What is Google Tag Manager? Google Tag Manager allows the ability to place a code snippet on your website. A lot of people are already familiar with doing that with Google Analytics Code. When you sign up for Google Analytics, they give you a snippet of code you place on each page. If you’re using WordPress, you place it once. If you’re using a static website, you place on every page. … [Read more...] about NBC Golf Channel’s Steve Guberman: Google Tag Manager
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We have seen Google offices with miniature golf before but here is one space at Google selling Google Home devices with mini golf. Maybe a play off the name Google Home Mini or maybe not, here is a photo and video of the mini golf area from Instagram. … [Read more...] about Google Home Mini Golf
Set A Calendar & Stick To It. This is the step that most people stumble on. You’ve got to post on a regular basis if you want to be successful. You don’t have to know exact subjects to plan your posting calendar out far in advance – as long as you know a post is due on a certain date, it helps keep everyone accountable and on schedule. At a minimum, you should plan your posts a month ahead of time, but going 6 months or even a year ahead will make your life easier and increase your chances of success. … [Read more...] about Make Your Blog A Local Destination & Win At Local Search
Before Trump announced his presidential bid, foot traffic to his properties was steady year-over-year - and maybe even saw a small uptick. After he entered the race, his branded properties failed to get their usual summertime traffic gains. In August 2015, the share of people coming to all Trump-branded properties was down 17% from the year before. … [Read more...] about Is Donald Trump’s earned media hurting his brand?
They included pertinent facts about why Fleet Week is a necessity in San Diego (they have the largest military concentration in the world) They explained their goal clearly and in the beginning of the campaign- to encourage people to donate $20 to provide lunch for a family of 4 They explained how this campaign has been a success in the past (they’ve provided over 1200 meals for service members and their families) They included a button to donate right in the email, making it quick and easy to give money They provided a link to their website for those looking to learn more The email is colorful yet easy to read, and it contains real pictures of servicemen and women in the community who will benefit from the donations. … [Read more...] about 5 #GivingTuesday Campaigns That Won (and 3 That Lost)