Archive for March, 2012

Get More Out Of Content Network Ads

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

Every online marketer wants improved impressions, high ROI and new conversions, yet you may find yourself in a rut, unable to take your numbers to the next level. If you are at all familiar with PPC advertising, then you already know that adCenter and AdWords give you the ability to arrange campaigns by content; but […]

Online Marketing Institute Workshop Comes to Phoenix

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

Vertical Measures is always excited to hear about digital marketing events taking place here in Phoenix. We see these events as opportunities to expand our knowledge and gain valuable insights from local industry experts. While attending the Online¬†Marketing¬†Summit in San Diego last month, we learned about the workshops put on by the Online Marketing Institute. […]

Content Writing – Shortcuts to Success

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

With the rise of the Internet, everybody is now a publisher. That means more content is pumped into existence than ever before as anybody with an idea can now get their voice heard in cyberspace. For your content writing to stand above the muck, here are four shortcuts to success: Michael Schwartz Michael Schwartz is […]

Can You Generate New Business Using Twitter? [VIDEO]

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

Arnie Kuenn answers: can you generate new business using Twitter? Arnie Kuenn Arnie Kuenn is the CEO of Vertical Measures and author of Accelerate! Content Development & Marketing to Grow Your Business Online. Vertical Measures provides search, social and content marketing services, designed to help businesses improve their online presence and obtain more traffic and […]

What Google Privacy Means for Advertisers

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

It’s already evident that Google has their eyes on its users like a hawk. If you are impressed by how much Google knows now, then get ready for some exciting news. Starting last week, Google revised its privacy policy, giving them the opportunity to obtain more information about each of its users (all 1 billion […]