Archive for July, 2012

Taking It Back To The Old School: Pay Attention To Your Meta Data

By jrosen | July 26th, 2012

Let’s be honest, we’re all trying to achieve the same goals. We all want the Google Page 1 result for our targeted keywords, the high traffic engagement levels that come from a great social media presence and the business that results from it all. The question is – how do you get there? That’s what we help our clients with, period. We customize the strategies, and execute the plans that result from them. That said, I wanted to go back to SEO basics with this blog post and talk about the old school piece of SEO – good ol’ meta data. Read More

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The Importance Of Creating Twitter Lists

By admin | July 13th, 2012

Twitter is quickly becoming a marketing must. For the non-user, create your marketing plan and do some research before jumping in. For the Twitter user that’s looking for some extras: This one’s for you… Read More
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Social Media

Google Analytics Analysis: Using Visitor Flow for Conversion Optimization

By admin | July 2nd, 2012

This post is part of an ongoing series on Google Analytics tips: What to look for. Our latest edition focuses on analyzing the visitor flow report to help you optimize your site to be more “conversion friendly.”

You’re a busy brand and/or marketer, and whether a small business, medium or enterprise-level with a lot on your marketing plate, the idea of diving down the rabbit hole that is Google Analytics is probably making your stomach turn. Read More

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User Experience

In Case Ya Didn’t Know, We Build Brands; Meet Our BX Genius

By jrosen | July 1st, 2012

What is Brand Experience? One of the newest Cabedge farmers can definitely tell you. His name is Matthew Rogers, and while we jokingly refer to our group of web-centric marketing and UX professionals as “farmers,” Matthew actually is a farmer. He grows his own vegetables in his garden and eats them. Read More

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