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From help with supplier selection to guides for best practice, our research and reports cover every topic in digital marketing, including PPC (pay-per-click). Paid search is an important part of a marketing campaign, so if you can't find the report you need, get in touch.
This section of Econsultancy's newly-updated Paid Search Marketing (PPC) Best Practice Guide covers the basics of paid search. The guide will help beginners and experts to plan, create, launch and optimise paid search campaigns and maximise their return on investment. Seven other sections are available.
Thoroughly updated to include best practice around mobile paid search, Shopping campaigns, audience targeting through search and ad extensions, Econsultancy's Paid Search Marketing (PPC) Best Practice Guide covers everything you need to know about paid search advertising. The guide will help beginners and experts to plan, create, launch and optimise paid search campaigns and maximise their return on investment.
Econsultancy's updated PPC Bid Management Technology Buyer's Guide looks at market trends within this sector, with profiles of 8 leading vendors as well as advice for buyers looking for a PPC Bid Management vendor.
Econsultancy's Integrated Search Trends Briefing focuses on the evolving nature of integrated search marketing as highlighted by client-side digital marketers during Digital Cream 2015. The roundtable was sponsored by Ayima and moderated by Amy Wilson, independent consultant.
The Marketing Budgets 2015 Report, published by Econsultancy in association with Oracle Marketing Cloud, is a guide for the health of the marketing industry. It looks at the extent to which companies are increasing their budgets across a range of channels and technologies, comparing online and offline budgets while also looking at the balance between acquisition and retention marketing.
If you're looking for a supplier, agency, consultant or freelancer with a particular digital marketing specialism then you are likely to need to write an RFP (Request for Proposal). Our RFP templates and guidance notes will help improve your procurement process.
The UK Search Engine Marketing Benchmark Report 2014, carried out in association with digital agency Latitude, contains a comprehensive analysis of the UK search marketing environment and related digital channels. Now in its eighth year, the report is based on a survey of 700 marketers and covers current issues and future trends within search engine optimisation (SEO or natural search), paid search, social media marketing and display advertising.
The Marketing Budgets 2014 infographic looks in detail at how companies are allocating their online and offline marketing budgets in 2014, comparing spending trends – and ability to measure ROI – across different 'traditional' and digital channels. The infographic sums up the key findings of the Marketing Budgets 2014 Report, produced in association with Responsys.
The Marketing Budgets 2014 Report, published by Econsultancy in association with Responsys, looks at how companies are budgeting for both digital and offline marketing channels this year. The report also looks at the ability to measure return on investment across these channels, and which types of marketing technology companies are most likely to be investing in.
The State of Search Marketing Report, published by Econsultancy in association with SEMPO, looks in-depth at how companies are using paid search, search engine optimization (natural search) and social media marketing. The report looks closely at current practices and emerging trends across paid search and SEO, as well as their relationship with social media.