Webinar Replay: Millennial Search Behavior
In a recent webinar, we reviewed the importance on search marketing, and its role in capturing sales and market share from competitors…
Search Share: JackThreads
Data telling a search marketing story about JackThreads’ performance against its competitors.
(Flappy) Bird is the (Key)word: Lessons from its Virality
If you’re an iPhone owner, chances are you’ve heard of a certain, maddeningly frustrating game called Flappy Bird. If you’re not an iPhone owner, chances are you’ve still heard of it – the simple, yet unnecessarily difficult app flapped to viral success, but took the application world by surprise when creator Dong Nguyen abruptly took the game down.
Success Stories: Use Search Intelligence to Acquire Strategic Assets
Regularly monitoring competitive intelligence search data is key for short-term SEO strategy, but it can also dictate long-term digital marketing plans. As an online brand, you should be regularly monitoring referral keywords, or search terms that bring traffic to your site. Yes, this can be done in your local analytics. But, local analytics don’t show what keywords are driving traffic to your competitors’ sites.
Search Marketers, Pick Your Keyword Battles Wisely
Getting found online is one of the major challenges every marketer faces, and it’s a problem that can have any number of solutions. One channel that digital marketers rely on to serve this need is search. Whether it’s bidding on the right keywords in your paid search efforts or creating keyword-rich content to attract the right customers, doing a bit of competitive research before you dive into search can pay…
The Weekly Compete Pulse
Happy New Year from the Compete team! As you’re getting back in the saddle and making plans for the year ahead, take a few minutes and reflect on 2012. Where were your biggest successes? Your biggest learning experiences? If you missed any digital insights from the Compete blog during the year, now’s your chance to read through last year’s highlights with the Best of the Compete Blog: 2012 Edition. Let’s
Seeing Between the Lines of the Search and the Click
Image from: Online Search / Shutterstock Search marketing is an intense and competitive battlefield, and for those of us in the trenches it can feel like being dropped in an unknown location without a map or GPS to guide us. To date, the ability to track actual consumer behavior from a search to a click has been virtually non-existent. Because search engine results pages (SERPs) are different for every consumer
Your Report Card Is In; Search Marketing Plays Well With Others
Image from: Student Image / Shutterstock The old model of communication (sender -> receiver) doesn’t really cut it anymore, especially with the ubiquity of social media in our digital world. Your search marketing efforts shouldn’t be any different. Allowing your search ads to be more interactive for consumers is a great way to increase engagement with your paid search campaigns, and at the same time, shows your potential customers that
The Weekly Compete Pulse
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably survived the peak of the brutal heat wave and are sitting next to your favorite air conditioner with your drink of choice in hand. But don’t let that giant ball of fire in the sky deter you from keeping up to date on online marketing news. C’mon, put down that lemonade (its okay, you can still sit next to the AC) and read along
Digital CMO Series: GroupM Search and Compete
At this point, most marketers understand the value of search as a direct response vehicle.Â Search marketing is an ideal tool for capturing and converting lower funnel consumers’ intent and transforming that into bottom line action.Â However, most marketers do not yet understand the full value of the search marketing platform.Â Consumers use search throughout their decision and shopping processes — and opportunities exists for marketers to harness this with
March 2010 Search Market Share
Recently the Dow Jones Industrial Average broke the 11,000 mark, and The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index®, which had decreased in February, rebounded in March. Both are good signs for those of us looking for positive indications of an economic recovery, but is the search market exhibiting a similar trend and helping to paint a rosy outlook?