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How does this translate to your industry? What percentage of paid clicks are delivered to advertisers based on these exclusive Bing queries that are infrequently found or not found on Google? "
"Our analysis has found that many of these unique queries represent significant consumer purchase intent. In fact, we’ve found that they drive around 25 percent of the ad clicks delivered on the Bing Network."
by Earl Noah Bernsby9 months ago
Hey everyone,Recently, I have set myself upon the task of learning SEO. To be honest, it's felt a lot like how (I imagine) rock climbing must feel, so far (e.g. nicks and bruises, exhaustion, stark terror). ...
by Butch Tool19 months ago
Hello, dear fellows, I am hoping that someone with more experience may be able to direct me to any free resources that will help me learn how to become an SEO master. Primarily, I want to learn how to do in-depth...
by Gary Anderson20 months ago
But I am wondering why there seems to be competition in the real google world and no competition showing for it in the external keyword tool world?
by AllanWrites7 years ago
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by fdoleac7 years ago
We have thousands of pictures taken for virtual tours of towns in New England. The tours are posted on YouTube, etc. We think there is value in posting the individual pictures. Where and how should we...
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I was invited to be moved on new subdomain in response to my interest in the blog. I have no clue what will happen. Whatever, how are you people choosing your new name?
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