Search Marketing: Multinational

  • What SEOs need to know about Baidu in 2017

    … The first half 2017 was stressful for Baidu, which witnessed a recession in active advertisers and stagnant revenue. Nonetheless, we see the search giant putting a huge amount of resources into AI and into building China’s web ecosystem. If you are in the business of inbound marketing to the Chinese market, this article is for you. I have…

    Search Engine Landin Paid Search SEO- 18 readers -
  • Going global: Common sense considerations too commonly ignored

    … synonyms, misspellings, secondary definitions and search query reports in an effort of laborious discovery. Keywords are the foundation of our paid advertising, and keyword review is always healthy practice, but too many hours are exhausted hunting keywords with minimal yield at the expense of the lowest-hanging expansion fruit of them all: actual…

    Search Engine Landin Paid Search SEO- 17 readers -
  • 7 lessons to jump-start your digital marketing in Asia

    … promotions and some business development, my initial focus was on search engine marketing, since this was the area I knew best. For the most part, international SEO/SEM is an effort that one can do without ever getting on a plane; however, my ramp-up time was incredibly accelerated by a total immersion in a new target market. If Asia is on your…

    Eli Schwartz/ Search Engine Land- 25 readers -
  • Global SEO: A huge opportunity + 5 tips for success

    … content online can be a massive opportunity, especially if your website is close to maxing out its current SEO potential. SaaS is a good example of an industry that can benefit from this; they can serve customers around the world at no extra cost. Well-known online marketer Neil Patel claims to have increased his traffic by 47 percent by translating…

    Search Engine Landin SEO- 18 readers -
  • International PPC: How to deal with currency fluctuations

    One issue I’ve seen with international PPC is how to keep track of your spend and ROI abroad compared to at home. When setting up billing, you can either choose to use the target market currency or use your home currency. There are pros and cons to both, though I don’t intend to discuss them too much here, as most advertisers would have already made a decision a long time ago.

    Daniel Gilbert/ Search Engine Land- 20 readers -