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Your mobile marketing strategy has to be more than a rehash of your desktop efforts. If you’d like to tap into to this massive market, here are some tips that will help you get started!
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Google Website Optimizer will no longer be available after August 1st. In its place will be Content Experiments, a new section within Google Analytics. Being integrated with GA means that the tool is much more dumbed down (and it is), but it also means that A/B testing has just become ~70% more accessible to the world… and that is sweet.
The best way to increase website conversion rates is to figure out how to reduce visitor bounces and abandons. While this may seem like a tricky equation to solve, following a few basic steps can help improve your online ROI right away.