How to block Trump-loving Russian hackers in Google Analytics

This evening I happily made my way to AgileCMO’s Google Analytics to check in. Immediately I noticed unusual traffic coming from Russia, China, and Germany. I checked the languages and noticed as well some unwelcome visitors: Here at AgileCMO, we’re all about bringing people together, but suffice it to say we don’t speak– well–any of these languages. Taking a hint from lines 3 and 4, I came across this article on Vice about a Russian Read more…

5 Ways to Extend the Life of Your Content

Content marketers are in a constant battle to produce the most content, and the best content. And while the debate rages on about quality over quantity, Google sits somewhere in the middle with its Panda and Penguin algorithms – like another terrible Ford commercial saying, “Quality AND Quantity!” The other side of the coin is all this social business. On average, your tweet lasts 18 minutes. Unless you’re bull riding, 18 minutes isn’t very impressive Read more…

Find Lost Leads in your Database with these Custom Nurture Flows

We’ve all got the problem of unknown contacts in our database, just taking up space. But you can start to identify these unknowns living deep within your database abyss with these three nurture flows. Here, we’ll cover a few different flows I’ve designed to help identify lost contacts. Each flow is a bit different, and while it’s really up to you to decide the best option, we’re always available to help. Flow #1: Linear Focus Read more…

6 Ways Wearables Boost Health Club Loyalty

  Imagine, if you will, the mysterious unknown of everyone’s actual exercise habits. It’s a bit difficult, we know, because apps like MapMyRun and Fitbit allow users to share their wildly impressive 5 minute miles as the rest of us wipe the potato chip grease from our hands. With sales of wearables expected to be over $30 billon by 2020, health clubs are finding new ways to use data captured on them to their benefit Read more…