Log in to your Google Analytics account. Scroll down the left-hand menu and look for the option titled “Acquisition.” Click on it to open up a sub-menu. Select “Overview.” You’ll see a pie-chart detailing which percentage of your users is coming from Organic Search, Referrals, Direct, Social, etc. In the list at the bottom of the page, you’ll see all the different sources of your traffic. Click on Social. This will open up another list that will show you, in numbers, how much referral traffic you received from each social media channel in the last month. Do you spot Pinterest anywhere? … [Read more...] about How to Achieve Explosive Growth on Pinterest: 8 Key Ways to Build and Multiply Your Audience
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2. You get to write the review for whoever's on the phone with you. You then hit "submit the review," and within seconds the prospect receives an email to verify that it was their words in the review. Have the consumer/prospect go to their inbox while you have them on the phone and click the verification link – and the review gets published! … [Read more...] about How to Skyrocket Profit on Google Ads (6 Best Ways)
Instead of leaving the website, visitors can rely on support now. If the robot is unable to help, the chatbot may help visitors to connect with live support. Having an assistant on your website is always a good idea but ensure that it functions well and does not disrupt the visitors. … [Read more...] about 11 Effective Ways to Increase User Engagement
A 25-character headline and two 35-character description lines have been the building blocks of AdWords text ads since day one. We’ve all slaved away trying to fit compelling copy into these strict limits, desperately tried to knock one character off the first description line to add a full stop at the end, scoured the thesaurus for a shorter synonym… the struggle has been real. … [Read more...] about Are they living up to the hype?
A good brand story sticks with its audience or consumers – when you hear “Just Do It” Nike © automatically comes to mind, doesn’t it? Understanding your brand and then telling that story to the world is one important step to getting the recognition you want for your product or service. You want people to be able to see your logo or hear your company name and immediately associate that with X, Y, and Z—it will depend on your company’s mission, audience, and goals. For example, you may want your brand to signify power, or a giving organization, dependable, etc. How do you get to this point? You have to tell your brand’s story. … [Read more...] about How to Tell Your Brand’s Story Effectively