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Author: Courtney Christman
Want to know how to make boring industries fun to write about? Stay tuned for my secrets…
I know it can be a bit of a leap to jump into blogging, but trust me; it’s totally worth it.
Here are the five steps for getting started, so you don’t have an excuse for procrastinating any longer!
I’ve reviewed what a KPI is and why you should be measuring them, so it’s only natural we move onto actually defining and measuring KPIs.
Let’s get started so I can keep my promise of a short and to-the-point post series…
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Last week, I reviewed what a KPI is in Part I of a three part series on key performance indicators. This week I’m moving onto “the why”. To keep it short and to the point (as I promised), here are five reasons you should be measuring KPIs.
Not on LinkedIn? I suggest you get yourself and your business on there immediately, and here are 9 riveting statistics (in infographic form) that will convince you to do so.
Over the next three weeks of #MSHUnderReview, I will be reviewing the what, why and how of KPIs in quick (it should take you less than 3 minutes to read) and easy-to-understand posts.
Without further ado, let’s get going with “the what”:
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Website traffic is tricky. You (the business owner and/or marketing manager) want to see a ton of traffic heading to your site.
Where your target market is a “specific group of consumers at which a company aims its products and services,” a niche market is an even more specific group of people at which a company’s products and services are aimed.