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  • The Influence Of Social Media By Amy Jo Martin

    Amy Jo Martin made an interesting comment about social media. “Social media is changing the way we communicate and the way we are perceived, both positively and negatively. Every time you post a photo, or update your status, you are contributing to your own digital footprint and personal brand.” (Martin, Web) This is the age of technology and social media. People all over the world can connect and help each other via social media. There are two different views as to how social media affects us. Some people think that social media can help us in numerous ways, while others think that it can cripple society. There are those that think that it can connect us even more than ever, then there are those that think that social media can make us even…

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  • The 10/90 Rule

    The 10/90 rule explains about how a Web Analyst leverages the gap between Technology, Process and People. As technology is required to capture the data, and technology is necessary to actually access and crunch the data. Technology alone, especially when it comes to data, is a critical component, but it is by no means the dominant part of the triangle. Most of the fortune 500 companies think of People first, then the Process and finally Technology. The strategic planning Business objectives are…

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  • Call Tracking

    Data displays differently now that websites must optimize for mobile devices, and many ads embed in videos or images rather than in actual advertisements. Added to these display issues is that fact that Google has tried to protect its customers? privacy ever since it changed the way it obtained data back in October 2011. Mining your Google Analytics might be a waste of time when it comes to people calling your phone number. Call tracking on web advertisements takes the mystery out of analyzing…

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  • Free Economy Model

    The internet, while initially being created by the United States military has changed into a consumer based system creating the most competitive market the world has ever seen (Barbook, 2005). This competitive marketplace introduced has radically changed modern day capitalism with the growth of new and alternative economic models. These models largely being introduced in Web 2.0 and advancing into the current Web 3.0 and Web 4.0 (Aghaei, 2012). The internet has allowed consumers to have more…

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  • The Importance Of Technology As A Part Of Our Culture

    from now to then but McLuhan theory "the medium is message" is something that still holds substance today because in class we pared up and we 're giving individual forms of mediums and discussed how a mobile, pencil, YouTube, and the Internet can be seen as a message to its audiences, I was given YouTube which I would say is a platform/host to different mediums and that I would incorporate his "global village" to YouTube and that brings smaller communities together with this platform that is…

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  • Social Media Strategy

    However, there are costs that should be considered in planning a social media campaign. Although not all costs are financial in this case, human capital should be accounted for as a cost. There are also opportunity costs. It should be considered what else an employee could be doing if they weren’t participating in the business’s social media strategy (Solomon, 2015). To track the results, a company must first identify their tracking mechanisms. The must find a baseline comparison and create a…

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  • Iphone Research Paper

    o Iphone and Nielsen 's Heuristic of Match between System and the Real World. The Iphone is one of the most recognized technological devices used in the modern day. Since its debut it has been praised for its accessibility, usability, and design. The Iphone ushered in a new phase to mobile technology linking music, web browsing and cell phone capabilities which revolutionized and ushered in the age of the smart phone. The real world user language utilized by the Iphone is familiar; it utilizes…

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  • Involving Families Through Internet-Based Communication

    The article provides important information in how we can communicate with parents using technology. As a parent It is important to always have a good communication with our children teachers or school. In this article we going to learn how to engage it, it provides us tips for Involving Families through Internet-Based Communication. Starting with the research, the research is clear that a family 's involvement in their child 's early education improves outcomes in areas such as the child 's…

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  • Early Web Analytics

    Early web analytics appeared in the mid 1990s after the first Mosaic browser was launched. The early analysis focused on showing the nature of the early Web. Because Websites only consisted of a single page, the clicks that came in would be easily accessible to evaluate. Traffic would mean you were doing well as it still means the same thing in today’s world. Webs today would even display a hit counters to determine the amount of visitors to a page. In today’s world, having just hit counters is…

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  • Google Analytics Case

    However, purchases have occurred predominantly among repeat customers, capturing repeat customers, including customers of Kayce Hughes, the former brand. It also suggests that revenue is being generated more from existing customers rather than new customers. Essentially, the three larger acquisition groups represent people that are already familiar with the brand (Google Analytics, 2016). In the context of measuring the success of the current online marketing plan for Peg and Kris, LLC, it…

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