SEO News

q4

RSS
  1. 6 Ways to Prepare Your B2B PPC Account for the Holidays

    It’s the fourth quarter of the year, and by now you’ve probably read several articles about preparing for the holiday rush in PPC. For e-commerce advertisers, the holidays are the busiest time of year, mirroring the cycle seen in brick-and-mortar...

  2. Last-Minute SEO - Here Come the Holidays!

    Unless their business is summer-related, summer is the time of year where many website owners (and managers) slow down, kick back, grab a beer, and enjoy those long, hot, sunny days! As long as Google doesn’t release an update or manually devalue...

  3. SEO & PPC Q1 2014 Trends: '(not provided)', Mobile & Bing Ads All Grow [Reports]

    It’s that time of year when Q1 “state of” reports are published to demonstrate where 2014 stands today. On the organic side of things, reports show “(not provided)” keyword data in Google is holding strong at about 85 percent, and has since October...

  4. Search Ad Revenues Hit $18.4 Billion in 2013 [Report]

    Search ad revenues continued to rise in 2013. The record-breaking revenues last year totaled $18.4 billion, accounting for 43 percent of all Internet ad revenue, compared to $16.9 billion and 46 percent in 2012, according to the Interactive...

  5. Top Content Sources, Topics & Profiles Among Marketers at Mid-Size Companies [Study]

    Ever wonder what marketing publications and content matters most to marketers? Newly released findings by social insights company Leadtail and DNN Corp.give a glimpse into the sought-after content within the marketing industry, plus much more in...

  6. How to Dominate the Entire First Page of Google

    Your online reputation can impact virtually every aspect of your digital marketing program from the conversion rate on your pages to your click-through rate in paid search. Controlling the conversation around your brand is critical to upholding and...

  7. 16 Secret Google Analytics Advanced Segments Worth Their Weight in Gold

    Analyzing your website data with Google Analytics is much like mining for gold. Advanced prospectors profit because they know where to look to find the nuggets, while inexperienced practitioners come up with only dirt after making the mistake of...