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Responsive Web Design: What It Is and How To Use It - Smashing Magazine Advertisement Almost every new client these days wants a mobile version of their website. It’s practically essential after all: one design for the BlackBerry, another for the iPhone, the iPad, netbook, Kindle — and all screen resolutions must be compatible, too. In the next five years, we’ll likely need to design for a number of additional inventions. QR Code Tracking Pricing Packages Pricing and Packages Test drive the system for free. We do not make you sign up to complex forms to view whats underneath the hood. Simply login using your Facebook or Twitter profile to get an account and see what we are all about. Its 100% Free.

When can I stop?: 4 Predictions on the Future of the Web and Analytics - a blog by Alec Cochrane Well it is this time of year that the world and his son comes out and does some predictions on the next couple of years, so I who am I to buck the trend? Admittedly I am going to look stupid when someone comes and has a look at this post in a couple of years time (or will they?), as everyone who ever makes predictions has ever done. iQ Blog - a blog about usability, accessibility and user-centred design We’re a small country. And Ireland probably isn’t the first place that jumps to mind when you think about international creativity hubs. That’s why OFFSET, the annual creative industry festival held in Dublin’s Docklands, is all the more remarkable.

I love split testing – Visual Website Optimizer Blog Posted in Case Studies on April 7th, 2014 Company Bizztravel Wintersport, is a part of Bizz Travel Group, a leading online company in the Dutch travel industry. They create their own products and sell them directly to consumers through their websites. Bizztravel Wintersport particularly specializes in skiing holiday packages in the Alps. Test Information Company: Bizztravel Category: Travel Increase: 21.34% Goal: Visits to Thank you page Background Analysis of Google Analytics statistics showed that: Site search is used most often to search for ski village names (e.g. [...] 67 Percent of Online Shoppers Will Leave a Website Due to Slow Performance, New Harris Poll Reveals—Consumers Will Quickly Go To a Competitor When Experiencing Site Glitches August 14, 2013 67 Percent of Online Shoppers Will Leave a Website Due to Slow Performance, New Harris Poll Reveals—Consumers Will Quickly Go To a Competitor When Experiencing Site Glitches Riverbed Technology, an application performance company, recently announced the results of one of the most extensive surveys to date on website performance and mobile shopping. According to the Riverbed-sponsored Harris Poll, once online, shoppers consult three websites on average before making a purchase and poor website performance causes the shopper to go to a competitor. A majority of U.S. adults (68 percent) expect to shop online for gifts this upcoming holiday season.

Omniture Industry Insights Adobe 36Shares / Monica Lay / 2 hours ago Advertising [Continue Reading...] Usability articles and resources Browse by topic Browse by category Latest article Back of the Napkyn: A Web Analytics Blog Google paid search (not provided) keywords and analytics By Colin Temple April 10, 2014 In the name of user security and privacy, Google yesterday announced that it will no longer supply information about the keyword to websites receiving ad clicks when the user searches from Google using a secure (HTTPS) connection. From an analytics perspective, that means that the “(not provided)” issue with keywords will now apply to paid search data in addition to organic search, where it already exists. What this means for you as an analyst or marketer varies depending on what tools you use to collect and view data.

Nine great examples of web form design Filling in forms online can be a pain, but good design can make a lot of difference to the user experience. To coincide with our new Marketer’s Guide to Form Optimisation, produced in association with Fospha, I’ve collated some examples of great form design, or aspects of forms that are worth learning from. Schuh: easy address entry Web Analytics & E-commerce (En) The Digital Analytics Hub continues the successful format of XChange Europe (pioneered by Semphonic's XChange Europe that was produced by Semphonic, AEP Convert and Rising Media in 2012 and 2013) on June 2-4, 2013 in Berlin. Matthias Bettag, one of the organizers, shares some insights about this new event below. Summaries of previous XChange Europe events may be found on my blog here: 2012 and 2013. Nicolas Malo: Hello Matthias, could you please start by explaining the concept of the Digital Analytics Hub event? Matthias Bettag : The DA Hub is a peer-to-peer conversational conference designed for enterprise analytics managers, optimisation professionals and data practitioners.

Home Chris Copeland | Getting Mobile Right Apr 11, 2014 - As we move on from the Year of Mobile to the Age of Mobile, marketers and brands must design for consumer utility and distraction, as the majority of mobile time is spent in an app. Tessa Wegert | Juice Analytics Much of what makes a great product manager is empathy and a desire to serve others. Tulsi demonstrates these qualities better than most I’ve come across. As you will see below, her passion for design as part of product management is only surpassed by that for her customers, products and causes. Oh, and there is usually much laughter involved. Enjoy and feel free to reach out to her at Even after years of product management experience at several companies, I still get frustrated when folks frequently say “So, you are a Project Manager”.

Jonathan Mendez's Blog Something has been happening on the Google SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages). It is the very thing that the FTC just closed the case on. It is the delivery on the promise that Larry and Sergey made from the beginning. That Google would organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible.

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