Last night I received an email from Amazon that I viewed on my smartphone showcasing their upcoming Black Friday deals. It looked fairly standard in presentation, with a television, a computer and a tablet showcased in the email.
As a lifelong Google searcher, though, I am so accustomed to seeing the old format that I am still surprised each time the Knowledge Graph pops up. Even though it’s not a major change to the way search works, I’m left scratching my head pondering the question “is this bad, or just different?”
Last week, Google made major announcements about upcoming changes to how Google Analytics will function and contribute to the future of digital marketing measurement. At Three Deep, we view all of these changes as improvements to the program, but it should also be noted that a few changes may affect how people currently have Google Analytics configured.
From my experience, productivity tools that live in a browser also tend to die in a browser. For me, this is because I have so many tabs open that I tend to forget to go to the many persistent tabs I have open for Google+, the web version of Tweetdeck and even blogs that are powered by WordPress.
Three Deep is proud to announce today that they have received a partner certification with Google Tag Manager. Google Tag Manager is a newly launched tool from Google that is free of charge, and consolidates your website tags with a single snippet of code. It also lets you manage everything from a web interface, so you can add and update your own tags, with just a few clicks, whenever you want, giving you greater flexibility, and let your webmasters focus on other important tasks.
A few weeks back, I received two emails back to back in my inbox. This is a regular occurrence of course, but both of these were promoting two different social analytics tools. One was for Instagram, the other for Pinterest. If you subscribe to news from any of the various social software programs, you’ll discover that they are quick to innovate a new way to track metrics for the latest social network.
Contractors, are you showing up on the first page of Google searches for prospects looking to buy your product in your area?
One of the most frequently asked questions we get from small business owners is “How can I show up #1 on Google?” The answer to that question is very complicated, and changes almost daily.
If you’ve been paying attention to any of the recent social media news, you’ll be certainly aware that there’s a new program that helps you to detect your “fake” followers on Twitter. Of course, I wanted to see how Three Deep was performing in this area.