Tag Archives: Suggests

Data Suggests 94% Of Searches Send People To Alphabet Properties

Data Suggests 94% Of Searches Send People To Alphabet Properties by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, August 14, 2019 Marketers that helped Google build its empire shouldn’t be surprised to learn that 50.33% of searches on Google ended without a click during the second quarter in 2019 — the vast majority organic — and 94% … Continue reading Data Suggests 94% Of Searches Send People To Alphabet Properties

Amazon Takes Search Budgets From Google, Bing, Yahoo, Data Suggests

Amazon Takes Search Budgets From Google, Bing, Yahoo, Data Suggests by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, April 24, 2019 Marketers spent a whopping 77% more during the first quarter of 2019 on Amazon Sponsored Brands ads, formerly known as Headline Search Ads, while Amazon Sponsored Products grew 19% year-on-year in the quarter, according to recent … Continue reading Amazon Takes Search Budgets From Google, Bing, Yahoo, Data Suggests

Search Queries: Data Suggests People Look Past Page One

Search Queries: Data Suggests People Look Past Page One by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, April 12, 2019 Page one search results may not give as incomplete a picture as marketers may think. And all who focus on search engine optimization strive to be as visible as possible. Only 4.32% of respondents participating in an E-Commerce Times … Continue reading Search Queries: Data Suggests People Look Past Page One

Marketers Don’t Understand SEO, Report Suggests

Marketers Don’t Understand SEO, Report Suggests by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, August 1, 2018 Some 83% of businesses think their digital marketing efforts are effective in helping them achieve their goal, but 44% name SEO as their least popular digital marketing channel. Clutch polled about 500 digital marketers at companies with at least 100 … Continue reading Marketers Don’t Understand SEO, Report Suggests

Data Suggests Brands Tie Search To ‘Prospecting,’ Programmatic Tactics

by Laurie Sullivan, Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, January 26, 2017   Reaching new customers using prospecting is on the rise. IgnitionOne note in its Q4 2016 Digital Marketing Report a shift in the amount that marketers spent in targeting ads — also known as remarketing — to consumers who have visited a site before, to a … Continue reading Data Suggests Brands Tie Search To ‘Prospecting,’ Programmatic Tactics

Data Suggests Early, Mobile, Search Top Trends For Holiday Shopping

by Laurie Sullivan, Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, August 24, 2016 Marketers will need to become more serious about knowing their customers this year. They will want to get the timing perfect, and determine whether they should reach out to them initially on a mobile device or desktop computer. In fact, long before the online holiday shopping … Continue reading Data Suggests Early, Mobile, Search Top Trends For Holiday Shopping

Brief change suggests local SEO ranking factors are different for branded queries

What are the differences between branded and non-branded local packs in Google, and how might ranking factors be weighted differently for each? Columnist Joy Hawkins shares her observations. Joy Hawkins on June 17, 2016   I had a unique experience a couple months ago that confirmed that Google weights local ranking factors differently for branded … Continue reading Brief change suggests local SEO ranking factors are different for branded queries

Mary Meeker’s Latest Internet Trends Report Suggests Content Marketers Should Focus on Snapchat, Facebook Video

by Chris Boyles June 13, 2016 Follow @chrsboylsJune 13, 2016 What can a Silicon Valley venture capitalist tell you about content marketing opportunities? Plenty. That’s because for 21 years, Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers’ Mary Meeker has obsessively studied how people use the Internet. Meeker presented her 2016 Internet Trends report last week and here’s … Continue reading Mary Meeker’s Latest Internet Trends Report Suggests Content Marketers Should Focus on Snapchat, Facebook Video