Liveblog Archives - Page 2 of 47 - Bruce Clay, Inc. BlogMay 19, 2016
Mona Patel is the author of “Reframe: Shift the Way You Work, Innovate, and Think.” When she arrived here at Conversion Conference she was struck by the attendees, finding it amazing how much time we spend working to understand our customers. She has a background in design and UX so optimizing the user experience and meeting customers’ needs is what she thinks about.
But Patel wonders if we ever take that lens and point it inward. She wants to enable businesses so that employees feel optimized and fulfilled. Why? Employees are a big part of customer service. The way employees interact with your customers are going to affect your customer experience. Read Optimized Employee Experience has Direct Effect on UX to learn more about the relationship between user experience and employee experience, and the excuses that stand in the way of the best employee experience.
May 18, 2016
Conversion Conference chair Tim Ash has invited a panel of CRO guests to talk about the tools that they depend on. The panel is comprised of Alex Harris, Angie Schottmuller and Justin Rondeau. This session was so well rated last year that they brought it back this year. You’ll learn the recommended tools that CRO pros use in their everyday life. One tool tip can pay for the whole conference. Check it out in this Super CRO Tools Session.
You’re tuned in to Conversion Conference. Larry Kim, founder of WordStream and 2015 Search Personality of the Year, is explaining the situation. A diabolical villain has abducted our conversions and Larry is going to teach us how to bring the conversions back!
Speaker Dan McGaw, founder and CEO of EffinAmazing and former director of marketing at KISSmetrics, is a serial entrepreneur and growth hacker. If you’re just getting started with conversion optimization and find all the tools, techniques and competing priorities overwhelming, this session is for you. McGaw knows how to kick-start a conversion rate optimization program from the earliest stages, and in this step by step session he’ll show you where to start, what to test and which tools you’ll need to ensure your success. You’ll get a detailed process for setting up your analytics/tracking, identifying which optimization opportunities will give you the biggest gains, and selecting the right testing technique. What’s more, you’ll see examples of how Dan has applied these proven optimization processes in real business environments.
He’s going to get us started with CRO, including the tools you need and a plan for doing this at your organization. Who does A/B testing? Who does CRO? Who knows the difference? Read this liveblog to take your CRO to the next level.
You’re tuned in to Conversion Conference and the opening keynote by Tim Ash, founder of SiteTuners, author of Landing Page Optimization, and organizer of this conference. Tim Ash is on stage to present a brand new keynote, and a topic he is very interested in. Tim asks how many in the crowd are direct response marketers? How many are in the branding and creative side – to the latter question, not as many people raise their hands. Tim’s going to bring the DR and branding worlds together.
Right now there’s a war going on between DR and branding. Here’s his agenda:
- Introduce the combatants.
- Understand branding better.
- Bring both sides together.
April 15, 2016
Search Engine Journal hosted an exclusive event limited to 150 digital marketers. The second annual SEJ Summit featured eight industry leaders from companies including Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn and Disney.
Several key themes that emerged from the exclusive day-long event in Santa Monica:
- Think of your users as humans. You’re not an SEO optimizing for a user, but a person optimizing for another human.
- We live in a multiscreen world. You never know where someone will be interacting with your content. #ResponsiveDesign
- Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is gaining momentum and regardless of your industry you need to be ready to implement.
Read the full report!
March 4, 2016
Get our liveblog coverage of this SMX West session all about shopping campaign management and optimizations.
Kirk Williams (@PPCKirk) outlines an ideal campaign setup that relies on four essential filters: campaign priority, negative keywords, shared budget and product bids.
Purna Virji (@purnavirji) covers a Paris Hilton inspired trio of shopping campaign optimization: feed optimization, creative optimization and defensive strategy.
Susan Wenograd (@susanedub) offers her tips for controlling the fire hose that is the shopping campaign, via query mapping, negative keywords and custom labels, and evaluating mobile user performance based on distance from physical storefronts.
March 3, 2016
In SEO we focus a lot on Google, but app developers have a special need to get their app content to show up in Apple Search as well as Google.
Take a crash course on Apple Search and Universal Links, the latter of which are used to get your iOS and Android apps to show up in Google search.
In this SMX West session of Q&A for PPC lovers, questions covered include:
How do you think speech search will impact ads?
How do you find work-life balance?
How do you create space with your clients? How do you manage clients?
What tools do you use?
Video ad tips, strategies, success stories?
What is the biggest weakness in the PPC industry?
Suggestions for testing text ads?
If you can do precise audience targeting, you can have more control over who sees your ads — and get more conversions for your marketing buck! In this in-depth SMX West 2016 session, we’ll find out how to use advanced targeting techniques like remarketing lists, custom affinity lists, YouTube remarketing and more. The goal is to maximize your ad campaign ROI.
Speakers Joseph Kerschbaum, Mark Irvine and Amy Bishop give in-depth task lists and examples for marketers to follow. Dive in to learn more: Advanced Audience Targeting liveblog from SMX West