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Avoid the Creep Factor: Retargeting Ads

It would be amazing if every single customer who came across your website followed a straight path to purchase. Someone visits your site for the first time, fills out a form-fill to download an ebook, then clicks the “Yes, I would like to talk to a member of the sales team” button. Minutes later, the […]

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Move over Google, Pinterest is Coming in Hot

While we all know Google is the world’s largest search engine, we need to remember there are other ways people are searching the Internet, including social search engines like Pinterest. Pinterest–the visual discovery social channel we all love–has evolved far beyond its humble scrap-booking and recipe-sharing origins. With massive growth resulting in an ever-growing uber […]

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Do you NEED custom reports or do you WANT them?

It’s no secret that one of the great advantages to digital marketing is the ability to track and analyze dollar for dollar, just how well campaigns are working. So much so, that over the last couple of years I’m seeing a real rise in the number of marketing teams who are really, truly embracing their […]

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Getting Spreadsheety – 7 Tips for Better Market Research

I really know how to shut down a party sometimes—and not in the 3am dancing on the tables kind of way. Often, when asked what it is I do, I can cause the eyes of the polite asker to glaze over. “I design and deploy research instruments for the sake of gathering meaningful information for […]

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Set Your Targets. Hit Your Mark.

Let me just be very clear at the outset, if you haven’t set your conversion goals, your project will fail. And I’m not talking about the big, soft, fluffy goals like, “more traffic”, “more business”, and “new customers”. Frankly, those are the goals of every single site in business. If you’re building a marketing strategy […]

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Google Search Console Improves Search Queries Data

Back in October of 2013, Oneupweb Brand Manager Marta Turnbull authored a blog post detailing Google’s plan to expand “not provided” search term data and thus withhold keyword data from Google Analytics and other reporting systems. In that post, she also discussed how future improvements to Google Search Console (Formally Google Webmaster Tools) would make […]

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Reaching Your Target User: Step 1 Admitting the Truth

“I do not always realize that I am not my target user.­­” There I said it. But to cut myself some slack, I think this self-delusion also affects even the smartest and most strategically minded among us. Maybe you, too. So, what’s the issue here? Simply put, we like to fool ourselves into thinking that […]

in Web Design

Oneupweb : What the font? Some tools to get you by.

14,281. That’s the number of fonts currently available on dafont.com. With sites like dafont and fontspace, everyone has access to thousands of free fonts. So many available fonts can create problems, especially for graphic designers. Here are a few free online tools that can help you identify and sort through the abundance of fonts out […]

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Oneupweb : Twitter For The Rest of Us

Being able to keep up with Chermayeff and Geismar, Pentagram, AIGA, David Carson, and of course, Jessica Hische, all in one spot? Yes, please!

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