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Analytics & Quantity v. Quality

For better or worse, we live in a world full of numbers discussion.  No matter where you go, someone is chatting about exact quantities and numbers.  How many calories is that sandwich?  How many RPM’s does that car do?  How much did you earn at your first job?  How many ounces did the baby drink [...]

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Tracking your email messages saves time and money

Let’s imagine for a moment that you have gone through all the necessary steps to create and develop a successful email marketing campaign. You have spent many hours putting together a great looking, well-designed newsletter, and have obtained numerous email addresses from your customers through your web site’s Sign-up form. You have even created an [...]

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A small business wrestling with software

I hate my computer today. There’s this new analytics software, you see. And it’s super great, I mean, way better than the Google Analytics that we’ve been using. Well, I should say that it’s super-great on Chuck’s computer. All it does to mine is render every other program I have running useless. There’s no reasonable [...]

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Know your ”most valuable purchasers”!

A recent Nielsen/Netratings study indicates that a approximately 18% of online buyers account for almost a whopping half of total online spending. Nielsen/Netratings nicknamed this group of active and loyal buyers ‘most valuable purchasers’ or ‘MVPs’. And the takeaway is that you’ve got to know who these customers are. If you are conducting ecommerce, make [...]

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