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As an SEO professional, you understand the value of your work. You also understand that not all of your clients or prospects (or C-level execs if youre working in house) fully appreciate what is required to really make SEO work.

This can be due in part to the fact that proving return on investment for dollars spent on SEO can be challenging. That does not mean, however, that it is impossible.

It is important to track ROI on SEO efforts. You need to do this to justify your worth to your clients and your clients need it to justify continued expenditures to themselves or their management.

Sadly, SEO is one of the first things that many businesses let go in favor of activities that more readily present themselves with hard ROI statistics. How do you combat this?

When proving the value of SEO, utilizing hard data is a must. The following steps can streamline this process:

You can calculate revenue per leads by simply dividing the total amount of revenue by the total number of leads.

Perhaps the first thing that must be said here is that page visits are not necessarily leads. They can be, but they do not have to be. Tracking page visits can provide a snapshot of overall activity, but the data most important to track here when mapping it back to revenue are events or goals.

Events and goals in Google Analytics can be confusing to many companies. Turn this confusion into an opportunity for you by educating clients about them what they are and why they are important to businesses.

Start by clearly explaining what events and goals are, as follows:

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The NCAA suggested its main arguments to appeal the Ed O’Bannon ruling allowing college athletes to be paid will focus on amateurism and First Amendment rights on live broadcasts.

In a filing Thursday night with the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the NCAA’s lawyers responded to a mandatory mediation questionnaire that asks to briefly describe the issues on appeal. The NCAA wrote, The issues on appeal include but are not limited to whether amateurism is presumptively procompetitive for an amateur sports league and whether plaintiffs’ claims based on a property right in the use of their (names, images and likenesses) in live broadcasts of sporting events are foreclosed by the First Amendment. USA Today Sports first reported the filing.

U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken ruled Aug. 8 that the NCAA’s restrictions on what Football Bowl Subdivision players and Division I men’s basketball players can receive unreasonably restrain trade and violates antitrust law. Wilken’s injunction will allow football and men’s basketball players to receive scholarships covering their full cost of attendance and deferred payments for the schools’ use of their names, images and likenesses (NILs).

For decades, the NCAA’s legal defense to avoid paying players has relied upon a landmark 1984 Supreme Court ruling that stripped the NCAA of TV rights and allowed conferences to sell their games. The NCAA has clung to a line from that decision: In order to preserve the character and quality of the (NCAA’s) ‘product,’ athletes must not be paid, must be required to attend class, and the like.

In her October 2013 summary judgment ruling, Wilken wrote the Supreme Court opinion does not stand for the sweeping proposition that student-athletes must be barred, both during their college years and forever thereafter, from receiving any monetary compensation for the commercial use of their names, images and likenesses. In her August judgment after a three-week trial, Wilken noted that the O’Bannon plaintiffs provided enough evidence to show the college sports industry has changed substantially in 30 years.

Wilken also wrote that the Supreme Court opinion stating athletes must not be paid differed from the NCAA’s own lawyers in the case. The NCAA’s lawyers in 1984 said during an oral argument that the NCAA was not relying on amateurism as a procompetitive justification and might be able to get more viewers and so on if it had semi-professional clubs rather than amateur clubs,’ Wilken wrote. In addition, Wilken wrote that the NCAA has inconsistently applied its amateurism rules throughout the association’s history and to this day.

Wilken’s injunction allows the NCAA to create a cap on the deferred licensing money as long as the cap is not less than $5,000 per year. It’s what’s called a less-restrictive alternative to the antitrust violation found.

By appealing based on amateurism, the NCAA could find relief or perhaps an even more damaging ruling. Conceivably, the appeals court could determine that amateurism is so illegitimate that it’s unreasonable for there to be any cap. That’s the argument attorney Jeffrey Kessler makes in his class-action lawsuit against the NCAA and the five major conferences.

Another issue the NCAA suggested it will appeal in O’Bannon relates to the First Amendment and live TV broadcasts — an area that generates billions of dollars for schools. The O’Bannon plaintiffs have sought to share that licensing revenue.

Earlier in the O’Bannon case, the NCAA claimed that the First Amendment and various state laws prevent college athletes from asserting any rights of publicity during game broadcasts. Wilken rejected that argument in April, writing that the First Amendment does not guarantee media organizations an unlimited right to broadcast entire college football games and questioned whether college athletes validly transfer their rights of publicity to another party.

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I predict major war events, if not WW3, will occur on 21st September 2014 and 14th October 2014, and WW3 on 13th November 2014. In the first clock, look for numbers adding up to 11 or 23….

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According to this Chicago Police Officer, “Your First Amendment Right can be terminated if you're creating a scene OR whatever”. I figured they must have broke the 'whatever' clause, but the…

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Free State Reacts: First Amendment Rights
Fellow students at Lawrence Free State High School react to questions about their rights. Our website: fsfreepressonline.com Follow us! Twitter : @fsfreepres…

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Donald Trump is coming to New Hampshire this fall to help honor the First Amendment.

The Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications Inc., announced this weekend that Trump will be the featured speaker at the school’s 12th annual First Amendment Awards event. The program is at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Manchester on the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 12.

The event honors First Amendment freedoms and those from New Hamphire who go above and beyond to uphold them.

Honorees have included outspoken school board members and private citizens, newspapers and editors, and a former state attorney general.The outspoken Trump, know to many simply as “The Donald,” is a successful real estate developer, reality TV host, author and political commentator.

His visits to the First Primary state regularly spark speculation about his own presidential ideas. He has said he is keeping his options open for 2016.Meanwhile, his appearances draw crowds. His speech at a “Politics and Eggs” business forum at St. Anselm College last winter drew a packed house.

Tickets to the Loeb School event go on sale Sept. 12 at http://www.loebschool.org.

Trump joins a distinguished list of national figures who have donated their time to help the school with its major annual fundraising event.

First Amendment speakers have included the late Tim Russert of NBC, Fox’s Bill O’Reilly, Vice President Joe Biden, U.S. Sen. John McCain, commentators Patrick Buchanan and George Will and ABC’s George Stephanopoulos.

The school was founded in 1999 by Nackey S. Loeb, the late president and publisher of the New Hampshire Union Leader and Sunday News.

Its mission is to promote understanding and appreciation of the First Amendment and “to foster interest, integrity and excellence in journalism and communication.”

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A 5-minute primer on the First Amendment and freedom of speech on the Internet by Prof. Mark Grabowski.

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Ted Cruz, said that, 41 Democrats are attacking the First Amendment, The 2014 Mid-Terms are the most important election in our countries history. https://www…

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Ted Cruz Warns That Dems Are Moving To 'Repeal' The First Amendment
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said Thursday that Democrats are making moves to repeal First Amendment rights to free speech and religious liberty. credit https://www.youtube.com/user/CNSNews/featured…

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