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One approach to search marketing is to treat the search traffic as a side-effect of a digital marketing strategy. I’m sure Google would love SEOs to think this way, although possibly not when it comes to PPC! Even if you’re taking a more direct, rankings-driven approach, the engagement and relevancy scores that come from delivering what the customer values should serve you well, too.
Posted by Cyrus-Shepard
I hate bad linkbait, and it floods my inbox. Bad linkbait wastes our time, money, and our audience's attention.
On the other hand, I love creating linkable assets. I also love searching the web for linkable assets and sharing them with others. Before we go any further, let's define what we mean by linkbait, bad linkbait and linkable assets.
In a recent post I talked about the benefits of productizing your business model along with some functional ways to achieve productization.
A product, in and of itself is really only 1/2 of what you are selling to your clients. The other 1/2 of the equation is the "experience".
Posted by katemorris
We have hired a few new people at Distilledâwe're always growingâbut as I was explaining the Keyword Planner to our new hires I realized that we are all thinking the wrong way for the future of online marketing.
Posted by Dr-Pete
Watching Google change can quickly become an obsession, and it's easy to jump at every shadow when they test thousands of ideas per year (and roll out hundreds). This post is an attempt to take all of the things I've seen in the past six months and tell a story driven by real data. This is the story of how I think Google will look by the end of 2014, and what that implies about their direction and core philosophy.