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Data-Driven Marketing: Perfect Your Marketing Strategy with Site Analytics

My colleague Lisa King and I will be speaking to the monthly meeting of DC Web Women tonight on a topic we think is especially important to marketers — using data derived from analytics to find actionable insights for marketing strategy. (Can you tell we are faithful readers of Avinash Kaushik? In fact, we’ll be giving away his book as a door prize tonight. :)) We’ll be looking at both basic stuff — how often are visitors coming? where are…

The 3 Biggest Mistakes of Failed Landing Pages — and How to Fix Them

The practice of optimizing landing pages for search engines — whether for inbound traffic from paid search ads or organic results — has long been established. So it’s always a surprise — and a good reinforcement of optimization principles — when you see a landing page fail, especially for a paid search, or SEM, campaign.

Facebook Ad Campaigns in 5 Easy Steps

Promote your business or organization’s Facebook page with a targeted ad campaign. Here’s how to get started in 5 easy steps.

Offline Sources of Online Inspiration

It may seem somewhat counterintuitive, but we often add to our interactive knowledge by turning to that centuries-old, non-interactive medium: books. Here are a few titles that are on the marketing team’s shelves. Some we’ve had for a while, and others we’ve just acquired (thanks, Amazon!). Joel Comm: “Twitter Power: How to Dominate Your Market One Tweet at a Time” (with Anthony Robbins, and Ken Burge) Shel Israel, Robert Scoble, “Naked Conversations: How Blogs Are Changing the Way Businesses Talk…

Top 5 Analytics Resolutions for 2009

Forget dieting and exercise. When it comes to analytics for your web site or online marketing campaign, it’s time to make 2009 resolutions you can really keep.

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