January 20, 2016

Audienti: Your best friend in sucking up to Google

by Chris Abraham

If you have a brand site you want to turn into Google catnip, Audienti is for you. The service not only stalks all of your online profiles but helps you identify your competitors. Continue reading

Category: Business, Chris Abraham, Featured articles, Metrics, Tools
May 19, 2014

4 new ways to use social to grow your business

by Guest writer

Social media is constantly evolving, and brands are continually coming up with new ways to leverage it to connect with people and find new customers. Here are four recent trends you should consider for your business. Continue reading

October 25, 2012

11 Google Analytics tricks to use for your website

by Guest writer

How do you get insights about my Google Analytics data? Don’t just look at page views or the number of visitors they get. Here are some Google Analytics tricks that you should use for your website. Continue reading

October 3, 2012

How much traffic is your website really getting?

by JD Lasica

We’ve detected a large discrepancy in the number of visits to Socialmedia.biz and Socialbrite by WPEngine and Google Analytics. Which is accurate? Continue reading

June 28, 2012

Your social media plan needs to shut up and start listening

by Chris Abraham

I know you. You’re spending all of your social media marketing budget on promoting your brand, products, and services; that’s fine except you’ve either forgotten — or never knew — that social media is a two-way street. It is. And, something you also didn’t know: social media is two-thirds defense and monitoring — listening — and only one-third promotion and … Continue reading

March 19, 2012

4 simple steps to measuring social media success

by Deltina Hay

Most social media strategists agree that there is no one, established framework to measure social media success. However, there are tactics you can adjust and apply to any social media strategy to help create a framework that works for you.

This article can help you develop an individualized, social media measuring framework. Follow these four steps: Continue reading