• Saturating Core Terms in SEO

    One of our tenets at Obility is to saturate core campaigns. We believe strongly that if something is working effectively, we should maximize its potential. Once we have determined a campaign consistently drives marketing qualified leads, opportunity, and revenue, we are going to look for ways to maximize impact from that campaign. Saturating SEO campaigns […]

  • New Site Launch is the Perfect Time for SEO

    Redesigning a new site requires a ton of effort. A site redesign requires coordinating marketing teams, project managers, designers, and developers. It requires getting buy-off from multiple stakeholders across departments. A site redesign is a large and expensive undertaking, often pulling budgets from other marketing channels. Brainrider recommends a budget of $25,000-100,000 for a new […]

  • Making Sense of an RLSA Strategy

    Defining a Strategy for RLSA AdWords Remarketing List for Search Ads (RLSA) campaigns have been around for quite some time, and yet most of the strategies provided by the industry at this point seem straight from Google’s initial press release. Bidding more, updating ad copy, and/or broadening keyword targeting has only one certain outcome: making […]

  • Bid Management But a Moment in Time

    When speaking with prospects about Obility services, prospects frequently ask about bid management solutions and whether we use a particular tool. At Obility we manually manage bids, and occasionally this leads to push back. Potential clients are often surprised that we can manage all our clients’ keywords without automation. The simple truth is that keyword […]

  • Google’s Slap in the Face

    Google announced yesterday its plan to effectively eliminate phrase and exact match keywords. This action can only be viewed as a money grab and reiterates how little advertisers can trust Google and how all marketers must diversify their digital marketing channels. Wordstream’s assertion that this change only affects 3% of advertisers simply demonstrates how poorly […]

  • Target Competitors and Drive High Quality Leads

    Competitor campaigns are consistently some of the most effective campaigns B2B marketers can run. For B2B marketers with established competitors, competitor campaigns tend to perform as well as core keywords. Targeting competitors makes sense. Typically, someone researching a competitor or a current competitor customer is a great lead. Folks researching competitors are often further down the funnel than […]