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SMX Local & Mobile 2008 – San Francisco, CA July 24-25, 2008
Driving offline conversions with online marketing — that’s what SMX Local & Mobile is about.
The internet influenced an estimated $500 billion in offline sales last year. The crucial holiday selling season is just around the corner and the economy is shaky at best. That makes investing in effective local and mobile search marketing practices and tactics a must for any organization that relies on in-store purchasing.
Google continues to force more and more search categories to local search results. I realize ‘forcing’ may seem a bit strong, but Google’s recent addition of the ‘Looking for local results’ prompt has the…
Although not new news, I still encounter folks who question if traffic from organic search or ppc is more valuable. In general, I find that people believe that traffic from organic search results is…
We all know that Google ranks inbound links as a powerful "vote" for a website. We also accept, generally speaking, that the more quality inbound links a site has, then the higher its page rank, keyword rankings and resulting traffic. With the rise of social media, we are also learning that Google values the diggs, tags or votes a site receives on social media sites. Aside from just the inbound links, traffic spikes and "netizen" awareness that social media sites can generate, they also have a direct impact on Google rankings.
220 of San Diego’s (and from around the county) finest marketing specialists, ppc’ers, seo’ers, trackers, you name, it gathered today downtown at the Omni for an info- and networking packed day. It was my…
As most of my colleagues know, I’m a lover of tracking – especially when it comes to SEO. Yes, we track changes in search engine (SE) rankings, inbound links, etc. but we also like…
Although familiar by now, Enquino’s 2007 search engine user survey claims that the top 4 organic listings on a search engine results page (SERP) capture 54.9% of clicks for a search term, while the number one organic result captures 26.4%. In contrast, the top pay-per-click ad captures 8.7% of clicks while the number two ad captures only 3.4%.