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Adjusting Your Search Strategy to Increase Holiday Sales

As the holiday season begins, many brands are preparing for the launch of their holiday marketing blitzes—that is, if they haven’t already. To help you understand the holiday shopper, we have completed a study in concert with Google which takes a look at the differences between consumers who do and don’t use search in their path-to-purchase.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: Michael Kors’s Instagram Ad: 36K Likes, 200 Rage-Filled Comments, Twitter’s New Display Ads in Action, Instagram ads are turning into ‘likes’ 5 percent of the time, No. 1 Position in AdWords Doesn’t Always Get Highest CTR [Study].

Providing “Not Provided” – How You Can Still See Search Referral Data

You’ve seen the headlines. Google is rolling out secure search for everyone. Marketers shouldn’t fear this change though; this is just another step towards progress in the ever-changing world of search. Instead of burying ourselves in organic keyword lists, we must start taking a more holistic approach to search marketing and begin taking steps towards seamlessly combining paid and organic search data.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: A poorly illustrated guide of Google’s algorithm, copywriting 101, why paid search isn’t what it used to be, and how to make your landing page copy more persuasive.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: The best times to post on Instagram, why you can’t engineer success, more on Google making the switch to SSL, and how multi-screen ad impact will soon be possible through Google.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: Google to encrypt all searches, brands are finally leveraging crowdfunding sites, how SEO and social media can synergize, and when you should kill an innovative idea.

August’s Top 50 Sites: Yahoo!, Amazon, privacy.

It seems that Yahoo! has solidified their once questioned place as the second highest ranked site, beating out Facebook for the fifth month in a row and increasing their margin to roughly 2 million unique visitors (UVs). Not only is Yahoo! beating out Facebook, but they are also continuing to gain ground on search giant Google, having both a higher month-over-month (MoM) and year-over-year (YoY) growth.

Analyzing the Demographic Data of Rising Search Engine DuckDuckGo

Image from: Internet / Shutterstock As privacy becomes more and more of a concern for digital consumers, products that make privacy one of their primary offerings are going to see a lot of success and will help pave the way for a niche market in the digital world. One product that is helping to strengthen the argument that this market not only exists, but that it is valued by online

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: How to build authority with LinkedIn, six of the biggest naming mistakes, Google Analytics tracking tips, and the complete list of Google ranking factors.

April’s Top 50 Sites: Yahoo! Steals 2nd Place from Facebook

Yahoo.com replaced Facebook.com as the second most visited website in April, according to Compete’s latest U.S. traffic data. It was a close race, but Yahoo grew less than 1% month-over-month (MOM) to 164.6 million Unique Visitors (UVs) while Facebook’s monthly UVs dropped nearly half a percent to 164.1 million. Google remained king with 171.9 million UVs, a decrease of half a percent MOM.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round-up of the most popular digital marketing stories we shared online this week, including Bing updates and a Penguin case study.