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A Scientific Argument For Making Bold Product Decisions

Countless articles argue that it's the smaller incremental improvements that form the overall growth of the company. However, even with many small tests yielding 2 or 3% improvements each, this kind of strategy can be the death of your company. In product management, split testing is an excellent example of why the small improvements may … Continue reading A Scientific Argument For Making Bold Product Decisions

Marketing Lab - Dynamic Keyword Insertion

Marketing lab: Does Dynamic Keyword Insertion Work In Search Ads For Fashion?

TL;DR version: Based on this study: Click-through rates were significantly higher without DKIs (10-65% higher) Conversion rates were significantly higher without DKIs (300%+) This study did not manage to give a definitive conclusion on the impact on the cost per click when using the DKI Background The online marketing community seems to have a love/hate relationship … Continue reading Marketing lab: Does Dynamic Keyword Insertion Work In Search Ads For Fashion?

David Meerman Scott on The New Rules of Marketing and PR

David Meerman Scott is the author of ten books including The New Rules of Marketing and PR, which has sold more than 350,000 copies and been translated into 25 languages and released in the 5th edition in October 2015. David is a world-renowned speaker and expert on social media and digital marketing. A 15-year journey … Continue reading David Meerman Scott on The New Rules of Marketing and PR

Determining How Much To Bid CPC on AdWords

Too many marketers are not sufficiently data-driven. They act as if they were engaging in the old world, where things were far less tangible due to lack of transparency and data. This is no longer an excuse. It doesn’t mean that you should always let cost efficiency dictate your budget allocation – for some brands, … Continue reading Determining How Much To Bid CPC on AdWords

Why You Shouldn’t Use Budgets In AdWords

One mistake digital marketers repeatedly make is to use the budgeting function in Google AdWords to limit their spending. You should never limit your spending by your budget – there are other ways to control the spending. To reach this conclusion, it’s essential to understand the fundamental dynamics of how search engines allocate impressions across … Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Use Budgets In AdWords