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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 [...]

Categories: Website Design

The following post originally appeared on the DoubleClick Advertiser Blog.   Search marketers managing multiple campaigns across multiple accounts have to visualize their data in many different ways and tailor reporting for each group of stakeholders. Often, this means spending time pulling and aggregating reports, building macro-enabled spreadsheets, and wrangling your data into a specific format for a specific presentation — only to do it all over again in a [...]

Categories: SEO

In the past, the term microsites had often been used interchangeably with mini-sites, those one page stand-alone Web pages used by direct marketers in the 90s. Mini-sites became popular with the introduction of Google’s revolutionary (at the time) pay-per-click business model. Microsites are perfectly acceptable to serve as landing pages or hubs for search engine advertising. This is one main reason for creating microsites – to create a hyper-focused website [...]

Categories: Internet Marketing

Advertise here with BSA Do web designers and web developers need the services of a social media specialist? The answer is…it depends. Here are some key questions to help you find out if you need the services of a social media specialist: Do you want to grow your business? Do you have a product to sell? Do you operate a blog for profit? Is the traffic to your website or [...]

Categories: Internet Marketing

It’s really easy to add an event listener in jQuery. It’s equally easy to remove an event listener. You might want to remove a listener because you don’t care to perform any actions on that event anymore, to reduce memory usage, or both. But let’s say you’ve attached several listeners to the same event. How do you remove just one of them? Namespacing can help.   Let’s look at code. [...]

Categories: SEO

Google’s Matt Cutts, the head of search spam, released a video today providing an SEO tip on meta descriptions. Matt said, do not have duplicate meta descriptions on your site. Matt said it is better to have unique meta descriptions and even no meta descriptions at all, then to show duplicate… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.

Categories: SEO

You’d think the thrill might wear off this whole renewable energy investing thing after a while. Nope—we’re still as into it as ever, which is why we’re so pleased to announce our 14th investment: We’re partnering with global investment firm KKR to invest in six utility-scale solar facilities in California and Arizona. Developed by leading solar developer Recurrent Energy, the projects have a combined capacity of 106MW and will generate [...]

Categories: Technology