Confetti

Confetti is small pieces or streamers of paper, mylar, or metallic material which are usually thrown at parades and celebrations, especially weddings (and game shows, following the end of a milestone or the occasion of a big win). The origins are from the Latin confectum, with confetti the plural of Italian confetto, small sweet. Modern paper confetti traces back to symbolic rituals of tossing grains and sweets during special occasions, traditional for numerous cultures throughout history as an ancient custom dating back to pagan times, but adapted from sweets and grains to paper through the centuries.
Posts about Confetti
  • Inbound Marketing Trends: January 4, 2015

    … marketing trends. While the ball has dropped and the confetti has been swept, we're feeling like the best part has just begun. After all, there's nothing like a fresh start to get you excited about your marketing efforts, right? So to help you kick off 2015 the right way, we've collected all of the latest posts from our blog this week to make…

    Carly Stec/ The IMPACT Blog- 10 readers -
  • Out With The Old, In With The New

    … on ETR I received via email a few days ago. I particularly liked "the science behind it" discussed in that post. It's a start. "Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for." - Epicurus I like the quote above. It really puts things in perspective. My…

    Lynn Terry/ ClickNewz!- 26 readers -
  • Heatmaps Role in Conversion Optimization Q&A

    … Chris Goward presented a webinar on October 30th 2014 titled The 2 Ways to Use Heatmaps to Light the Fire Under your Website Tests (recorded). The webinar, co-hosted by WiderFunnel and CrazyEgg, sparked some great questions during the Q&A period. We are happy to share them with you. Q&A Recap Q: How do heatmaps compare to qualitative…

    Jacqueline Mcdonald/ WiderFunnel- 4 readers -
  • The Koozai Guide To Using Crazy Egg

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    Graeme Benge/ Koozai.comin Paid Search SEO Google- 19 readers -
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