Back in the old days, the owner of a mom-and-pop store knew who was coming through the door, who'd sent them, what products were shifting and when to reorder. That's what analytics tells you – and more – for an online ecommerce business or website.
It’s much more worthwhile, from a business growth point of view, to get more business from the people you’re already working with. That can be a challenge for SEO managers.
Here are some of the key obstacles to social sharing along with suggestions for how to fix them.
This is a link to my online portfolio featuring a wide variety of work.
Please visit my online portfolio blog site. I have over 15 years of experience, so this site is a small sample of my work. Please let me know if you would like to see anything in more detail. thank you
A project for Esprit Ecuador. Photography and Design by me.
6 label folder for a Ecovillage Project. Drawings, Photo-merge, Branding and Design is made by me. This is a quick resume of the project.
A 4 label design. Where describes the story and bibliography resources of the Documentary. It use the references of the logo and off-road treatment of the documental. Also designed by me. Karen Gómez (TYN)
I have a limited number of articles under my name as the majority of the work I do is ghostwritten. Should you wish for more samples of what I have done - and can do - please email me directly at email@example.com. Thanks.
This is what I do https://www.behance.net/pellisco
As little as 100 years ago, the Florida Everglades sprawled over three million acres of wetland providing a unique ecosystem to America's southernmost state. Waters flowed from the Kissimmee River (just south of Orlando), south into Okeechobee River, spilling into the Everglades marshes and finally settling in the flats of Florida Bay. Wildlife thrived, fish were abundant and the water was clean. Life was good. Then Florida's peninsula saw an influx of humans who wanted to escape the bitter northern winters. With them came industry, housing, modern agriculture... and the beginning of the death of the Florida Everglades.
"The sky is falling! The sky is falling!" Chicken Little wasn't too far off the mark with his assertion that something disastrous was about to happen to the world. Did he sense that hundreds of years down the road the ozone layer would begin suffocating the world? Was this childhood story a way of warning us that the very air we breathe would be so damaged that life as it was in the day would be headed for doom?
One of the benefits of having readers leave comments is the conversations that come from them. Insightful comments offer reflective food for thought and fuel inspiration for future topics. Welcome to the birth of one such inspiration. One of my readers, Leslie, left an interesting comment on a previous post regarding global warming. In her comment, she asked the following question: "I do wonder however - how much bigger are the holes in the ozone now - than say, 10 or even 15 years ago?"
Coconut oil shows promise of slowing and possibly reversing the effects of Alzheimer's Disease. Ketones produced by coconut oil are received by the brain and act as fuel, keeping the cells alive.
Alarmingly many plastics contain toxins. Even if you're a scratch cook, you can still be contaminating your foods by using ingredients contained in or lined by plastic!
We Americans owe our freedom to the men and women of the military who put their lives on the line. Often they come home physically and spiritually shattered. You can help. Here's H.O.W.
By supporting our local farmers and consuming organic foods, we not only improve our health, but the health of our community, local economy and hopefully, the world.
How do you become your own person and make a mark in the world when you are the child of an international icon? Is it a blessing or a curse? This is an issue Julian Lennon has had to face.
I write regular content for GoBankingRates.com and their sister site, GoInsuranceRates.com (http://www.goinsurancerates.com/author/jessicab/)
I am a ghost blogger on this site and for some of their clients' sites: http://www.knowledgeanywhere.com/blog/news-and-events http://www.mmcomfortsystems.com/blog/news http://woodinvilleperio.com/blog/user/terryLaBell
This is my blog, focused on helping writers like myself make the most of their careers. I also developed the site's design.
Small business topics focused on client's core client base of restaurant owners and salons. No longer blogging here as the business is struggling. Also provided content for sister site, http://www.brightledsigns.com/blog/.
I have been ghost writing for this blog for the past two years, but the owner is facing some financial problems and blogging has been stopped. The focus was on research-driven posts to provide the best, most accurate dieting info available.
Lead blogger and content manager for the past five years. This topic is very close to my heart. Raised by a frugal mother born in post WWII Germany, making the most of limited resources is ingrained in my spirit. The client's business is suffering, so I am no longer a paid writer here. I volunteer posts as ideas come up because I have an emotional attachment to this blog in which I have invested so much time and energy.
Samples of blog posts, press releases, and factual essays.
I was the content producer for this site from 2010 through 2012. Now it is among 32+ news websites I have designed and coded. I programmed the templates that construct the site and the modules. The code is used to construct the sites listed here as well: http://gray.tv/index.php?page=interactive-map.
Article on the technical causes of speaker hum for computers.
Article on the roles and differences of wireless cable modems and wireless routers.
Tech writing tutorial example for checking the storage space on an iPhone.
Olympians make surprising choices to reach gold-medal glory; read about how college graduates can apply them to their own job searches.