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  1. Retailers Outspend Luxury Brands on Luxury Keywords in Paid Search [Report]

    In the battle for luxury shoppers, top retailers in 2013 outspent top luxury brands on Google AdWords paid search ads in four of five categories: apparel, beauty and cosmetics, shoes, and watches, according to a new AdGooroo report.

  2. Guide to Google Analytics Demographics Reports: Age, Gender & Interests

    Additionally, keep an eye out for the sampling warning in the top right. The percentage of data used is shown in each box in the top corner to help you understand the size of your dataset. Each age group is a different color and shown as a stack...

  3. Travel PPC: Top Advertisers, Keywords & Destinations [Report]

    Top 20 Most-Clicked Travel Keywords Here are the full rankings for the top 10 advertisers for both years: Disney is clearly dominating the first half of the destination list, as Disney properties remain one of the top summer destinations for families.

  4. 5 Brilliant Ways to Use #Hashtags in Social Media Marketing

    An analysis of the Interbrand 100 list (the world's top 100 brands) and their activity on Twitter, reveals that the world's top brands have adopted the use of hashtags almost completely. The next day (January 29) the White House focused on only...

  5. Click to Call, Cross-Device Conversions Deliver AdWords Revenue Lift for 1-800-Flowers

    Data from Google suggests the phone call falls into both the research and purchase phase (top and bottom of the acquisition funnel). It’s come to be expected these days that when you’re on the go and looking for a business’s phone number in the...

  6. The 2014 Super Bowl Commercials Just Kicked Off

    The average length of the top 10 Super Bowl ads more than doubled (112 percent) from 2010-2013, from 42 seconds to 89 seconds. In 2012, it took 57 views to generate one share, in 2013, it took 31 views.of the top 10 most shared Super Bowl ads of...

  7. 10 Quick Time-Saving Excel Shortcuts & Mouse Tricks for Marketers

    Scrolling is OK but the quickest way is to use the keyboard shortcut CTRL + ↑ to jump to the top cell, or CTRL + ↓ to drop to the last cell before an empty cell. The one thing marketers agree on is there isn't enough time in the day to accomplish...