In continuing aimClear coverage of #SESCHI, aimClear stepped inside… the Room of Secrets… along with an audience of curious online marketers. We were welcomed by Lee Odden, SES Advisory Board & CEO, TopRank Online Marketing who thoughtfully introduced solo panelist Bryan Eisenberg, SES Advisory Board and NYTimes Bestselling Author, bryaneisenberg.com. The session, by name, promised […]
There has been much written surrounding classic query types. In review, conventional wisdom dictates that there are basically three kinds: Informational – suggests the searcher is on the broad quest for knowledge about a topic of interest (medical symptoms, film trivia, tips on housebreaking puppies, etc.). Navigational – indicates the searcher is on the hunt for a specific […]
Once visitors arrive, the landing pages you display to them is a crucial component in converting them into buyers. “Landing Page Testing and Tuning” focused on ways to test and tweak your landing pages to get that conversion. I’m looking forward to some very practical and relevant advice during this SES New York 2009 session […]
Moderator Greg Jarboe (President & Co-founder, SEO-PR) opened the session by asking the audience “Who on our panel is the Lion, the Tiger or the Bear…oh my?” All Wizard of Oz references aside, there appears to be no clearly defined Yellow brick road to success in these tight economic times.
We encounter companies spending obscene amounts of Internet marketing cash on unfocused local television and newspaper website banner ads, relying on semi-useless statistics and without building in the campaign’s ability to calculate return on investment.
[Editor’s note: This post is our continued dissemination of content from this week’s SearchEngineStrategies San Jose search marketing conference, where aimClear had 3 correspondents providing our readers notes and articles. The following is from our friend and blogger-associate, Charlene Jaszewski:] Search is all about getting users to your site, but what happens when they get […]
Lately we’ve experienced a humbling surge of inquires from potential clients, exceeded only by StumbleUpon traffic to our blog . It should be no surprise for any reputable web 2.0 search marketing agency to receive daily cold calls from interested SEM shoppers who have been referred by existing clients, an advertising agency, or simply found […]
Promises, Promises Advertisers by nature tend to tune messaging in PPC ads to drive focused traffic from keyword searches closely related to the product being sold. However at times we all take a little liberty and weave harmless hyperbole into ads to help insure a good click through rate (CTR). It’s crucial that promises made […]
Pay Per Click (PPC) marketing can be extremely effective. Think about it: the reason Google and Yahoo make so darn much money is because they sell ridiculous amounts of advertising, one click at a time. The reason real advertisers (like you) buy PPC in droves is because it can be a win-the-lottery marketing tool if […]