Dwight Hill November 3, 2020 For every business, creating a steady stream of leads is an essential — but tricky — component to generating revenue. Mastering how to generate leads for technology projects can be even more difficult because the dense competition in technology industries gives potential customers more than enough options to overlook your … Continue reading How to Generate Leads For Technology Projects and Score More Clients
Steven Tulman — December 23, 2019 Follow @StevenTulman Fix Your Credit – CloverMortgage.ca If you have made credit mistakes or have encountered financial hardships in the past and your credit score suffered as a result, you will likely have a difficult time to qualify for credit products and loans such as a mortgage, car lease, … Continue reading 8 Simple Steps to Improving Your Credit Score
Steven Tulman — December 17, 2019 Follow @StevenTulman How is Your Credit Score Calculated? When applying for credit, your credit score is one of the most important factors that will help determine if you can qualify for credit and what kind of interest rate and terms you will be offered. If you have an excellent … Continue reading How is Your Credit Score Calculated?
Pam Aungst — June 28, 2019 Follow @PamAnnMarketing — June 28, 2019 Sadly, our job as SEO consultants means that we often play the role of policing web developers, catching them in the act of doing potentially harmful things to their and our client sites. We’ve caught devs doing every stupid thing under the sun, … Continue reading Is Your Web Developer Spoofing Your PageSpeed Insights Score?
Asian Americans Score Highest In Web Usage by Gavin O’Malley @mp_gavin, May 10, 2019 Even more than most U.S. consumers, Asian-Americans are devoted to their digital devices. That’s according to a new report from Nielsen, which found the reach of Web-connected devices is 22% higher among Asian Americans, relative to the broader U.S. population. Among … Continue reading Asian Americans Score Highest In Web Usage
Charly Mostert — September 16, 2018 — September 16, 2018 Why am I spending so much on this keyword? Why aren’t all these clicks resulting in any conversions? Why are my ads barely showing and ranking poorly? If you often ask these questions when you check the performance of your Google AdWords—now Google Ads—you might … Continue reading What is an AdWords Quality Score, and How Do I Improve Mine?
John Burcham — August 29, 2018 Follow @EZShield — August 29, 2018 What is business credit? When’s the last time you checked your business credit score? If you’ve never checked it before, you’re not alone – nearly half of small business owners don’t even know they have one. Like personal credit, business credit is used … Continue reading My Business Has a Credit Score?
Ellen Williams — August 9, 2018 — August 9, 2018 MaritzCX clients often ask us “why are our scores on the same question different between these two studies?” We commonly find that mode effects explain the differences, however there are other aspects of research that may be at play, two of which we discuss below: … Continue reading Score Differences Between Studies
Measuring reach for local events and nonprofits can be challenging. Columnist Megan Hannay dives into metrics such as social media following and event attendees to get a better grasp of the whole picture. Megan Hannay on January 24, 2018 Local events and nonprofits are a fragmented channel. Each metro area has its own fingerprint, which … Continue reading Reach score: A suggested standard for local marketing
Kim Spencer — January 18, 2018 Follow @https://twitter.com/kimberspencer13 — January 18, 2018 Google recently added new columns to their AdWords platform, all related to historical AdWords Quality Score data. These columns help AdWords account managers get the biggest bang for their buck by improving Quality Scores in key areas. Not sure how to make sense … Continue reading How to Improve Your AdWords Quality Score