Measuring is only half the battle. You also need judgement to determine if a metric matters. Here are some thoughts on that.
Living in San Francisco makes you very aware of your income and how far your paycheck can get you. But it’s not simply a question of the “haves” and “have nots”: even people making 6-figure salaries can find themselves living check to check if they aren’t smart about budgeting. I’ve been in San Francisco for […]
Don’t get caught up in routines. Remember what matters. Go after that. Everything else is an obstacle or a distraction.
This year has been a rough one. I held it together when Bowie left us, but Prince was part of my life for as long as I can remember. I grew up with his music and several of his songs still get regular play. I doubt if we’ll ever fully understand the influence he had […]
With it’s new Automatic Alternative Text, Facebook is giving millions of blind web users a way to engage with it’s image content. The new feature is AI driven meaning users don’t have to do anything, but keep sharing. Yet a lot more people will be able to enjoy each new pic.
Why and How your small business marketing can seize the micro moments when mobile users are looking for answers and actions, not brands.
12 questions to ask yourself and the web development company to make sure you get what you need to succeed.
A look at the elements that made Dos Equis “Most Interesting Man in the World” campaign so memorable and effective.
Be ready for Google’s next mobile-friendliness push in May. Get up to speed on Accelerated Mobile Pages and start thinking about implementation so you’re not caught flat-footed.
SMBs need to start looking at Bing if they want to keep the paid search traffic coming at a manageable cost. Bing Has a Lot Going for It Bing and Bing Ads (formerly AdCenter) used to be the platforms of last resort if you were looking for search traffic growth. But Bing has spent the […]