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Quality score in 2017: Should you care?

Contributor Jacob Baadsgaard dispels the notion that a great quality score automatically leads to great conversion rates and suggests how to best prioritize your optimization efforts. The post Quality score in 2017: Should you care? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Site optimization or traffic optimization: Which delivers better results?

Knowing where to invest in online marketing is crucial for search marketers with limited budgets and resources. Columnist Jacob Baadsgaard explores whether you're better off investing in higher-quality traffic or conversion optimization. The post Site optimization or traffic optimization: Which...

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How to bring your potential customers back with retargeting

The vast majority of visitors to your website probably aren't ready to buy yet. But columnist Jacob Baadsgaard argues that with the right retargeting approach, you can help them get ready to buy -- and ensure that you'll be the company they choose once they're ready. The post How to bring your...

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Micro-wins: The true secret to AdWords success

The PPC world is rife with stories of quick wins, hacks and tricks that lead to big gains in paid search performance -- but columnist Jacob Baadsgaard notes that the best results with AdWords accounts are often the result of many smaller wins over time. The post Micro-wins: The true secret to...

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Keyword tiering: A systematic way to juggle your AdWords priorities

Columnist Jacob Baadsgaard explains how assigning paid search keywords into different tiers based on performance allows search marketers to quickly make adjustments that can have a huge impact on their business. The post Keyword tiering: A systematic way to juggle your AdWords priorities appeared...

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Paid search analytics: What treasures are hiding in your data?

Setting up paid search analytics may be straightforward, but columnist Jacob Baadsgaard shows that if you aren't using your data effectively, you may be missing out on major opportunities to improve your performance. The post Paid search analytics: What treasures are hiding in your data? appeared...

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Should you bother rewriting your ads?

Rewriting and testing your ad copy may not be the most glamorous way to improve your paid search campaigns, but columnist Jacob Baadsgaard points out that it can be an incredibly effective way to get more bang from your budget. The post Should you bother rewriting your ads? appeared first on...

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Local search: It’s all about mobile

More and more, people are searching for local options on mobile devices -- and columnist Jacob Baadsgaard points out that if your business isn't showing up for those searches, you're likely missing out. The post Local search: It’s all about mobile appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Are your paid search ads making the right impression?

Impression share may not be the ultimate measure of paid search success, but columnist Jacob Baadsgaard shows how tracking this metric can lead to paid search improvements that can really boost your bottom line. The post Are your paid search ads making the right impression? appeared first on...

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How to use your buyer personas to build your 2017 search marketing budget

You've done your research and created buyer personas -- now what? Columnist Jacob Baadsgaard explains how to place financial value on your personas in order to determine your search marketing budget. The post How to use your buyer personas to build your 2017 search marketing budget appeared first...

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