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With the near-universal use of computers and smartphones, a company's online reputation can be a big deal. For one, many people are purchasing products online and by doing so are being exposed to reviews of these companies. These reviews come from different platforms such as Amazon, Google, and the Apple App Store.
If you are new to WooTrader you might benefit from a very basic primer explaining how WooTrader works and how it can work for you.
The higher a company's brand exposure, the greater the number of potential customers who can see the company's website and what it has to offer. Search engine optimization is one way in which a company can increase its exposure. The goal of SEO is to make a company's website appear higher on search engine return results and increase the website traffic, or visitors. There is reason to believe that a company's web traffic can affect its stock price, one way being that it could predict a company's future sales. After all, the more people that visit a website, the greater the number of people who are can buy the product.
With Brexit being such a hot topic, investors are seeking both information and tools to help them deal with the ensuing market volatility.
Previously, we reviewed Woo Trader’s Benzinga analysts’ ratings history history broadly.
Woo Trader provides extensive data on analysts and their findings, direct from Benzinga.com.
In addition to both insider and institutional investor data, Woo Trader also uniquely provides information on companies ranked by country on a world map and by state on a map of the USA.
When evaluating a publicly owned company, savvy traders and investors want to know about two classes of shareholders – insiders and institutions.
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