Category Archives: Campaign Measurement

5 Simple Ways to Stretch Your Google AdWords Budget

A board member was on Google last night and he e-mailed your boss to complain that none of your company’s search ads are showing up. Your West Coast sales rep is complaining that she’s getting fewer leads than her East Coast counterpart because Google ads go dark after 4:00 PM… Read More

Disintermediation & the Irrational Fear of Non-Media Expense

Excuse me while I rant for a minute, but what is it about buying media that makes it seems so benign? Here’s what I mean: companies spend tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars on media, often with little purpose or strategy behind it, because buying media – and media… Read More

Landing Pages: Who Cares Anymore?

Making even modest changes to landing pages can be the quickest and easiest way to increase online response rates and decrease cost per lead, yet in more cases than not, far more attention, scrutiny, and investment is dedicated to the front end of demand generation campaigns. Case in point: not… Read More

Measuring the ROI from Integrated Campaigns

Interesting article (and not just because this writer is quoted heavily) in this month’s issue of the Demand Gen Report newsletter on the challenge of measuring ROI from integrated campaigns. Integrated, multi-channel campaigns are here to stay. Even something as simple as a content syndication program can involve a significant… Read More