I’m not sure when it started, but Google has persisted in asking me to specify my location roughly every fifth time I open the search engine. Like my poor mother when I was a teenager, they really want to know where I am and what I’m up to, but I know it’s not out of idle curiosity.
Last week, we brought you our 5 big takeaways from the HubSpot State of Inbound Report 2016, but as a writer tasked with producing the blogs and web content for our company, one aspect of the report really held my interest: content creation.
One of the first nuggets of information to come out of the 3XE Digital Conference held at Croke Park in Dublin yesterday was that 90% of consumers are influenced in their purchasing decisions by online reviews.
We all love a good takeaway, and the HubSpot State of Inbound Report for 2016 has given us a lot of food for thought, as well as many facts, statistics and projections to bite into and chew over.
Let’s come clean here: How often have you filled in an online form in order to get something of value, but played around a little with the truth? That includes putting in a false name or phone number, or a made up location. The fact is, a lot of us do this, and the reason it boils down to is trust, or lack of it. The result? Bad data.