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  1. Search Engine Marketing Checklist for Hotel Marketers

    Unless a hotel booking engine website has a stronger brand value than that of major competitors – where the majority of Web traffic will be direct traffic – the most effective channel for generating optimum traffic is from search engines.

  2. 8 Lessons Learned From Owning a Search Agency for 15 Years

    I’m writing this post to share some of the lessons and mistakes I learned from owning a search agency for more than 15 years. We partnered and started offering search marketing services while developing software to track keyword conversions.

  3. Introducing the Local Marketing Adoption Curve

    During the walk stage, your data analytics should be complete enough to help you identify opportunities to grow your brand based on performance of local sites and any insights into customer behavior you can gain.

  4. Native Advertising for Small Business: The Missing Link?

    Since a successful search marketing campaign is often contingent on its content marketing, it’s important to develop a good strategy. An unpromoted post will — at best — reach a tiny percentage of a brand’s followers.

  5. Cross-Device Measurement: Believe the Hype

    Marketers want the flexibility to use multiple marketing channels - from search to social to advertising publishers - to reach the right audience at the desired point in the purchased funnel. If there is a method to prove that an ad seen on...

  6. The Evolution of SERPs and User Behaviors

    As an industry, we talk a lot about Google (and search engines in general) getting smarter, and most of the time, that should be our focus. Our job is at the mercy of search engines and as they improve, we have to improve with them.

  7. SEO Is No One-Trick Pony

    Finding the keywords/themes of this content is the art/science of SEO (you want to target keywords that have search volume, are relevant, AND that you stand a fair chance of ranking for; see Competitive Analysis, later).

  8. 49% of U.K. Consumers Use Organic Search to Find Online Retailers [Study]

    Forty-nine percent of consumers in the U.K.leverage organic search as the main point of entry to e-commerce shopping sites, but only 35 percent of online retailers in the U.K.believe consumers find their website through the organic channel.