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Quick-Tip: Using compete.com daily data to inform your marketing campaigns

Daily information can give you insight into the effectiveness of your competitor’s marketing efforts especially if you’re certain they rely heavily on email or social marketing for traffic. Here’s a quick-tip that will help you identify which days of the week might work best for your email marketing campaigns. First you’ll need to download the CSV of the daily attention and reach metrics for the last three months. Next open

Quick-Tip: Updating your PRO email preferences

If you want to be notified when the new PRO monthly data releases on in the compete PRO product, you can update your email preferences quickly and easily by following the steps below. Select the Preferences link at the top right. Select the Email link. Check which mailings you’d like to receive. Save your preferences by clicking the Save Preferences Button.

Quick-Tip: Leveraging the Long Tail

With the evolution of search technologies like google instant leveraging long tail keyword data is becoming more and more important. It’s a lesser understood concept that the better portion of business conversions (both macro and micro) are prompted from long tail search. The truth is that innovations in search are allowing consumers to get to their final destinations faster. For example, a user wants a new pair of shoes… before instant

Quick Tip: Search Referral Share in Search Analytics Comparisons

Understanding competitor paid and natural search strategies can prove to be hugely beneficial for your brand. Uncover patterns in increased search spend in your competitive set, and what that does to overall search volumes and ultimately, loyalty and engagement. When you do a search analytics domain comparison report, you can quickly and easily see the charted difference in volume of search referrals between two domains. Additionally, you can use our

Quick Tip: Filtering Keywords Manually with Search Analytics

You can manually adjust the Keyword Filters via sliders, radio buttons, and drop-down menus to further filter your keyword lists. In addition to our Search Insights Filters, manual filtering can help you refine your results and hone in on your results so you spend less time in spreadsheets and more time taking action! See how to adjust some of the filters below. Adjust your sliders by clicking and holding down

Quick Tip: Filtering Keywords with Search Analytics Insights

Search Analytics reports’ left sidebar helps you do some of the heavy lifting by giving you two types of filtering, Search Insights and Manual Filtering. Today we’re covering the in’s and out’s of using Search Insights, stay tuned next week as we’ll cover Manual Filtering. Search Insights Pre-configured filters to help you make sense of long keyword lists, e.g. Highly Engaging Keywords, High Traffic Keywords, Paid Keywords. These search insights

Quick Tip: Using Permalinks for Graphs

Compete’s graphs have a special permalink button so you can select any of our metrics and link your colleagues directly to the graph you’re looking at. Please note that when you send links to PRO metrics the user you send it to must also have access to view it. The free metrics are in the site profile and comparison section of Compete and freely viewable metrics include Unique Visitors, Visits,