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  1. How to Avoid Mobile Ranking Pitfalls by Assessing Mobile Engagement

    For example, the Chrome browser has a very comprehensive set of device emulators (Google search chrome device emulator) and WebPageTest.org has some great mobile emulator options. Alternatively, rather than detect the width of the user's screen...

  2. How BuzzFeed Piggybacked on Mobile & Social to Quickly Build a Massive Audience

    BuzzFeed's Mobile Usage Happens Primarily via Browser vs. Specifically, 58 percent of mobile time spent on BuzzFeed comes via mobile web vs.percent on apps, in stark contrast to the 84 percent/16 percent app vs.mobile web split seen across the web...

  3. How Personalizing Websites With Dynamic Content Increases Engagement

    Browser Mobile Device Here's how you would target site content to mobile phone visitors: Updating your site with new content isn't enough to successfully drive web sales. You have to create dynamic web experiences that quickly encourage customers...

  4. Why Content Marketing is a Definitive Method for Success in 2014

    How many people out there search for things via their mobile browser, specifically when on the go? Mobile is a Go! Creating content that is effective on a mobile device can absolutely increase your chances of success overall; by being represented...

  5. Organic Search Noticeably Absent From Google Analytics 2013 Summit

    Tracking has evolved from dropping cookies for browser-side session tracking, Google is moving to server-side. Doing so enables Google Analytics to provide multi-device tracking – demonstrating whether the visitor that came via PC also visited by...