The Secret Behind My 1,866,913 Monthly Search Visitors (It’s Not What You Think)

The Secret Behind My 1,866,913 Monthly Search Visitors (It’s Not What You Think)

How many visitors do you think NeilPatel.com generates each month? Maybe a million… maybe 2 million? I bet you’re going to guess 1,866,913. If that’s what you guessed, you are wrong. This blog actually generated 2,530,346 visitors. 1,866,913 is the number that came from search engines. So, what’s the secret to my ever-growing Google traffic?... Read More

CTAs and the Buyer’s Journey: How to Target the User at the Right Time

CTAs and the Buyer’s Journey: How to Target the User at the Right Time

Every buyer (potential or otherwise) is different and works through their purchasing decisions at a different pace. Calls to Action (CTAs) exist to be clicked on, to help facilitate those decisions, but the reasons why buyers click on them vary. As consumers drift further and further away from human interaction, preferring the convenience of online... Read More

CTAs and the Buyer’s Journey: How to Target the User at the Right Time

CTAs and the Buyer’s Journey: How to Target the User at the Right Time

Every buyer (potential or otherwise) is different and works through their purchasing decisions at a different pace. Calls to Action (CTAs) exist to be clicked on, to help facilitate those decisions, but the reasons why buyers click on them vary. As consumers drift further and further away from human interaction, preferring the convenience of online... Read More

Shopify now lets stores create AR experiences for iOS 12

Shopify now lets stores create AR experiences for iOS 12

[embedded content] Shopify unveiled Monday new tools for their vendors to create augmented reality (AR) experiences. The announcement comes on the heels of Apple’s Monday release of iOS 12, which includes new functionality that provides AR experiences from within a web browser. Shopify AR provides businesses with a toolkit to create their own AR experiences,... Read More

How to Use Creative Commons to Find Free Images

How to Use Creative Commons to Find Free Images

Many beginning bloggers turn to the image search in Google. But pictures found in this way are almost always subject to restrictive copyright terms. Creative Commons was created as an alternative to restrictive copyright laws, and allows authors and creators (of images, animations, music, and more) to license their works for distribution and further use.... Read More

Google may be planning a SoHo store

Google may be planning a SoHo store

Credit: Google Google is planning to open a store in SoHo after all. Three years after attempting to dispose of space it had leased on Greene Street, the tech giant appears to be arranging instead to open an outpost at the location, Crain’s New York Business reports. The 5,442-square-foot space could be Google’s first long-term... Read More