On June 17, 2010 RKG’s Director of Marketing, Cady Condyles, and Austin Bliss, President and Co-Founder of FreshAddress, will be hosting a webinar discussing Advanced Strategies to Acquire Accurate Email Addresses.
RKG’s Director of Marketing, Cady Condyles and Sandy Pochapin of FreshAddress will be hosting a webinar on optimizing search campaigns to improve e-mail acquisition.
Announcing the RKG Attribution Management System
A few weeks ago, Rimm-Kaufman Group CEO George Michie had the pleasure of interviewing Linda Bustos of Elastic Path and the eCommerce blog, GetElastic. Now the tables are turned with George in the hot seat. They discuss the future of paid search as well as current best practices. Read the full interview here. Technorati Tags: […]
Search Marketing Now webinar on the Long Tail.
A collection of our most enduring posts from 2009
The Forrester rankings are clearly meaningless. However, we couldn’t really rank our competitors either.
Joel says micromanaging vendors is essential. I say, it depends.
More ideas from more people.
We’ll be exhibiting at next week’s Shop.org Summit in Las Vegas. Stop by booth #743 and say hello.
Google predicts shifting from CPC to CPA and keyword-free advertising. Sounds great…er, maybe not.
Neither we nor anyone else can predict the future, so why do people keep asking?
The Rimm-Kaufman Group has once again been named to Inc. Magazine’s list of the Fastest Growing Private Companies in America.
Whose corner is your agency in: yours, or the Engines’?
The May data is in, and while one month does not a trend make, we certainly like what we see.
RKG will be speaking at SMX Advanced 2009 in Seattle, WA. Drop us a line if you’d like to meet up at the show.
My monthly column at SEL, in case you missed it.
Anyone interested in studying at RKG U?
There is no substitute for flexible systems and smart, well-trained users.
This was published at Search Engine Land on Monday February 16th, in case you missed it.
Can you bid more than your target efficiency and make it up in volume? Often, no.
We do not observe broad weakness in online sales.
Are you headed to the Shop.org Annual Summit next week? We’re participating and would be happy to meet up at the show.
As a citizen, I’m pleased to see the Palin paid results free of crass commercialism, partisan attacks, and sleazy picture sites. But I wonder: why are those ads not there today?