Did you ever wonder about the people behind Agents of Value? Who is the virtual assistant sending you that SEO rankings report every week? Who’s the graphic artist that continues to come up with fresh new designs day in and day out? We thought it would be interesting to shoot a few videos showing some of the great people that make Agents of Value one of the best staff leasing services in the world today. Jennifer, project management virtual assistant Adrian, graphic artist Special thanks to Jen and Adrian for participating in this project. Also, I’d like to give a shout out to our Makati based video production team, Florie and Ian, who organized everything here – conceptualizing the ideas, signing up the talent, organizing a shoot, and finally producing the videos. Nice job! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel to stay up to date with new videos from Agents of Value!
Facebook and Twitter remains to be two of the Most Popular Social Networking Websites as of recent online reviews. Social networking sites have been the main platform in connecting to people all over the world in the era of Web 2.0. These sites have been providing free services in letting individuals create their online representation (often called a profile). Social Networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter is a common ground, not just for individuals, but for online business marketers as well, with fan pages or tweet advertising. I will assume that the one reading this article is either a newbie or an expert. My apologies for the latter if this might bore you since this was written mainly for a newbie’s benefit. But please feel free to stay for a little while, it is deeply appreciated. Now, let me go back to my point. Online businesses found many ways in tracking their progress with social media sites, and Google Analytics have been a very dependable tool. Google Analytics is a powerful software which let [...]
Ever since the days of the Google Panda update, more and more online publishers are returning to their roots, to focus on publishing well written, objective content. Publishers with too much low quality, filler style contents got hammered, and lost lots of their traffic. So, webmasters do have an strong incentive to filter through their content and buff up the pages that are lacking in quality. But if you have a big WordPress site with lots of pages and posts already, how can you go back and objectively decide which contents are good, and which ones are low quality? There are some WordPress plugins out there already that ask the reader to give a 5 stars rating, after they’ve read the post. A perfect example is the very excellent GD Star Rating plugin. The user interface is very simple, and intuitive. Recently, we started noticing that most pages on Wikipedia have a ‘rate this page’ feature at the bottom of the page. They specifically ask the reader to rate the page based on very Google [...]
Generally saying: Goals can be defined in many ways: An achievement towards where effort is directed, a measurable end result to be achieved in a timeframe or a process that can be applied to an area of one’s life. In Google Analytics: Goals are page activities essential to the success of your website. These are the criteria you can set in order to track if your objective was met, to estimate ROI for E-commerce websites or to find out if visitors turn to customers. Goals are recorded when visitors reaches those specified pages in your website. What are your Goals? A few of the many questions you can ask yourself before setting up your goals are: What would you like to measure? Are you going after sales? Do you want to know if visitors care enough to want to know your business? Do you want visitors to spend more time on your site? Are you after conversions? Still can’t work out your goals? I have gathered information online for ideas on which goals to track [...]
Watching life streamer, Jonathan Harris talk on how he had documented a Whale Hunt in Alaska piqued my interest when he shared how he had made a program to make a story using the cataloged data and images he took of the Whale Hunt. Life today is dependent on the visual, though I wouldn’t want to admit it myself, we live in a world where the coming generation will be more visual and maybe less imaginative. In months of studying Google Analytics, the significance of story telling and visualization must be spot on when it comes to using data to effect a change and to call to attention actionable insights. Though Google Analytics is complete in documentation about the how-to’s for the web tracking tool, it is the analytics ninjas who are hard-pressed to get results from the data presented. Though you can spew out exquisite looking web analyst reports, it is the action and the outcome the foot high print outs you supply every department or your HIPPOS which will define your success. You [...]