To offset the chances of missing those important in-game opportunities after a foul (and to offset the embarrassing taunts of the seemingly prodigal players) the coaches taught us BEEF. It’s a silly acronym that resonated deeply and helped me improve my chances of adding points for the team under the pressure of watchful eyes.
As I’ve grown, I’ve noticed how BEEF can be applied to so many areas of life, especially work and reporting calls by a marketing team. Let me tell you how.
Thanks to conversion tracking, it’s possible to pinpoint exactly what a customer does after he or she clicks on one of your website’s ads. Definitely can’t do that with billboards, huh?
You finally created a beautiful new website for your business with all the bells and whistles. Plus, your new site looks stunning on desktop and mobile formats alike. But there’s one problem. The phones aren’t ringing. You’re not getting any contact form messages. Simply put, you’re not receiving a return on your design costs. You’re
Any good love story has these elements: passion, time, and complications. My relationship with Google AdWords definitely has all three.
12 hours of reality television? Sure. 38 bags of gummies? Gimme. And 86 frozen pizzas? Get in my belly. These are unequivocal cases of where more simply is better. But when it comes to SEO, more isn’t always better.
Have you ever wondered how you’d explain your job to your great-great-great grandparents? If you’re a Senior Manager of Search and Social Advertising like, say, the Perfect Search Senior Manager of Search and Social Advertising Eric, you might have a tough time. Find out how he described his job, how he’d plan the bash of
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