I had a great conversation with a transitioning veteran today who was eager to dive into development. He was disappointed because he was applying for junior front-end developer jobs throughout the region but walked away feeling unqualified and defeated. I encouraged him that the issue wasn’t his qualifications, the issue was confusion within our industry. For the last two decades, I’ve sat on all sides of the online marketing wall – including consulting on and
Modern marketing is all about the customer. In order to succeed in a customer-centric market, companies must focus on the experience; they must empathize with and listen to customer feedback to continually improve the experiences they create and deliver. Companies that embrace human insights and get qualitative feedback from their customers (and not just survey data) are able to better relate to and connect with their buyers and customers in more meaningful ways. Collecting human
The average article simply isn’t going to perform. I continue to be surprised as I check out topics of interest via search and social but when I begin to read the article, it’s just boring and uninformative. If you build out two landing pages with the same exact offer, I guarantee that one written by a talented copywriter will garner far more attention. On a side note, I still aspire to be a great writer.
According to the Word of Mouth Marketing Association reports that every day in the United States, there are approximately 2.4 billion brand-related conversations. Purchasing behavior has been socially influenced since the beginning of time. Long before social networks like Facebook and Twitter kept you in the virtual loop, your physical network was having an impact on what you bought and where you bought it from. In fact, word of mouth is the most powerful force
ClickTale has been a pioneer in the analytics industry, providing behavioral data and clear visualizations that assist ecommerce and analytics professionals to pinpoint and improve on issues with their sites. ClickTale’s new Visual Editor provides another evolution, with a code-free means of integrating events throughout your site. Just point to your event element and define the event… ClickTale does the rest. With Visual Editor, Clicktale is one of the first companies to provide a solution within