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SEO Success from the Social Media

You know that moment, when you launched launching a brand new site, and it’s all going slow. You create a marketing strategy, define your SEO strategy, keywords, market and goals. You set up your Google AdWords, LinkedIn ads, Facebook ads, and whatever industry specific stuff you need to do. You define your link building strategy, […]

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First there was Marketing. Then they invented the Internet, Google, and the search engine optimization was born! Marketing people felt under the threat. Is SEO going to replace the need for marketing in general? Where we are today in the evolution of the online marketing is that the SEO is the key ingredient of most […]

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The PPC Market in Ireland is as the most industries hit hard in the last months. The bit price (CPC) for the huge range of keywords is just gone wild. The clicks are either Extremely expensive (CPC) That is a sign of many advertisers biding for the keyword they think is important for their business. […]

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Despite an economic turndown, online advertising–and search marketing (SEM) in particular–is managing to keep its market intact, according to reports on Tuesday by an industry trade group and Wall Street analyst: IAB Internet Advertising Revenue Report Shows First Half of ’08 Up 15.2% From Same Period ’07. The following data highlights key first six-month revenue […]

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Search Engine Marketing in Ireland is in fact almost exclusively Google Search Marketing, simply because Irish usage of the search engines is dominated by the Google.ie. Yahoo in particular and MSN have a far biggest clients share in US than in Ireland. This makes Irish search marketing market much simpler, since the web users are […]

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Well perhaps not really ‘The Ultimate’ but certainly the interesting one. It is far more geared towards helping you to manage your Google AdWords campaign (or basically steal your competitors one!), but has an interesting SEO Ranking report as well. Their SEO ranking tool is missing the Internationalisation that they support quite well in the […]

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