Return On Ad Spend (ROAS) is a commonly used measure to track advertising campaign performance. In this article Rod Jacka provides a definition for ROAS, a few common problems with it, and a solution to measure campaign profit.
Rod Jacka -
There is a rising awareness across the search and SEM industry, still more in literature than in practice, about the value of site search logs, about the knowledge of consumer needs and behavior enclosed within, and that this could be a mean for increasing web sites' ROI. In this article the authors discuss the solutions proposed by a research project funded by the European Commission.
Online Behavior -
A persona is a group of visitors that visit a website, that share a common objective, purpose or background which make them distinct from another group of visitors. Learn how to use this technique to provide a better experience to your visitors.
Oliver Walker -
With the evolution from “Web Analytics” to “Digital Intelligence”, there is no doubt digital analysts should gradually shift from website-centricity and channel specific tactics – as experts as we are - to a more strategic, business oriented and (Big) Data expertise. Learn more about Big Data and which areas you should focus on.
Stephane Hamel -
There’s no avoiding it, the growth of mobile is not slowing down. In this article you will learn techniques to improve your mobile customers using Analytics. Basically, create a great user experience for them by providing the information they want easily.
Jackson Lo -
In this article, Daniel Waisberg starts by describing the structure of accounts on Google Analytics and then dives into the Top 3 mistakes when it comes to settings and configurations on Google Analytics. He then proceeds to describe four techniques that will help analysts and marketers to improve their data accuracy.
Daniel Waisberg -
This article demonstrates a simple technique that can be used in Google Analytics to identify opportunities to improve sales, by showing the right product to the right person at the right time. Rod Jacka examines how we can use the keywords from the non-brand search visitor to identify opportunities to improve sales.
Rod Jacka -
In this post I go over the new Google Analytics Content Experiments, a tool that can be used to create A/B tests from inside Google Analytics. This tool has several advantages over the old Google Website Optimizer, especially if you are just starting the website testing journey. Content Experiments provide a quick way to test your main pages (landing pages, homepages, category pages) and it requires very few code implementations.
Daniel Waisberg -
Over the last year or two, I’ve heard quite a bit of discussion spiked with a bit of outrage about two things: copyright policies and privacy policies on websites. While both of these are usually wrapped up in extensive and exhausting legal walls of text known as End-User Licensing Agreements (EULA), Terms of Service (ToS), or by some other wonderfully dry name, it is possible to write them with the user in mind.
Jordan Louis -
Mobile devices are rapidly displacing the desktop as the primary means to access the web and interact with the world at large. There has never been a more crucial time for retailers to invest in their mobile channels, as the mobile experience has now become far more critical than the desktop experience. But how do you measure success?
Bill Loller -