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This report is perfect if you are looking for an SEO or PPC agency, or seeking to learn more about the industry. The guide contains profiles of 31 leading UK agencies, all the latest market trends and tips for buyers.
This research is based on a survey of 250 merchants and 150 agencies, containing unique data about the use of affiliate marketing, spending on this channel and its effectiveness.
A free 12-page briefing with trends, search engine changes and developments, and the latest statistics related to SEO. The report also discusses SEO techniques and strategies for link-building.
This 55-page report contains a detailed analysis of the UK search marketing environment, covering search engine optimisation and paid search. Based on the biggest UK survey of its kind. There is a 2009 report available.
A detailed analysis of the fast-growing Ireland search market, covering search engine optimisation and paid search. Based on a 2008 survey of digital marketers.
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The Vertical Search Report, carried out in partnership with Convera, is based on an online survey of more than 500 media and internet professionals carried out in October and November 2007, covering various aspects of this area.
This research, carried out in association with buy.at, is based on an online survey carried out in August and September 2007 and reflects the nature of affiliate marketing agencies.
This is a free 11-page briefing based on Econsultancy's summer 2007 roundtable about Online PR.
This is a free 11-page briefing based on Econsultancy's 2007 roundtable about Social Media.