In my experience, the day of the week and hour of the day at which marketing emails are sent is often based on little more than the gut feeling of the email marketer and the performance of previous emails, rather than real data. As someone who could put the anal in analytics, I think that's … Continue reading How to use Google Analytics to find the best time to send emails | Econsultancy
I'll be straight up: I like Netvibes. I've used it a lot in the past because I think it's such a great solution to the problem of monitoring across the social mediascape. So it's hurting me pretty badly now that it doesn't work for me any more. That is, just me. As in, me personally. It's … Continue reading Netvibes and me just don’t get along any more
They're all ways of linking, true. They're all different words for linking on blogs, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and so on. Also true. But they all mean the same thing. And that thing is? "I find what you have to say interesting, and I'd like to know more." This probably strikes you as blindingly obvious, but … Continue reading What do subscribe, like and follow have in common?
Last time around, I posted about not having enough time to blog. I'm trying to fix this by basically making time - but it seems a good point at which to list some tools that help you get 'cool' results with as little input as possible. By this, I mean tools that use your media … Continue reading Pressed for time? Cute tools that give immediate results