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Introducing Automated Insights in MarinOne

Introducing Automated Insights in MarinOne

What are Automated Insights? There are a lot of moving parts to a digital marketing campaign. So many that it’s hard for even an experienced marketer to know what they need to do to get the best results from their campaign. Collecting data, recognizing the trends for optimization and other paid search strategy efforts often […]

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Import Your Data Directly into Google Sheets

Import Your Data Directly into Google Sheets

We recently wrote a blog on The Power of Web Queries, a type of scheduled report in MarinOne that is hosted on a URL and automatically updated with the most recent data. These are fully customizable reports, right down to the date range, activity type and even how often the data is refreshed.  The flexible […]

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The Power of Web Queries

The Power of Web Queries

Reporting is often a mundane and repetitive task. How much time do you spend on reporting? If that answer is too much, then keep on reading. Every marketer’s dream is to spend as little time on reporting as possible. The fact is that the less time you spend on reporting, the more time you have […]

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Making the Most Out of Marin’s Automated Alerts

Making the Most Out of Marin’s Automated Alerts

From spend monitoring to ad ranking, keeping tabs on your campaign performance across your different marketing channels can be a lot of work. And because optimization is the key to a successful campaign, it’s good to stay in the know. However, most of us are not on our computers all the time, so we need […]

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Upcoming Webinar: “COVID-19 Checklist – 10 Questions Digital Marketers Should be Asking Right Now”

Upcoming Webinar: “COVID-19 Checklist – 10 Questions Digital Marketers Should be Asking Right Now”

These are unprecedented times. Whether you have cut your advertising costs and are making tough budgeting decisions, or are gearing yourself for an unexpected increase in traffic and conversions, the marketing programs you need today are different from what you were running last month. According to eMarketer, 38% of US Agency and Marketing Professional’s advertising […]

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A Search Marketer’s Survival Kit

A Search Marketer’s Survival Kit

These are challenging times. Fortunately, as a group of experienced performance marketers, we have a set of tools that we can rely on when supply and demand greatly change. Whether it is Black Friday, National Pizza Day, or the CEO emailing you a screenshot of Google search results with your ad nowhere in sight, we […]

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Built to Last: What Automated Bidding Can Do for You

Built to Last: What Automated Bidding Can Do for You

When I first started working in digital marketing, part of my training process was learning about best practices, campaign structure, and all kinds of additional tools provided by publishers and third party vendors to drive success for brands. As discussed in my previous posts, it’s important to know your brand and your customers, and to […]

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A Recipe for Making the Best Use of Audiences In Your Ad Campaigns

A Recipe for Making the Best Use of Audiences In Your Ad Campaigns

Audience targeting is much like cooking—with the right ingredients, a few adjustments, and seasoning to taste, you can create something hearty and enticing. Like any good online recipe, we’ll start broad and dive into the details, and cover the options you have for building an excellent mixture of audience-enabled advertising campaigns. And, while you can […]

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The Top 4 Barriers to Unifying Your Search and Social Ad Strategies

The Top 4 Barriers to Unifying Your Search and Social Ad Strategies

Omnichannel marketing causes many brands to look at their programs as a set of disparate disciplines—SEM, SEO, content marketing, social marketing, email marketing, etc. And, each discipline often has its own department, budget, and strategy, even though customers only see a single brand. Advertisers are increasingly coming to understand that a good way to tackle […]

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Unifying Your Advertising Across Google, Facebook, and Amazon

Unifying Your Advertising Across Google, Facebook, and Amazon

The “big three” publishers—Google, Facebook, and Amazon—operate as walled gardens by design. Sadly, they have zero incentive to share data across channels. This siloed approach is totally at odds with your goals as an advertiser—you need a single view of performance to run effective cross-channel ad campaigns. There’s an answer—our next-generation advertising solution, MarinOne, unifies […]

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