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Archive for January, 2009

Most Reliable, 3rd Party INFO ON >> SEO & SEARCH MARKETING

SEO  & SEARCH MARKETING . According to a Forrester Research Media Field Study, getting a loyal audience in the first place is best done by Search Engine Placement. According to Georgia Tech’s Graphics, Visualization And Usability survey, 84.8% of Internet users use search engines to find websites. In an ActivMedia Research study, Search Engine Positioning was ranked #1 website...

Posted by Andy Alagappan on January 26th, 2009

Study: Online marketing spending gains

Online marketing spending gains Chicago—Organizations worldwide will continue to invest in online marketing campaigns this year, but fewer than half of marketers use technology to measure the results, according to a new study by Alterin.The company’s sixth “Annual Marketing Survey” found that online campaigns involving social networks, e-mail and pay-per-click advertising will increase...

Posted by Andy Alagappan on January 26th, 2009

Marketing budgets are increasing for 2009 !

Marketing budgets are increasing From a quick poll of over 1,200 advertisers and agency execs (B2B and B2C) at the Association of National Advertisers annual conference in October… 34% said they were increasing their current marketing budgets or making no changes in response to the downturn, while a third said they’d be doing some reallocation Nearly 40% plan to increase marketing budgets in...

Posted by Andy Alagappan on January 4th, 2009

Search marketing spending is increasing ( SEO & PPC )

Search Engine marketing spending is increasing in 2009 ! Despite the faltering economy, search marketing is holding up well, as marketers focus on tools that promise the strongest return on investment. According to a new study by interactive marketing analytics company ., year-over-year growth in paid search in North America stood at 32% in the third quarter, in line with several other analyses...

Posted by Andy Alagappan on January 2nd, 2009