Specific details or parts of a strategy that will contribute to accomplishing a goal. Can be a method or an action.to the top
Are you just trying to grow your online business and getting swamped in a sea of buzzwords and jargon? digital marketing is full of them and although they are often used excessively, sometimes they are needed to appropriately explain something, or so the eMarketers will tell you.
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In social media, a tag indicates or labels what content is about.to the top
Once BrandsEye has found and updated your account with new mentions , duplicate mentions are excluded by the filter and you have the opportunity to tag each mention, ranking it in terms of a number of pre-determined criteria. This will ensure that mentions requiring immediate attention are noted and less significant ones will sink to the bottom of the pile.to the top
Determining one's niche marketing audience of individuals within a group.to the top
Classification and division into ordered categories, usually hierarchical. In social media, taxonomy can refer to the categorisation of content on the Internet.to the top
Text emails or plain text emails do not contain graphics or any kind of markup.to the top
Tomcat is a server solution based on the Java Platform that supports the Servlet and JSP specifications. It is open source technology.to the top
A row of buttons or icons - which can be horizontal or vertical - that allow the user to select certain desktop or software functions.to the top
Every instance that the consumer comes into contact with a brand.to the top
A mechanism used in a blog that shows a list of entries in other blogs that refer to a post on the first blog.to the top
Measuring the effectiveness of a campaign by collecting and evaluating statistics.to the top
A piece of code that tracks a user’s interaction and movement through a website.to the top
Newspapers, magazines, television and publishing houses make up the realm of traditional media.to the top
This refers to the visitors that visit a website.to the top
The brave employee who manages the internal work flow of an agency.to the top
The speed at which data is transferred across a network.to the top
A micro-blogging platform allowing individuals to communicate directly with their followers.to the top