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My son is a LEGO enthusiast, and even though I don’t build that often, I am usually involved in the acquisition process of LEGO sets or digital goods. To quote a few, we build with bricks, plan with their software, play with their apps, buy through their website and consume content on their social profiles. Quite a lot of touch points with their brand, and that’s not all! On my [...]

Categories: Internet Marketing

Today, digital marketers are ditching the cubicle for coffee shops, kitchen tables, or any quiet corner. Working remotely is fast becoming the new way to work. So how can you do it effectively? Collaboration will remain an essential part of digital marketing, no matter where across the globe your co-workers may be working. Fortunately, there […] Author information Kevan Lee Freelance writer by day, sports fan by night—and sometimes vice [...]

Categories: Website Design

The following is a guest post by Pankaj Parashar. Pankaj has written here before, last time about the progress element. Fitting indeed then to write again about the very related meter element. They are different both functionally and semantically, so read on!   As defined by W3C, The meter element represents a scalar measurement within a known range, or a fractional value; for example disk usage, the relevance of a [...]

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When Matt Cutts, head of Google’s web spam team, announced that links in press releases have no value for SEO, it created a lot of discussion and debate in the SEM community. But, if you look at his comments in their entirety, you’ll notice that he also said press release sites do have value for press and marketing reasons as Cheryl Conner, contributing writer at Forbes, so eloquently points out. Consider, [...]

Categories: Internet Marketing

   Can you imagine your company having a chief electricity officer? Seems ridiculous doesn’t it, but many large businesses did when electricity first started to power the industrial economy. Electricity is such an integral part of our working life that it is impossible to imagine life without it. Companies just couldn’t operate without power, but it wasn’t always that way. Many business leaders failed to grasp the full potential of [...]

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For new recruits, the world of internet marketing can be a strange one. Despite the importance of the internet and the ubiquity of AdSense and SEO, talk to the average Joe on the street about internet marketing and you will quickly see their eyes glaze over. This is alien stuff for most people and it’s […] Author information Matt Goulart Founder at Ignite Digital Matt Goulart is the founder of [...]

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Pantofobos created an awesome mockup of Nexus 10, it’s designed using smart objects and available in PSD format. You can also download Nexus 5 Mockup PSD. Just click the link below to visit the source link. Visit Download Page

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Posted by nathalienahai All marketers hope to see their audiences move down their marketing funnel, eventually converting to paying customers. We reach out through social media, we create content that we hope resonates, and we optimize our sites in hopes of eliciting certain behaviors from those customers. Psychology, then—the study of mental functions and behaviors—is a foundational part of what we do. In today’s Whiteboard Friday, Nathalie Nahai—the web psychologist—explains [...]

Categories: Technology

Today we’ve added many new secondary dimensions to standard reports, including the much-asked for Custom Dimensions. Custom Dimensions is a new Universal Analytics feature that allows you to bring custom business data into Google Analytics. For example, a custom dimension can be used to collect friendly page names, whether the user is logged in, or a user tier (like Gold, Platinum, or Diamond). By using Custom Dimensions in secondary dimensions, [...]

Categories: Internet Marketing

   Nowadays, with any Web app you build, you have dozens of architectural decisions to make. And you want to make the right ones: You want to use technologies that allow for rapid development, constant iteration, maximal efficiency, speed, robustness and more. You want to be lean and you want to be agile. You want to use technologies that will help you succeed in the short and long term. And [...]

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