Having managed nearly half a billion dollars in ad spend the team at Siftable has vast experience in acquiring customers. Whether you need help with online marketing or more traditional advertising we can help.
In the not too distant future we at Siftable.com intend to start interviewing leaders in Paid Search (SEM), Search Engine Optimization (SEO), and Social Media (SMM). Here is a list of a few of the questions we hope to ask: General Search Questions What is your background in search? What is the future of search
I’ve spent a large amount of time over the last few years trying to find the right questions to ask in an interview to assess the skills, knowledge, and strategic thinking of a candidate. The list has been narrowed down to 10 questions (well, really 12, but who is counting?). Please add your thoughts or
As I have spent the last few months interviewing people for an SEO position and trying to find out if they were a right fit for our company I have decided to put together a list of questions that I believe will give anyone a fair understanding of an SEOs qualifications. 1. Please explain PageRank?
As a follow-up to our initial overall review of Acquisio to show you what’s inside. In the event you haven’t read the Acquisio review read it today and make sure to read the comments where Mark Poirier, the CMO of Acquisio, comments on things they are doing to improve their system. Dashboard of Acquisio.com Site
Back in 2003, Canadian based analytics and search agency firm Canalytics saw a hole in the online landscape and made a bold move away from being a boutique agency. In this bold move into new horizons Canalytics formed Acquisio.com. Canalytics was a leader in SEM, SEO, and Google Analytics with an emphasis on the Canadian
James Green: You mentioned some of the time savings you get across Google, Yahoo, and MSN. Can you expound on some of the things you do to make your platform specific to each of the engines? In search, most people follow the rule: “do it for Google and everyone else will benefit.” There is a
James Green: Hi Marc, thanks again for taking time to speak with me today. Marc Poirier: Sure. James Green: Perhaps you can start out by talking a little bit about yourself, as well as a little bit about the history of Acquisio.com Marc Poirier: Sure, so my name is Marc Poirier. I am the cofounder
When Alex Cohen (@digitalalex) reached out to me to do a review of ClickEquations I was a little unsure as to whether it would be a worthwhile use of time. After all I’ve probably looked at 10 different search marketing tools that think they are doing something special but very few are really doing anything
Alex Cohen: Yeah, but I think the bottom point I was trying to make is the search engines are creating tools that are convenient for the search engines. Click Equations is creating tools that work for your business. There are certain relationships that they’re not interested in exposing between data because it doesn’t serve their
James Green: Hi Alex. Alex Cohen: Hi James, how are you? James: Great. I appreciate you taking time out of your day to do this. Alex Cohen: My pleasure. James: Again, I’ve heard great things about your presentation at SMX. I hope you’re recovering from that. Alex Cohen: It’s nice to know I’m not talking to