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Quick Tips: Search Analytics Keyword Data Table

This quick tip will overview Compete PRO’s Keyword Table.  The Compete PRO interface offers definitions and supplemental context that are accessible by clicking on the question marks next to each term. Keyword - is the phrase or term an actual user entered and searched for on one of the five major search engines. Search Referrals Share – is the share of total search traffic (90 day moving average) generated to this

The Weekly Compete Pulse

It’s been an exceptionally good week for social media topics, so today we bring you our most popular shared content. The stories provide tips, tricks, and tools on how to optimize your social media presence. Do check them out for this week’s Pulse!

Quick Tip: Overview of Site Comparisons

You can compare up to 5 sites quickly and easily using a Compete PRO account or compare up to two competitors using our free site analytics tool. The images and steps provided below will outline the process for using Compete PRO’s data to benchmark your competitors. This section allows you to type in any five domains you’re interested in comparing, or you can load an existing saved group if you’ve

The Compete Weekly Pulse

Stop the vigils! Stop the eulogies! Email marketing is NOT dead, or so says an MarketingProfs and this stellar infographic. Far from it, actually. In fact, “9 in 10 marketers says email is their primary channel for lead generation.” Additionally, only around 4% of B2B marketers consider email “not very important” in the same sample. According to the infographic, the top objectives of emails, in ranked order, are lead generation,

Pinterest Surpasses Tumblr In Unique Visitors

Image from: Threaded Needle / Shutterstock It’s here.  It has finally happened. We all knew it was coming. This is the year 2012, after all. I’m not talking about The Rapture or Ragnarok or the Good ol’ End of Days. I’m talking about the below graph, which shows that in August of 2012, Pinterest surpassed Tumblr in Unique Visitors for the first time. Ever. Monumental, eh? Pinterest has been a

Quick Tip: PRO Referral Analyics Dashboard Overview of Traffic Insights

Compete PRO Advanced has organized a number of pre-configured Traffic Insights to help you identify sources of traffic growth and decline by performance and domain categorization from within our Referral Analytics tool. Top Growing Sites – A list of the top growth domains, or domains with the largest percent growth month over month. Top Declining Sites – A list of the top declining domains, or domains with the largest percent

Quick Tips: Trending with Compete by Comparing Two Metrics on One Graph

Comparing Two Metrics Comparing metrics against one another can be a quick but powerful way to understand the full picture of on-site activity. Learn how! 1. Via drop-down menu In the graphic below, you can see that we’re viewing two metrics for Amazon.com, visits and average stay. The red “1″ icon at the top shows where to click to select your first metric. The red “2″ icon denotes the remaining

Quick Tip: Content Selection and Exporting

Compete makes it easy to select and export the content you’ve already filtered. For instance, if you’ve selected a 6 month time frame in amazon.com’s site profile with the Visits and Average Time metrics comparison, you’ll only export these two metrics under this time-frame when you export to CSV. Using the image below you can follow the steps to pull these metrics for the past six months. Select Average Stay

Digital CMO Series: Dynamic Logic and Compete

Bit by bit, marketers have warmed to online media for branding. Many have proven their success using the pre-internet metrics, while others applying traditional units like GRPs to measure the media itself. So, is it time to kick online response metrics to the curb? Not so fast. Disavowing “response metrics” assumes a dichotomy that leads to bad decisions. If one brand metric can help explain another, then measuring shifts in