How to identify audience journeys on your website

Identifying your audience journeys will give you important information to be able to upgrade or build a new website. It will also help with your digital marketing strategy. In this practical guide Paul Blundell takes you through a sequence of steps to build a clear picture of your audiences.

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Audience journey mapping
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