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# Divide By Zero

1. ## 2 Essential Pivot Table Skills for Marketers: Summarizing Data and Calculated Fields

error (which means you can't divide by zero). For example, keywords can spend thousands and convert zero times. You must know how to use these two essentials in order to get a different perspective on your marketing data through the pivot table...

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2. ## Forecasting SEM Activity

For this first basic calculation, just take your top-line data (for all summed fields, shown in blue), divide it by the number of days in that data, and multiply by the number of days you’re projecting for.

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3. ## Chuck Norris Facts Featured in New Google Knowledge Graph Easter Egg

Fact: Chuck Norris can divide by zero. The old Chuck Norris Google joke used to be in the form of a top ranked parody site that read “Google won't search for Chuck Norris because it knows you don't find Chuck Norris, he finds you” found by hitting...

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4. ## Paid Search Management: Campaign Organization, Part 3

There are several interesting "quirks" to adCenter's budgeting system, but the pertinent one here is that both the daily and divide budget across the month options don't really work for campaigns on a daily budget (either set or derived) under \$200.

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5. ## Obama is Winning the Internet War

The "friend" divide is just as prevalent on MySpace with Obama having 697,535 friends to McCain's 169,326. Two listings come up for McCain in the sponsored listings, whereas Obama has zero. Election Day in the U.S.is fast approaching and it's...

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6. ## Paid Links At MSN Search And Direct Hit

Divide the clicks by the times it was shown, and you get the clickthrough rate, or CTR, -- 50 percent. Divide \$77.50 by 2,500 clicks, and you get a cost per click of 3.1 cents. Now to find your cost per click, the CPC, just divide the price you...

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7. ## The Search Engine Update, April 20, 2000, Number 75

Now to find your cost per click, the CPC, just divide the price you paid by the number of clicks received. Divide the clicks by the times it was shown, and you get the clickthrough rate, or CTR, -- 50 percent.

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