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Jenika

Jenika manages the Marketing Team at Page One. She oversees all inbound and outbound marketing efforts including PPC, SEO, Social Media Marketing, and Email Marketing. She focuses on offering the Page One clients' businesses an increased awareness and visibility online. She graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in Communications and a concentration in Public Relations. Outside of work she spends most of her time with her husband, Kyle, and their two young children, Calvin and Jovie.
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Recent Posts

What is the Goal of My Website?

10.28.2013   Jenika   Web Strategy   No comments

This should be the first question you ask yourself when you create a website for your business. If you are a retailer you would want your website...

Google Analytics – Being a Good Admin 101

Google Analytics is a powerful tool that helps you get a clear understanding of your website’s traffic and visitors. The more you learn about your...

PPC, Adwords, and the Googleplex

Wow, it’s been a whirlwind week around here at Page One! David and I returned from our free trip to visit the Googleplex on Wednesday morning and...

What Should My ROI Be?

What should my bounce rate be? How many leads should we be getting each week? How many more sales will my new website get?

10 PPC Blunders and How to Avoid Them

Managing paid search can be really fun, especially for someone like me who likes to keep everything neat and organized. But many times, when...

5 Reasons Why PPC Landing Pages are Important

A PPC landing page is where a user “lands” after clicking on a paid search advertisement. It can be any type of page including a homepage (gasp!),...

I Spy Facebook Retargeting Ads

Remember when you used to log into Facebook and browse your friends’ walls and leave a funny post on your own wall and then go on about your day?...

What does “not set” mean in Google Analytics reports?

We’ve been getting this question a lot lately... when you look at your Google Analytics keyword traffic and see “not set” or “not provided,” what...

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