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Measurement is constantly evolving, and while metrics by themselves each tell us something interesting, they do not necessarily tell the whole story or equally important, what to do next. In essence, our tools provide the what, but not always the why. As marketers and analysts, we need to put in ...
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Seven Must-Have Metrics to Keep in Your Email Marketing Toolbox
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Email Marketing - How are you measuring the success of your emails? Chances are you're already using some basic metrics. Here are some other

Google Testing Removing Line Separator Between Search Ads & Organic ...
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Google is testing removing the divider between the ads and free listings in the search results. Will it lead to more searcher confusion?

The Ultimate Facebook Page Template
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Do you know how to create a Facebook Page? Here’s a Facebook Page template to help you out.

5 PPC Testing Myths & Mistakes: How To Avoid Them!
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Columnist Mona Elesseily has run a lot of landing page tests over the course of her career -- and seen a lot of these mistakes repeated over

Visual Marketing: How to Create Shareable Content - #infographic
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Did you know that 63 percent of social media is made up of images and that nearly 66 percent of updates on social media are visual content.

Ultimate Trick to Going Viral
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Google Launches Major Push To Get Local Businesses Online, Improve Data
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New site offers tools, content and solicits business owners to update information.

How Copywriting Can Build Your Brand Authority
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Writing - When you're recognized as a brand authority, you become the go-to business in your industry, you can be more selective with client

How-to Get the Most Out of YouTube Interactive Cards [#TubeTalk #65]
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YouTube Interactive Cards enable creators to add an extra layer of interactivity to their videos. We discuss how to get the most out of this

7 Questions You Need To Ask When Adding Social Media Buttons To Your Blog
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Social media buttons are often done badly.This can lead to little sharing. On a social web that is a disaster. So how can you increase your

Evolving Beyond The Conversion With Neil Hoyne - Analytics Blog
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Measurement is constantly evolving, and while metrics by themselves each tell us something interesting, they do not necessarily tell the who

26 Blogging Tools to Simplify Your Life: An A-Z List |
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A couple weeks ago, John Mueller of Google hinted subdomain support is coming to the Google Webmaster Tools Change of Address tool, well, to

7 Neglected Ways to Promote Your Content on Social Media
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Social networks provide a wealth of opportunity for content promotion. Here are 7 neglected ways. How many are you using?

The "Why" of Content Marketing - SEMrush Blog
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Last month, my car window fell into my car door. Pushing the window control resulted in all sorts of grinding. Awesome. Being the do-it-myse

Get a custom URL for your YouTube channel - Plus Your Business
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If you are looking at some advice about URLs and YouTube, Peggy K has you covered here!

Optimizing for AdWords Display Campaigns: Demographics, Ads, Mobile | SEW
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Consider the following tips when rolling up your sleeves for optimizations in the Google Display Network.

16 Things You Should and 16 Things You Should NOT Do on Social Media [In...
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Advanced Content Analysis in Google Analytics
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With the right setup, Google Analytics offers far more than the standard built-in metrics for your content. This post shows how to use conte

Waited too long to Try We always talked of going Antalya but never quite made it until the other day, what a big mistake. You will find a welcoming atmosphere with very friendly ans attentive staff. There is a comprehensive menu giving you a wide chose depending on what you feel like eating. The food I ordered was a Lamb Casserole which was absolutely delicious and plentiful and a house red that fitted perfectly with the food. Added to this was the complimentary service before and after meal was a nice touch. We will be returning at the first opportunity and would recommend it. Please bear in mind that the food is fresh which means it takes a little longer and you get to enjoy the atmosphere longer too.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
A Little Gem Don't be fooled by the unassuming exterior inside there is a little gem. This is a family run Meze & Tapas restaurant which reminds me of places in the Greek Islands,Cyprus and Crete. This is firstly done by the Owner and Staff who are friendly and efficient whilst creating a relaxed atmosphere making the whole experience that much more enjoyable. The second is the food which is superb and freshly prepared and a menu that allows you to have as much or little as takes your fancy. Although you may have to wait a little for your food as we did this is no hardship due to the atmosphere that has been created and a good bottle of wine. I would recommend Yamas without hesitation and will certainly be returning.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
A Memorable Meal The beauty of La Tasca is that you can have as much or as little as you want. On this occasion it was a bread and oil starter with 4 tapas dishes to follow. The bread as usual was delicious, the surprise was the new potato dish with blue cheese was to die for (if you like blue cheese) along with goats cheese and tomato salad, Pork meatballs along with the friendly staff made it a memorable meal. Although I do have to say as we were there at 8.00pm on a Friday evening it was very noisy purely because of the number of people.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
If your looking for a traditional pub that is a bit battered with a mishmash of different table and chairs then Langtry's is for you. I love the eccentricity of the place but above all it serves good beer, wine and food. Pound for pound it serves the best Fish chips and mushy peas around. To round all this off I have always had great service from the people behind the bar
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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A Unique Experience This place certainly has a style of its own and it carries it off very well. The food was excellent and the 2 courses were well presented and tasted as good as they looked. The staff were very friendly and attentive allowing the meal to proceed at a smooth pace without feeling hurried. I would recommend them and will certainly be returning.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
A Very Pleasant Experience Having spent a few hours at the National Brewery Centre whilst trying our free samples of beer we decided to eat at the Brewery Tap Restaurant and very glad we did. We what I can only say is the best Steak and Ale pie I have ever had called The White Shield. It is served with vegetables and their chunky chips along with ale gravy the whole meal was delicious. Make sure you have a spoon to get the last of the gravy. Along with a well cooked meal the staff delightfully welcoming and friendly which give the place a great ambiance. I have no hesitation in recommending it
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
If you like Italian then this is well worth going to. From entering to the simple layout and décor to the smile faces of the waiters, it has charm in bucket loads. The most difficult decision was what to choose from the menu. The food appears to be cooked to order as it takes a little longer to arrive but is always hot and wonderful and I wouldn't have it any other way. I will be gracing its doors soon again I hope.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago