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  1. Secret Sauce LoMo Tips for More PPC Sales

    The more information you give Google, the more they can share with online shoppers and searchers. Correlate in-store sales reports In other words - find out what mobile campaigns are driving sales in specific store locations.

  2. 24-Hour Breakdown of Searches on Black Friday and Cyber Monday

    TIP: Fifty-five percent of holiday shoppers check availability of an item using their mobile before going to a store. Mobilize your PPC ads to reach these shoppers – include store hours, directions, and highlight your Black Friday-specific promotions.

  3. Back to School 2014 Trends: How Search Marketers Can Get Ready Now [Study]

    Good news for online retailers: K-12 and college shoppers spent more online for back-to-school shopping than they did offline, according to the report. K-12 families spent an average of $896.90, which was 41 percent higher than offline shoppers.

  4. Want to Increase Your CTR by Nearly 50%? Consider Search Refinements

    This should probably come as no surprise considering the high number of "touches" many online shoppers make before eventually settling on a purchase. For the advertiser, that means a better click-through rate (CTR), more site traffic (often at a...

  5. Mobile, Google, Ratings & Reviews Gained Influence with 2013 Holiday Shoppers [Study]

    Sixty-nine percent of shoppers are doing their own research at home to avoid requiring sales assistance in the store. Sixty percent of shoppers purchased a product from Amazon or another online competitor while they were actually in a store...

  6. 4 Ways to Expand PLA Success in 2014

    For consumers, this maturity means a more robust and tailored online shopping experience; online shoppers may already be noticing some of these improvements. This not only creates a positive experience for shoppers and reduces non-converting click...

  7. U.S. Holiday Trends & Forecast: Top Shopping Days, Hot Searches, Mobile Shoppers

    But when it comes to buying all those toys on the most-wanted list, mobile shoppers and Furby enthusiasts will likely have a good experience at Toys "R" Us, which came in second out of the 100 top retail sites examined for mobile.