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Digital CMO Series – The Connection Project

The Compete Digital CMO Series is back! Over the next few months we will be sharing with you fresh insights, interviews and videos – from industry leaders who are navigating the new digital economy and successfully winning the hearts, minds and wallet share of today’s digitally connected consumers. At the Digital CMO Summit we spoke a lot about the importance of making connections. From building personal connections, to connecting data

Compete Releases Ranking of Top 50 Websites for April 2011

NYTimes.com Declined in First Full Month With Paywall; Daily Deal Sites Continue to Thrive BOSTON, MA–(Marketwire) - Compete, a Kantar Media company, today released its ranking of the top 50 websites for April 2011. Notable changes during the month included NYTimes.com, which saw unique visitors (UVs) decline during its first full month behind a paywall. Elsewhere on the list, daily deal sites thrived and video site Ustream.tv climbed more than 200

The Weekly Compete Pulse

It’s been a busy week here at Compete, things are settling down from last week’s Digital CMO Summit, and we’re getting prepped to head to Net.Finance next week. In the meantime, check out these links to some of this week’s news articles that we read and found interesting for online marketers. The founders of YouTube seem to be on a hot acquisition streak lately. After picking up Delicious, the social

The Weekly Compete Pulse

April showers bring May flowers, and one last Weekly Pulse before May begins. Check out these links to some of this week’s news articles that we read and found interesting for online marketers. If you manage the Twitter account for company, it can be tough to keep it interesting all the time. Luckily, Mashable gives some great tips to spice it up a little bit: 5 Quick Ways to Liven

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Happy April Fool’s Day weekend! No tricks up our sleeves today, just some links to some of this week’s news articles that we read and found interesting for online marketers. If you love data as much as we do at Compete, this article is for you. Analyzing paid search data at the most granular level is absolutely necessary to be able to better integrate paid search with business operations and

What Google Learned in 2010

Google Recently released a video which includes some interesting facts about what they learned by analyzing search behaviors in 2010. The data was compiled from over 60 research studies with the help of many partners, including Compete and OTX to better understand how consumers are utilizing the web. The research produced some pretty cool facts like: Google provides the most dating site search referrals 25% of new vehicle buyers utilize