Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
The relationship between bids and conversions is like that between ice cream sundaes and maraschino cherries. It’s theoretically possible to have one without the other, but the natural order involves the two of them being intricately linked. The better your conversion rate, the more aggressive you can get with your bids. The more value you receive […]
When it comes to telling search engines about the content on a website, webmasters might be wondering if they should submit sitemaps or just setup RSS or Atom feeds. Google’s answer? Use both. In a new blog post sharing advice on XML sitemaps and RSS/Atom feeds, Google says it’s not an either/or question. For optimal […]
Q3 brought more paid search growth among RKG’s clients according to the firm’s third quarter digital marketing report. Paid search ad spend on Google increased 27 percent and Bing increase ad spend rose 24 percent, for an overall growth rate of 26 percent year-over-year. No surprise, mobile devices and product ads continue to drive paid […]
Despite smartphone ubiquity, desktop conversions still largely outpace mobile conversions. Columnist Mark Ballard looks at whether larger iPhone 6 screens will narrow the gap.
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Local marketing seems to change incredibly rapidly. Columnist Wesley Young shares the essential trends that you should be watching.
SEM / Paid Search
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