Google Optimize: A Step Beyond Old A/B Testing

How is Google Optimize better as compared to earlier A/B testing done in Google Analytics?

Last year, Google Optimize was released in beta. Marketers and optimizers around the world awaited a chance for the newest suite of tools to become widely available. Now that Optimize (and its not-free bigger brother Optimize 360) are out of beta, businesses want to know if Optimize is right for them. The question for many is, how is the Optimize system better than the A/B testing we’ve done to this point?

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Digital Marketing: 5 Focus Areas

With the fast expansion of technology within the marketing sector, there is no shortage of ideas to help grow and expand your business. However, it is definitely overwhelming trying to keep track of the newest trends and development in the digital marketing sphere. With that in mind, we have looked at the key trends that you should be keeping an eye on.

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12 A/B Split Testing Mistakes Businesses Make All The Time

Whether you’re updating your web presence or wondering whether it might be time to do an update, A/B split testing can provide valuable insight into how your customers really feel. When done properly, A/B split testing drives critical business decisions. Today, we’re going to look at 12 A/B Split Testing Mistakes Businesses Make All The Time and how to avoid making those mistakes.

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Stay Clear Of The Marketing Automation Mistakes Most Marketers Make

Marketing is of the utmost importance to your business. If you don’t take the time to market appropriately, you are virtually invisible to your customers – and this is going to impact your revenue, your bottom line, and your overall ability to stay in business. As a marketer, you need to learn the best way to handle marketing automation and not make the mistakes that so many people do.

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Long is in. Short is out. Now is the time to switch over to expanded text ads.

Are you still stuck with standard text ads?

Well, you can’t be, going forward.

Search and digital ad giant Google has rolled out its new ad format called the ETA (Extended Text Ads) that now becomes the default norm. Although the search engine results pages (SERPs) will continue to display a mix of both these types of ads, Google is soon going to do away with the standard text ads.

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