Marketers find or are shown tons of numbers that we use to help guide us in decisions. Sometimes making decisions based on those decisions can be really difficult, but sometimes not. In certain circumstances, the numbers give us so much insight that the right answer seems obvious.
Last week, we shared some of our favorite online marketing blogs with you, and you seemed to really like it. The problem was, we were sharing our favorite blogs that talked about a bunch of different types of online marketing.
Stop being confused about Gmail's new inbox and do something about it. The new inbox was announced almost a month ago, and I feel like there are still a lot of users that are very, very confused.
We can all agree that Confucius knows a thing or two, right? Reading is important. It's why we had mandatory reading, even over the summer, in school. It's why we had to spend practically every last dime we had on textbooks in college.
There have been a lot of updates coming from Facebook recently, with many of them deeply affecting marketers. Unlike the past, most of these updates and announcements have been good news for marketers.
It's happened to all of us. A quick action that you think will either be harmless, or even beneficial. But oh, how wrong you were. You had no idea the consequences would be this bad, and regret your decision.