”, the name is derived from the behavior of casino slot machine players who often play several machines at once in order to optimize their payout. Rather than stay with a single machine, the gambler will often play some percentage of the time on several other nearby machines. In this way, the new “hot” machine can be identified without leaving the original machine behind. When used in website testing, bandit testing represents a…
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A sitemap is (usually) an XML document, containing a list of pages on your website that you have chosen to tell Google and other search engines to index. Google often uses the sitemap file as a guide to the pages available on your website — even though it may decide not to index every page you list on your sitemap. The sitemap also carries information about each page, including when it was created and last modified, and its importance relative to other pages on your site. This speeds up the process of indexing pages. A sitemap is one of those…
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Blogging is a powerful B2B content marketing tool. But many B2B content marketers aren’t getting anything close to its full effectiveness. So they conclude that blogging doesn’t work, or at least that it doesn’t work for their business. In fact, you could be reaping massively higher traffic, leads, and sales with a well-constructed blogging strategy. By the end of this guide, you’ll know why blogging works and how to create, implement, and measure a blogging strategy that will work for you. First, though… 1. Why Blog at All? Blogging regularly can lead to more traffic, more leads, and more sales….
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The Crazy Egg Guide to B2B Blogging
The bounce rate is the percentage of people, who landed on your website, but instead of browsing further they exited your website. This metric can be important to certain websites as it gives you an idea about the first impression of your site. It tells you if your landing page meets the expectation of the visitors who landed there. If your Bounce Rate is high, you can suspect that something is wrong either with your landing page or your sources of traffic. You can calculate the bounce rate with this formula: A concrete example Let’s say, that you have a…
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Glossary: Bounce Rate