E-Insight Digital Marketing Blog
23 November 2009, Rupert Hughes
When it comes to UX, companies’ internal systems (such as customer service or product management software) are often ignored, but a little investment here can reap big rewards elsewhere.
20 November 2009, Jonathan Saipe
Jim Sterne reports on the The Feedback Loop Gap where organisations have web analytics data but they rarely act on it.
2 November 2009, Rupert Hughes
“Don’t Make Me Think” and “First, Do No Harm”. Read Rupert Hughes’ view on the phrases that encapsulate what user experience (UX) is all about…
1 November 2009, Jonathan Saipe
Yes ok this video clip is 3 years old but it still makes me laugh.
21 October 2009, Jonathan Saipe
Yesterday Google announced the roll-out of more enterprise-level features within Google Analytics. For a free web analytics service which has already surpassed itself and the competition, these new features make Google Analytics all the more compelling.
19 October 2009, Rupert Hughes
The much-referenced Pareto principle states that for many things in life, 80% of their effect is derived from 20% of their cause. This may be a great rule of thumb for running a business, but it’s a dreadful one for designing a user experience…
19 October 2009, Jonathan Saipe
For a number of years, the issue of duplicate content has been a hot topic for many SEO professionals. This month sees the launch of a parameter handling tool within Google’s webmaster tools; a tool that assists webmasters and developers when constructing URLs that could cause duplicate content issues…
14 October 2009, Jonathan Saipe
Emarketeers are thrilled to announce the launch of Media Academy, a brand new partnership with The Guardian aimed at helping individuals and businesses reach their “digital potential”.
11 October 2009, Jonathan Saipe
I’ve left it rather late to book Christmas flights to Australia this year. And as it gets closer to Christmas, the prices inevitably rise steeply. Clearly the early bird catches the worm when it comes to Christmas getaways. The question is, has seasonal search behaviour for “Christmas flights” changed since 2005?