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Managing paid search campaigns is a delicate balance between automation and analytical thinking. This month’s playlist focuses on utilizing check lists and automating tasks to save your time. Amplified Gold Posts I love checklists. They are an effective way to manage PPC tasks. Seer Interactive shared 5 Things to Watch in New Campaigns this month. I have already used this …
Ah September. The month of Labor Day, delicious pumpkin-flavored things (lattes, ice cream and beer) and pre-season NHL hockey. All great things! Let’s get into September news in the world of search engine optimization: Google Owned 64.8% of Search Queries Conducted in the US in August 2011 http://www.marketingprofs.com/charts/2011/5939/search-rankings-google-grabs-648-in-august Google’s search engine share continues to slide ever so slightly downward, as …
When I first started in paid search almost 5 years ago Google’s Content Network (now Display Network) was intimidating. I compared it to the wild west because you spent time developing campaigns and then hoped for the best. You could spend a lot of money and not have a return to show for it or limited data and tools to …