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The Biggest Questions in B2B and Enterprise Search

‎ ”We are a B2B company, so we don’t need to worry about organic search or SEO.” In our experience with various B2B and enterprise clients, we’ve heard this proclamation in one way or another. If and when the discussion comes to this, we typically utilize the example of the Zero Moment of Truth (ZMOT),

Understand and Boost PPC ROI in 3 Steps

Step 1: Understanding ROI of Your PPC Return (or Value) on Investment (Cost) is easy enough to understand, but applying the concept to PPC can be tricky. Before going further, you MUST have Conversion Tracking setup on your PPC. Without tracking Conversions, there is no way to measure the Return (Value) of your PPC efforts.

3 Reasons Why Nonprofits Should Utilize Social Media

Social media is an amazing communication channel. It allows for seamless connectivity in pretty much every aspect of our lives. This is true for individuals and organizations alike, and their overall objectives are largely the same: to build awareness of themselves, and to promote their message in a transparent manner. Nonprofit organizations are no exception.

Why Your Small Business Employees Should Volunteer

Volunteering Benefits Everyone Picture this: You’re in Pennsylvania in the middle of July. It’s 2 o’ clock on a Saturday afternoon, 90 degrees Fahrenheit, and you’re directing traffic with the CEO of your company and your coworkers–sounds crazy, right? Except that you’re volunteering for one of the greatest events of the year in your community,

5 Tips to Jump Start Your Mobile Analytics

Video Transcription Hi, my name’s Danny Laws. I’m the principal owner of DaBrian Marketing Group. I’m also one of the co-chairs with Philadelphia Digital Analytics Association. I want speak to you today about mobile analytics. One of the things that we’re talking about mobile analytics right now in the space is that mobile search is

A One-Two Punch Approach to Email Analytics

You might think that video, animated gifs, or infographics are email marketing’s best friends. Let’s face it, email campaigns with all that rich content are bound to get you heaps and heaps of…results. Okay, let’s stop there for a second. The thing is, email is caught between two really important areas of marketing—technology and audience.

The 5 Different Logo Types and Your Brand Identity

  Introduction In my last blog on the basics of designing a logo, we covered principles to follow when designing one of the most important identity pieces for your business. We learned that a successful logo design should be simple, yet versatile enough to be placed on a variety of different media. Visually, its design

It’s Called SOCIAL Media, People.

Since the days of yore (back when MySpace reigned supreme), social media has been used as one thing above all else: a really great time waster.  The reason social media exploded into being an integral part of our daily routines was because it entertained us. It allowed us to fill the gaps between our facetime

A Look into the Existence of an #AgencyLife Project Manager

I love the #AgencyLife hashtag on Twitter. For those who are unfamiliar, it’s mostly comprised of snarky witticisms and love (okay, and the occasional picture showing a coffee obsession bordering on unhealthy). What could be better, right? Thanks to my time here at DMG, I’ve been fully initiated into all that #AgencyLife has to offer.

Why Your Company Needs a Digital Analytics Framework

Regardless of how big or small your organization is, you’ve got data (sales, financial, customer, CRM, etc.), and you need a structure to inform how you collect or report on the data. This reason needs to be logical and ultimately impact your bottom line as well as multiple departments or individuals within a company. What