Scott over at Post-Click Marketing Blog frequently conjures very interesting metaphors for search marketing, and I love a good metaphor! In this post, Scott draws comparisons from post-notes and billboard and how they are a reflection of your PPC campaign elements.
Ashley over at Online Marketing blog has written a solid article on 5 Tips for Driving Qualified Traffic with Online Marketing. The article covers some tried-and-true methods such as know your audience, give them what they want, and choose the right keywords.
Katrina over at PushONline Marketing has a great post on the differences between Google analytics and Urchin. If you use either, you may find her post incredibly useful and interesting!
Jeremy from PPC Discussions has written a post on the accuracy of the new Google Adwords keyword tool feature that is showing numbers of actual searches performed per keyword level. A test he performed showed Google was surprisingly within 5% of what his June keyword impressions were. Nice Google!
To be clear, I selected this title not for brevity, but to highlight that now some of your ads may actually be that long, in the first line. No, not exactly that long, but after this blog you’ll come to understand. So, to start, Google recently has announced that for select top position ads, the domain URL of the display URL will appear next to the headline of your ad, separated by a line like so:
Let’s face it, while the digital advertising industry continues to grow, and while they Pay-Per-Click ad model has proven hugely successful overall, digital advertising in general is generally viewed as …