Bloggers Digest 2/6/09

If you’re new here, welcome! And thanks for subscribing to Get Elastic. Friday is Blogger Digest day where we highlight posts from other blogs that are of value and interest to online retailers and Internet marketers.

If you missed the Shop.org Strategy and Innovation Forum, you can catch up on all the excellent blog recaps on the Shop.org blog. Jason Billingsley contributed 3 entries:

Thanks again to everyone who cast their vote for PPC Copywriting: The Evolution of a PPC Split Test in this year’s SEMMYs. You helped me win the SEMMY for PPC this year. Y’all rock.

  • Missed the latest Marketing Experiments webinar on email optimization? You can check out the full replay or research brief. Links on the Marketing Experiments Blog.
  • Avinash Kaushik recommends 4 different success metrics for 4 different stages of the buying cycle. What would you measure as a success metric for branded keywords vs. category keywords? Stumped? Read this article.
  • An analytics report I can’t live without is Referring Keywords, which shows the search queries that send visitors to your site from each search engine. Michael Vandemar recently blogged about the impact that Google’s apparent experimentation with AJAX in search result pages will have on every analytics tool out there. In a nutshell, you’ll lose the ability to track referring keywords from Google which would be a disaster for Internet marketers. We’ll keep our eye on this.
  • Brendan Regan explains the problem with wish lists including how they may actually increase cart abandonment, ironically. Check out his wish list for wish lists.

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3 Responses to “Bloggers Digest 2/6/09”

  1. Linda — Thanks for another great reading list and congrats on the SEMMY. It’s well deserved.

  2. Hi Linda,

    Thanks for providing such a comprehensive list. Congratulations on your SEMMY.

    Ryan

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