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Search Engine Optimization (SEO): What We Learned In 2014

December 11, 2014 Posted in Search Engine Marketing, SEO by

SEO for 2014 and 2015
One of Internet marketing’s important questions is whether it makes sense to put a marketing budget toward search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click advertising (PPC), or both? You’ll find a mix of opinions on the issue. Some feel that adding PPC when a site is already ranking well organically creates unnecessary expensive cannibalism—paying for clicks that would have come for free through an organic ranking. Others believe in a synergistic effect that PPC has on organic traffic. So what is the right answer?

Why Universities Fail At Teaching Internet Marketing

May 3, 2012 Posted in Copywriting, Internet, Search Engine Marketing, SEO, Social Media by

Why Universities Fail At Teaching Internet Marketing
I recently graduated from university with a masters degree in Information Systems Management. This was a very exciting achievement for me, finishing university is something that not everyone has the opportunity to do. While I was attending I stumbled upon Internet marketing and everything that it entails. I was enthralled by it and read everything I could find. After I had read and studied about Internet marketing for about 8 months, I discovered that my university offered an Internet marketing class. I immediately signed up for it and imagined that it would be an awesome class where I would take my skills to the next level.

SEO & PPC: The Facts on Integration, Cannibalism & Synergism

February 21, 2012 Posted in Search Engine Marketing by


One of Internet marketing’s important questions is whether it makes sense to put a marketing budget toward search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click advertising (PPC), or both? You’ll find a mix of opinions on the issue. Some feel that adding PPC when a site is already ranking well organically creates unnecessary expensive cannibalism—paying for clicks that would have come for free through an organic ranking. Others believe in a synergistic effect that PPC has on organic traffic. So what is the right answer?

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