Goex just launched their latest shoe collection with a really good story told through Video using the amplification of social media to help endorse their great products. The video’s accompanying the launch of next years select are called “Geox Amphibiox: One Man For 7 Days In Nonstop Rain” and they tell a story of Tom the shoe tester, who apparently also has a Twitter account https://twitter.com/GEOXSHOETESTER.
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For a long time now I have been a fan of various forms of motor sports, especially Formula 1. It’s something about the speed and tactical elements that I admire; I like to feed this into my working ethos. But, I mainly enjoy watching F1 on a Sunday, catching-up on some ‘me time’ whilst my kids are occupied with their weekend cartoons.
I admit that F1 is not for everyone, alongside motor sports in general. However, I happened to stumble upon this video currently trending via YouTube that had me in stiches….and everyone else I showed it to for that matter:
‘Online public relations’ is a very powerful marketing tool that is being used widely by the majority of online marketers and business owners to influence multiple stakeholders.
But what exactly makes online public relations an effective online marketing tool? How does online press release distribution result in improving a website’s ranking in major search engines?
Online press releases offer amazing visibility to a business, both in B2B and B2C. When a piece of news is published over the web, it is circulated to web portals, news sources and search engines. A business is able to enjoy instant visibility by virtue of submitting its press release at press release submission sites.
Last week, State of Search posted the article “8 Ways to Increase Your AdWords CTR”.
CTR or Click-Through-Rate (%CTR) is a way of measuring the success of your online campaigns and is one of the key factors advertisers need to monitor; it plays a key role in quality score calculations and is, in general, a big part of an accounts eco system.
The article was written by Haukur Jarl Kristjansson – our inhouse Adwords and PPC team lead – who is a spokesperson for what he calls “the holy trinity of search advertising”, which in simple terms is creating campaigns with a high correlation between keywords, ad copy and landing pages. He wanted to contribute to the world of SEM by creating an article that is “aimed towards PPC practitioners that are new to the game but of course everyone can benefit from them”.
You can read the article here: www.stateofsearch.com/8-ways-to-increase-your-ctr
Of late, moviegoers have become more active in discovering and exploring their film options depicting a longer, more planned movie research timeline. On an average, moviegoers consult about 13 sources before they make a decision which movie they must see. Even though, the number of titles released declined by 9% in 2012 vs. 2011, movie searches on Google witnessed a rise of 56% in this same period.
The Expedition to Calculate ‘Movie Magic’: The Supporting Statistics
The journey and the quest to quantify movie magic is definitely not a novel perception. For decades, pre-release film tracking has been practiced. 61% of moviegoers turn to online resources when it comes to researching a new movie, i.e. almost half are relying on online resources for valuable and useful information. With the rise in the amount of information and media influences available, there are additional factors that should be taken into consideration. Moreover, as a lot of research is conducted before moviegoers make the final decision to purchase a particular movie ticket, it is integral as well as crucial to take into account all the intermediate steps.
Video summarizing the 10th annual Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference 2013.
Some nice links:
SEMPO just posted on their blog an article about the opportunities in Global Search Engine Marketing and the common mistakes done by International Marketeers around the world. Though 63% of the searches done on Google are in English 70% of the queries generated on search engines across the world are not in English. Underlining the fact that Google is not the only search engine and the opportunity in Global is in understanding the the fact that “Translation is not a matter of words only: it is a matter of making intelligible a whole culture.” (Anthony Burgess) However when we look at most companies search engine marketing practices in global terms, they seem to have missed the obvious.
You can read the full Opportunities in Global Search Engine Marketing here
Great insights from an internal Google meeting about Canonical and Hreflang in regards of Multinational and multilingual sites.
Webmaster Central office hours about multinational and multilingual sites