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Better QA With Google Tag Manager Environments

Google Tag Manager, our favorite free tag management solution, has always struggled with its enterprise-worthiness. There are many features still lacking, most of which have to do with working in multi-user environments. Now, grab the last word of that sentence (see what I did there), and hug it tightly, for GTM just introduced a new, […]
The post Better QA With Google Tag Manager Environments appeared first on Simo Ahava's blog. http://bit.ly/1RnN5mO
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The new Google+. Can you see the difference?
https://plus.google.com/+BigTurns-Ecommerce
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There's a good series on YouTube for Google's Best Practices.

https://youtu.be/MpW96jIG0iM
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AlfaStrakhovanie Doubles Transaction Rates With Google Analytics Enhanced Ecommerce

http://bit.ly/1XXYFH4
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Introducing the Definitive Guide to Data-Driven Attribution

http://bit.ly/1MQD3dY
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AdWords update: cross-device data now included in the Conversions column and integrated with automated bidding

http://bit.ly/1MQBXyT
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How To Suck At Social Media: An Indispensable Guide For Businesses

Facebook, at last count, has 1.5 billion monthly active users. YouTube has 1.2 billion users (watching 6 billion hours of videos!). Instagram has an estimated 400 million users. Those are some big gigantic numbers! I believe that every human with time to spare, and a connection to the web, should be on social media. The […]
How To Suck At Social Media: An Indispensable Guide For Businesses is a post from: Occam's Razor by Avinash Kaushik http://bit.ly/1QekXBX
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Do you feel sorry for AMEX? Costco pays less than 0.6% for credit card transactions. And they say the average "Swipe Fee" is 2.5%. So that means there are a large percent of businesses paying AMEX north of 3% to process a transaction. I don't feel sorry for AMEX at all.
http://www.bloomberg.com/features/2015-how-amex-lost-costco/
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Google AdWords - Search Ads for your Business
http://bit.ly/1NyHAjd
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