Google Analytics provides some great preconfigured reports to work with out of the box, but the ability to customize and build your own reports from scratch is what allows marketers to gain truly valuable insights from the tool.
You can define conversion any way you choose.
Marketers, especially those with longer sales cycles, often elect to call an email opt-in a conversion. It’s not wrong to do so; but let’s face it, most of your email subscribers don’t give you a lot of their time, and only a few give you their money.
It hasn’t been too long ago that LinkedIn morphed from a teeny professional networking site to an enormous world force. Ever since its beginning, B2B marketers have been trying to crack the code for B2B success. With all these millions of professionals in one place, surely there’s some way to open up the floodgates to leads, isn’t there?
List building is one of those things that marketers are always looking for ways to do better and faster. Even with the rise of social media and content marketing, email marketing continues to be one of the most effective digital marketing tactics; after all, when a consumer gives you her email address it means you have direct access to one of her most treasured (and nowadays heavily-guarded) possessions: her inbox.