Websites are now ever more popular than they were 10 years ago, internet usage is going up dramatically and it’s only going to increase as more and more parts of the world are becoming connected. Because more and more people are becoming connected, they’re also looking to have their own websites. However developing a website there are a lot of things to consider, it needs to be thought out.
Pixaal have put together an infographic showing 26 things you’ll need to note before developing a site. Information like this will be nothing to web designers and developers, but for those who are just about to get started, it can be very useful.
Actionly – provides social media monitoring, social integration with Google Analytics and a workflow model for social media management Consumer Barometer – provides insight into how consumers use online and offline information sources in their purchase process Crowdbooster – provides real-time Twitter and Facebook analytics, allows users to customize the data range, shows which messages had the highest engagement and identify biggest social advocates Simply Measured – provides easy Social Media Measurement and Analytics for data-driven agencies and social media managers; offers free reports on Facebook Pages, Twitter profiles, Google+ pages, Pinterest accounts, YouTube channels and Instagram posts True Social Metrics – inspired by analytics guru Avinash Kaushik, it provides insights on his four “best social media metrics”: conversion rate, amplification rate, applause rate and economic value Twitter: Topsy – provides the ability to count searched for terms, topics and hashtags, discover the most influential Twitter users by any topic and measure the exposure of events and campaigns Tweet Reach – provides analysis of tweets that match searched for terms as well as reports the exposure and reach data for those tweets Google Plus:
All My Plus – provides social analytics data on your Google+ page profile as well as your page’s followers, circles and communities that you are a member of Pinterest & Instagram: Curalate – provides visual analytics of your brand’s images on Pinterest and Instagram at a pixel level to measure conversations around your brand’s visual content Pin Alerts – provides the same functionality as Google Alerts, where the site notifies you whenever via email whenever a user has pinned content related to your brand or searches you have set up Piqora – provides a suite of Pinterest analytics on pins, boards, clicks and pages that help brands engage, grow and measure their audience on Pinterest.
- Posted by David Wood http://hospitalitybusinesscoach.weebly.com