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3 Key Google Analytics Reports We Assess

The most common thing I hear from clients is “We don’t know how to interpret our Google Analytics”. The good thing is you’re not alone and we have a passion for helping you interpret them in order to make smart design and branding decisions. And also many SEO companies like https://www.bluewhalemedia.co.uk is extending their helping…

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Pass Our Website Assessment with Flying Colors

Website management can be done with the help of services like SERPninja. However, website assessment is also a critical part of every brand assessment. During a website assessment, Shaun utilizes HubSpot’s website grader tool and his own website brand review to evaluate your brand’s website. dR Website Review During our review, we look to see…

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Tiny Videos – Shaun’s 5 Criteria for Website Review

Brand assessment and website review involve thorough analyses of a brand’s digital footprint. There are many different ways to perform a website review. Many reviewers are subjective about what is important. Here are my 5 most important categories when reviewing a website: Information Architecture The site map and content organization are probably the least respected category in…

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7 Quality Assurance Website Tests

Website tests for quality assurance are the only way to make sure a site looks and functions the way it’s supposed to across all platforms. A lot of time and hard work goes into creating a website: Research; Copywriting; Visual Design; User Experience Design; Development; Optimization; and more. Before any website goes live, it deserves…

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SEO is About Audience

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Before anything else, SEO is about audience. Courtesy of Rodney Dawson Principal/Project Coordinator, Great Lakes Tech Solutions, LLC You want the people you’re marketing to to be able to find you, right? You want the almighty Google Search to list you at or near the top of a search result, right? So before starting any other…

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Guest Blogger – Jordana Revella: Marketing automation: Let’s get there in one piece

Jordana Revella Orosz

What does a new year mean to a marketer? In my experience as an in-house marketer and a consultant, I find it usually means tackling a new technical monster project that — if it doesn’t eat us up — improves message relevancy, effectiveness and ROI. In years past, such projects for me have included researching and implementing an HTML email marketing solution, an online meeting solution, and a content managed website solution.

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