I’m genuinely convinced now that this is a technological development as significant as the printing press or the internet.
I received the most elegant piece of market research the other day, and I thought the idea was worth sharing.
Rob Lennon, a commenter on generative AI, recently claimed that “ChatGPT and its competitors will upend digital marketing this year”
Although there’s an overlap, the User Experience and the User Interface are different. Both concepts are worth understanding.
Company blogs can bring in unexpected search engine visits, which mount up over the years and can often be very commercially useful ones.
We can all sleep easier at night if we do regular SEO checkups on our websites, either with a professional audit or a DIY approach.
Using ‘input bias’ in marketing is leveraging the inputs that created an outcome to influence the evaluation of that outcome.
Readers managing Google Analytics accounts might have had some slightly confusing messages about migrating to the new GA4.
I’m actually prepared to believe the claim that trust in institutions is at an all-time low. So how do we encourage trust in our brand?
a sales video, we need viewers to watch for as long as possible. How do we do that? There seem to be four major tips.
Google’s “Keyword Planner” tool lives within the Google Ads service, and gives some extremely useful data for SEO.
What happens when our website only gets half a dozen visitors a day? How do we improve our sites without lots of visitor data?
We can now specify terms against which our ads will never show, in a single place, rather than copying them to every individual campaign.
If a number of pages on a site rank for the same term, it can be useful to redirect the love for the secondary page to the primary one.
LinkedIn has a nice way to get comparative data between companies for metrics including followers (and new followers). Here’s how it works.
If a stranger on the bus asks us what our business does, and we can answer with the headline on our home page, it’s a good one.
If whatever we did in ‘Universal Analytics’ is still functioning, then the old “utm” tags should be recorded just as before in GA4
I recently wanted to re-create in GA4 some of my emailed notifications about notable increases or decreases in traffic, among other things.
If we think about our website content carefully, it’s often possible to identify some themes linking otherwise unconnected pages.