Tag Archives: Search Marketing

What your paid search KPI says about you

Every advertiser measures success based on key performance indicators (KPIs) that they deem relevant. Columnist Andy Taylor asks, What do your chosen KPIs say about your priorities? The post What your paid search KPI says about you appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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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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Evaluating PPC talent, part 1: Where to begin

How can you hire a paid search (or social) specialist that fits your business's needs if you don't know much about the channel yourself? Columnist Brett Middleton shares some practical tips for those looking to hire strong PPC talent. The post Evaluating PPC talent, part 1: Where to begin appeared...

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4 ways brands are losing store traffic — and how to use location marketing strategies to reverse course

Many national franchise stores are failing to appear in Google Maps search results. Columnist Wesley Young's observations may help these brands improve their visibility. The post 4 ways brands are losing store traffic — and how to use location marketing strategies to reverse course appeared...

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2017 SEM growth hacks: Monster growth from brand protection

Are your competitors bidding on your branded terms and driving up your CPCs? If so, what can you do? In part 1 of her multi-part series on brand protection, columnist Lori Weiman provides some advice on how to make your brand terms work for you, even when the competition is fierce. The post 2017...

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Here’s a script that copies audiences to all your campaigns

Columnist Daniel Gilbert of Brainlabs shares a nifty shortcut for replicating audiences across campaigns. The post Here’s a script that copies audiences to all your campaigns appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Patent 2 of 2: How Google learns to guide purchasing decisions

In a follow-up to his last article, columnist Dave Davies explores a Google patent on guided purchasing, which describes how smartphone behaviors and user data could be used to predict and direct purchase behavior. The post Patent 2 of 2: How Google learns to guide purchasing decisions appeared...

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Going global: Common sense considerations too commonly ignored

If you only advertise in the United States, you're missing out on billions of potential customers. But before you enter the international PPC market, consider this advice from columnist Brendan McGonigle. The post Going global: Common sense considerations too commonly ignored appeared first on...

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Listen to your mother: Win Mother’s Day with humor and timing

Advertisers, have you put together your Mother's Day strategy yet? Columnist Purna Virji from Bing has some tips for capturing searchers looking to celebrate their moms. The post Listen to your mother: Win Mother’s Day with humor and timing appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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What B2B marketing can teach you about PPC in higher education

Though universities are targeting individual consumers rather than businesses, columnist Pauline Jakober shows paid search efforts for these institutions often more closely resemble B2B than B2C. The post What B2B marketing can teach you about PPC in higher education appeared first on Search...

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