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The Beginner's Guide to Databox

What is Databox?

“Databox is business analytics KPI dashboard. It gathers all your metrics in one place and helps you deliver the crucial KPIs across multiple devices.”

Basically, Databox makes it easier to monitor your marketing activity and measure ROI by pulling all your important data into one dashboard for easy access and monitoring. The databoards created within Databox are visually appealing, highly customizable, real-time, interactive reports — it doesn’t get much better than that.

Databox allows you to connect with a wide range of data sources — you can check out the full list here. If you don’t already have an account, you can go to Databox.com to sign up for a 15-day free trial.

How to add users to your Google adwords & analytics accounts: 2018 Edition

When onboarding a new client, we typically request access to their Google accounts, both AdWords and Analytics, if they have them. It’s not uncommon for clients to have no idea how to fulfill this request — that’s why they’re hiring someone to handle the accounts for them, right?

Managing Your Business Facebook

 

Should my business be on Facebook?

The short answer here is: Yes. Here are some stats we found on SearchEngine Journal that show just how big Facebook is and what kind of exposure it can give your business:

  • 700 million daily users
  • 150 billion connections
  • 25% of Facebook users checking their accounts five or more times per day
  • More than 645 million views on local business Facebook pages and over 13 million comments in an average week
  • 33% of millennial consumers say they’re more likely to buy from a company if it has a Facebook page

What is the optimal keyword density percentage to use in a blog?

If you are familiar with SEO (search engine optimization) chances are you've heard of keyword density. Keyword density is the percentage of the number of times a keyword appears on a page divided by the total number of words in that page. Sounds like a simple formula, right? Well, there is actually a lot more to consider when using keywords and optimizing your webpage.

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