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YouTube SEO – Your Miniature Guide

YouTube, the second largest search engine after Google, is the next best site that internet users visit for information. From hilarious cat videos to fascinating facts from around the globe and inspiring stories of our favourite idols, the list is endless.

With a spike in digital trends and the growing importance of videography as a medium of presentation, getting ourselves out there is important.

Now, let’s say, we managed to build our presence on YouTube. So, what next?

Getting noticed.

There’s been a rise in the use of videos in educational institutions, corporate organizations, industries and within households. With a spike in demand, the supply has also risen. The end result is increased competition in various niches on YouTube. Hence, standing out becomes all the more important.

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Conversion Rate Optimization

Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO)

What is Conversion Rate Optimization?

Conversion rate optimization (CRO) is the systematic process of optimizing your site or landing page experience based on website visitor behaviour to increase the percentage of visitors to a website that converts into customers. The CRO process involves understanding how users journey through your site, what actions they take, and what’s stopping them from completing your goals.

Simply Conversion rate optimization, or CRO, is the process of enhancing your website and content to boost conversions.

Benefits of CRO:

1. Improved customer insights

Conversion Rate Optimization can help you to better understand your target audience and find what language or messaging best speaks to their needs. Acquiring more people doesn’t increase your conversion if they’re not the right kind of people! So CRO looks at finding the right customers for your business.

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UAE Facebook User Statistics 2020

Did you know Facebook attracted 100 million new users in 2020, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic? If at all the year 2020 offered something good to someone, it is certainly to the social media industry. Read our blog to find out more about the impact of COVID-19 on businesses.

2020 has been a year of trials and tribulations for people as well as for the social media networks like Facebook. The social media giant was summoned by the U.S. court for its questionable acquisition of Instagram. But, apart from that and the one-month-long advertiser boycott, Facebook has succeeded in adding millions of new users to its global community.

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Google Analytics 4 Vs Universal Analytics

Google Analytics 4 Vs Universal Analytics

October has been a great month for those in the Analytics domain with Google finally unleashing the truly cross-platform & machine learning based Google Analytics 4(previously App+Web). Even though this has been in beta for over a year, analysts and marketers alike have still been wrapping their heads on the new GA4 property. All analytics groups have been buzzing with questions like” do we need to have apps for using GA4” “should we migrate to GA4?” etc. This led us to write a blog comparing Universal Analytics and GA4 which could resolve some of the queries that you might have regarding the new GA4 and its impact on the existing setup.

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Introduction to GA4


Google recently announced one of the major updates in its analytics domain which has been in beta for over a year Google Analytics 4(previously App+Web). With the rapid increase in the number of new platforms be it apps or the IoT devices there has been a huge increase in the data source in analytics and a need to unify these streams within Google Analytics has always been a challenge.

Until recently, web analytics was different from apps in the sense that the dimension and metrics used for the reporting were atypical even though the end conversion(purchase, form fill or any other action) would be the same across the different platforms.

GA4 allows users to connect app and website data within one property, thereby unifying the interaction across devices and platforms to better comprehend the cross-platform customer journey that led to the conversion. GA4 with its cross-platform and predictive analytics capabilities is surely the next biggie in a cookie-less future in the biggest indicator being that GA4 is now the default property in Google Analytics accounts.

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Web Analytics Platform

Why is Google Analytics the favourite Web Analytics Platform in the UAE?

Right from the top news portals in the UAE, from Dubai to Abu Dhabi use Google Analytics. Check out Albayan.ae, GulfNews.com, Alittihad.ae, TheNational.ae. Corporates like MAF, Al Tayer, MAF Properties, Emmar, Nakheel use Google Analytics. UAE’s very own e-commerce portal Noon.com is also on Google Analytics.

Analytics tools have multiplied in numbers in recent years, thanks to the data explosion. From Adobe Analytics to Kissmetrics, SEMRush and Wix Analytics, the list is growing, making it rather difficult for companies to find one that fits their marketing needs.

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dubai facebook users stats

Dubai Facebook Statistics 2020

From its humble beginnings to becoming the world’s most influential social media platform, Facebook has seen phenomenal growth in 16 years, attracting 2.6 billion monthly users from across the world. In fact, the story of its inception had even inspired Hollywood filmmakers to make an Oscar-winning biopic of Mark Zuckerberg called “The Social Network”, one of the highest-grossing films of 2010.

As in the US, Facebook also gained wide acceptance and prominence in the rest of the world. Even in Dubai alone, the platform boasted a user base of 4.5 million people in 2018. However, with the rise of other social media platforms with almost the same features and services, like sharing thoughts, posting photos and videos and following brands, it is now time to check the present trend of the platform. Does Facebook have the same popularity that it once had?

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Google Analytics

Understanding Web Analytics. Why leveraging it matters?

If you’re new to digital marketing, you would have come across the term web analytics for sure. In this article we’re going to explain web analytics and what it means to your website – often the foundation structure of your digital marketing ecosystem.

What is Web Analytics?

Web Analytics Conversion Funnel

Web analytics is collecting, measuring and understanding data about people visiting your website — hereafter referred to as user behavior on your website. Using web analytics you get details about the whereabouts of your visitors, what led them to your site, the pages of your website they interacted with and the time they spent on your website. If your website is an e-commerce website, you can keep tabs on a buyer’s journey, conversion rates and overall performance of your digital marketing campaigns.

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Bounce Rate

Bounce Rate in Google Analytics

What is Bounce Rate?

The bounce rate is the percentage of your website’s visitors who have left the website without visiting any other page on the website. The page the visitor landed is called the entrance or the landing page.

In Google’s words, it’s the percentage of people that leave your website without doing anything or browsing any further.

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