Ahead of the curve

Why Hire a Digital Agency

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As the Internet, apps, search engines and mobile devices become a bigger part of our lives with every year, reaching and engaging audiences on their digital journeys is critical.

Retailers, insurers, food and beverage providers, universities, news services, manufacturers and more are turning to digital marketing and advertising to promote their products and services. These businesses and others like them have found that connecting with prospects and customers online is the path to success.

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Attribution Models

How to Decide Which Attribution Model is Best For Your Business

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Technology has created many possible opportunities for brand interactions today, both online and offline. As such, marketers must have a deep understanding of their target audience’s habits, what their touch points are, where they fall in the decision-making cycle, and what kind of impact they have in progressing customers closer to purchase.

Providing that understanding is an attribution model. Choosing the correct attribution model for your business can provide the necessary insight to make smart business decisions based on performance.

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Actionable Insights

Analytics: Don’t Let Google Do the Thinking For You

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The biggest misconception about Google Analytics is that you can simply install it and the system will automatically give you valuable information. Google is deceptively easy to set up and the barrier to entry is low. This lures many marketers into letting Google do the thinking for them and ignoring many of the features that provide rich, actionable insights. As a result, they don’t capture the data that is most meaningful to their business – data that will give them the greatest understanding.

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Cyber Security

Cyber Security: Three Steps To Keep Every Site More Secure

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Almost every week, there’s another report of a website security breach and the theft of data, financial information, and thousands of personal records. In the past year alone some of the biggest companies in the world have been hacked. The list includes Home Depot, Ebay, JP Morgan Chase, the IRS, Uber, Staples, Target, British Airways, AOL, Adobe, Living Social, Zappos, Facebook, Sony, TJ Maxx and many more. This is in addition to Internet-wide bugs such as Heartbleed, Bash, and POODLE that weakened systems around the world.

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