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Google Optimize 360 vs. Optimizely: A Testing Royal Rumble

Google Optimize 360 vs. Optimizely: A Testing Royal Rumble

Google’s latest testing technology was built to rival its main competitors. Optimize 360 gives your business the opportunity to move away from the one-size-fits-all approach and instead leverage your key findings from Analytics 360 to customize your website for your various audience segments.

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June 29, 2016

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How to Integrate Adobe Test&Target with SiteCatalyst & Google Analytics

How to Integrate Adobe Test&Target with SiteCatalyst & Google Analytics

Adobe Test&Target is a robust website optimization tool. The Test&Target product allows you to design tests and create audience segments to target content. Test & Target provides its own reporting interface to analyze the results of a test. This is great, but you might want to analyze the performance of a test in your web analytics tool. When you have the test variation/identification data in your web analytics tool, your analysis is more flexible and less dependent on the limited data set contained in Test&Target. Read on to learn how to integrate Test&Target with both Adobe SiteCatalyst and Google Analytics.

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August 7, 2012

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Is Your Site Speed Optimized?

As pointed out on Google’s Research Blog, speed matters. Google ran a test on their search results to determine how page loading time affects user satisfaction. In Google’s experiment, they injected a delay of only 100 to 400 milliseconds. The decline in the number of searches is certainly measurable. While none of us have the […]

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June 24, 2009

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More Google Analytics Updates

Google Analytics adds custom reports and advanced segmentation These new features are in Beta, but should show up now when you log into Analytics. Advanced segmentation allows you to easily separate your traffic streams and then view these separations graphically. You can use existing segments or create new ones. Custom reports are where the fun […]

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November 10, 2008

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Take your SEO to the next level with these tips and tricks!

Let’s say you’re a rookie in the field of search engine optimization, and you’ve just recently gotten the hang of how good fundamental SEO practices work. Let’s also say you’ve recoded your company’s new website in order to implement these best practices. So far you have removed all image-based page and section titles and replaced […]

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October 17, 2008

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Start Testing! Google Website Optimizer Works

Want to make web design and development decisions easier? Then start testing! In a recent test, we utilized Google Website Optimizer to see if we could improve the conversion of a key goal (requesting a catalog) on an ecommerce web site. We identified what we believed to be the obstacles on the the current request […]

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September 24, 2008

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SEO Tip: Why Use Squidoo?

Unless you have been purposefully shunning the online social media movement over the past few years, by now you might have heard of a nifty website called Squidoo.Squidoo is essentially a wiki website functioning on Seth Godin’s credo that “Everyone’s an expert on something!” By that standard, anyone who is passionate enough about a subject, […]

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September 23, 2008

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Usability is in the Eye of the Beholder

Last month I attended the Search Engine Strategies conference in San Jose. I was there to pick up on the latest and greatest ground-breaking techniques used for UI, SEO, SEM, SMO, and other various acronyms of internet marketing importance. I attended several classes, teaching me everything from why on Earth Twitter just might be remotely […]

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September 12, 2008

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The Importance of Web Site Content in a Redesign

Looking at a redesign of your web site entails not only the look and feel of the site, but, to be done right, should include your content as well. Many businesses fail to take into account how much time needs to be devoted to writing content for their web site. Because running your business is […]

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May 23, 2008

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3 months = $450,000

How to evaluate what you lose by doing nothing!One of the items we’ve been discussing with new clients a lot lately is estimating their “lost opportunity” with their current sites. If you are considering redesigning your site one of the important factors in your decision making should be what the cost to your company is […]

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April 9, 2008

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