Karl Sakas — June 14, 2019 Follow @KarlSakas — June 14, 2019 Fixing “profit leaks” in client delivery? Good data requires good time-tracking categories. Time tracking—even temporarily—can help you plug Client Delivery “profit leaks” at your agency. But good troubleshooting requires good data. Solution? Use my four baseline time-tracking categories—Billable, Business-Building, Professional Development, and Admin. … Continue reading Increase Your Client Profitability: Why Good Decisions Require the Right Time-Tracking Categories
Users will be able to tell Google Assistant to pay their bills, book a ride, order food and more. George Nguyen on May 7, 2019 App Actions, first previewed at last year’s Google I/O, is expanding with built-in intents for four new App Action categories: health and fitness, finance and banking, food ordering and ridesharing. … Continue reading App Actions expands with four new categories
By the end of May, the Excluded Category options for Audience Network, Instant Article and in-stream video ads will be replaced with the new Inventory Filters, giving marketers streamlined control over content associated with their ads. Amy Gesenhues on April 11, 2019 Facebook rolled out new brand safety inventory filters for Audience Network, Instant Articles … Continue reading Facebook to replace Exclude Categories with new brand safety ad filters
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Hana LaRock — April 17, 2017 — April 17, 2017 Email marketing is still a great way to bring in leads and keep your customers on board. Though there certainly are other ways to reach out to your customers, such as content creation or social media, there’s no question that people still spend a lot … Continue reading Do Your Emails Fall Under One of These 4 Categories?
by Sahail Ashraf April 14, 2016 Follow @TalcontentApril 14, 2016 It’s kind of become something of a craze, and it’s paying off for brands massively. Using content topics that are not necessarily ‘yours’ can make a huge difference in traffic and reach. Basically, it means blogging, tweeting and updating about stuff that people wouldn’t necessarily … Continue reading A Guide To Killer Social Media Content Categories
by Mari Kane March 6, 2016 Follow @blogsitestudioMarch 6, 2016 For new WordPress users, one of the most confusing blogging actions is working with Categories and Tags. Heck, using Categories and Tags can be confusing for old timers like me. The purpose of Categories and Tags is to corral posts, so readers can find related … Continue reading How Categories and Tags are the Cowboys of Your Posts
Vishnu SupreetAugust 3, 2015 Generally, a large percentage of successful websites are multi-author sites. This is true because you need more than one author to create content to satiate a hungry readership. Also, because writers tend to specialize in one or at best a few niches, it is a good idea to have different … Continue reading How Do You Restrict An Author To Just One or Two Categories On WordPress?
Linda DessauMay 7, 2015 Your business blog categories are a vital part of your content marketing strategy. When someone visits your website and finds your list of blog categories displayed in the sidebar, they get an instant snapshot of the range of your expertise, and how you can help your customers. Your blog categories are … Continue reading How To Choose The Best Business Blog Categories