10 myths to paid search marketing every brand marketer should pay attention to.
There comes a time in the life of a search marketer; when we start searching for a purpose in our lives and the media platform we work on. Paid Search Marketing starts typically with less than 2 percent of the overall media budget - leaving many working tirelessly on daily spends of $1 - $10 against a daily spend opportunity of $100 - $500.
Over many years, marketers continue to see paid search marketing as a marginal or hygiene element of their media mix but never a core supporter; leaving it to certain mature categories like travel, automobile, tech and finance. Paid search is considered as another campaign launch platform, where the advertiser must be present against competitor ads – it is as simple as that.
Only a handful of advertisers fully leverage the power of paid search marketing. Here are some myths that are good to be cleared up:
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