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  • Sharing our 2015 Successes and Failures!

    … traffic… this is all organic growth! Omitting sessions from referral spam sources, here’s our final stats for year over year compared to 2014: Sessions up 14.63% to 728,685 Organic traffic up 46.32% to 438,950 Users up 8.17% to 625,764 Page views up 30.13% to 1,189,333 Pages per Session up 13.52% to 1.63 Session Duration up 4.70% to 46…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 18 readers -
  • 14 Different Terms Used Across Marketing Automation Platforms

    … way through the marketing automation jargon by getting to know the marketing automation terms associated with Marketo, Pardot, HubSpot, Act-On and Eloqua in Uberflip’s infographic, How to “Speak Marketing Automation”. The infographic covers unidentified website visitors, records, lists, filtered lists (or segments), event triggers, campaigns, automated drip campaigns, activities, scores, Salesforce integrations, analytics, assets, calendar and community support. © 2014 DK New Media. …

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 24 readers -
  • Not Everyone Who Interacts With You Is a Customer

    … Online interactions and unique visits to your website aren’t necessarily customers for your business, or even prospective customers. Companies often make the mistake of assuming that every visit to a website is someone who’s interested in their products, or that everyone who downloads a single whitepaper is ready to buy. Not so. Not so at all…

    Marketing Technology Blog- 9 readers -
  • Landing Page Optimization Beyond The Color Of Your CTA Button

    …. But are they really for you? Just because a study shows a longer landing page is likely to lead to a 15% lower conversion rate, in no way means short landing pages are best practice. What you really want to focus on is visitor experience and intent. This seems glaringly obvious and intuitive, but businesses continue to fail establishing a basic connection…

    Search Engine People Blog- 9 readers -
  • How to Create Your First Website – 5 Simple Tips

    … 1. Easy Reading. When a visitor lands on your website, you want them to stay for as long as possible, at least long enough for them to take some action (whatever it is that you would like them to do on your website: e.g: Buy something, opt-in to a newsletter etc). So you need to avoid anything that might distract or put-off your visitors and give…

    whoisjonleuty.com- 10 readers -
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