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Posts written by: Sharon Black
Twitter is one of the best social listening tools available, but it can be difficult to cut through the noise and monitor just what you want to listen for. After all, an average of 6,000 tweets are posted to the network every second – translating to 500 million tweets per day. Though it takes a bit of groundwork to implement Twitter RSS feeds, once it’s done, you’ll have a system geared toward efficiency and increased productivity.
Marketing isn’t a level playing field. Big businesses can afford to employ costly, professional advertising agencies and pour hundreds and thousands of dollars into creating slick, polished and beautiful campaigns. Small businesses cannot. However, every time large companies release new campaigns, they give away some of their marketing secrets. Just by operating on a day-to-day basis, they […]
If you’ve got a good product/service and decent website traffic, but your conversion rate is low, don’t panic. It can seem daunting because a 3% conversion rate means 97% of your web traffic is leaving without buying a thing, but with some hard data and a few tweaks, you can boost your conversion rate and profits. With a structured approach toward conversion rate optimization (CRO), your business is twice as likely to see a large increase in sales.
A lot of changes have been coming at website owners in the last few years, and that is not going to change. While you were busy dodging Penguins, Pandas, and rogue hummingbirds, HTTP/2 was sneaking up on you. And now it’s here.
With more than a billion connected smart devices and machines across the world, the Internet of Things (IoT) generates an unimaginable volume of real-time data every minute. Yet, only 5% of it is currently being utilized.
The IoT is poised to cause significant disruption in the world of big data collection, and there still seems to be a lot of confusion about its purpose. Here’s a simple explanation of what IoT is and what it means for businesses and consumers.