Pay Per Click Universe – December 6/2010 – Vol. 7, No. 23
The Most Common Online Marketing Mistakes
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How To Grab The 63% Of People Who Ignore Online Ads – December 3, 2010
Posted By MarketingVox – “A new survey delivered some glum news to the online ad industry: more than six in ten respondents say Internet ads (63%) are the ads they are most likely to ignore. Among those who ignore Internet ads, two in five say they ignore banner ads (43%) the most and one in five say they ignore search engine ads (20%) the most.” Read the rest of the news item here.
Search Marketers Get Comfortable Buying Display And Video Ads In 2011 – December 1, 2010
Posted By Search Marketing Daily – “Marketers, especially those who spend their lives in search, will want to pay close attention in 2011 to a trend toward video and display ad platforms acting more like search marketing tools.” Read the rest of the news item here.
Measure How Customers Interact With Your Ads – November 30, 2010
Posted By Google Inside AdWords Blog – “New AdWords features such as Product ads, Sitelinks and Click-to-call allow you to create more interactive ads. Product ads and Sitelinks help customers find the most relevant pages on your website and Click-to-call allows customers to call your business directly from the search results.” Read the rest of the news item here.
The Magic Keywords For Holiday PPC Campaigns – November 28, 2010
Posted By PPC Without Pity – “Well, Thanksgiving is over and it’s time to move on to the next holiday. Whether you’re celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or Festivus this year, chances are things are going to get pretty busy for you if you’re running a retail-oriented pay per click campaign this season.” Read the rest of the news item here.
A 10 Day Plan To Overhaul Your PPC Campaigns, Part 1 – November 24, 2010
Posted By Search Engine Watch – “There’s a certain inertia to all marketing projects. By the time you finish launching something, the last thing you want to do is to keep dwelling on it weeks later.” Read the rest of the news item here.
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The Death of Last Click Measurement — by Mathew Manu
A perfect storm of factors has been brewing for the last couple of years that have led many marketers to re-think the way they assess the performance of their marketing initiatives:
An increase in the number of channels the average brand used to market itself, leading to an increase in marketing “touches” experienced by consumers
An increase in the use of digital channels, resulting in an increase in measureable marketing results/data
Growing evidence that marketing channels and campaigns do not operate in a vacuum, but influence and are influenced by, all other channels and campaigns
The advent of attribution management technology that allows marketers to understand the impact of each channel, campaign and attribute, on each other
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