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  1. PPC Management Operations: The Ultimate Guide

    When you're advertising on the Google search network, it includes other search partners like Amazon and even Yahoo and Bing. Try reviewing the latest updates in AdWords here and here, and in Bing once a month when you're performing some of your...

  2. 5 Social Media Advertising Trends to Watch for in 2014

    Google, Bing and Yahoo all have conducted numerous tests to make the PPC ads look more like organic listings. Social media advertising is what traditional search engine marketing was 5 years ago: constantly in development with major changes coming...

  3. Marketers Talk Hummingbird, '(Not Provided)' & More Ahead of SES Chicago 2013

    People will ask more questions in the search bar which push us to optimize our anchor text leveraging paid search data, Google Webmaster Tools, and Bing/Yahoo keyword data; putting additional emphasis on keyword research (using internal search...

  4. Integrating Owned, Earned & Paid Media For Better SEO

    Internet users (your customers) conduct searches in places beyond the ever-changing environment of search engines Google, Yahoo and Bing, where the brand competes for visibility. Google, Yahoo and Bing have each published enough about how they view...

  5. Retail Paid Search Competition Heats Up with New Entrants

    Retailers spent more than $2.3 billion on paid search advertising with Google AdWords and the Yahoo Bing Network in 2012, according to AdGooroo data (disclosure: I work there) making retail the most robust category for paid search in terms of ad...

  6. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Bing calls a search malware analysis "wrong". Safe Searching with Bing: A Response to AV-TEST's Search Malware Analysis – Bing Search BlogBing says a recent malware study's conclusions are wrong because AV-TEST used Bing's API, not bing.com.

  7. Inside the SES New York 2013 Expo Hall: Networking, Pinball & Swag

    The self-described “decision engine”, Bing helps people with answers, according to Bing Ads Evangelist John Gagnon. Bing Ads had a light and welcoming booth with representatives ready to chat about the latest in advertisement.