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November 2011
Marketing Mistake #15: Not Bidding on Your Branded Terms in Paid Search

THE MISTAKE: NOT BIDDING ON YOUR BRANDED TERMS IN PAID SEARCH

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Marketers are always keeping tabs on their budget to see where they...

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An interesting dilemma that companies have been facing of late is what level of promotion is necessary for their website vs. their Facebook page. Recent campaigns show evidence that a few companies have broken traditional norms in directing traffic directly to their fanpage, surpassing their websites. What started as a means to an end of drawing people to websites is becoming an end in itself. Such a blatant favoritism showcased towards the Facebook presence of a brand is not without reason. With access to more than 600 million members, an ever increasing fan base and an opportunity to engage closely with the audience, companies desire a glorious ride on the social sea. But where does all this leave the website?

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