June 26, 2019 — Through this session, Prasad is going to share his experience on how empathy & ownership towards the project helps in successful delivery. Keeping in mind the client success as an end goal, Prasad will explain some important points one should focus on, along with the examples of how it helped him.
June 26, 2019 — Imagine a website that is getting 1000 users a day. Now imagine that about 50 of them are spending money on the site. You probably want to get more of the users that are spending money on the site but how do you know where these users are coming from? Maybe you know that all of them are coming from Twitter or Facebook but do you know which post or tweet refers the most people who actually convert to customers? Or, how do you know how many signed up to receive your lead magnet? This is where analytics comes in.
In this talk, we will discuss:
How to see where your users are coming from
What pages/posts your users most spend time on
What actions your users do on your website
What UTM codes are and how to use them
How to see exactly which links in your marketing drives the most traffic and conversions
And much more!
June 26, 2019 — This talk will provide an overview of the planning and execution of taking over an existing website. Sometimes we don’t get to start a project at the beginning. This talk will show users what to expect, and how to be prepared for it. Topics will include: Executing a safe handoff, initial housekeeping, planning for improvements, staging and deployment of changes, stakeholder management, and ongoing maintenance.
June 26, 2019 — Rather than waste money on magazine ads and coupon books, you’ve invested in a website to promote your business. I’m sure it’s a beautiful site. You might even get some traffic. Congratulations!
Is that traffic beneficial? Are your marketing efforts actually working? Is it helping grow your business?
I’d like to show you what you can do to better understand traffic to your site. I’ll explain the different ways you can measure your site. I’ll show you which are helpful, and which are distractions. In fact, we’ll start to develop a digital measurement plan for your website (and your business).
June 26, 2019 — When a website is inaccessible, it is not just an issue of compliance, it is just bad practice on display. People with disabilities ranging from blindness, deafness, dyslexia and others may navigate and consume content in different ways with assistive technology (like screen readers, captioning or joy sticks). Therefore it is not that difficult to understand why lack of accessibility negatively impacts SEO. Web accessibility is not just for developers, it is just as important for marketers to make it part of their digital marketing to ensure that opportunities for success aren’t missed.
June 26, 2019 — Does this quote resonate with you…
“Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don’t know which half.”
Given the amount of data available today, you need to know what marketing endeavors are working for your business. With this information, you will be able to focus the marketing budget toward what is working and identify where things need to be changed.
June 26, 2019 — With the explosive adoption of Smart Speakers, the primary interaction with your content will become auditory instead of visual. On the world wide web, your brand revolves around a URL, logo, tagline, color palette, font, images, etc., but when your audience is no longer seeing your content, traditional brand elements become invisible. In a voice first environment, when your audience just asks for what they want, they expect the answer to be returned verbally. In a voice first world, what does your brand look like, (I mean, sound like)? In this talk, I explore the components of a verbal brand, how to prepare for the shift from written content to verbal content, as well as the future of voice technology and how to prepare for it.
June 26, 2019 — Did you know that website structure is good for your visitors and for SEO? We’ll discuss why having a good site structure helps visitors find your content and inform search engines what your content is about. We’ll discuss the how to configure WordPress for optimal site structure, what plugins to use, and the difference between categories and tags.
Attendees will learn about the two different types of site structure, what search engines look for, and most importantly why good site structure is good for usability. We’ll dig into designing permalink structure, slugs, and breakdown taxonomies and when to use them appropriately. This session will help both developers and users understand how to best structure their websites for both visitors and search engines.
June 26, 2019 — If you’re building profitable WordPress sites for yourself or client, you can increase their value and improve user experience through A/B testing. This talk will walk you through the basic technical, statistical, and strategic concepts you’ll need to get started and close with a survey of tools you can use – including one that’s fully integrated into WordPress.
June 26, 2019 — Make sure your website is more than a brochure, make it your unfair advantage. Customers find out everything about you from your site. Making sure your site is designed to position you as the solution to your customer’s problems is a critical step in acquisition and retention. Together, we’ll define your customer’s biggest challenge and make sure your website shows why you are the answer.