June 2019 / 51 posts found

9+ Must-Track eCommerce KPIs to Ensure Google Ads Success

by koku_jin
Last month we looked at all the top eCommerce KPIs to follow and how to create your own based on your goals. But what about those KPIs that specifically help you monitor and optimize your Google ads? What are the must-track PPC KPIs to ensure your ads are not only bringing in a lot of juicy, targeted traffic, but doing so within your budget? You asked, we answered! This week we will run through the 9+ most important Google Ads KPIs and metrics to monitor to ensure Google Ads success. Ultimately helping you to increase conversions and order values while […]

Your Greatest Reward…

by koku_jin
Please imagine a few possible scenarios for yourself…. You desire to write a bestselling book.  You take writing courses, attend workshops, and work on honing your craft.  You write every day for months and months.  Finally, you start your book and after months of hard effort complete it.  It gets accepted by a publisher and it debuts on the New York Times bestseller list! That isn’t your greatest reward… You know you need to lose 15 or 20 pounds.  You’ve known it for a long time.  Finally, you’re fed up.  (Literally and figuratively.)  You make a plan.  Hire a trainer, […]

Cancer Wellness & Reiki: Success Tips for Patients & Practitioners

by koku_jin
One of my Reiki students’ enthusiasm and dedication to Reiki practice are contagious, and she carries the practice with grace and professionalism. I was organizing the Reiki Room and a talk for the Cancer Wellness Expo when she asked for mentoring how to introduce Reiki at her corporate workplace. So even though she’d been practicing for barely six months, I invited her to offer Reiki chair treatment at the Cancer Wellness Expo. And she did! The Cancer Wellness Expo was a huge success and the Reiki Room was too. Participants rated their Reiki experience high among many valuable offerings, and asked for […]

Quick Signature: Tell Congress to support the Women’s Health Protection Act!

by koku_jin
Last Friday, Missouri came one step closer to becoming the first state in the nation without an abortion clinic when its health department rejected a license renewal for the St. Louis Planned Parenthood location. Across the country, women’s reproductive rights are under attack — now more than ever. That’s why we’re asking members of Congress to STOP these plans to roll back our rights to reproductive health and freedom once and for all by passing the Women’s Health Protection Act (S.1645 / H.R. 2975). *Quick Signature: Tell lawmakers to support the Women’s Health Protection Act NOW! Most women who have […]

Top 25 Mindfulness Audio Podcasts & Radio You Must Subscribe and Listen to in 2019

by koku_jin
Top 25 Mindfulness Podcasts Mindfulness Podcasts. The Best Mindfulness Podcasts from thousands of Mindfulness Podcasts on the web using search and social metrics. Subscribe to these audio podcasts because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality episodes. These podcasts are ranked based on following criteria Google reputation and Google search ranking Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites Quality and consistency of episodes. Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review Contents [show]  1 Mindfulness Podcast Newsletter 2 Mindfulness Podcasts 2.1 Mindfulness Mode 2.2 The JOY Factor | Mindfulness, Compassion, […]

Why Outsourcing Your Lead Generation Strategy Might Be a Good Idea

by koku_jin
Lead generation is an undoubtedly critical component to any marketing strategy — in fact, 85% of B2B marketers say lead generation is their most important content marketing goal. However, lead generation can be time-consuming and challenging, particularly since there’s no one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to lead generation. If you own a business or lead a marketing department, it’s vital you assess the extent of your capabilities to decide whether it makes more sense to hire and train someone in-house to market and sell your product, or whether you should outsource your marketing and lead generation efforts. There are advantages […]

The Ultimate Guide to Product Marketing in 2019

by koku_jin
During the 1950s, Volkswagen sold a bus. Although now considered a classic vehicle, the bus remains an icon for the car company decades later. The cool part? Volkswagen just introduced their new VW Bus this year — it’s electric and features modern and sleek styling. Volkswagen’s marketing for the vehicle is eye-catching, unique, and fun, and it fits the original “hippie” vibe the company was once known for. Source Volkswagen also released a TV commercial for the bus that’s clever, minimalist, and on-brand. It introduces the new vehicle with the song The Sound of Silence playing in the background (hint: […]

New Research Is Focusing on Treating Teens’ Suicidal Thoughts With Support of Friends, Family

by koku_jin
A 16-year-old boy, a high school athlete with good grades, told his therapist that he was thinking about taking his own life. That therapist, Dennis Kolsch, got him admitted to an inpatient ward. “He didn’t have a great experience in there, but he was safe,” said Kolsch, a licensed mental health counselor in Cocoa Beach, Florida. “The family felt comforted knowing that.” Teens leaving an inpatient program like this one will have discharge instructions on how to continue care, which usually includes medications and psychotherapy. The boy was discharged to Kolsch’s care, but Kolsch knew that weekly or biweekly therapy […]

Six whimsical mid-century designs featured in Denver’s Serious Play exhibition

by koku_jin
An exhibition at the Denver Art Museum showcases over 200 pieces with a playful spirit that were created by US-based industrial and graphic designers in the 1950s and ’60s. Curator Darrin Alfred selects his highlights. The show, Serious Play: Design in Midcentury America, presents furniture, textiles, posters, toys and other pieces created in the postwar era by more than 40 America-based designers, including Charles and Ray Eames, Alexander Girard and Isamu Noguchi. With over 250 pieces on view, the show is meant to reveal how designers were influenced by the notion of play, and how it was incorporated into their […]

How to Cover a Concrete Patio With Pavers

by koku_jin
Overview: Build a paver patio with less work Concrete patio slabs Concrete patios are typically plain and often show cracks. Patio after setting pavers over concrete patio slabs Pavers dress up the patio and make it an attractive outdoor living space. A concrete patio is made for practicality, not beauty. It starts out looking plain and goes downhill from there. As craters, cracks and stains accumulate, it can go from dull to downright ugly in just a few years. But there’s a simple solution, whether you want to dress up a bland patio or hide an aging one. Covering concrete […]