Published: May 25, 2016, 6:21 pm
Analytic data can be key to understanding customers and how people use your eCommerce site. While this information is gathered for you from tools such as Google Analytics, interpreting the numbers can be confusing at times. However, it’s in your best interest to know how visitors are interacting with the online store. It can be vital when discovering problem areas. Fixing these issues has potential to increase your monthly net income.
The bounce rate is an important aspect to consider. It shows when consumers arrive onto your site and immediately leave. You want this percentage to (Read more...
Published: May 11, 2016, 9:56 pm
Mid-summer of 2015, wondering what next after finishing my novel, I got a sudden epiphany: “The world is full of sorrow—inspire people.”
“But how?” I protested, being just one very insignificant atom in a giant universe.
“Post your original, unpublished, motivational/inspirational quotations on Google Plus,” the relentless voice whispered.
I thought I was losing my mind. The amount of time and work involved, not to mention giving away prized intellectual property for free? How could this be?
Reason, thankfully, did not prevail. I began posting quotes on Google Plus, and to my surprise, they were (Read more...
Published: January 22, 2016, 12:35 am
Your website looks good, is functional and provides a great user experience. But, can a disabled person use it? Can a visually-impaired person understand what your photos and other non-text aspects of your website are and do? If not, you may need to make some changes or you may receive a letter from lawyers threatening Americans with Disability Act, or ADA, claims.
When most people think of the ADA, they think of wheelchair ramps and braille on signs to enhance access by impaired individuals. The law may also apply to your website. And, even if it does not apply under (Read more...
Published: January 18, 2016, 9:58 pm
Guest Post: Gray Reed intellectual property attorney David Lisch provides this two part series on Basics of Intellectual Property Law for Start-Ups. Part one focused on trademarks and entity formation. This part focuses on patent law.
A patent protects “any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or any new and useful improvement thereof” 35 U.S.C. § 101. Unlike trademarks, which protect a brand name and recognition, a patent protects an invention, including functionality or design thereof. A patent gives the owner the exclusive right to manufacture products or employ processes covered by (Read more...
Published: November 24, 2015, 2:34 pm
My friend Rachel Parker of Resonance Content Marketing interviewed me for her PiNG Blog and podcast. For bloggers and other online content creators, we cover some do’s and don’ts on when you can borrow and what to do when someone has borrowed a little too much from you. You can listen here.
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