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The Weekly Compete Pulse

St. Patrick’s Day continues on into the weekend, and we’re quickly rolling towards spring. Next week, part of the Compete team will be in NYC for Search Engine Strategies. Check out some of this week’s news articles that we read and found interesting for online marketers. I’m a big fan of infographics, but all infographics were not created equal. This week, Mashable posted one of the best infographics on social

Don’t wish me happy birthday!

No matter what white paper you read, if it’s about email marketing it most likely has a section on message personalization. Email personalization makes complete sense. If you have specific information about your clients, users, etc. you should use that information to provide the most relevant and personal message possible. Advancements in email marketing technology and data collection have made it simple for any business to incorporate email messages and/or

Quick Tip: Setting-up Automated Report Emails

If you want to stay up-to-date on Compete competitive analysis, you can configure Portfolio Digests which will automatically email updates to you powered by the competitive sets in your Portfolio. When configured, the Portfolio Digest emails will automatically send a daily or weekly email to your account email address. Follow the directions below to configure this option. First, navigate to the green myCompete button in the top right of the

The Weekly Compete Pulse

This week, President Obama’s State of the Union address utilized social media capabilities more than ever before, stretching across Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other popular channels. The State of the Union wasn’t the only intriguing bit of news this week. Check out some of this week’s news articles that we read and found interesting for online marketers. Integrating your content with social media isn’t always at the top of the

Gmail’s buzz – much bigger than its bite?

Among 100+ other industry categories, Compete’s category profiles include an aggregate view of all US internet users engagement with web-based email clients. At first glance, there’s some surprising data in there. If you were to ask me what the most popular email client was before reviewing this category, I would say Gmail without a doubt. Based on unique visitors from the US IBP (internet browsing population), Gmail doesn’t even hold