How Many Users Have JavaScript Disabled

by Ruud Hein December 14th, 2010

Just how many people have JavaScript disabled?

Theres this blogging platform. Normally, blogging platforms can build up thousands of readers, but it could take years to do it. With this blogging platform, however, you could have over 1,000 readers in less than a month. Its crazy. The viral possibilities of this blogging platform are unreal. You may have 1,000 readers, but you […]

Trust symbols are visual signals to visitors that your site is trust-worthy. These symbols, often recognizable and provided by third parties, serve as an indication that your business is verifiably legitimate. Using trust symbols on your website, especially an e-commerce site, is known to have a strong positive impact on conversions. Below are seven trust […]

Proof Keywords Don’t Matter

by Rebecca Lehmann December 10th, 2010

Is it about checking your rankings for certain keywords? If so, which keywords? Which rankings? Yours or mine? What matters?

Understand who your prospects and customers are so you can fine-tune your marketing messages.

Practical Social Media (Part 1)

by Chris Sisco December 9th, 2010

What's your ROI for Social Media? (Return on Ignoring)

What the Chrome Web Store is, how it ties back into Chrome OS and how both tie back into your marketing.

SEP is the Subject of a Toronto Star Article

by Jeff Quipp December 8th, 2010

SEP has once again been the recipient of "great" press … this time with a 3/4 page article in the Small Business section of the Toronto Star. The article is titled "Ajax Firm is Searching for Success". Article writer Paul Brent wrote the article to highlight the success of SEP, but also to bring some […]

Writing isn't sitting down and waiting for the Muse to show up.

How To Track Clicks On #Anchors in Google Analytics

by Shockley Au December 7th, 2010

Last week, a question from a client landed in my inbox, about whether or not it was possible to track clicks on anchors/fragments. Good question! While the vanilla out-of-the-box Google Analytics doesn't do this, a little bit of customization with JavaScript can do the trick. Here's how.