Okay, so you’ve found someone advertising on your branded keywords (perhaps using one of the methods from our previous post). Now what? You can’t change the search landscape overnight, so it’s time to figure out where to go next.
If you’ve ever searched for your own brand online, you’ve probably already encountered trademark bidding in some form. Trademark bidding—also known as “brand bidding”—is simply the act of targeting paid search advertisements to branded keywords (searches that include a brand name, or some variation).
Today, we are thrilled to release our analysis of branded keywords in paid search covering the fourth quarter of 2015.
When marketing consumer financial services, marketers have to be hyper-aware of the many rules and regulations that go along with the industry. Marketing a financial service—be it retail banking, loans, mortgages, or credit cards—is often a complicated matter. There is a strong need to curb risk, but also successfully promote your products.
Today, BrandVerity released its analysis of branded keywords in paid search covering the third quarter of this year.
BrandVerity and Corporation Service Company® (CSC), a provider of legal, business, and financial services, are working together in a pretty fantastic way. CSC now offers paid search monitoring to its clients through BrandVerity.
OK, by now you’ve probably heard us rambling on and on about how we have released our fantastic report on The State of Branded Keywords in Paid Search covering Q2. You can download it here.