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CONTENT TYPE: Chart | TOPIC: Websites | ELEMENT: Plan
High shipping cost is the top reason consumers abandon e-commerce sites and apps without purchasing, according to recent research from Episerver.
CONTENT TYPE: Infographic | TOPIC: Websites | ELEMENT: Analyze
Google Analytics: It's everywhere, yet it's still a mystery to many marketers. Put your Google Analytics jitters to rest today with this guide to getting started and using some of the most helpful features of the tool.
Web properties owned by Google were the most visited by consumers in the United States last month, according to recent research from comScore.
CONTENT TYPE: Article | TOPIC: Websites | ELEMENT: Management
As Google shutters its Site Search, these three key questions will help you avoid a scramble to find a replacement. They'll also help you determine which technology will work best for both you and your website visitors.
CONTENT TYPE: Article | TOPIC: Websites | ELEMENT: Strategy
For your website, 2018 will be the year of legal compliance and user respect, and savvy brands can't afford to be left behind. Implementing these five techniques will get your site ready for this year—and beyond.
CONTENT TYPE: Infographic | TOPIC: Search | ELEMENT: Plan
Google can be secretive about its search algorithm updates. Check out this list of the top 11 updates of 2017 to learn about key changes and to make sure your site isn't being penalized.
CONTENT TYPE: Sponsored Article | TOPIC: Search | ELEMENT: Plan
Voice search is gaining in popularity, and your brand has just one chance to get to the top of the search results and be the featured answer. This guide explains how to do that and why you'll want to get started today.
Most consumers who use Amazon to shop visit the e-commerce platform at least once a week, according to recent research from Feedvisor.
Retailers must now meet the needs and wants of customers wherever they are—in stores, on mobile or desktop sites, in apps, and on social platforms. Here are the preferences of today's shoppers.
CONTENT TYPE: Infographic | TOPIC: Mobile | ELEMENT: Communicate
With so many ways for customers to contact businesses, it can be easy to overlook one of the oldest and most useful: the phone. Click-to-call functionality makes it easy for customers to reach you, and now technology provides for tracking and analytics as well.
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