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  • 9 months 4 weeks ago

    As technology develops and websites become more complex, user interactions are changing. Stay ahead of the competition with advance Google site analytics.

    Big Data is a US $33.5 billion ($42.87B CAD) industry according to the latest reports from Statistica. The per company analytics spend needed to compete in a data-driven world is staggering.

  • 10 months 1 week ago

    Are you considering search engine advertising for your business? It can help customers find you, help you generate leads and build better profits for your business?

    But before you dive in, you need to know search advertising is a science. There are certain facts you need to know about this cause and effect relationship.

    To help you in your quest, we've compiled a list of ten facts you might not know about pay-per-click (PPC) advertising.

    Without further delay, let's get started!

  • 10 months 2 weeks ago

    In today’s digital world, your marketing just isn’t complete without a content strategy. From blogs, social media, newsletters and email campaigns, there’s too much opportunity to reach and engage your audience to just let potential customers slip by. 

    One of the most effective ways to keep your lead funnels filled is through long term engagement. While many potential prospects aren’t ready to buy today, throwing away these leads is wasteful, and can really hurt your long-term goals. 

  • 1 year ago

    Do you know the difference between Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Pay-Per-Click (PPC)?

    Should you use one method or both to reach your potential clients online?

    Will you hire an SEO or PPC specialist, or attempt to drive traffic to your website on your own?

    These are important questions you must ask when creating an online marketing strategy.

    First, let's define SEO and PPC to see how they fit into your business.

  • 1 year ago

    Imagine how much more efficiently your website would be if you could drastically increase audience engagement with the content.

    There are ten digital marketing trends websites can use to encourage engagement with content, making it stand out from all the other noise online.

    Let's explore each of them together.

  • 1 year 1 month ago

    Will Google Analytics reporting help your business?

    Absolutely. In fact, Google Analytics is essential to growing a business successfully.

  • 1 year 1 month ago

    Did you know that only 20 percent of startups survive their first year of operation?

    It gets worse. After five years, that figure goes up to 50 percent. And in a decade, only one-third will make it. Now take note that this doesn't apply to owners who decide to retire or sell their businesses.

  • 1 year 7 months ago


    You’ve heard of SEO right? It’s also called search engine optimization.

    It’s that weird thing marketers and techies talk about, and then they wave their magic wands and you’re suddenly ranking at the top or near the top of the Googles. A lot of people also associate SEO with keywords.

    Here’s the thing: Although SEO may seem like a whole bunch of technical, wand waving, mumbo jumbo that involves this strange ingredient called keywords, it’s actually a lot more than that.

  • 1 year 9 months ago

    Email marketing has the potential to have the highest return on investment (ROI) of all your marketing efforts.

    According to the 2016 State of Email Report published by Litmus, email has an ROI “of 38-to-1 on every dollar invested.”

    That’s pretty significant. Think about it…

  • 1 year 11 months ago

    Finding the best digital marketing agency with a plethora of options can be mind-boggling, headache inducing, and just plain overwhelming. After hours and hours of searching, the small shred of sanity that you have left will scream at you to JUST PICK ONE ALREADY!!

    But, how?

    There will be half a dozen agencies (if not more) that look like “the right one”, but how do you figure out which is the best one? The distinction between the two is small, yet significant.

    So, where to start?

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