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Crazy Egg Website Optimization

Crazy Egg Website Optimization
Over 200,000 businesses Convert Better with Crazy Egg, The Original Heatmapping Technology A heatmap is an easy way to understand what users want, care about and do on your site by visually representing their clicks - which are the strongest indicators of visitor motivation and desire. A Crazy Egg heatmap lets you collect more than 88% of the data you would using a traditional eye-tracking process. At a fraction of the price. With no hardware. Almost no IT involvement.

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You Can Incentivize Google Plus Reviews…Just Not in the Way You’d Think It’s bad form to offer customers hard incentives to write you reviews. That includes money, products, work, massages, Starbucks cards, Chuck-E-Cheese tokens, or anything else of tangible value. On Google Plus it’s also against the rules. 7 A/B Testing Resources for Startups and Solo Developers This post originally appeared on, a world leader in managed DNS, powering the best brands on the web including Gowalla, Mashable, Twitter, Wikia and more. Follow @DynInc on Twitter. If you need a simple, inexpensive way to figure out what's going to make your website's users click on that big, red button, you've come to the right place. A/B testing is one of the easiest ways to figure out whether one specific variable of your website is working. It could be a button color, a bit of web copy, an image — something extremely finite that may (or may not) have a measurable impact on desired actions, be they conversions or a simple click-through. In an A/B test, the variable changes as users visit the page; user actions are recorded and analyzed; and the developer (or startup) is able to take action based on the results.

Network Theory (Part 19) joint with Jacob Biamonte It’s time to resume the network theory series! We’re writing a little book based on some of these posts, so we want to finish up our discussion of stochastic Petri nets and chemical reaction networks. But it’s been a long time, so we’ll assume you forgot everything we’ve said before, and make this post as self-contained as possible. The 5 Minute Guide To Cheap Startup Advertising The following is a guest post by Rob Walling. Rob Walling has been an entrepreneur for most of his life and is author of the book Start Small, Stay Small: A Developer's Guide to Launching a Startup. He also authors the top 20 startup blog Software By Rob, that's read by tens of thousands of startup entrepreneurs every month and he owns the leading ASP.NET invoicing software on the market in addition to a handful of profitable web properties. Imagine that you've just completed version 1 of your product and you're preparing for launch. You’ve greased the wheels with a few bloggers, targeted some keywords with SEO, created a bit of linkbait, and scheduled the press release to launch in the morning.

Offermatica Offermatica Corporation develops and markets a Website content testing and performance optimization platform. The company develops software to test, measure, and optimize Internet marketing and advertising campaigns. It provides multivariate promotion testing, form and landing page optimization solutions for online advertisements, onsite merchandising, electronic mail campaigns, and pay-per-click listings. The company has strategic alliances with Coremetrics, DigitalGrit, Fathom Online, Outrider, and Bolt | Peters User Experience.

It’s unwise to incentivize positive skewed reviews Is there anything you can’t get delivered to your front door? (And yes, home renovators will attest you can even get a front door delivered to your front door.) The burgeoning subscription model can offer convenience to customers, but only if companies honor established consumer protection principles. The FTC’s proposed settlement with snack seller UrthBox, Inc., serves as a compliance reminder to industry members about consumer reviews and the Restore Online Shoppers’ Confidence Act. San Francisco-based UrthBox delivers goody packages once a month to snack-hankering consumers. Consumers could sign up for one-, three-, or six- month subscriptions at a monthly cost of between about $20 and $200, depending on the size of the box.

Localytics Adds Features To Complete The Picture For Mobile App Developers And Marketers Boston-based Localytics is fleshing out its mobile app analytics and marketing platform in a major way today with a variety of new features to help not just with customer acquisition, but also with monitoring and maintaining customer relationships over the lifetime of an app. The three big new areas Localytics now addresses with its platform are Lifetime Value Tracking, Customer Acquisition Management and Real-Time Funnel Management, all of which serve to help determine long-term engagement value. Localytics is introducing these new features based on the theory that most marketers spend all their time and money on the front end of the sales cycle, getting people to download the app, and then aren’t really concerned about whether that person will become a quality user over the long term. This isn’t just good for companies, Localytics argues, but ultimately benefits the consumer, too, since it enables developers to create a better app experience that’s more likely to meet a user’s needs.

3D printed FOBO bipedal walking robot and Spool bot Jul.18, 2012 FOBO is the fourth prototype from Project Biped by Jonathan Dowdall. It is a 3D printed self-contained bipedal robot and can walk balanced without falling over if it stops. It has 8 DOF (degrees of freedom) and uses an Arduino Uno microcontroller to actuate 8 servo motors. It can detect obstacles using its ultrasonic range sensor. Once there is an obstacle FOBO turns until the path is clear, then continues on its way. What’s the best mobile ad network for you? 10 more important questions than: what’s the biggest? Submitted by Editors Desk on 7 December, 2009 - 12:35. Since when did biggest mean best? Do you buy a car because it is the biggest? Do you buy a car because it is made by the largest car manufacturer? SaaS integrated email marketing solution Lyris' HQ is built on our highly-scalable and flexible cloud architecture that delivers a high degree of effective email marketing with excellence in performance, reliability and uptime. Additionally, the Lyris technology stack is architected to harness the value of big data for marketing success. With Lyris HQ, users will find the single user interface, tabbed UI, parallel campaign and message development, all sophisticated features useful in helping them develop key messaging that will resonate with subscribers across many of the digital touch points along the customer’s buying journey. Lyris HQ’s email online marketing technology will help you build and develop your next email campaign by giving you complete insight into your subscriber’s behavior and fully integrate with your existing CRM or data management software.

The Case Against Incentivized Reviews Research shows that 95 percent of shoppers read online reviews before they make a purchase, which might convince marketers and business owners alike to use incentivized reviews to boost their business’s online reputation. However, incentivized reviews are a controversial gray area. Some brands leverage them to increase their exposure and reputation, but doing so puts them in serious legal trouble for violating rules and they could face potentially massive financial penalties.

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