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  1. Why Brands Should Provide Content Based on Users, Not Just Their Mobile Device

    Before making the purchase, the user probably researches different models, product specifications, and buyer reviews. Yet, is this really necessary? Does smartphone and tablet user behavior differ so much that unique content strategies have to be...

  2. Google Reveals What New & Expectant Parents Search For

    For example, online retailer Magic Beans uses Google Product Listing Ads to reach consumers shopping for baby products on their mobile phones. Most searches happen in the summer months, when most babies are born in the United States – an insight...

  3. 5 Steps to Quick Insights Using Google Analytics Solutions Gallery

    This solutions gallery contains in-product solutions (such as dashboards, custom reports and segments) to deepen your use of Google Analytics and accelerate your learning curve. Step 3: Filter Gallery Results by Popularity, Reviews, Category, or Type

  4. Nuances of Spanish Language Search Marketing

    Also, about 60 percent of product reviews are shared in face-to-face conversations as opposed to via social media like many other countries. Also to be noted is that Spaniards shop less frequently online and are more likely to use at social...

  5. 4 UX Tips That Will Improve Your Content Strategy

    What is it about our product or service that the buyer isn't confident about at this point in the process? UX reviews take into account the visual appeal of a user interface. So how do you think like a UX strategist, and how will doing so help you...

  6. SEO for Startups & New Businesses: An 11 Step Plan

    You have a great idea or product, some money to invest, eager customers, and great workers. Many companies net out in the middle – high profile executives and writers or product people are authorized, encourages, and reviewed and compensated based...

  7. Conquering Content Marketing, Step 2: The Content (and Plot) Develops

    Get your product in consumers' hands: If you're new to the market, send free samples to bloggers and influencers. If your product has been in the market for a while, give coupons to customers who review your product on Amazon or YouTube.