jacob baadsgaard

  • How to Take Your Retargeting To The Next Level

    February 22, 2017 You’ve probably heard the old adage, “If at first you don’t succeed, try again.” Well, that’s certainly true in marketing. If your customers didn’t convert the first time they visited your site, then something about your messaging obviously didn’t work for them the first time around. Fortunately, there’s a remarketing ad for that.

    PPC Heroin Paid Search How To's Retargeting- 10 readers -
  • Local search: It’s all about mobile

    Optimizing for local search is important, but if you aren’t optimizing for mobile, you’re going to miss out on your most important source of local traffic. For years, Google has been improving the relevance of local search, from its “Pigeon Update” to Promoted Pins. And since there are more searches on mobile than desktop, it’s no wonder that Google has put a big emphasis on ...

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  • Local search: It’s all about mobile

    Optimizing for local search is important, but if you aren’t optimizing for mobile, you’re going to miss out on your most important source of local traffic. For years, Google has been improving the relevance of local search, from its “Pigeon Update” to Promoted Pins. And since there are more searches on mobile than desktop, it’s no wonder that Google has put a big emphasis on ...

    Search Engine Landin SEO- 17 readers -
  • Online Content: Is Longer Really Better?

    Writing online content is something of a balancing act. For years, SEO experts have pointed out that Google loves longer content. Your readers? Not necessarily. As a writer, that means you’re kind of stuck in the middle. Write too little, and your content won’t rank. Write too much, and most people won’t read your content.

    KISSmetrics Marketing Blogin Paid Search Content- 15 readers -
  • Are you writing too much content?

    How much content is too much content? Writers have been debating this question for centuries, if not millennia. Back in the 1800s, book authors were paid per page, so literary greats like Victor Hugo literally wrote as much as possible. However, while writing 650,000+ word novels was good for Hugo’s bottom line, there’s a reason why most people prefer the abridged version of ...

    Marketing Landin Content- 21 readers -
  • You’re Bidding On All the Wrong Keywords! (Here’s How To Fix It)

    January 11, 2017 Ever wonder why keyword research is so hard? Keywords are arguably the most important part of a paid search campaign, so there are tons of tools available that should make keyword research easy. But here’s the thing, while you can use these tools to do things like estimate search volume, predict cost-per-click or even spy on the keywords and ads of your co ...

    PPC Heroin Paid Search How To's- 18 readers -
  • Are your paid search ads making the right impression?

    Impression share is an interesting paid search metric. On the surface, you could argue that impression share is a fairly useless metric. In fact, I’ll admit that I’ve argued for years that impressions really aren’t an important measure of paid search success. However, while I still strongly believe that ROI — not impressions, clicks or conversions — is the ultimate gauge of ...

    Marketing Landin Paid Search- 15 readers -
  • Are your paid search ads making the right impression?

    Impression share is an interesting paid search metric. On the surface, you could argue that impression share is a fairly useless metric. In fact, I’ll admit that I’ve argued for years that impressions really aren’t an important measure of paid search success. However, while I still strongly believe that ROI — not impressions, clicks or conversions — is the ultimate gauge of ...

    Search Engine Landin Paid Search SEO- 15 readers -
  • Ad Impression Share: Quantity Or Quality?

    December 19, 2016 If I were to ask, “Which is more important: quantity or quality?”, most of you would probably respond with a resounding “Quality!” But then, I’m the CEO of a PPC marketing agency—a field that is intimately tied to quantity. So I might follow up with, “Great! Can you tell me what a ‘high quality’ ad impression share is?” **Cue the chirping crickets** Whe ...

    PPC Heroin Paid Search- 12 readers -
  • Is in-house marketing better than using an agency?

    Is it better to do your online marketing in-house or through an agency? It’s an important decision to make. Now, you should probably know that I’m a founder of an online advertising agency, so I might have a bit of a bias. But I have worked in-house and done my own fair share of hiring agencies throughout my career, so I’ve seen the good and bad of both options.

    Marketing Land- 19 readers -
  • PPC Advertising Hack: Super-Targeted Live Chat Prompts

    How do I get potential customers to engage on my site? If you’re trying to run a business online, this is a critically important question to answer—especially if you’re running any sort of pay-per-click (PPC) advertising. Clicks and site traffic simply aren’t enough. If you want your business to succeed, you need conversions and sales.

    KISSmetrics Marketing Blog- 8 readers -
  • Boost your conversion rate by 45% today… no, really!

    The goal of any good marketing campaign is conversions — or better yet, sales. Yes, key performance indicators (KPIs) like rankings and traffic can help you figure out whether or not your campaigns are on track, but if your marketing doesn’t lead to action (a conversion), it isn’t doing your business a whole lot of good.

    Marketing Landin Google- 17 readers -
  • Boost your conversion rate by 45% today… no, really!

    The goal of any good marketing campaign is conversions — or better yet, sales. Yes, key performance indicators (KPIs) like rankings and traffic can help you figure out whether or not your campaigns are on track, but if your marketing doesn’t lead to action (a conversion), it isn’t doing your business a whole lot of good.

    Search Engine Landin SEO- 23 readers -