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9 Web Analytics Metrics You Need to Know

9 Web Analytics Metrics You Need to Know

Is your website getting results for your business? There’s one great way to tell: website analytics. Using Google Analytics, you can find out a lot about how visitors are using your site and how effective it is at delivering results for your business. Here are the 9 key website metrics you need to be tracking.

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How to Tell When It's Time to Find a New Marketing Agency

How to Tell When It's Time to Find a New Marketing Agency

Having the right marketing agency is crucial to the success of your business. A marketing agency can help you outline a marketing strategy designed to reach your business goals, identify the right marketing tactics to achieve the results you want, and put those plans into action.

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What the New Tax Laws for Online Sales Mean for Your Ecommerce Site

What the New Tax Laws for Online Sales Mean for Your Ecommerce Site

For years, businesses were only required to collect state sales tax on online purchases if they operated a physical store in the state. Because traditional retailers had to charge sales tax on every purchase, that gave online retailers a price advantage over physical stores. As of last year, that could be changing.

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Our 10 Most-Read Digital Marketing Blogs of 2018

Our 10 Most-Read Digital Marketing Blogs of 2018

At Web Solutions, we consider it an important part of our job to share what we know about digital marketing, web design, and marketing strategy with our clients and the digital marketing community. Tactics, technology, and best-practices in the marketing industry evolve at a pretty rapid pace, so we're constantly learning and passing our knowledge on to you!

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How to Use Thought Leadership Content to Build Your Business

How to Use Thought Leadership Content to Build Your Business

Content serves many purposes in marketing—it can convey your brand’s story and purpose, extol the benefits of your products or services, and give customers more information about your company. But if a potential customer isn’t familiar with your brand, why should they believe what your content has to say? That’s where thought leadership comes in.

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