Informational: These keywords represent the very beginning of the conversion process, and are not very likely to convert on the first visit. If you’re running a branding campaign you’ll want to be sure to include informational keywords on your list. If you’ve got a conversion goal, you still can’t afford to ignore these keywords as they make up the majority of searches. Informational keywords often use words/phrases like "how to", “do I need” and “where to find”. Consider these leads to be converted later via your website or a retargeting campaign.

In reality, even profitability focused campaigns will have limits when it comes to budget, so our focus is often maximizing profitability within the budget we have allotted. This can mean bringing in fewer conversions at a lower cost per acquisition (CPA) and eliminating elements of campaigns that are under performing compared to your acceptable conversion goal. Mining search query reports, establishing negative keywords, bidding down on keywords with high CPA’s or no conversions are all techniques we employ in order to maximize our profitability within the parameters given.
En linkanalyse er en komplet analyse af alle websitets indgående backlinks. Den vil typisk fylde 40-50 A4-sider. Med en linkanalyse får du kortlagt alle de problematikker, der måtte være med dit websites backlink-profil, og alle de muligheder for forbedringer der måtte være. Med en linkanalyse i hånden får du og dit firma en klar strategi, der tager udgangspunkt i jeres nuværende linkprofil, og som viser, hvordan der skal arbejdes med linkbuilding fremadrettet.

Geotargeting is the practice of delivering content to a consumer — via mobile or web — using geographic location information about that individual. At a basic level, a business can restrict its reach to consumers only located in a defined geographic area such as a state or a city. But location often provides much deeper, more meaningful and identifiable traits that tell you what a person wants, needs or is interested in.


Dazu gehört auch die SWOT-Analyse, die Stärken und Schwächen des eigenen Unternehmens mit Chancen und Risiken aus der Unternehmensumwelt in Beziehung setzt und daraus Strategien ableitet. Diese Methode erfordert die systematische Untersuchung von Unternehmen und Umwelt. Die Ergebnisse der Wettbewerbsanalyse gehören in diesem Zusammenhang neben gesamtwirtschaftlichen, politischen und gesellschaftlichen Faktoren zur Umwelt- und Marktanalyse.


It is a common misconception that sprinkling your chosen keyword randomly throughout your site is enough to improve SEO for B2B marketing. Unfortunately, doing so can actually result in a serious loss of business. Creating a strong keyword strategy is one of the most important things you can do to improve SEO. It is equally important to know how to do it right, as well as understand why it’s so necessary. This post will explain why a keyword strategy is important for SEO and B2B marketing, as well as explain how to create one that will draw in business.
Increasing smartphone penetration will create the scale required to drive geo-location business models forward, and kick-start advertiser spend in a big way. And major infrastructure developments within NFC and mobile payments will also help demand for geo-targeted advertising to surge by closing the loop and facilitating the entire process, from ad view to final purchase, to be conducted on a mobile phone.
It’s critically important to ensure you are collecting good data, and to do this you must correctly configure Google Analytics and Google AdWords to share data. It is important that this is customised to your reporting needs and individual objectives as you can then use that data to optimise your campaigns. This chapter outlines how to measure your campaign to enhance your PPC strategy.

Before we can create our campaign we must clearly understand our target audience. This will help develop the campaign structure and inform the way you create the campaign. The key to successful advertising is truly understanding the wants and needs of your customers. To understand our audience we can ask Who? What? Where? When? Why? This chapter discusses how to understand your audience and build a campaign around their wants and needs. <<<<
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