[Blog Abstract] Applying psychological and art principles to web design

From time to time, team members will share their views stimulated by content from an industry thought leader. Here, our Project Manager of Web Development, Irina Boudreau, discusses the recent article by Peep Laja at ConversionXL, “8 Web Design Principles to Know in 2019”.

There’s always something new to learn when it comes to web design. New style trends, emerging typography, out-of-this-world creatives – all of it is support exciting to observe and apply. But, we must keep in mind that a website is not a piece of art. It is a marketing engine on a mission. And that mission is to help you run and grow your business.

We all want a website that converts. So we tent do focus our efforts on boosting the conversion tactics and implementing new techniques thinking that adding another button or adding an extra paragraph of SEO-pumped copy will get us to our … Continue reading

Wake Up and Pay Attention: How to capture and Keep an Audience

In a world where brands have mere seconds to capture consumers’ attention, marketers need to find innovative ways to arrest and retain their target audience’s attention. Prior to the explosion of digital media, marketers only needed to create direct mailings, magazine and television ads to boost brand awareness and engagement. Now, with so much emphasis on multi-channel storytelling, the management of attention in marketing is crucial.

As much as we wish that consumers give our brands their undivided attention, the reality is that most consumers’ attention is severely fragmented. Brands need to face this challenge head-on, cut through the noise and make a memorable impact … all within less than 60 seconds. Continue reading “Wake Up and Pay Attention: How to capture and Keep an Audience”

[Blog Abstract] Average Position – Out with the Old, In with the New

From time to time, team members will share their views stimulated by content from an industry thought leader. Here, our Project Manager, Irina Boudreau, discusses the recent article by Jess Armstrong at WordStream, “Goodbye, Average Position: Everything You Need to Know”.

It’s finally here. On September 30, 2019 Google will officially retire the Average Position metric in Google Ads and replace it with four brand new ones:

  • Top impression rate
  • Absolute Top impression rate
  • Search top impression share
  • Search absolute top impression share

Continue reading “[Blog Abstract] Average Position – Out with the Old, In with the New”

Top Ways to Positively Impact Your Digital Customer’s Experience

Regardless of niche, most marketing strategies focus on capturing and retaining the customer’s attention. However, very few ever touch upon the experience. Less than stellar customer experience is the biggest threat to any business.

Successful brands always strive to provide the best digital experience for current customers and prospects. The key to a successful marketing strategy lies in attracting and maintaining your target audience’s attention through the customer experience.

Below are the five ways you can offer a memorable digital customer experience to your clients and leads. Continue reading “Top Ways to Positively Impact Your Digital Customer’s Experience”

Email Marketing: Looking Beyond the Open Rate and Click Rate

From time to time, team members will share their views stimulated by content from an industry thought leader. Here, our Project Manager, Irina Boudreau, discusses an article by Shanelle Mullin at ConversionXL, “Email Testing: Going Beyond Open Rate and Click Rate″.

If you’re using email as one of your marketing channels, you probably have a pretty sophisticated team helping you analyze the data and test rigorously to make sure the results you achieve with your email campaign are aligned with your business goals.

No? That’s O.K. You’re not alone. Technically, you don’t need a team. But being successful at email marketing is a massive undertaking that requires lots of optimization and testing. Continue reading “Email Marketing: Looking Beyond the Open Rate and Click Rate”

Why Google Analytics 360 is Worth It

Many marketers who consider Google Analytics 360 (GA360), no matter how briefly, rule it out as an option when they see the price tag. From a brief overview of the features, GA360 offers, most can’t muscle their way past the six-figure cost.

Marketers are used to working with the free version of Google Analytics and assume that GA360 is merely an expanded version of that. However, the difference is huge. Let’s take a closer look at just how big that difference is and how GA360 can be a valuable tool in helping you reach your marketing goals. Continue reading “Why Google Analytics 360 is Worth It”