Posts Tagged with "keywords"

Adwords: Bidding on a Competitor’s Brand Name

Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

Bidding on your competitor’s name as a keyword can be a great way to attract new customers, but it’s hardly worth it if you find yourself in a legal battle as a result. There are some important things should know before you creep on rival territory. Thankfully, a lot of this kind of behavior has […]

The True Value of Non-Branded Search Terms

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013

Successful advertisers make it a practice to consistently measure the performance of their campaigns. In order for you to build a successful online marketing plan, you must have a sense of what drives regular people to become converted into new customers. Unfortunately, analyzing this data isn’t always cut and dry. The lines start to get […]

What Old SEO Tricks May be Hurting You? [VIDEO]

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Brynna Baldauf of Vertical Measures answers “What Old SEO Tricks May Be Hurting You?” Brynna Baldauf Brynna is a Search Engine Optimization Specialist at Vertical Measures where she helps clients improve their organic search engine rankings. +Brynna Baldauf More Posts – Website – Twitter

Keyword Research in Google Webmaster Tools

Friday, February 18th, 2011

For webmasters trying to rank in Google organic results, it can often feel like you are all on your own with little help and guidance. There are the published Google guidelines and of course the great amounts of SEO blogs where writers can share their knowledge and opinions, but other than that companies and website […]

Top 10 Most Frightening Mistakes SEOs Will Make This Halloween

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

Halloween is the time of year when people dress up as ghosts, ghouls, goblins and other malevolent creatures that patrol the streets in search of candy and a good scare or two. In the SEO world, terrors lurk behind every corner of the web on a daily basis, pitfalls that can cause your site to […]