25 Twitter Hashtags Used By Digital Marketing and Analytics Community

Hashtags (keywords that follow #) are a great way to jump to topic and join the conversation on twitter. Below I have complied a list of 25 commonly used hashtags by Digital Marketing and Analytics community that you might want to track as well. Follow me on @anilbatra #measure #msure #bigdata #analytics #insights #data #emtrics #trend #reports #segmentation #segment #seo #search #ppcchat #cro #landingpages #webdesign #custexp #mktg #marketing #ecom #ecommerce #ecomchat #ux #smdata Let me know if I missed any.

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25 Twitter Hashtags Used By Digital Marketing and Analytics Community

Goodbye Enhanced Campaigns, Hello Bing Ads

Once July 23 rd rolls around, I hope we can all agree to stop referring to ”enhanced campaigns” as such and get back to simply calling them “campaigns.” It was a great message spin on Google’s part to select this antonymic adjective to describe campaigns which offer fewer targeting options and  higher CPCs — but, as marketers come to see the change for what it truly is, I believe the time has come to retire that modifier. I suspect that few people actually believed the “enhanced” bit, and fewer still do now that enhanced campaign cost performance data are emerging.  To continue to associate the word “enhanced” with the new campaign structure will only lead to more cynicism and mistrust of Google within its advertising base.  It’s a shame, really, because Google is an amazing company that has done (and continues to do) amazing things for its advertising platform.

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Goodbye Enhanced Campaigns, Hello Bing Ads

Best Practices For Google Enhanced PPC Campaigns

If you do any pay-per-click marketing, you are no doubt aware that on July 22, 2013 Google is transitioning all AdWords accounts from “legacy” to “enhanced” campaigns. Google gives account owners the option to make the switch over sooner, but after July 22 Google will make the switch for you.

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