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How Bots Can Improve Website Design

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how bots improve website design Chatlines and Chatbots Can Provide Data Capable of Being Used to Improve Website Design

We all plan for our website to be perfect. But perfection is hard to attain and the best we can often hope for is a high quality site that answers all the questions we expect out target audience to ask.

But sadly we often miss essential questions. Especially those seasonal questions that come through by phone or chatline, but otherwise get missed.

How Questions Improve Website Design

If you take all the questions you are asked in a week or month (download them from your chatbot into a spreadsheet is a good idea). Then analyse them you will see certain trends developing. Continue reading

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Six SEO Things Google Doesn’t Care About

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Can Anyone Guarantee Getting you On Page One of Google? How easy is it to get on Page One of Google? Google Doesn't CareSEO is a Black Art Laced with Science, Smoke, Mirrors and Things Google Doesn’t Care About.

Its easy to believe the old myths about SEO and what Google is looking for but most of this is pure myth.

The reality is that Google is looking for just one thing .. User Experience (UX).

If it provides searchers with a better UX then Google is interested  .. otherwise .. Google Doesn’t Care.

Check Out the Video to see the SEO Myths

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FE Recruitment, Admissions and Enrollment

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How Does Your Online Applications “Shopping Trolley” Affect FE Application Rates?

This is just one of the topics I tackle in the latest UnderFunding FE Exclusives Page.

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FE Recruitment, Admissions and Enrollment

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A Bot Advantage Most Managers Miss

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Bot Advantage: Bots Often Confer Advantages Beyond The Obvious; Provided You Are SBot advantage: Bots Do more than answer questions. mart

Sometimes the advantage a bot can provide isn’t totally obvious. But here is an example of where a website shopping cart problem was spotted well before it would have otherwise been seen.  Continue reading

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