Google Web Designer – Responsive Overview, Customer experience optimization, Google Tag Manager – Bulk Actions & More – [MMC-9]
Fun friday, today we focused on Google Web Designer tools and playing with banners. So while the coffee was still in the pot we took a look how the pros are doing that. Enjoy your weekend and try to learn something new
Google Web Designer – Responsive Overview
Powerful tool for agencies with less resources in Digital Design manpower, meaning, you can shout out some decent designed banners you produced.
In this video, Google Web Designer software engineer Joey provides an overview on Responsive. Learn what’s new in the responsive workflow that makes it so much easier to create a responsive layout.
Google Web Developer community turned out as a great resource for learning. This will not be the last time we talk about GWD but for now, since we were limited by time, we went back to reading… CRO was on the plate next
Customer experience optimization (CXO) for online stores
SEO and customer experience go hand in hand. These three SEO tactics won’t just fetch you higher rankings but also improve your customer experience. – Three proven SEO tactics by Seach Engine Watch
Google Tag Manager – Bulk Actions
New and fresh feature that rolled out by GTM developers should be most useful in a Digital Marketers Day.
The release of bulk actions in the Google Tag Manager user interface was very welcome. For years, GTM users had been struggling with a somewhat crippled workflow of item-by-item management. – Simo Ahava Blog
Then a daily dose of SEO
Maximize Internal Links
Are you using internal links to their full potential? Probably not. Luckily, Cyrus is here with five tips to help you boost your internal linking strategy — and your site performance — in this brand new Whiteboard Friday. – Moz Blog
When doing SEO stuff, one has to consult Neil and he’s blog – on Internal Linking, he has an extensive post and a great VIDEO where you can find all things needed for setting up a great structure
Inspired by this last one, we are going to create an auto update sheet for internal linking – Coming Soon