In the previous blog posts about Remarketing, we talked about „What is Remarketing“ or "How to implement remarketing" successfully in Google AdWords. This blog post will take it a step forward and will provide five tips for successful remarketing in Google AdWords.
There are a number of Google Analytics metrics that continually cause confusion in the world of digital marketers. The five most prevalent ones are average time on site/page, users, direct traffic, the next and previous page path dimension and bounce rates. This blog post sheds some light on these and explains exactly how each one is calculated and how it should be interpreted.
In October 2016 Google Tag Manager was updated with a new container type to track AMP pages. AMP is an open source project allowing publishers and media sites to create webpages with content that loads significantly faster than regular web pages.
About 10 years ago in a small co-working space in the Zurich based Technopark, a start-up was conceived that went by the name Amazee. The internet platform empowered individuals and organizations to initiate and promote their ideas and plans in projects, to find like-minded people and raise funds.
The Google Display Network (GDN) and YouTube received a lot of criticism in the past few weeks. This was after research was published by renowned newspapers like The Times that showed that ads from famous brands appeared next to extremist, populist and pornographic content.
Whenever implementing tags via Google Tag Manager, it is of utmost importance to always test your implementations. While we all hope for testing to go smoothly and for all our tags to fire as expected, it is only a matter of time before a tag does not behave as intended.
This blog post looks at five common factors that cause tags to fire incorrectly, and possible solutions to these problems.
Accelerated Mobile Pages or AMP is an open source initiative aimed at making it easy to present static web content on mobile devices. This means that AMP pages and their content are significantly quicker to load than other pages. News, blogs and other publishing sites are key users of AMP as their focus is on delivering large amounts of content to their users.