Nov
07
2014

Using Analytics Behavior Reports to Optimize Content

Using Analytics Behavior Reports to Optimize Content

For many years, the gauge for website success has been how many visitors have arrived at the site. This is not only an archaic methodology, but also falls well short of understanding the effectiveness of a website and the message it is trying to convey.

Knowing how visitors move through a website and interact with the content lets you optimize a website’s performance and, more importantly, conversions.

Do you want to know what content performs best on your website?

Have you heard of Behavior reports in Google Analytics?

If you aren’t using Google Analytics or some analytics reporting method, you are certainly missing the boat on understanding the effectiveness of your website. How Google Analytics Behavior reports let you assess the performance of your content and the actions visitors take on your website is an important tool for website development.

Google Analytics Behavior Reports

If you’re like most people we work with at PTC Computer Solutions, you will have very little experience with Google Analytics or other analytic reporting software. At PTC Computer Solutions, we ensure every one of our website clients has analytic software installed for the optimum understanding of the psychographics of website visitors. If you need help with installing, understanding, or managing your analytics, contact us for assistance. If you are comfortable with working in Google Analytics, find the Behavior section to reveal what visitors do on your website. Specifically, the reports reveal what pages visitors engage and what actions are taken during a visit to the website.

The Overview Report

The Behavior Overview Report provides information in the form of a graph showing the amount of traffic a website receives as well as additional metrics. There are some key metrics in the Behavior Overview Report to understand for improving website results. Several of these are defined here:

  • Pageviews—The total number of pages viewed. This number includes repeated views of a single page. In other words, a single person may view the same page several times and each view is counted as a pageview.
  • Unique Pageviews—The number of individual people who have viewed a specific page at least once during a visit. For example, if a single user views a page more than once during the same visit, only the original view is counted (whereas general Pageviews count each visit). The Unique Pageviews metric counts each page URL + Page Title combination.
  • Time on Page—The average amount of time users spend viewing a specific page or screen, or set of pages or screens.
  • Bounce Rate—The percentage of single-page visits or the number of visits in which people left your website from the same page they entered on. For example, if you visit a single article or page on a website and then leave, that’s counted as a bounce and is factored into the Bounce Rate.
  • % Exit—The percentage of users who exit from a page or set of pages.

Behavior Flow Report

The Behavior Flow Report provides a visual path visitors commonly take through a website—from the first page viewed through the last page visited before leaving the site. This report gives a visual guide to how long visitors stay on a website and where those visitors end up leaving. This report is important in understanding what people are interested in and whether they are being guided as anticipated in the development of the site.

Site Content Report

The Site Content Report section contains a series of reports regarding how visitors engage with pages on a website.

All Pages Report

The All Pages Report can be utilized to quickly analyze top content on the website along with the average amount of revenue each page generates. This report helps determine what content performs best on a website. The All Pages Report displays the top pages on the website based on traffic, as well the number of pageviews on each page, unique pageviews, average time on page, entrances, bounce rate, % exit and page value. Page value is the Transaction Revenue + Total Goal Value divided by Unique Pageviews for the page or set of pages.

Content Drilldown Report

The Content Drilldown Report is helpful for websites that have subfolders such as ptccomputersolutions.com/blog/ and parkerassociates.com/blog/ or something similar. This report allows you to see the top folders of content on your website and the top content within that folder. While similar to the All Pages report, this report is distinguished by the ability to see top content sections instead of just top content pages.

Landing Pages Report

The Landing Pages Report reveals the top pages visitors have entered the website. Metrics for this Landing Pages Report include Acquisition (sessions, % new sessions and new users), Behavior (bounce rate, pages per session and average session duration) and Conversions based on website goals. With this data you can determine which pages on your website are most likely to convert visitors into leads or sales.

Exit Pages Report

The Exit Pages Report shows the last page a visitor has viewed prior to exiting the site. These are important pages to look at as they tend to reveal when the visitor has become no longer interested in the content of the site. The longer they are there, the more likely they are to be interested in what is being offered. The best way to keep visitors on a site is to add more links to other pages on the website. If the pages are good exit points, then ensure that these top listed exit pages have clear subscription or contact options so visitors can be contacted or will receive emails or easily follow the business on social media.

Site Speed is Critical

Knowing how a website performs in terms of speed is of critical importance? Fortunately, the Site Speed Section has crucial reports to identify areas of the website that may be in need of optimization.

Site Speed Overview

The Site Speed Overview report displays a graph of the average load time of all pages throughout a website. The Site Speed Overview Report has a number of metrics under the Site Speed Graph. Namely, they are as follows:

  • Page Load Time—The average amount of time (in seconds) it takes for pages to load from initiation of the pageview (e.g., a visitor clicks on a page link) to load completion in the browser.
  • Redirection Time—The average amount of time (in seconds) spent in redirects before fetching a page.
  • Domain Lookup Time—The average amount of time (in seconds) spent in DNS lookup for a page.
  • Server Connection Time—The average amount of time (in seconds) spent in establishing TCP connection for a page.
  • Server Response Time—The average amount of time (in seconds) your server takes to respond to a user request, including the network time from the user’s location to your server.
  • Page Download Time—The average amount of time (in seconds) to download a page.

 With these metrics, the ability to work toward improving page load time and page download time by optimizing the content of the website should be the main objective. A few improvements for optimization include reducing the size of images, reducing the number of add-ons (widgets, plugins, etc.) used on a page, as well as many others.  Under the Site Speed metrics, you’ll see quick reports on load times based on the browser the visitor uses, the location of the visitor (country) and the page the visitor lands on.

Page Timings Report

The Page Timings Report displays how long your most-visited pages take to load compared to the overall average load time for your website. Review pages with a higher-than-average load time to see what optimization options can be explored.

Speed Suggestions Report

The Speed Suggestions Report provides detailed advice from Google on how to optimize specific pages on the website including steps for each suggestion. Depending on the number of pages on the website, it may seem impossible to fix every load time issues. It is suggested that you start with the highest-traffic pages and work your way down the list.

User Timings Report

With the User Timings Report there is a measurement of how fast specific elements on a page load and subsequently determine whether it affects the user experience. In order to utilize the User Timings Reports, custom code will be necessary on the website.

Site Search

In recent years, Google has dropped the analytics data regarding the organic keyword search. Fortunately, there is still the ability to capture some valuable keyword data using Site Search. Setting up Site Search Metrics for a website is not difficult. Use your website’s search box to perform a search on your website, and then follow the steps in Google Analytics Help to configure Site Search in your website’s Analytics profile. You will then be able to use the following reports.

Site Search Overview Report

The Site Search Overview Report displays the overall metrics for visitors who use the search box on the website. Beneath these metrics, you can view quick reports for the terms searched, categories and the pages where visitors initiated a search.

Site Usage Report

The Site Usage Report breaks down the number of visits where someone used the search box on within the website in comparison to the number of visits where the search box was not utilized. This will readily reveal whether having a search box increases or decreases factors like bounce rate, average time visiting the website as well as conversions. Metrics for the pages users land on as a result of their search include Acquisition (sessions, % new sessions and new users), Behavior (bounce rate, pages per session and average session duration) and Conversions based on website goals.

Search Terms Report

The Search Terms Report displays the keywords entered into the website’s search box. Along with the terms, there will be metrics for the total number of searches, % search exits and additional details about visits related to a search term.

Pages Report

The Pages Report displays the same metrics mentioned above for search terms, but in this case the metrics are focused on pages where searches originated.

Events

The Events section in Google Analytics provides for the ability to track specific interactions on a website, including such revealing diametric data as clicks on external links, file downloads and video plays. To use Events reporting, some customized event tracking code will be needed on the website. Once set up, you’ll be able to use the following reports.

Events Overview Report

The Events Overview Report displays a summary of visitor interactions. Values are calculated based on the event value specified in the event tracking code. Under these metrics, there are quick reports showing the number of events based on category, action and label (all of which are specified in the customized event tracking code).

Top Events Report

The Top Events Report displays the events with the most visitor interaction. For example, if you’re tracking outbound link clicks using this piece of event tracking code, then it can be seen the number of Outgoing Links from this report to reveal the specific links that visitors are clicking on when they leave the website. Tracking outbound link clicks helps reveal what resources visitors are most interested in. This information is especially helpful for those sites utilizing blogging tools such as all those sites managed by PTC Computer Solutions. For instance, if a post on content marketing is published, any links out can be added. If it’s noted that a lot of people are clicking on a particular link, it might be a good idea to follow up with a post on something involved with that link. Top Events Reporting is also valuable for businesses with online portfolios, such as web designers or bloggers. Seeing what example links people click on most would disclose the work prospects are most interested in. If a particular item is not getting clicks, either remove it or rework it to see if a different approach might work better.

Pages Report

The Pages Report is important in showing the top pages where visitors interact with the events being tracked. Recalling the previous example of a business with a portfolio, if there are several portfolio pages with outbound link tracking, it is apparent which portfolio pages not only receive traffic, but also get the most clicks.

Events Flow Report

The Events Flow Report displays the path visitors take through a website from initial arrival through interaction with an event. The default view shows event interactions from visitors in particular countries. This can be altered to show event interaction flow from landing pages and other dimensions offered in the menu.

AdSense

Many websites use Google AdSense to generate income from visitors who click on ads published by Google AdWords advertisers. In order to utilize this section, an AdSense account must be previously registered and subsequently linked to the Google Analytics account. This will allow for the use of the following reports.

AdSense Overview Report

The AdSense Overview Report displays the revenue generated from Google AdSense on the website along with additional metrics including click-through rates, revenue per thousand impressions and overall impressions.

AdSense Pages Report

The AdSense Pages Report displays the top pages on a website that generate the most AdSense revenue. Additional metrics show the number of ads clicked, click-through rates, revenue per thousand impressions and overall impressions per page.

AdSense Referrers Report

The AdSense Referrers Report displays the referring URLs driving visitors to a specific website location as well as whom it is that has clicked on an AdSense ad. If the website is a revenue generating site through ad clicks, this report helps determine what traffic sources to focus on for increased earnings.

Experiments

Experiments in Google Analytics allow you to conduct simple A/B testing to see which landing page variations perform best at meeting specific conversion goals. If you want to optimize for conversion goals such as increased subscribers, leads and sales, then Experiments can help you perfect your landing pages to convert more visitors.

In-Page Analytics

The final component of the Behavior section, In-Page Analytics, provides an excellent view of the web pages on a website along with Google Analytics data. To use this feature, it is necessitated that the Page Analytics Google Chrome extension be installed. In addition to the metrics shown at the top of the page, there are percentages next to each link on the page. This view of the website reveals which areas get the most attention. If it’s noticed that a particular area gets more clicks than other areas, look to include links that aid in conversion goals for the business.

Conclusion

Google Analytics reveals a lot of data about how visitors engage with a website’s content. The Behavior reports provide insights into top pages and top event interactions as well as the ability to improve conversion rates with Experiments and In-Page Analytics.

Do you check your Behavior reports regularly?

What insights do you get from the reports?

If you need any help with Website Analytics, call PTC at 904-992-9888 or email info@ptccomputersolutions.com for all your web, Internet, and Marketing needs.

Online marketing is an incredibly dynamic environment with many moving parts. It is a constantly changing environment as well. Keeping involved and staying ahead of the latest improvements is what we do at PTC Computer Solutions. If you are looking to get noticed on the Internet but don’t know where to begin, let PTC Computer Solutions help you get started or help improve your current website and website marketing plan.

PTC can plan a full marketing strategy and budget for your company and complete any web marketing efforts you wish to achieve in order to deliver a consistent and effective message to your prospects. Contact David W. B. Parker (when you think of “W. B.” think of WeB) at davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com or go to our web site at www.ptccomputersolutions.com for more information.

 

By David W. B. Parker
President
PTC Computer Solutions
11/7/2014

PTC Computer Solutions - Internet, Web Sites, SEO, Online Marketing

WEB SITE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT ~ SEO ~ ONLINE MARKETING ~ SOCIAL MEDIA ~ IT PROJECT MANAGEMENT ~ MARKETING PLANS ~ ETC.

PTC Computer Solutions – Internet, Web Sites, SEO, Online Marketing

PTC Computer Solutions
Jacksonville Beach, Florida
904.992.9888
davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com
www.ptccomputersolutions.com

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Oct
23
2014

Best Practices: 3 Key Factors Search Engines Look For

Best Practices: 3 Key Factors Search Engines Look For

When it comes to proactive web maintenance, the principal goal is to keep your website running at optimal levels at all times. That means search engine visibility is one of the most integral parts of your website’s performance. To reach a wider and more receptive audience, keep these 3 factors in mind as you add content to your website. If adding new content causes you headaches, contact PTC Computer Solutions to allow us to maintain your content for you.

Think about these 3 factors as you update your website with fresh content.

  1. Relevance
    The goal of your website is to attract the target market interested in your business. Providing helpful content that applies to your customers’ wants, needs, and struggles signals to search engines that your website provides relevant content for your unique audience.
  2. Deep crawl
    Provide links throughout your content to allow your audience to find more helpful information. Make routine checkups to ensure these links are working. In doing so, your audience will go deeper into your website. In turn, Google and other search engines will reward you with higher rankings.
  3. Time spent on page
    If you search the term “Amazon,” you will receive pages and pages of results for the online retailer. You have to continue your page search to find any content on the Amazon as an ecosystem. These results spawn from the amount of time visitors spend on the retail pages. If you provide content that keeps the audience engaged for longer periods, Google will raise your website to more visible levels.

 

Repair Your 404 Error Pages with 1 Simple Fix

When your audience receives a 404 error message on your website, it costs you money. These glitches keep prospects from becoming loyal customers. Without proactive web maintenance, it’s difficult to spot these problems before they make a negative impact. One way to keep your audience engaged even when they hit an error page is to create a custom 404 page that shows you’re aware of the problem.

Don’t have a custom made 404 page? Let PTC Computer Solutions set this up for you right now. Contact us via email or call our support team.

Other than that step, figure out whether or not the error page stems from the server or from your hosting platform. Our team is ready to figure out what causes these problems, and can make sure it doesn’t happen with a proactive web maintenance service. Contact PTC Computer Solutions to set up your web maintenance needs.

Stop Cross-Site Script Attacks. Stop Website Decay.

What are cross-site script attacks?

They are vulnerabilities found in web applications such as ecommerce software and even Gmail. Depending on the data available to hackers, cross-site script attacks open up a serious security risk. (Think of recent breeches at Target and on iCloud.) Cross-site scripting contributes nearly 84% of all security vulnerabilities, and their effects range from site delisting, web code compromising, browser alert triggers, and more. Most attacks happen via contact forms (NOTE: in our experience, this is the number one spot where these attacks begin), submission forms, payment gateways, and ecommerce or catalog systems.

 

The best way to combat cross-site script attacks, and protect your customers and business, is to have a partner in web maintenance. To mitigate the risk of contact form vulnerabilities, PTC Computer Solutions will install form processing software built especially to prevent such attacks. Since you’ve enlisted PTC Computer Solutions, you can rest assured knowing we’ll protect your website from these issues. If you have questions or concerns about cross-site script attacks, give us a call or email our team at info@ptccomputersolutions.com.

PTC Computer Solutions Recommends:

Contact our team to help you with some of the primary issues for your web site. These include:

  • Methods to Generate Quality Website Leads.
  • Turning Unconvinced Browsers into Recurring Buyers.
  • Attracting your target market.
  • Proven techniques to increase website visibility.
  • Speaking directly to your target market and not at
  • Strategies to attract motivated prospects to your website.
  • Setting up SEO techniques to rank higher.
  • And more….

Call PTC at 904-992-9888 or email info@ptccomputersolutions.com for all your web, Internet, and Marketing needs.

Online marketing is an incredibly dynamic environment with many moving parts. It is a constantly changing environment as well. Keeping involved and staying ahead of the latest improvements is what we do at PTC Computer Solutions. If you are looking to get noticed on the Internet but don’t know where to begin, let PTC Computer Solutions help you get started or help improve your current website and website marketing plan. PTC can plan a full marketing strategy and budget for your company and complete any web marketing efforts you wish to achieve in order to deliver a consistent and effective message to your prospects. Contact David W. B. Parker (when you think of “W. B.” think of WeB) at davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com or go to  our web site at www.ptccomputersolutions.com for more information.

By David W. B. Parker
President
PTC Computer Solutions
10/20/2014

PTC Computer Solutions - Internet, Web Sites, SEO, Online Marketing

PTC Computer Solutions

WEB SITE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT ~ SEO ~ ONLINE MARKETING ~ SOCIAL MEDIA ~ IT PROJECT MANAGEMENT ~ MARKETING PLANS ~ ETC.

PTC Computer Solutions – Internet, Web Sites, SEO, Online Marketing

PTC Computer Solutions
Jacksonville Beach, Florida
904.992.9888
davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com
www.ptccomputersolutions.com

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Aug
28
2014

Social Media, Worth it or Not?

Social Media, Worth it or Not?

The question we hear often when being asked about Social Media, “is it worth it or not?” Without a doubt, the answer is YES! Here at PTC Computer Solutions, we recommend highly that you be involved with Social Media as a part of your business plan. It doesn’t matter whether you are the smallest of small businesses or the largest of large businesses, Social Media is a MUST! However, as with anything, there are good ways to approach utilizing Social Media and then there are not so good ways. PTC outlines some of the best practices, information, and statistics on Social Media as follows.

First, some statistics. Should you be using Social Media marketing tactics at all? The statistics support strongly that you should. In a recent Social Media Marketing Industry Report, 97 percent of marketers utilize Social Media as part of their marketing plan. 92 percent reported that Social Media was important to their business which is up from 86 percent in 2013. These kinds of numbers harken back to the late 90s when businesses were deciding whether to utilize the Internet as part of their business plan. The numbers reveal that if you are not utilizing Social Media, then you are missing the boat.

Second, how much time and money should you put in to your Social Media Marketing Plan? Budgeting is something we work with regularly for our clients. Getting the Marketing Budget optimized is what every company wants and needs. As part of the Marketing Budget, the Social Media Marketing aspect should be of critical importance. What is the ROI for Social Media? Quantifying the expense of time and money is difficult for most people. Going back to the statistics for a minute, more than 60 percent of Social Media Marketers spend up to 10 hours weekly on their Social Media Campaigns. 19 percent spend more than 20 hours per week on their campaigns. These are large numbers for one portion of a Marketing Budget.

Quantifying the time spent to real financial return is one of the more difficult aspects. Most marketing specialists agree that there are a number of intangible benefits including exposure and increased traffic to their website. Loyalty and the attainment of higher marketplace intelligence is another intangible element marketers quote. Marketers report an increase of developing loyal fan bases from 65 percent in 2013 to 72 percent in 2014 along with an increase in sales which jumped 7 percent to 50 percent in 2014.

Can increased time spent in Social Media Marketing improve the return? Most agree that the longer they spend on Social Media the greater the return. The ROI appears to increase with a greater time due to increased exposure and efforts in improving customer relationships.

Online marketing is an incredibly dynamic environment with many moving parts. It is a constantly changing environment as well. Keeping involved and staying ahead of the latest improvements is what we do at PTC Computer Solutions. If you are looking to get noticed on the Internet but don’t know where to begin, let PTC Computer Solutions help you get started or help improve your current website and website marketing plan. PTC can plan a full marketing strategy and budget for your company and complete any web marketing efforts you wish to achieve in order to deliver a consistent and effective message to your prospects. Contact David W. B. Parker (when you think of “W. B.” think of WeB) at davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com or go to  our web site at www.ptccomputersolutions.com for more information.

By David W. B. Parker
President
PTC Computer Solutions
8/28/2014

PTC Computer Solutions - Internet, Web Sites, SEO, Online Marketing

PTC Computer Solutions

WEB SITE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT ~ SEO ~ ONLINE MARKETING ~ SOCIAL MEDIA ~ IT PROJECT MANAGEMENT ~ MARKETING PLANS ~ ETC.

PTC Computer Solutions – Internet, Web Sites, SEO, Online Marketing

PTC Computer Solutions
Jacksonville Beach, Florida
904.992.9888
davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com
www.ptccomputersolutions.com

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Aug
06
2014

Responsive, Mobile, or Dynamic?

Responsive Design is the latest buzz word in the world of website development.  For the last year, PTC Computer Solutions has been fielding the question of “Should we have a Responsive web design or not?”  The answer is not a simple one.  It really depends on what your objectives are.  The idea behind it is that it is responsive to the user interface.  So, whether the user is accessing your website with a desktop, tablet, or smartphone, they should receive the same or similar content adjusted for their interface.  It sounds like it should be the way to go…or does it?

The keys to a good responsive design are to ensure the experience is equally enjoyable whether the user is accessing through their smartphone or on their desktop or anywhere in between.  The issue with this is that there is not always the same objective when a user is accessing from any of these interfaces.  Therefore, a responsive design may not be the best solution for your users.

Think of it from the perspective of the user.  If a prospect is accessing your website from a smartphone, they are likely looking for information from your website that is time sensitive, geographically scoped, or contact oriented in nature.  They are not typically accessing your site for any other reason from their smartphone.

Whereas, when a prospect is accessing a website from a desktop interface, it is more likely to be a part of research that is being performed.  This research may be to research company information or to find out more about a company.  This is a completely different section of the site from where they might land in the event of using a smartphone.  So, it would be a better scenario to provide them a different experience.

Ideally, separate website experiences should be created for each interface medium a user might access a website. This can be done dynamically by reading the interface the user is interacting from upon accessing the website.  Ask yourself whether you need something that is responsive to the user or whether it is important to deliver a mobile-centric interface for them.  A Dynamic website would be ideal, but there is more programming and likely more cost associated with this type of design.  So, choosing your design mode is of critical importance.  Here is a list of Pros and Cons we have found useful for each of these:

Responsive Design

  • Pros:
    1 URL for both versions, no duplicationEasier and cheaper to maintainPopularity consolidationNo need for redirections
  • Cons:Possible redesign needLess differentiation of Mobile ContentLower mobile focused user experience

Mobile Design

  • Pros:Easier implementationCapacity to differentiate mobile contentBetter mobile user experience
  • Cons:Content duplication riskSplit of link popularityHigher cost of maintenance

Dynamic Design

  • Pros:1 URL for both versions, no duplicationPopularity consolidationCapacity to differentiate mobile contentBetter mobile user experience
  • Cons:Complexity of technical implementationHigher cost of maintenance

Know what you are wanting to deliver before embarking in any one direction.  If you are likely to be delivering content to people on the move, then go with a mobile site.  Otherwise, look at the Responsive potential.  If your users might be coming in to certain aspects of your website from different media to access different portions of your site, you should consider a dynamic design whereby you can provide the best options for just the mobile aspects needed to a smartphone interface.  Consider your options before you get started.

If you are looking to get noticed on the Internet but don’t know where to begin, let PTC Computer Solutions help you get started or help improve your current website and website marketing plan.  PTC can plan a full marketing strategy and budget for your company and complete any web marketing efforts you wish to achieve in order to deliver a consistent and effective message to your prospects.  Contact David W. B. Parker (when you think of “W. B.” think of WeB) at davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com or go to www.ptccomputersolutions.com for more information.

By David W. B. Parker
President
PTC Computer Solutions
8/6/2014

PTC Computer Solutions - Internet, Web Sites, SEO, Online Marketing

PTC Computer Solutions
P.O. Box 51604
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32240
904.992.9888
davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com
www.ptccomputersolutions.com

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Jul
09
2014

#1 On Google

So, you want to be #1 on the Google search.  No problem.  You get emails every day promising this.  Anyone can do that, right?  Wrong!!!  No one can promise that, no matter what they say.  With the changing dynamic that IS the internet, there is no way to guarantee you will be at the top.  However, there are a number of things you can do to move your web site high up the list and maybe even in to the #1 spot.  Here are some tips to do that:

  1. Analyze what words (keywords) are best for finding your web site.  Think long and hard about what the primary words or word phrases are that someone might search on to find your web site.  Know these phrases and don’t try to be too encompassing.  Use these words and word phrases to analyze how high they rank on searching the web utilizing such tools as Google Tools and Bing Tools.
  2. Getting your page title right.  Once you understand the best words for finding your web site, you can concentrate on getting your page titles right.  Try to keep your page titles concise and relevant.  Make the title of your page this phrase.  Make a different title for each page of your website.  That is the easiest way to convey maximum relevancy.
  3. Optimize the URL for the page so that the keywords appear in it in the right order.  Change the URL of the page utilizing best use naming skills.  For any Blogs, change the title to reflect the best words for the search engines to find this page.
  4. Maximize the content relevancy and make sure your primary keywords are scattered at least a few times around the page.  It will be easier if there is more content.  People don’t read much these days, so this is content you might want to put lower in the view pane for those interested in reading more.  Google does not like keyword stuffing, so make the content relevant and readable.  Add your keywords or synonyms for your keywords into the sub-headings on your page if you can.  People just want to see bullet points with less to read or pictures they can click, so don’t force people to read.  It’s for the search engines not the people.
  5. Work on getting links to point to any page on your website.  The quality of the link is important, but any link is better than no link.  Linking in to your web site from any source will help.  You can build these utilizing your social media as well as generating buzz with networking and press.
  6. Get as many links pointing directly to a page you want to rank well.  Typically, the concentration is on the homepage but all pages on the web site are of importance and some searches will end up on these pages before they end up on the homepage.  This can be helped with pointing a link from your homepage to an inner page you want to rank high for a specific search phrase.  The anchor text of the link should be the exact phrase you want that page to get ranked for.  Then, also try to get other websites to link to that page too.  Don’t become overly concerned about getting relevant anchor text with every link.   Take any link you can get.  Remember that links are worth much more than just for the anchor text relevancy boost.   If you can get a link from a trustworthy source, then by all means get it no matter what anchor text it uses.

The best way to improve your ranking is to improve your relevancy.  Controlling those things on your web site are easiest.  Improve your on-page score by improving the title, fixing the URL and adding good content to the page.  Beyond that you are going to have to try to get other sites to link to you.  High quality links are the big difference maker.

If you are looking to get noticed on the Internet but don’t know where to begin, let PTC Computer Solutions help you get started or help improve your current website and website marketing plan.  PTC can plan a full marketing strategy and budget for your company and complete any web marketing efforts you wish to achieve in order to deliver a consistent and effective message to your prospects.  Contact David W. B. Parker (when you think of “W. B.” think of WeB) at davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com or go to www.ptccomputersolutions.com for more information.

By David W. B. Parker
President
PTC Computer Solutions
7/9/2014

PTC Computer Solutions - Internet, Web Sites, SEO, Online Marketing

PTC Computer Solutions
P.O. Box 51604
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32240
904.992.9888
davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com
www.ptccomputersolutions.com

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Jun
11
2014

10 Mobile Web Strategy Objectives

PTC Computer Solutions is involved with many companies interested in improving their Web Marketing Strategy for the Mobile environment.  More so in recent years than previously with the increasing population of Mobile Browsers.  Global smartphone penetration is now 16.7 percent in a recent study which is a 46.6 percent growth rate in a year.  With this kind of growth, companies are realizing the importance of ensuring their Mobile Web Strategy is in place.  When considering your Mobile Web Strategy, there are a number of questions a company should ask and answer.  But, the Top 10 questions according to a dotMobi whitepaper and ones we believe are the most important are as follows:

  1. What are the goals for your business?
    Decide what the goals are for mobile users as a part of an overall online strategy. Defining what you’re business is will be part of this objective.  For instance, if you’re an e-commerce business, you’ll want to drive sales, or if you’re a brand, it may be to build awareness and engagement. Whatever kind of company it is will define the mobile strategy to meet clear business objectives.
  2. What are the levels of mobile traffic?
    Understanding the existing traffic is essential to getting an appropriate mobile strategy. Once you have an understanding of what devices are actually visiting the web site, decisions can be made on how best to cater to that traffic. Analytics should inform data-driven decisions on what your users are engaged in within your site.
  3. Are the analytics correct?
    Many current analytics solutions do not fully report on mobile devices due to the fact that they rely extensively on JavaScript. There may be more mobile traffic than these analytic tools are able to analyze, and from a wider variety of devices. You should check with your analytics provider how often their device database is updated.
  4. Should there be a concentration on Native Apps?
    A mobile app is not a full mobile strategy, regardless of how many different Operating Systems are targeted. Your customers still need to find it and download the app before using it. Don’t forget each mobile ecosystem has its own submission procedures, and each time you update your app, you will run up against these.  A true mobile strategy embraces all mobile devices.
  5. Should you engage in a Responsive Design?
    Responsive Design is a much talked about technique to make a website adapt to different devices. Using Responsive Design techniques allows the ability to serve a single HTML document to all desktop browsers and smartphones. This attractive concept means only one experience has to be designed and maintained. However, Responsive Design often gets confused with building a “proper” mobile website. Responsive doesn’t deliver a mobile specific experience because it strives to deliver the same experience; this one-experience-fits-all approach and a limited range of addressable devices won’t be suitable for all websites. Also, it needs a great deal of CSS and Javascript to make it work, which means it’s often slow to render on lesser devices or on slower connections. It will involve extra testing and time costs. Responsive Design is a great tool, but it isn’t intended to serve as a replacement for mobile web sites.
  6. What is the Web Marketing Budget?
    Without a clear idea of budget constraints, it will be difficult to define a Mobile Strategy. Native apps need to be promoted and there is a separate development cost for each platform. Although solutions exist to wrap a mobile web site as a native app, native elements are often needed and each additional platform means more complexity in interface design, testing and maintenance. Developing a good mobile web site versus a native app is almost invariably cheaper.
  7. What should a Mobile Web Site do?
    First and foremost it should meet your customers’ needs. In general, a lighter, simpler page should result in a better experience for your customer. For mobile strategies, an understanding of what people are doing on your web site with a mobile device is important.  People are more likely to know what they want when accessing from this platform and the experience needs to quickly guide them to their destination. From a computer, users are more likely to browse for things they might like but not as much from the mobile environment. For this reason, a mobile site can include elements not present on the regular site. Having knowledge of the device helps make decisions on:

    • Using tel: or wtai: hyperlinks, so that the user can click-to-call phone numbers on a page if the device supports them.
    • If the device has GPS, you should ensure that the user’s location is picked up from GPS rather than forcing them to enter location data in a form.
    • If the device has a touch-screen, you should adapt your CSS to ensure that items are big enough to be easily tapped with a finger tip.
  8. What devices will the Mobile Web Site work on?
    Clearly define what devices you want your Mobile Web Strategy to work for. This will typically include recent iOS and Android devices but it may be worth seeking a wider range if you think that your customers are more varied e.g. Tablets, RIM, Windows’ Phone. Web firms who are not up to speed in mobile often take a reductive approach that just works on iOS and more popular Android phones. Device coverage should always be validated against your analytics.
  9. How will device fragmentation be addressed with the Mobile Web Site?
    There are multiple approaches to handling diversity. A common approach is to take a small number of basic templates grouping phones according to their specifications/capabilities, for example non touch-screen phones, smartphones, tablets  and low-end phones and then further finesse the experience by resizing images to fit exactly into the resolution in question.  Other sites use a more fine-grained approach that alters every element on the page dynamically according to the access device. But it is important to first know what the requesting device is.
  10. Is a Device Detection Strategy in place?
    Device detection allows any website to accurately identify the capabilities of each accessing device in real time. This device information allows the site to make decisions about which experience to show users or how best to format the content before sending it to the user. Having device detection in place ensures that the site is optimal for the platform and delivers a much richer experience on different devices.

If you are looking to get noticed on the Internet but don’t know where to begin, let PTC Computer Solutions help you get started or help improve your current website and website marketing plan.  PTC can plan a full marketing strategy and budget for your company and complete any web marketing efforts you wish to achieve in order to deliver a consistent and effective message to your prospects.  Contact David W. B. Parker (when you think of “W. B.” think of WeB) at davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com or go to www.ptccomputersolutions.com for more information.

By David W. B. Parker
President
PTC Computer Solutions
6/11/2014

PTC Computer Solutions - Internet, Web Sites, SEO, Online Marketing

PTC Computer Solutions
P.O. Box 51604
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32240
904.992.9888
davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com
www.ptccomputersolutions.com

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May
08
2014

Social Marketing Trends

We at PTC Computer Solutions have heard on a number of occasions that clients are overwhelmed with Social Media.  They just don’t know where to begin and where to end.  And, it’s all so trendy and fluid that there are some things one day that are gone the next.  Clients tell us that it would be great if there were a simple guide for making social media marketing easier.  We are in the thick of this and we get it.  There are a number of different guides to Social Media Marketing available on the web.  But, we’ve compiled some quick data from a recent Infographic for you right here.  Take a look:

  • Facebook: Photos, photos, photos. Users of the platform upload at least 350 million of them every day, so they’re a great way for marketers to drive engagement.
  • Twitter: Twitter users also have an affinity for multimedia, and brands can take advantage of this with Twitter Cards. The social network recently introduced Website Cards, making it easier than ever for brands to make web pages more engaging.
  • Google+: G+ is already integrated with YouTube, but brands can take it a step further by using Hangouts to create interactive, shareable content.
  • YouTube: Branded videos are all the talk these days, and they don’t necessarily require a huge investment of time and resources. Marketers can combine existing videos to make new ones, and even adapt PDFs into short-form videos.
  • LinkedIn: Multimedia is not just for Facebook and Twitter. Job seekers should consider making interactive resumes to draw in eyeballs and interest.
  • Flickr: Quality is key on this photo-sharing platform. Brands that want to use Flickr effectively should ensure that the images they share are print quality.
  • Pinterest: E-commerce! We know that the visual platform is a huge driver of sales. But brands should make sure the images they pin are watermarked, so users see the brand when a pin gets shared.
  • Instagram: This visual network is starting to rival Pinterest as an e-commerce destination. Even though Pinterest has more market share, the average purchase from Instagram is slightly higher, and the platform is becoming known as a boutique shopping destination.
  • Vine: You only have six seconds, so make sure your brand or product is the star of the show!

Keep in mind that this is TODAY’s ideas.  Tomorrow may be different.  We at PTC Computer Solutions stay on top of it all every day.  PTC recommends all of this Social Media to every client, but it is up to you to keep it up to date with your thoughts and recommendations.  PTC can keep your Social Media up to date if you are having trouble maintaining it all.  Old unattended Social Media is worse than no Social Media, so let us know if you need some assistance.  You know your business better than anyone else, but we understand it can all be overwhelming.  Let us know your thoughts on the information you want to convey in your Social Marketing Messages and we’ll provide results that compel your prospects to contact you.

If you are looking to get noticed on the Internet but don’t know where to begin, let PTC Computer Solutions help you get started or help improve your current website and website marketing plan.  PTC can plan a full marketing strategy and budget for your company and complete any web marketing efforts you wish to achieve in order to deliver a consistent and effective message to your prospects.  Contact David W. B. Parker (when you think of “W. B.” think of WeB) at davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com or go to www.ptccomputersolutions.com for more information.

By David W. B. Parker
President
PTC Computer Solutions
5/7/2014

 

PTC Computer Solutions - Internet, Web Sites, SEO, Online Marketing

PTC Computer Solutions

PTC Computer Solutions
P.O. Box 51604
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32240

904.992.9888
davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com
www.ptccomputersolutions.com

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Apr
03
2014

Building Intrigue with Design

Build Intrigue with your web site design.

I’ve seen so many web designs through the years that don’t do anything to intrigue me.  There are two distinct parts to a web site and most sites miss out on one or the other, or, in more cases than I can hardly believe, both.  It’s imperative that a web site be found firstly, and secondly, that it be intriguing enough to keep my interest.  I need to know, as a viewer, that I am at the right web site and that the site provides me the information I need immediately and pointedly.  There are some key points to keep in mind when designing a web site.  They are as follows:

  • The elements in all locations of the web site should be developed for optimal use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).  CSS allows for more SEA (Search Engine Awareness).  As such, CSS relies on fonts on the user’s computer and browser and thus sticking to primary fonts is advisable.  Graphical elements, such as a logo, allow more flexibility but also limit the SEO.  However, where possible, stick to textual content and CSS manipulation so as to maximize your SEA.
  • The textual content must be maximized for SEO (Search Engine Optimization), not just as filler but as real SEO maximized content.  Maximize the copy for SEO once the design of the site has been settled on so that the content fits the design.
  • Users want to see what they are looking for quickly and without too much clutter.  Opt for a cleaner header with the primary functions in the top menu bar for the purposes of providing users the option to quickly find what they are looking for.  It’s a good idea to ADD more clutter at the bottom where users will end up if their interest leads them there.  Interest them in the top third of the page with short pointed information so that they will scroll down to read the more robust two-thirds of the page.  This will help your SEO as well as keep your viewers intrigued.
  • It is often a good idea in today’s environment to offer a slideshow in an area at the top, preferably within the top third of the page, beneath the main menu items to offer some quick visuals for our visual world.  Scroll through photos along with textual content to the right of the photo that will also change with the photo.  People like to look at photos and feel at ease with seeing people who look like they are, not only having fun, but might be similar to themselves in their activities.  This is an area designed to attract their attention, provide them information, and make them feel comfortable.  The photos in this slideshow should be carefully selected from the photos available to fit this need.  The text that goes with the photo should also fit this need and be conscientious of the SEO definition.  It is important to use CSS for this slideshow for maximum SEO and SEA as well as the ability to have this slideshow load quickly.  Slow slideshows will be detrimental, so stick to the CSS slideshow designs for optimal intrigue and SEO.
  • The main area beneath the slideshow, but still in the top third of the page, can be split into a left side and a right side.  The left side or right side can be chosen for the main content of each page and will change according to the page.  The other side should be used as a sidebar for quick content access.  Again, this can be to the left or right but should be a thinner sidebar with some quick “important” items for the user.  You should have some links to your YouTube channel, Yelp reviews, Social Networks, News & Views and a Newsletter signup option which will be consistent on every page though could fluctuate in the order with which they are delivered.  PTC Computer Solutions utilizes an algorithm that will randomly place these areas top to bottom allowing for some feeling of change every time a user enters and thus compel them to read.  The randomization also signals the search engines that the page has altered and will force the Search Engine Robot to re-categorize the page improving the SEA as well as your Search Engine Rankings (SER).
  • PTC Computer Solutions highly recommends you have a YouTube channel of your own as well as an embedded Blog with newsletter sign up capability.  The Blog will allow you to connect with your prospects and former clients while the YouTube Channel will provide a place for videos.  Videos provide comfort such as was mentioned for the slideshow.  Video should be added to attract prospects.  Prospects should be defined through a Market Research Study.  A good Marketing Study will define the demographics as well as the psychographics of your prospect base.  PTC also recommends you get some videos produced of just general activities in and around your storefront, if you have one, including your services and your employees at work on and in their work.  Not everyone is a videographer, so if you get some stuff on film, PTC can help you compile it with our video editing staff.  Or, you can get some local help, but it is imperative you add video to your YouTube Channel.  YouTube, behind Google itself, is the second most utilized search engine on the web. And, of course, Google owns YouTube which will help your SEO greatly.
  • Moving down in to the bottom third of the page, there should be some links to What’s Hot, Featured Stories, Services, and Support areas.  These can all be fed right out of the Blog or can be changed separately depending on how you want to handle this.  It is a great opportunity to showcase support of the local community and the community for your area of expertise.  It is an excellent showcase for this but must be dynamic such as the Latest News section which will be fed from the Blog as well.  The Blog needs to be set up to handle all the business needs, but regular upkeep is important.  PTC works closely with clients to ensure the Blog is kept current and can keep your Blog up to date as part of a service and management contract should you wish us to do so.
  • Reviews from online sources are very useful.  If you have Yelp, TripAdvisor, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, YouTube reviews and comments or whatever you have out there should be added to the sidebar or the lower bar.  Again, this could be a revolving randomization of things which would help your SEO tremendously.  You must become familiar with all of your Social Networks and keep them current.  Again, you can contact PTC Computer Solutions to manage these if you need some help.
  • The Footer should be an “Open Footer” with all the links available and visible to the user shown for quick access to any part of the web site in it.  This is really something for the search engines and is not often looked at by the general user unless you’ve intrigued them enough to get to the bottom of the page.  If you have them there, you’ve done your job.

The idea here is to get people to utilize your services or purchase your products or come by your store to talk with you personally.  The objective is to generate more traffic for you but also compel the user to use you for their needs or at least contact you directly.  Offering some incentive to be part of your Subscriber network is a good way to build rapport.  The embedded Blog will help this tremendously, but we need to get people fired up about YOU!  So, be thinking about what fires people up, not what fires YOU up.  Video is excellent with regards to that.  In the video, you can work on compelling people to come by and try out what you have to offer.  Unfortunately, not everyone will take the time to view the video even though you want to add as many videos as possible.  The videos will generate more traffic through SEO and will likely not be watched, so we want to also compel prospects with the textual content of the site because that’s how they are going to find you.

PTC Computer Solutions recommends all of this to every client, but it is up to you to provide your web designer with your thoughts and recommendations.  You know your business better than anyone else.  Let your designer know your thoughts on the design and the information mentioned here and they’ll provide a web site that intrigues and compels your prospects to contact you.

If you are looking to get noticed on the Internet but don’t know where to begin, let PTC Computer Solutions help you get started or help improve your current website and website marketing plan.  PTC can plan a full budget for your company and complete any web marketing efforts you wish to achieve in order to deliver a consistent and effective message to your prospects.  Contact David W. B. Parker (when you think of “W. B.” think of WeB) at davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com or go to www.ptccomputersolutions.com for more information.

By David W. B. Parker
President
PTC Computer Solutions
4/3/2014

PTC Computer Solutions
P.O. Box 51604
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32240

904.992.9888
davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com
www.ptccomputersolutions.com

1
Mar
06
2014

Building Inroads with SEO

Getting listed high on the Search Engine Rankings (SER) is the primary concern of people these days. It is one thing to have a web site, but if no one can find it then it is pretty useless. Think of it like building a shop in the middle of the desert. Typically, a company builds a web site and then tries to draw people to it, much like building the shop and then having to build a few roads through the desert. But, then you also have to get people to drive down the roads. So, it’s a three step process, really:

  1. The first step is to build the web site with as much as you can to attract customers once they are there. In today’s world, we don’t want to build too much confusion in the site. Make it simple so the visitor to your site can find what they want quickly. People don’t read much anymore, so don’t put too much reading in there. It should be interesting, graphic, and compelling enough to stick around and find out more.  If people stick around, they will read more, so don’t neglect to provide the reading material in the sub-pages of your site so that those who want to find information can find it quickly.
  2. Secondly, you have to build the inroads. This is the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) you hear talked about so often. But it’s not just optimizing the site for Search Engines. There has to be a general effort toward SEA (Search Engine Awareness). Search Engines have robots or spiders that crawl the web looking for data. They categorize data and thus categorize your web site based on the content and data they find. Optimizing the site for insuring your site is categorized in the correct searches is the SEO part and requires understanding of where you want to position yourself. Positioning is another part of this, but really requires a study of your potential consumers and the consumer market from a demographic as well as psychographic standpoint. That’s a whole study in itself and should be commissioned at some point in order to fully understand your target and positioning. However, if you are involved extensively in your product and thus understand intuitively your target market, you might forgo that if you wish. Don’t underestimate the importance of a Market Research Study, though, it can be invaluable and may provide you information you never even thought of.  The SEO, therefore, needs to be geared toward the target market. That’s not enough to complete the inroad, however. You have to ensure this data is dynamic, i.e. changes regularly. This builds SEA in to the search engine robots. The robots find a change in data and then have to re-address the page which, in turn, makes it pop-to the top again, much like on Facebook where the latest posts move to the top. Of course, the SEO must work together with the SEA for optimal exposure.
  3. Finally, you need to develop some incentive to go down the road to your website. This can be done through paid advertising for banners or Pay-Per-Click (PPC) advertising on sites. You can also do this through involving yourself in clubs, associations, and organizations the industry and target market might be involved with. This is another part of the Market Research, but again, if you are familiar with this group, you can go on your instincts (a Market Research Study is highly advisable). So, you should be able to get some reciprocal linking and awareness through these organizations. Social networking and developing a presence on free sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, YouTube and others is the final method of building awareness. This is much like building a “word of mouth” network. People tell other people and so on and so on. Between building reciprocal links, social networking, and the PPC potential, you stand a good chance at people taking the road to the web site.

That all being said, there is a good deal of development left for the site to be operational. You need to build the aspects to allow you to add product as needed, alter what you need to do including adding photos and pricing, and delete products as well as allow for you to add content through a blog format. This should provide you with the full functionality needed and the blog format will allow you to keep your SEA active. Ideally, you would want to have the Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google+ pages as well as a YouTube Channel to showcase your products. This can be a bit more time consuming but not as much as you might think. This type of stuff is something you would need to be doing regularly, maybe a few times per month. I always recommend actively participating in your site content at least once per month and twice if possible.

PTC Computer Solutions has been involved with bringing Search Engine Awareness to web site clients for many years.  It can be a time consuming process and businesses don’t often have the resources to maintain all of these aspects of web interaction not to mention having a member of the staff capable of creating the content necessary to improve the Search Engine Optimization for the web site.  PTC specializes in developing and maintaining this content for its customers.  If you need assistance with this, contact PTC today.

Building Inroads with SEO

Building Inroads with SEO

If you are looking to get noticed on the Internet but don’t know where to begin, let PTC Computer Solutions help you get started or help improve your current website and website marketing plan.  We can plan a full budget for your company and complete any web marketing efforts you wish to achieve in order to deliver a consistent and effective message to your prospects.  Contact David W. B. Parker (when you think of “W. B.” think of WeB) at davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com or go to www.ptccomputersolutions.com for more information.

By David W. B. Parker
President
PTC Computer Solutions
3/6/2014

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Feb
12
2014

To Macro or Micro, That is the Question

To Macro or Micro, That is the Question

It has been commonplace in advertising to cast the net as wide as possible in order to attract clients.  A macro-world for a macro-environment, if you will.  It has mostly been about broadcast television and radio and billboards along the highway to attract the attention of every passerby.  These forms of Macro-targeting have their purpose, but perhaps it’s time to look at the potential of being more specific with your marketing dollar.  We can do better in today’s day and age, and we should be.

PTC Computer Solutions was recently involved in a project in Cartagena, Colombia…that’s Carta-hay-na, not Carta-hay-nya, please.  Michael Douglas infamously pronounced it wrong in Romancing the Stone in 1984 and so it stuck with lots of Americans.  It’s an interesting note in that Cartagena has not marketed itself well through the years.  Most people have no idea about what Cartagena is all about.  They are working on changing that, but you can see how a Macrotargeted movie like Romancing the Stone was able to affect a great number of people and many of those people have not visited and thus not become clients of the city.

Getting back to our PTC related client.  Our client is interested in trying to attract a very specific and likely small group of people to its product.  This is a case where Macrotargeting is not going to be very cost effective, where the Return on Investment (ROI) would be better off spent on a very specific marketing effort.  It’s time to microtarget for maximum effectiveness.

Microtargeting is the use of direct marketing datamining techniques that involve predictive market segmentation or cluster analysis to track individuals and identify potential customers.  Microtargeting relies specifically on transmitting a tailored message to a subgroup of prospects on the basis of unique information about that subgroup.  This might sometimes be referred to as narrowcasting or niche marketing, but they all rely on the same thing:  defining the demographic, and more importantly, the psychographic of the prospects.

Gathering data about people is a necessary part of any marketing.  This data can be gathered through surveys or opinions on a web site or some other means such as on hotel registers or visitor entry cards into the country.  We found that Colombia was not asking simple questions on their visitor information cards to garner information about those coming and going from the country.  It’s important data to have.  The databases should contain specific information about a particular individual such as why they are visiting and what their destination is, and why as well as identifying other activities and habits.  Not to worry, this type of data can be purchased and is available from commercial marketing vendors such as Acxiom, Dun & Bradstreet, Experian Americas, and InfoUSA.

PTC Computer Solutions specializes in developing microtargeted marketing campaigns implementing such tools as: microsites, social media, Pay-Per-Click (PPC), Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Search Engine Awareness (SEA), WebPR, Blogs, and many others.  Don’t get caught spending more than you have to on broadcasting and macromarketing when you can be getting the most bang for your buck with Microtargeting in a narrowcasting environment with micromarketing.

Too much stuff to handle in one post?  Go to www.ptccomputersolutions.com or contact PTC directly at info@ptccomputersolutions.com and let us know some of your thoughts on this.  You want to create a website that encompasses all of these ideas AND satisfies you and your company needs.  It’s important that everyone is happy with your company website as you move forward.

If you are looking to get noticed on the Internet but don’t know where to begin, let PTC Computer Solutions help you get started or help improve your current website and website marketing plan.  We can plan a full budget for your company and complete any web marketing efforts you wish to achieve in order to deliver a consistent and effective message to your prospects.  Contact David W. B. Parker (when you think of “W. B.” think of WeB) at davidp@ptccomputersolutions.com or go to www.ptccomputersolutions.com for more information.

By David W. B. Parker
President
PTC Computer Solutions
2/12/2014

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