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  1. 5 SEM Spying Strategies You Can Use Today to Generate More Profit

    You can analyze how many PPC advertisers, which keywords they are using, which ads have been shown, how many SEO competitors, and any social mentions for this keyword. We have all done market research on our competitor's website, keywords and ads...

  2. Google AdWords Adds Consumer Rating Annotations

    Up to three of your best ratings show below the text of your search ads, along with a link to more ratings. Consumer ratings are specific to the country the ads are being shown in. For example, people searching on google.co.uk will see ads with...

  3. Google Improves GDN Targeting With Bizo Audience Segments

    While behavioral targeting, lookalike modeling and content based targeted can help get your ads in front of you customer, there is still a significant amount of wasted impressions. Adding on third party data can increase the granularity of which...

  4. Why Yahoo Wants to Move Into Contextual Search and How it Might Work For Them

    The same way that contextual search determines what you really mean to be searching for, a search engine can apply the same technology to the ads they serve and present ads that are more directly tailored to the searcher, rather than just strictly...

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

    During #SB48, ads included more hashtags than any other social signal including Twitter handles and Facebook account names. Since most social media channels adopted hashtags as an identifier, brands can now run cross-channel campaigns with one...

  6. Conquering Content Marketing, Step 2: The Content (and Plot) Develops

    British Outfitters burned through almost $10,000 on display ads that brought just a few thousand visitors, and hardly any conversions. Lisa's team wrote on the company's blog almost every day, but it was a ghost town, and the only social activity...

  7. Can You Build Buzz Like Brands Advertising in the Super Bowl?

    Twitter also dominates the conversation at this point with 70 percent of total mentions of "Super Bowl Ads" across the web, which explains why every one of the teased ads includes a hashtag; however, none of the pre-released ads hashtags have yet...