Archive for 2011

Easily Market and Promote your eCommerce Items Directly on Facebook

Volusion is excited to announce a fantastic addition to their award-winning ecommerce platform, Social Store. Read more to learn how Qwodtech can help you use this innovative new Volusion tool to market and promote your items directly on Facebook!

Volusion Product Update: Social Store

article via: volusion.com

Completely free for all store plans using V11, Social Store allows you to extend your online business to over 700 million Facebook users by marketing and promoting the items of your choice. Better yet, you can design the look of your Social Store, promote your Deal of the Day and even provide a discount to customers who “Like” your Facebook Business Page!

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9 Crucial Google Analytics Setup Tips for Your Business Website You Can’t Afford to Overlook

by:Brad Gardner

Welcome!  In this article I am going to review 9 key areas of your Google Analytics setup that are crucial to the “analytic success” of your website that you must not overlook (but may have).

What is Google analytics?
Some say, this is the best analytical system on the internet today. No other system comes close to it!  Especially at the low, low price of: Free.  So, take advantage of this great free tool, Let’s get started…

Configuring Google Analytics for Optimal Reporting:

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Facebook for Business: Working with the Latest Facebook Changes

F8 facebook changesFacebook has made some changes recently that have split the user base as to whether or not they “like” the changes or not.  People are naturally adverse to change, but in this fast-paced Social Media world, “a change is a comin’ “.

If you use Facebook and Social Media for Business, as I do, it’s important to keep up with the changes and use them to your advantage before your competition does.  I thought I would take a look at some of the items you should look at more closely and hopefully help you to understand some of the features and terminology a little better.

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A Google Music Beta Test Install, Setup & Review

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A few weeks ago I applied to be in the queue for the Google Music Manager Beta version.  This evening I just received my invite!

This is to compete with other “cloud type music services” such as Apple’s iCloud service.  There are some major differences though as well as philosophical differences with what they are trying to accomplish.

So far the install has gone very fast and smooth. Upon following the link Google sent to me via my Gmail account,  I was sent to this page:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The “Learn More” reads as follows from Google: Read the rest of this entry »