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How to Win the PPC War Using Competitor Market Research

If you’ve been doing pay-per-click (PPC) advertising for a while, you know better than anyone the overall costs to run and sustain an effective campaign are steadily rising, and you are losing market share to competitors.

Pay-per-click is getting more competitive, and that’s a fact you cannot change. But what you can adjust is how you use your competition to position yourself in the PPC space.

How the Rise of Voice Search Will Impact Paid Search Advertising

There are close to 420 million voice searches conducted every day, and that figure is expected to more than double by 2020.  

The rise in voice searches will change how you package your paid search advertising campaigns. To discount voice search now would mean missing out on volumes of traffic. And we’ll tell you why.

What Is Voice Search and What Does the Future Hold?  

“Ok Google, where can I purchase an affordable home near Pasadena?” “Where are the best K-8 schools located in Orange County?” “Where’s the best place to get brunch in Downtown Los Angeles?”

How to Avoid Paid Search Cannibalization

Your field is competitive and the market is saturated. Getting organic traffic to your site has been difficult, so you turn to paid search advertising to pull in more traffic. You’ve seen your competitors make successful plays with this marketing strategy, and as a result, they’ve driven up the amount of traffic to their website and have boosted their conversion rates, leading them to a greater ROI.

How to Refine Your Email Drip Strategy with a Data-Driven Approach

Email might just be the single most effective marketing tactic available. So why aren't yours working? How can you ensure that your messages are not simply lost among 200 emails your audience receives in their inbox every single day?

What Are the 3 Most Important Small Business KPIs?

Sometimes, even data-driven digital marketing can be difficult. You do your best to measure as much as you can about each of your ads, only to get bogged down in a data jungle.

Consider two hypothetical ads you recently ran on social media:

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