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Mix.

Two thirds of all online searches are the result of offline media including TV, newspaper, magazines, word of mouth, radio, direct mail. Of those who searched for a product or company 39% ended up buying from the brand that motivated

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Ignore.

A study by AdWeek and Harris Interactive provides some interesting stats on which medium ads are most ignored. At first glance its easy to assume that this means that internet banner ads are most ignored and television ads are the

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Bing.

I am totally impressed with Bing, Microsoft’s attempt to get back into the search game, and its not just because of the plethora of results of my vanity search – I finally beat out the Erin Norton who makes jewelry.

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Wordier.

According to a Hitwise study found search queries are getting longer. Check it out here.  As you can see from the chart below searches with 4 words and more (8 words are up 22%) are up year over year. While

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Search.

If you Google me are any of the results actually me? When we hired a new addition to the agency…I immediately ran the candidates names through Facebook, Google and Addictomatic to find about more about them. I won’t divulge the

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Buying.

While cleaning out my Bloglines, I stumbled on this iMedia Connection article from July. I really wish I had read it when it was published as it has some great tips for search marketing.  Read the entire article here.  The

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Cool.

The new search engine Cuil (pronounced as cool) launched earlier this week. Lots of online hype, but I am just not impressed by it. Interface is interesting, although a bit too much text to read through. Results are just wacky!

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