The Compete Weekly Pulse
Maybe you’ve heard, but the big news this week is that digital darling Pinterest has surpassed longstanding microblogging champion Tumblr in monthly Unique Visitors for the first time! Opinions and inferences have varied across the field, but one thing is for sure: neither curation site is going anywhere anytime quickly. Both have their appealing features, and so watching their interplay in the upcoming months is sure to be interesting. Are
Sunday Series: Fast Movers in the Baseball Category
Image from: Baseball on Grass / Shutterstock This week’s Sunday Series features 10 fast movers in the Sports>Baseball category. From the looks of these sites on their way up, it seems as though minor league baseball is becoming a lot more popular with consumers this season. Have you been enjoying minor league baseball this year? Let us know in the comments!
Compete Ranking of Top 50 Websites for March 2011 Shows Traffic Springing Forward
MySpace.com and Mapquest.com Finally See Some Sunshine; Mevio.com Traffic Explodes BOSTON, MA–(Marketwire) - Compete, a Kantar Media company, has released its ranking of the top 50 websites for March 2011. In an unexpected turn of events, MySpace.com, which has been losing traffic consistently for more than a year, experienced a 5 percent uptick in March. Similarly, after four months of falling site traffic, Mapquest.com bounced back nearly 16 percent for the
Get your online marketer on at OMS San Diego
This week me and few other members of the Compete team will be hitting up our first online marketing event of the year, Online Marketing Summit in San Diego. I look forward to meeting our Compete users on the west coast at our Tech Showcase table to talk shop and at the Compete sponsored happy hour on Tuesday night to get saucy. Being a marketer that markets products that help
LogicLab Partnership with Compete Connects Industry’s Most Comprehensive Online Metrics
Data from Industry’s Largest Digital Panel Enables New Level of Targeting New York – (January 18, 2011) – LogicLab Inc., a company focused on applying deep marketing analytics to the mass media planning process, today announced it will enable its clients to access metrics from Compete, a Kantar Media company, from its LogicLab targtetLab™ platform. This new view will give advertisers, media buyers and media companies more detailed information on
The Weekly Compete Pulse
Here are the articles we read this week and found interesting for online marketers. forEntrepreneurs highlights the importance of turning potential clients into paying customers, and how it’s done in with B2B companies: Optimizing your Customer Acquisition Funnel Mashable tells us exactly how to reap the benefits of social media: 10 Steps for Successful Social Media Monitoring Alex Cohen’s SearchEngineWatch article explains the tools necessary for a successful paid search
The Jersey Shore Generates A Traffic Situation For mtv.com
GTL may mean a wild and crazy day of gym, tan, laundry for the cast of MTV’s Jersey Shore, but to the eCommerce team at MTV, GTL probably means something along the lines of “great traffic leads” to mtv.com. The cast of Jersey Shore is back for another round of fist pumping, hot tub-ing, and dancing in South Beach, Miami. Same drama, new zip code. *
Compete Webinar: Spend Smarter. Acquire Better. Introducing Enhanced Referral Analytics With Compete PRO!
Join us for a Webinar on June 24th from 2-3pm EDT Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now! Last week, Compete launched an enhanced Referral Analytics product that will help you understand your competitors’ and your industry’s marketing strategy. Learn from it, adapt to it, and then outperform it. Eric Austrew, Director of Product Management for Compete.com, will give an exclusive walk through of the new and improved Compete