Affiliate Advertising, Marketing Rising In Performance by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, March 24, 2020 Affiliate gross merchandise sales rose 4% in the first half of March compared with the prior year, despite uncertainty prompted by the COVID-19 outbreak. Most categories have seen an increase, with the exception of the accessories and jewelry and travel sectors. The … Continue reading Affiliate Advertising, Marketing Rising In Performance
Paul Morris — March 21, 2020 Measuring the performance of your SEO strategies should not be confined to how well you rank on the search engine results pages (SERPs). Ranking on page one might bring you traffic, but it doesn’t mean those people are exploring the rest of your site or even enquiring about your … Continue reading Metrics that Matter: How to Measure SEO Performance
Laura Patterson — March 16, 2020 Most of the companies we’ve worked in or have had the privilege of serving face fairly stiff competitors. Competition is a fact of life, whether it’s one team or individuals pitted against another on the playing field, or students competing for scholarships for academic studies, nonprofits fighting for donations, … Continue reading How Your Competitors Can Help You Improve Your Performance
Meredith Wholley — March 12, 2020 With annual performance reviews wrapped up and Quarter 1 well underway, it is time to look ahead at the year and capitalize on opportunities for professional development. Performance discussions open the conversation between leaders and employees, but continual conversations are how real changes are implemented in real-time. What is … Continue reading Annual Performance Discussions Are Over. Now What?
Billy Farroll — February 24, 2020 Performance UX (PUX) is an ongoing system of design improvements that increase conversion rates and other KPIs. Instead of running isolated CRO campaigns, our PUX service continues to optimise your website and digital products for the long-term by improving usability, removing conversion barriers and increasing incentive. In an environment … Continue reading Performance UX: The Key to Increasing Conversions
The 2019 holiday shopping season proved connected TV advertising’s direct response potential. Sponsored Content: SteelHouse on February 18, 2020 The dust has settled on another holiday shopping season, and now it’s time to evaluate and analyze what went right for advertisers. As usual, brands and agencies turned to the tried and true ad channels … Continue reading Post-holiday analysis: connected TV becomes performance TV
Kyle Crocco — February 13, 2020 SuperBowl winning quarterback Patrick Mahomes exemplifies performance under pressure. Not only did he win on the biggest stage in the NFL, Mahomes overcame multiple physical injuries and competitive setbacks to get there. In the end, the record books will say Kansas City was the 31-20 victor over San Francisco … Continue reading What Business Lessons Can We Learn From Patrick Mahomes’ SuperBowl Performance?
Michael Kelly — February 2, 2020 Clear Review has recently published its “UK Performance Management Report” for 2019 and it provides interesting reading for anyone looking to stay up to date on current thinking around performance management. The research is a survey of HR leaders, managers and employees which explores attitudes to and adoption of … Continue reading What Can We Learn From the 2019 UK Performance Management Report?
Veronica Krieg — January 27, 2020 Only one in four employees think that their managers deliver meaningful feedback, or that the feedback they get helps them work better. What’s worse, a slim 21% of employees think their performance is managed in a way that motivates them to do outstanding work. Contact center managers struggle to … Continue reading 5 Tactics to Pocket for Future Coaching Sessions with your Agents: Coach Using Data to Improve Employee Performance Management in your Contact Center
Klaas Geller — January 27, 2020 Team activities can be a costly venture but a worthwhile one? A lot of business owners say yes. For more than one reason. Let us start with the obvious: They build teamwork and help maintain a healthy work atmosphere. Each team goes through four major phases. (Five, if you … Continue reading Why Team Activities Can Boost the Performance of Your Company