Google introduced the “Manual Webspam Action” viewer feature in Webmaster Tools, a much awaited feature requested by webmasters and website owners. This feature is located under “Search Traffic” Section and labeled “Manual Actions”.
Terms such as “digital analytics,” “customer analytics,” and “marketing analytics” are increasingly being used to describe the multichannel integration and analytical capabilities that enterprises seek from web analytics tools.
Infinity Direct Expands Marketing Analytics. by Victoria Wise on August 9, 2013. Todd. Infinity Direct is enhancing our longtime emphasis on data-driven marketing by bringing advanced analytics capabilities in-house. We have recently hired …
When the new inbox option appeared, my first thought was “email marketing just got a little harder.” This is not necessarily a bad thing. Email is so good at generating revenue that people forget it can also improve loyalty, service, and engagement.
Two weeks ago, Google began selling Chromecast. Just plug it into the HDMI port on your television and wirelessly stream content to your television from your computer, Android or iOS device. Chromecast is on the market for $35 a pop. Google says the device is “the easiest way to watch online video on your TV.”
In the words of Scott Liewehr, President and Principal Analyst of the Digital Clarity Group, it’s not about the right technology, it’s about the right systems integrator. And when it comes to customer experience management, the right choice makes all the difference. Read full story… Follow us on Twitter Join free newsletter View upcoming events Find […]
Bracing for the Content Marketing Explosion In the race to keep up with customer’s demands for content, businesses that produce quality content will capture the audience. Collaboration + Process = Productivity? As collaboration tools secure a place in the workforce, businesses are now incorporating them into critical processes. Will this combination of collaboration tools and […]
It is definitely a sign of maturity for Facebook that rollouts are carefully monitored, results poured over and analysed in order to iterate and ensure the best possible product for all users. However, I believe Facebook may be taking this too far. That’s right, a data analyst arguing that there’s too much data being used!