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Jay Neely

Somerville, MA

Professional Bio

Boston Startups Guide - Searchable directory of Boston startups I created. Filterable by if hiring, neighborhood, industry, etc.

What to do Boston - A content site I created for things to do and lifestyle advice in Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville.


  • INBOUND 2013
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  1. Jay Neely added an article Polish matters. Small design improvements lowered my bounce rate 91%.
  2. Jay Neely added a comment on I am Sean Ellis, Founder/CEO of Qualaroo, Author of - Ask Me Anything
    Hey Sean, what do you think are the best opportunities for exposure through earned media today? Which channels are still new enough to be uncrowded / low-noise / low-control from the service (as oppos…
  3. Jay Neely added an article There are 131 Boston startups hiring for marketing / business roles.
  4. Jay Neely added a comment on Make Improvements To Already Impressive Tool
    If you're an SEOmoz user interested in seeing the new / lost links feature get added to Open Site Explorer, there's a feature request open here:…
  5. Jay Neely added a comment on A case study in sham SEO - Raven Internet Marketing Tools
    Also an example of having your company name auto-appended to a headline not being the best idea.
  6. Jay Neely added an article How Blank Display Ads Generated Impressive Click-Through Rates
  7. Jay Neely added an article Company leaves Facebook as analytics show 80% of ad clicks from bots
  8. Jay Neely added a comment on Facebook Ads: What Are You Really Paying For?
    I might be missing something here, but wouldn't privacy settings prevent a brand from seeing a lot of the info on a profile, causing it any many cases to appear empty? Which doesn't invalidate any …
  9. Jay Neely added an article Examples of retailers with great Facebook timelines.
  10. Jay Neely added a comment on The Most Important Social Network: GitHub
    I'm surprised not to see or perhaps even Slideshare (though I hope gains traction) mentioned in the article. I wonder what other platforms fit into the "k…