As with any developing technology, some people hold misconceptions about PPC keywords. Some are completely false, while others are based on half-truths that simply need some clarification. While I can’t pretend that I’ve seen it all when it comes to misconceptions about pay-per-click (PPC) marketing, there are a few about keywords I want to address.
NBA Legend Karl Malone recently gave a pretty eyebrow-raising interview which is currently getting quite a bit of attention. Most of that interest centers on the comments he made about fighting former teammate, Kobe Bryant, but what I want to look at is what he said about the use of analytics in sports.
Note: This post was originally published on LinkedIn. Click here to view the original post. The beginning of the year is a great time to take an in-depth look into your pay-per-click (PPC) accounts and assess its architecture. Much like an annual checkup with a doctor, it’s important to review every component of your account at […]
Whenever I’m pitching the value of paid search marketing aka pay-per-click (PPC), inevitably one of the greatest concerns people have is with the cost. They think that it’s too expensive to use Google Adwords or they’re addicted to getting free stuff and only want to focus on organic traffic. Although you do have to pay […]
So here’s my thinking. There are going to be hundreds of internet marketing articles published between now and mid February that will promise to provide you with magic bullet for success. Rather than bore you with another cliche marketing post, I figured that it would be both fun and useful, to do a post about […]
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Tonight I began the annual odyssey of trying to find the perfect presents for my favorite people coinciding with Yuletide, better known as Christmas shopping. About halfway through my little shopping trip, I stopped into a brand new HomeGoods store that had opened up close by my office. If you’re not familiar with HomeGoods, basically […]