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Posts in Search Marketing

Business benefits of SEO

Search Engine Marketing helps site owners meet their various online marketing objectives such as generating leads, sales or simply building awareness.

There is more to search engine optimisation than just marketing, as companies can derive many business benefits from using SEO. Let’s take a look at a few...

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Online shoppers in no hurry to buy

The average time between a customer first visiting an etailer and completing their purchase has risen over the past two years, according to a new study.

ScanAlert's Digital Window Shopping Report found that shoppers take an average of 34 hours and 19 minutes from the first visit to purchase, according to an analysis of 2.6m online sales.

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AdWords Agency Secrets Revealed!

As the owner of a search marketing agency, I am constantly trying to find ways of increasing the awareness of search within the marketing community.

For too long now search marketing agencies have hidden their knowledge behind a wall of technical jargon in an attempt to keep ownership of these techniques, but this practice is holding back the growth of our industry.

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Interview with RedEye CEO Mark Patron

Mark Patron was appointed chief executive of RedEye in November last year. He talks to us about trends in the web analytics sector...

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Business benefits of using paid search

When implemented properly a paid search campaign can be an effective method of attracting new customers and repeat business, and offers the fastest way of getting to the top of the search rankings.

Companies can derive many benefits from paid search, some more obvious than others. Let’s take a look at a few…

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Keyword research – an essential market research tool

The web has made market research widely available but the conclusions drawn from different methods of research provide different and sometimes conflicting results.

The savvy manager will not just depend on one source of research about the market but several – and keyword research should be an essential part of any research project.

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Interview: ValueClick Europe CEO Carl White

ValueClick Europe CEO Carl White talks about consolidation, integrated marketing, behavioural targeting and the influence of Google.

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Paid search - brand term strategies

Research has shown that branded search terms can offer the highest conversion rates, so it is vital that you are making the most from your brand searches.

While you may already rank well in the organic search results for your brand-related terms, it can still be useful to buy your terms for paid search.

Here are six recommendations for brand term strategies:

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Blinkx launches 'Adsense for videos'

Video search engine Blinkx has launched an Adsense-like platform called AdHoc in a bid to raise revenues from the content in its index.

The system uses speech recognition technology to place contextual ads next to or inside web videos on sites.

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eBay to limit Google ad spend

eBay has resumed advertising on Google after the two companies’ well-publicised clash earlier this month, but all is not forgiven.

The online auction company said it would use Google’s ad platforms in a “much more limited way” and focus more on rival ad services.

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Google on duplicate content

The issue of duplicate content is a thorny one that can affect sites' search rankings, and one that has even caught Google out in the past.

So it's good that the search giant's Adam Lasnik has written a post that throws some light on how it deals with the problem.

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Semel replaced as Yahoo! CEO

The troubled reign of Yahoo!'s Terry Semel has come to an end with the announcement that he is stepping down as the company's CEO.

Semel will be replaced in the hotseat by Jerry Yang, and will remain at Yahoo! as non-executive chairman.

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