Metrics

The best merchant account companies for internet marketing other than Paypal and Worldpay

Internet merchant accounts are an account certified by a commercial bank allowing a vending company to acknowledge a credit or debit card order from a consumer and the cash is deposited into the company’s depository account. Although the two largest merchant account vendors are Paypal (paypal.com) and Worldpay (worldpay.com), your clients may not be able to pay you through…

4 Things Web Analytics Can Teach You – What Your Traffic’s Telling You

Brick-and-mortar stores often change displays, move goods around, and put impulse items beside checkouts. The reason behind these changes is they’re analyzing customer traffic and studying behavioral patterns to understand how consumers shop. As an online retailer, you need to study your customer traffic as well in order to increase sales.

Listen: Your Customers Are Talking

There are a number of web traffic analytics companies, such as http://OneStat.com and http://Stat…

“Seven Secrets of Internet Millionaires”

The external and internal secrets of Internet millionaires are explored. Find out what the Internet millionaires know that has made them so successful.

Web Analytics for Beginners – 12 Steps To Use Web Analytics to Improve Your Online Business (in making data-driven decisions)

by P. Clint Rogers, Ph.D.

There has been a saying in marketing for decades that “Half of marketing works, you just don’t know what half”.

The beautiful thing about web analytics is that it allows you to have more precise data and metrics which give insights into what is working and what is not with marketing and conversion on your website.

For beginners, it can be a bit overwhelming – but once you start making data driven decisions using web analytics, it is hard to imagine life any other way.

Steps to Management Success – Step 112: What Gets Measured, Gets Managed

STEP ONE HUNDRED TWELVE

What Gets Measured, Gets Managed

If you want to make sure that certain things get done, make sure that you have some way to measure and monitor them. Simply knowing that someone is keeping score can be a powerful incentive for those involved to measure up—and for your business to stay on track.

Steps to Management Success – Step 91: Don’t Lose Site of the Horizon

STEP NINETY-ONE

Don’t Lose Site of the Horizon

Meetings, decisions, things to do—there is no shortage of demands on your time. And many of them may well have the virtue of being urgent, thus requiring your immediate attention—but you don’t always want to have your nose so closely to the grindstone.

Steps to Management Success – Step 87: Baby Steps Still Move You Forward

STEP EIGHTY-SEVEN

Baby Steps Still Move You Forward

If you’re calling on fifteen customers in a week, can you call on one more? If you’re manufacturing 300 widgets per day, can you make 10 more? Before you leave at the end of the day, can you cross off one more thing on your to-do list?

Steps to Management Success – Step 31: Translate Numbers to English

STEP THIRTY-ONE

Translate Numbers to English

Learn to understand what the numbers mean—and what problems or opportunities they suggest. Companies are in business to make money—and the financial reports are the way that everyone keeps score.

Steps to Management Success – Step 16: Let Your Customers Show You How to Use Your Product

STEP SIXTEEN

Let Your Customers Show You How to Use Your Product

Your customers are telling you things every day, not necessarily by what they say, but by what they do—what they buy, what they ask, what they complain about, et cetera.


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