Pay Per Click Universe – October 17, 2011 – Vol. 8, No. 20
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Recent Pay-Per-Click News and Announcements
Google CTR Study: Top Three Positions Deliver 35% of Traffic – October 17, 2011
Posted By EConsultancy – “Ripples spread through the SEO community with the recent publication of a new Click Through Rate (CTR) study by an agency called Slingshot.Why oh why is this important to anyone you may ask! Let me enlighten you… Ever since SEO was coined as a term, brands employing the services of agencies have asked what they are likely to get as a result of deploying it.” Read the rest of the news item here.
Simple Works, but Which Flavor of Simple? – October 14, 2011
Posted By Traffick – “You can say this a thousand times and it’s never as interesting to people as it should be (until they see the financial result and it affects them directly): changing a single, unassuming word in an ad headline can have major repercussions on response and ROI.” Read the rest of the news item here.
How Search Conversions Are Driven By Display Impression Frequency – October 13, 2011
Posted By Search Engine Land – “Along with the most obvious campaign attributes that impact cross-channel marketing performance – traits like publisher, size, creative, keyword, placement, etc. – are a number of less intuitive factors that can significantly influence your results.” Read the rest of the news item here.
It’s Holiday PPC Time Again… – October 9, 2011
Posted By PPC Without Pity – “Well, folks, it’s that time of year again. You know what I’m talking about – the time when you have to dust off the old holiday campaigns in your PPC account (if your business is consumer focused) or twiddle your thumbs as your search traffic volume heads into the gutter (if your website focuses on business-to-business services). I’m just kidding, B2B folks. Now’s a great time for you to review this year’s performance and put into play structural changes and optimization plans for when things pick up in January.” Read the rest of the news item here.
6 Ways to Boost Incremental PPC Traffic This Holiday Season – October 4, 2011
Posted By The RKBBlog – “Although October is just getting underway, it’s not too early to start your paid search holiday season preparations! In just a few short weeks we will find ourselves engrossed in bidding adjustments, ad copy changes and other time sensitive updates, so now is the time to get a few extra projects checked off your list that will pay off during the holiday frenzy.” Read the rest of the news item here.
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