There seems to be a fresh interest in link building. Why now? What do the search engines have to say? How should agencies and companies approach link building? Why The New Interest In Link Building? Why are search engine optimizers and agencies more interested in link building again? Because the search engines are getting good […]
You run your brand’s social media campaigns, but you’ve got your own extracurricular social media activities going on, too. You’re into early-90′s hip-hop, startup culture, home improvement, and fashion - and Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram know all about it thanks to your lushly updated accounts. You’re a multi-faceted being. Your kind refuses to be pigeon-holed. No one puts baby…
U.S. e-commerce touched $230B in 2013 according to Forrester research, and grew 13% year over year. This growth is poised to continue as more and more consumers move their shopping dollars online. More than 30% of e-commerce traffic is driven by Search, making it a dominant force according to Internet Retailer.
Chances are you know what your website’s rate is, but many site owners just don’t know how important this number really is. So what is a bounce rate anyway and why should you be watching it? Your bounce rate is the number of visitors who land on one of your web pages and then immediately click back or leave in some way.
Many marketing analysts, writers and thought leaders have chimed in on what they believe the content marketing maturity model should look like. The Altimeter Group, Forrester, TopRank and likely others have weighed in. What do they all have in common so far? They simply don’t go far enough.
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