If you follow the latest developments in the world of data regulation, you have likely heard of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), set to take effect on May 25, 2018.
But what is exactly is GDPR, and what does it mean for your business if you use tools like Google Analytics?
In this blog post, we’ll explore the specifics of GDPR, as well as some tips for remaining GDPR compliant.
You don’t want to miss this info!
Today, the different kinds of marketing you can adopt for your business are endless. Though many companies have turned to digital marketing, some still use traditional marketing strategies like billboards, coupons, and flyers.
With digital marketing, you can easily track the success of each campaign, since everything is done online. However, how do you track the success of more conventional marketing techniques like billboards and print ads?
Did you know that 25% of a company’s market value comes directly from its reputation?
No matter your industry or size of your company, your reputation is important, and it plays a key role in the long-term success of your organization. Since anyone can publish anything online, it’s extremely important to consistently manage your online reputation.
So what should you do if your business suddenly experiences an uptick in negative reviews, faces a social media crisis, or worse?
In this post, we’ll take a look at seven strategies your company can use to repair your online reputation.
Let’s get started!
Conducting surveys can help your company gauge customer satisfaction, gather feedback, and even measure employee satisfaction.
This used to be a tedious process, but online tools make it easy to create and send surveys within minutes. However, now that there’s a seemingly endless number of survey platforms that each claim to be the best, choosing the right survey provider for your needs can be more challenging than actually creating the surveys.
That’s why in this post, we’ve rounded up 11 of the best free online survey tools and summarized the features they offer.
You’ve probably heard the term “black hat SEO” before. But what does it mean?
Join Brooke Cooper — Internet marketing specialist at WebFX — as she discusses black hat SEO, what it means, and what it entails.
She’ll even give you hints on how you can determine if you’re working with a black hat agency!
Video: What Is Black Hat SEO?
Google Autocomplete is one of the most advanced predictors of search engine input in the world.
Autocomplete (sometimes called Autosuggest) is the Google function that shows the most commonly searched phrases based on your initial input in the Google search bar.
It looks like this:
This mainly shows Google users the most popular searches for certain terms.
So in the example above, Google’s telling us that when people start typing “search engine,” they mostly follow it with “search engines,” “search engine optimization,” and “search engine land” — in that order.
That gave us at WebFX the idea to look into something we’ve always wanted to know — what do people want to know about each state in the US?
With Google Autocomplete at the ready, we got to work.
Keep in mind: Google’s search results and Autocomplete changes with the tides, so some of these may no longer be accurate by the time you read this.