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Elizabeth Marsten

Elizabeth Marsten

Elizabeth supervises the overall search division at Portent, which includes PPC, SEO, Social Media and Content. Check out her modest brag link bundle if you really want to know more: http://bitly.com/bundles/ebkendo/5 She has also written ebooks, is a ClickZ columnist, a Lynda.com author, a Dummies book author and speaks on PPC across the USA at various conferences including the SMX shows, mozCon and Hero Con.

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Elizabeth Marsten //  23 Nov, 2011

Midnight Madness PPC

Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Thanksgiving, it’s fast approaching. I’m sure you’ve got your campaigns all pumped up with holiday-riffic ad copy burgeoning with sales and promo codes sitting in an Editor file, ready to go. And course, have your daily budgets set to skyrocket to keep up with demand. People sure a love a deal.… Read More

Elizabeth Marsten //  3 Nov, 2011

AdWords Ads with Email Form

I haven’t heard much about Contact Form Extensions since PPC Hero talked about the beta last January 2010 (yeah, AWHILE ago) and all but forgot about it until I ran across it today myself. Searching on what will be a super hot topic, well now, I found a contact extension form ad in the sidebar,… Read More

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Elizabeth Marsten //  2 Sep, 2011

Speaking at SMX East -NYC

If you’re attending SMX East this September at the Jacob K. Javits Center, look for me! I’ll be on the Q&A panel for Ask the Paid Search Buyers on Thursday the 15th. Bring the questions you’ve always wanted to ask about PPC. And you’ll definitely not want to miss my presentation on How to Create… Read More

Elizabeth Marsten //  22 Aug, 2011

How to Fake it: Automating PPC When You Can’t Afford the Machine

I pitched SMX Advanced this year for the Human vs. Machines: What’s the Best Way to Manage Paid Search? session. I didn’t get accepted (sniff) but that’s doesn’t mean that my pitch can’t be a most excellent blog post. I knew I was a little off the beaten track with it anyway, but that is… Read More

Elizabeth Marsten //  5 Aug, 2011

MSN adExcellence Exam Guide

You’ve seen the blog posts- the painstakingly written over 5 months series on taking the MSN adExcellence exam, but the clicking from post to post and inability to look at them while taking the exam is NO MORE. That’s right, all the posts have been compiled into a handy FREE downloadable ebook that you can… Read More

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Elizabeth Marsten //  16 Jun, 2011

Ian’s Angriest Posts

Ian’s on vacation this week, to a place with little or no internet and he asked for a volunteer to do a CM post and to have “fun” if so warranted. Well, it’s warranted. And I am leaving the country while he’s gone and not coming back for a couple of weeks after he gets… Read More

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Elizabeth Marsten //  15 Jun, 2011

Tame Google Analytics on AppSumo Today

Yep, today only, Ian’s Tame Google Analytics ebook is on AppSumo for just $10. That’s a 41% savings! What You Get Buy this e-book and learn how to: Set up Google Analytics Define business goals Set up tracking for those goals in Google Analytics Calculate the $ value of one visitor to your web site… Read More

Elizabeth Marsten //  24 May, 2011

AdWords Comparison Ads for Finance

First introduced in 2009 for mortgages, Comparison Ads have expanded into the promised additional areas of credit cards, CDs, Checking and Savings accounts. Rolled out today, the expanded Google Advisor tool is open for business. I began immediately by taking test drives in both the user interface and in search to see what the ads… Read More

Elizabeth Marsten //  2 May, 2011

Complete Guide to Taking the Microsoft adExcellence Exam

It’s taken me longer than I wanted, but finally I have documented the highlights from each of the 32 videos (so that you don’t have to watch them all) and hopefully saved you a couple of hours at least. Total running time is 2hrs and 35mins, not counting load up time or any note taking… Read More

Elizabeth Marsten //  28 Apr, 2011

Taking the Microsoft AdExcellence Exam Part 7

FINALLY, the last installment of the MSN AdCenter Exam series- having to do with the adCenter Desktop Editor. It’s been a long haul, but from what I understand there are some of you out there that got some value out of the series. So I thank you for staying tuned and staying with me. I’ll… Read More