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A/B Testing Removes the Guesswork

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One of the most useful applications of measuring analytics online is the ability to iterate – or change – your site’s design, structure and content in ways that lead directly to your goals. If you want your customers to complete an action (buy a product, fill out a form, request more information) then you ignore… Read more >>

Content Marketing for Broadcasters

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This morning I was pleased to present at the annual Arkansas Broadcasters Association conference. My topic this year was “Content Marketing for Broadcasters.” Content marketing is a trend that we’ve talked about with brands and encouraged brands to act as publishers. But what about publishers that should start acting more like brands? The content that… Read more >>

Playing with Warren Buffet’s Money: How Quicken Loans and Yahoo! Stacked the Odds in Their Favor

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I have kids. Two cars. A house. I have all of Jay-Z’s 99 problems, plus a really old lawnmower that could croak at any moment. I could use $1,000,000,000. So when Warren Buffet offers me a chance at a billion banana skins, I take it seriously. Unless you live in outer space, you’ve likely heard… Read more >>

Live and On the Web: The Benefits and Perils of Live Tweeting

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Over 5.6 million people posted 25.3 million Tweets during the Super Bowl, making it the world’s biggest Super Bowl party. Did your brand attend? Many did. And the results were mixed. Too often, brands enter the live-Tweet arena like that guy passing out business cards at the party. Nobody likes that guy. Before your brand… Read more >>