The State of Search 2016 [NEW REPORT]

Our latest report, The State of Search 2016, dives into the current state of search marketing and how brands can enhance their digital footprint…

Enterprise Spotlight: Compete PRO Search Market Share

The Compete PRO Search Share features provides paid and organic keyword insights for brands to make informed decisions…

Search Share: MLB

Will strike out or hit a home run (these puns were more deliberate) against the opposition in search marketing?

Space Jam: A Search Referral Slam Dunk

Why is Space Jam, a film made in 1996, the leading keyword for search referral traffic to Warner Bros. Website? Find out here!

Search Marketers: Take the Guesswork Out of Keyword Research

With the Compete PRO and our new Search Share feature, keyword research becomes simplified and streamlined.

Search Share: JackThreads

Data telling a search marketing story about JackThreads’ performance against its competitors.

Search Share: Battle of Pizza

Search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM) information for Domino’s, Pizza Hut, and Papa John’s

Search Share: Radio

Last week we unveiled the Search Share Add-On, a new Compete PRO tool that provides high-level keyword analysis of a list of up to 40,000 keywords. With this new functionality, we wanted to continue to bring you insights on how to utilize the new data to advance your marketing efforts.

Search Share: Shoes & Accessories

We will analyze search share data over the month of February for the Shoes & Accessories Category with a list of over 500 keywrods

Introducing: Compete PRO Search Share Feature

The Compete PRO Search Share Add-On allows you to quickly assess the share of paid vs. natural clicks, and which brands benefit the most from each, for any list of keywords that you upload and manage. Results can be narrowed by time period (to the day), demographics (age, income and gender), broad or exact match, or a custom set of destination sites.

For Retailers, Search Needs to be About More than Clickthrough Rate

For brands, the challenge is understanding how shoppers use search to find products so that they can create an easy, consistent experience across retailers.