Device targeting is important nowadays since most of the users are using mobile devices to browse the web. Use device targeting to reach your best customers on any device. With device targeting, you can customize your ads for different mobile devices and operating systems. This way you can target people who are online on mobile devices or using different operating systems.

The final and most important metric is conversion. Make sure that you set up your conversion goals within your analytics. That way you can see which keywords are not only driving traffic but out of that traffic what percentage is converting. That is how you can measure keyword success. If you’re not doing this, then it becomes more difficult to identify your highest performing keywords.
Angenommen, der fiktive Supermarkt A möchte wissen, wie sein Markt im Vergleich zu anderen ankommt. Zuerst einmal muss Supermarkt A herausfinden, mit welchen anderen Märkten er sich vergleichen möchte, welche also direkt mit ihm konkurrieren. In einen Fragebogen zur Wettbewerbsanalyse gehört daher zuerst einmal die Frage nach potenziellen Konkurrenten.
Mobile ad marketplaces like Adfonic enable advertisers to target consumers at local levels across mobile sites and apps, with exceptional geographic precision. At Adfonic, we currently support real-time, geo-targeted ads in the UK, to postal town level, and in the US, to state and Nielsen DMA (Designated Marketing Area) level; A DMA is roughly equivalent to a city and its suburbs. Advertisers determine which geographic regions they want to target, and our platform then determines in real time which ad campaigns a user should be served, by identifying their physical location.

Bluetooth technology is less expensive than GPS and WiFi. However, while bluetooth makes beacons great, it’s also their downside, as many folks keep bluetooth turned off when they’re moving around in the world. To understand the tech in greater detail, Estimote, a beacon vendor, does a good job of explaining the physics and math of how beacons work.

Once you've done your research, you want to make sure you're incorporating it into your content marketing strategy every step of the way. One of the best ways to keep yourself and your team on track is to use  a tool that's already integrated with your marketing automation platform. This will give everyone visibility into what keywords your team is using, how they're using them and how your content is performing. 
L’Oreal did something similar when it used geolocation technology to create a virtual art exhibit that allowed attendees to uncover the art and feel as though they were right there looking at it. Brands can also use geolocation technology in mobile apps that include gamification aspects to engage a user more fully in a particular product or service.
Auf diese Weise hat die junge Anwältin mit relativ wenig Aufwand herausgefunden, wie sie sich gegenüber den Platzhirschen ihrer Branche am Markt behaupten kann. Sie hat in die Tat umgesetzt, was in Fachbüchern mit Begriffen wie SWOT-Analyse oder Stärken-Schwächen-Analyse beschrieben wird. Was so klingt, als bräuchte man dafür eine wissenschaftliche Ausbildung und mehrere Monate Zeit, lässt sich also ganz einfach auf ein Normalmaß herunterbrechen, das sich in angemessener Zeit bearbeiten lässt. Das Ergebnis ihrer Analyse kannst du übrigens in ihrem Businessplan nachlesen.
People are no longer shocked to find elements of personalization embedded into various aspects of advertising, and in fact, have even come to expect it. Think about it this way: When it comes to marketing emails, which are you more likely to open and read—the one addressed to “Dear Customer” featuring generic copy on topics that aren’t relevant to you? Or are you more likely to engage with the email addressed to your name that includes links to blog posts relevant to the industry you work in, as well as items you might like based on your previous purchases? That’s right—you’re going to open and read the email that’s tailored to you.

Um konkurrenzfähig zu bleiben, muss ein Sportler fitter sein als seine Mitstreiter - ein Unternehmen hingegen muss innovativer sein, mehr anbieten, Kundenwünsche besser erfüllen als seine Wettstreiter. In diesem Prozess ist vor allem eines wichtig: Der Blick nach rechts und links. Genau zu erforschen, was konkurrierende Unternehmen machen, passiert im Rahmen einer Wettbewerbsanalyse. Im Folgenden wird erläutert, worum es sich dabei handelt, welche Einblicke eine solche Analyse liefert und warum gerade digitale Marktforschung sich optimal eignet, um Konkurrenten systematisch zu durchleuchten.
It’s all about repeated exposure—while your previous site visitors browse other websites, your retargeting provider will show them ads for your services and products. Using retargeting, you can entice visitors back to your website and effectively convert these digital window shoppers into customers for your business. In fact, potential customers who are retargeted with display ads are 70 percent more likely to convert. Now, doesn’t that sound nice?
Vergessen Sie dabei nicht, auch das eigenen Unternehmen unter die Lupe zu nehmen, denn sonst können sie ja keinen Vergleich anstellen. Grundsätzlich sollte eine Wettbewerbsanalyse regelmäßig mindestens einmal pro Jahr durchgeführt werden, denn nur ein Unternehmen, das mit offenen Augen durch den eigenen Markt läuft, kann auch tragfähige und zukunftsorientierte Entscheidungen treffen.

Reason: If visitors find your website with a certain keyword but you have a high bounce rate, that’s enough to know that something is not going as it should. Ask yourself and test if it is a problem with content quality, appearance, etc. There is often more than one explanation for a high bounce rate, and there could be more than one solution. If you are totally lost at this point, a feedback session with five potential users might provide some insightful ideas.
For example, say you have a clinic in Des Moines, Iowa. Someone looking at your social media advertising in California isn’t likely to come to your clinic. A geotargeted campaign would help you find social media users that need your clinic and live in your area. And if you have multiple locations, you can run geotargeted social media ads in each area where you want to increase your customer base.
Either way, for the third time, thank you, Chandan. I tend to start my analysis (my own website or that of competition) using something simpler (like or the tool I mentioned before that was flagged for some reason). It gives a lot of technical data quickly, so long as you can decipher it and draw some conclusions. And, naturally, take some of it with a grain of salt. But once that is done, your list is the obvious next step into in-depth analysis.