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Clint Kaiser has been in the digital marketing space since 1997 when he started at one of the first email marketing companies in the marketplace -- Mercury Mail. He's been addicted to email marketing ever since working on both the product and consulting sides of the fence. Currently Clint serves as the Senior Director of Digital Strategy at Responsys where he helps inform and impact client's digital interactions with their customers. … [Read more...] about Conducting A Multi-Point Inspection On Your Email Program
A benchmark of current targeting, useful in many scenarios such as future reporting or tracking implementation To mitigate the risk to organic performance from significant copy changes, for example during a re-branding and/or domain migration Data for internal anchor text-led fix for cannibalisation against one target keyword Auditing targeting on discrete versions of a mobile site and desktop site, with different sets of copy, ahead of the switch to the mobile first index? Note : Tracking keyword frequency is one part of the due diligence an SEO should complete if tackling the scenarios above – this technique can be a useful canary in the coal mine of copy changes, but there are many other important factors to consider. If you’re working on a site migration, read more on mapping redirects & mitigating risk in site migrations … [Read more...] about 4 modern uses for keyword counting and how you can automate it
We introduce a new Periodic micro coaxial transmission line (PMTL) that is capable of sustaining a TEM propagation mode up to THz band. The PMTL can be manufactured using the current photolithographic processes. This transmission line can be embedded in microscopic layers that allow many new applications. We use the PMTL to develop a wideband highly scalable connector that is then used in a Probe that can be used for connecting to microscopic scale Integrated Circuits with picoseconds High Speed Digital and near THz Analogue performance in various stages of development from R&D to production testing. These probes, in one embodiment, provide a thin pen-like vertical probe tip that matches the die pad pattern precisely that can be as agile as a high speed plotter pen, connecting on the fly to any die pattern on a wafer. … [Read more...] about Is Google Aiming at Building Faster Networks and Data Transmissions?
Out of Office Option and Working Hours in Google Calendar The official G Suite feed announced on June 27th a recent update and new features in Google Calendar. With the new update in place, users will be able to have more control over how their working time should be spent. It will feature customizable working hours that allow them to select an "Out of office" Calendar entry type while creating an event on the web. Doing so will signal to others that they are not available in those hours. Any meeting requests created during that specific time will also be automatically declined. They can even customize the decline message and visibility of the 'out of office' title on their Google Calendar. … [Read more...] about Google News Digest: Google Ads, New Insights in Google My Business and More