• The Secrets of Designing A Killer Call To Action Button

    Do you think that writing a brilliant piece of ad copy is going to help your website convert more visitors? Well, you could not be more wrong. A brilliant ad copy or a graceful interface may help you engage the visitors but it is the Call to Action button that eventually does the trick. CTA button represents what actions you want your visitors to perform.

    Michael Evans/ ppc.orgin Paid Search- 3 readers -
  • 3 ways to increase visitor engagement

    You want more traffic, but you also want to keep readers on your website as long as possible. The longer they stay, the more chance there is that they’ll subscribe or buy. But engagement is worth more than that. The search engines look at how long your visitors stay and rank you accordingly in search results.

    Ellen Finkelstein/ Change the World Marketing- 3 readers -
  • Slides for Affiliate Summit East 2015 Sessions

    The presentation slides from Affiliate Summit East 2015 have been posted. The slides have options to share on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, and Twitter. You can also embed them into your own site or blog. Check out the slides to help decide which sessions on the agenda for Affiliate Summit East 2015 you should attend. Please share with your friends and colleagues if you enjoy them.

    Shawn Collins/ affiliatetip.com- 3 readers -
  • What’s New in Social Media? 12 Updates from July 2015

    The summer is heating up and so are our favorite social networks! Like the array of social media updates in June, July was another busy month featuring a variety of social media changes. If you’re planning your fall social media event calendar, check out the recent #MarketingNerds podcast episode with Kelsey and me where we discuss live tweeting and event coverage on social media.

    Debbie Miller/ Search Engine Journalin Social- 6 readers -
  • Two Brains: One Story

    As a storyteller with a degree in electrical engineering, I’m about as dual-brained as one can get. I attend both the churches of Pathos and Logos. My left brain is filled with the gospels of physics, mathematics, and the creeds of deduction and induction. My right brain is infused with parables of the human condition, such as art, empathy, and symbolism.

    B2B Marketing Insiderin Content- 4 readers -
  • The Golden Ratio in Website Design Theory

    The Golden Ratio in Website Design Theory August 1, 2015 by Kim Castleberry Leave a Comment Optimizing Your Web Design Work According To Nature If you are designing sites, graphics, or artwork, you need to understand how the Golden Ratio (aka “divine proportion” or aka “Fibonacci numbers”) plays a role in determining eye appeal.

    Kim Castleberry/ Just Ask Kim- 3 readers -
  • News Feed FYI: A Better Understanding of “Hide”

    By Sami Tas, Software Engineer & Meihong Wang, Engineering Manager The goal of News Feed is to show you the content that matters to you. The actions people take on Facebook—liking, commenting or sharing a post—are some of the main factors we consider to determine what to show at the top of your News Feed. We also offer the option to hide stories that you don’t want to see in News Feed.

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