The Pacific Creative Group http://www.preparedpantryblog.com The Best Digital Marketing Agency in Vancouver Tue, 04 Feb 2020 21:20:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.2 http://www.preparedpantryblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/cropped-pcg_square_logo-32x32.png The Pacific Creative Group http://www.preparedpantryblog.com 32 32 How to Set Up Your Google Analytics Profile Like an Expert Digital Marketer http://www.preparedpantryblog.com/how-to-set-up-google-analytics-for-wordpress/ Sun, 18 Nov 2018 20:29:52 +0000 http://nanum.pixerex.com/demo-import/?p=460 By Nick Wells, Marketing Director of Vancouver’s Best Digital Marketing Agency, the Pacific Creative Group Learning how Google Analytics works helps local business owners understand: Who’s coming to your site The type of text and creative they want to see, and User behavior My favorite bit about all of this? Google Analytics is 100% free […]

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By Nick Wells, Marketing Director of Vancouver’s Best Digital Marketing Agency, the Pacific Creative Group

Learning how Google Analytics works helps local business owners understand:

  • Who’s coming to your site
  • The type of text and creative they want to see, and
  • User behavior

My favorite bit about all of this? Google Analytics is 100% free to use.

And the moment you get your profile up and running, you’ll be able to track visitor metrics, KPI’s, and finally definitively prove whether or not your online efforts are translating into positive ROI. Kind of important, right?

That being said, the process of getting started with Google Analytics can be a bit tricky for some. Luckily, the stellar team at the Pacific Creative Group has decided to put up an excellent guide for marketers, business owners, and, honestly, anybody, that teaches you how to quickly set up a bomb Analytics profile.

Liked the beginning of this post? It’s still in progress,?but check back often while our team is working on it!

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A Comprehensive Guide to Local SEO in 2018 http://www.preparedpantryblog.com/a-comprehensive-guide-to-local-seo-in-2018/ Sun, 18 Nov 2018 20:29:48 +0000 http://nanum.pixerex.com/demo-import/?p=459 By Wolf Richter, a San Francisco based executive, entrepreneur, start up specialist, and author, with extensive international work experience. Leveraged loans,” extended to junk-rated and highly leveraged companies, are too risky for banks to keep on their books. Banks sell them to loan mutual funds, or they slice-and-dice them into structured Collateralized Loan Obligations (CLOs) […]

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By Wolf Richter, a San Francisco based executive, entrepreneur, start up specialist, and author, with extensive international work experience.

Leveraged loans,” extended to junk-rated and highly leveraged companies, are too risky for banks to keep on their books. Banks sell them to loan mutual funds, or they slice-and-dice them into structured Collateralized Loan Obligations (CLOs) and sell them to institutional investors. This way, the banks get the rich fees but slough off the risk to investors, such as asset managers and pension funds.

Expressing the opposite view is Paul Krugman, who writes, “Trade isn’t a zero-sum game: it raises the productivity and wealth of the world economy.” And the corollary also applies as well: any action taken to disrupt the free flow of goods between countries is likely to provoke a counter-reaction, the result being a trade war in which every country loses out
The two “sacred tenets,” free trade and comparative advantage, are inextricably linked.

After all, a “comparative advantage” begets the question, compared to what? We export goods to other nations when we can do that relatively better than they can and likewise import goods or services that we have a comparative disadvantage in producing.

So tropical fruit is exported from, say, Mexico or Chile, rather than from Canada. And Australia’s abundance of natural resources explains why it has become a mining superpower. Of course, this classical model of trade and comparative advantage breaks down somewhat in an ultra-globalized world in which capital accounts have been largely liberalized.

Leveraged loans,” extended to junk-rated and highly leveraged companies, are too risky for banks to keep on their books. Banks sell them to loan mutual funds, or they slice-and-dice them into structured Collateralized Loan Obligations (CLOs) and sell them to institutional investors. This way, the banks get the rich fees but slough off the risk to investors, such as asset managers and pension funds.

Expressing the opposite view is Paul Krugman, who writes, “Trade isn’t a zero-sum game: it raises the productivity and wealth of the world economy.” And the corollary also applies as well: any action taken to disrupt the free flow of goods between countries is likely to provoke a counter-reaction, the result being a trade war in which every country loses out
The two “sacred tenets,” free trade and comparative advantage, are inextricably linked.

After all, a “comparative advantage” begets the question, compared to what? We export goods to other nations when we can do that relatively better than they can and likewise import goods or services that we have a comparative disadvantage in producing.

So tropical fruit is exported from, say, Mexico or Chile, rather than from Canada. And Australia’s abundance of natural resources explains why it has become a mining superpower. Of course, this classical model of trade and comparative advantage breaks down somewhat in an ultra-globalized world in which capital accounts have been largely liberalized.

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13 of the Best SEO Tools for Auditing and Monitoring http://www.preparedpantryblog.com/how-to-be-more-productive-usgin-sticky-notes-2-2/ Sun, 18 Nov 2018 20:25:33 +0000 http://nanum.pixerex.com/demo-import/?p=452 The post 13 of the Best SEO Tools for Auditing and Monitoring appeared first on The Pacific Creative Group.

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By Wolf Richter, a San Francisco based executive, entrepreneur, start up specialist, and author, with extensive international work experience. Leveraged loans,” extended to junk-rated and highly leveraged companies, are too risky for banks to keep on their books. Banks sell them to loan mutual funds, or they slice-and-dice them into structured Collateralized Loan Obligations (CLOs) and sell them to institutional investors. This way, the banks get the rich fees but slough off the risk to investors, such as asset managers and pension funds. Expressing the opposite view is Paul Krugman, who writes, “Trade isn’t a zero-sum game: it raises the productivity and wealth of the world economy.” And the corollary also applies as well: any action taken to disrupt the free flow of goods between countries is likely to provoke a counter-reaction, the result being a trade war in which every country loses out The two “sacred tenets,” free trade and comparative advantage, are inextricably linked. After all, a “comparative advantage” begets the question, compared to what? We export goods to other nations when we can do that relatively better than they can and likewise import goods or services that we have a comparative disadvantage in producing. So tropical fruit is exported from, say, Mexico or Chile, rather than from Canada. And Australia’s abundance of natural resources explains why it has become a mining superpower. Of course, this classical model of trade and comparative advantage breaks down somewhat in an ultra-globalized world in which capital accounts have been largely liberalized. Leveraged loans,” extended to junk-rated and highly leveraged companies, are too risky for banks to keep on their books. Banks sell them to loan mutual funds, or they slice-and-dice them into structured Collateralized Loan Obligations (CLOs) and sell them to institutional investors. This way, the banks get the rich fees but slough off the risk to investors, such as asset managers and pension funds. Expressing the opposite view is Paul Krugman, who writes, “Trade isn’t a zero-sum game: it raises the productivity and wealth of the world economy.” And the corollary also applies as well: any action taken to disrupt the free flow of goods between countries is likely to provoke a counter-reaction, the result being a trade war in which every country loses out The two “sacred tenets,” free trade and comparative advantage, are inextricably linked. After all, a “comparative advantage” begets the question, compared to what? We export goods to other nations when we can do that relatively better than they can and likewise import goods or services that we have a comparative disadvantage in producing. So tropical fruit is exported from, say, Mexico or Chile, rather than from Canada. And Australia’s abundance of natural resources explains why it has become a mining superpower. Of course, this classical model of trade and comparative advantage breaks down somewhat in an ultra-globalized world in which capital accounts have been largely liberalized.

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