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Google is getting rid of average position. Here’s what you need to know

Google recently announced it is planning to do away with average position metric in September of this year.

Google is replacing average position with “Impression (Absolute Top) %” and “Impression (Top) %” These stats describe what percent of your ads appear at the top of the page and absolute top of the page.

The Search Monitor’s LiveSERP Tool Is Now Online

Users can now preview live SERP results side by side with The Search Monitor’s newly available web-based LiveSERP tool.

The Search Monitor’s LiveSERP tool is now web based. LiveSERP makes it possible to for users to run live web searches, from multiple cities, countries, engines, and platforms (mobile or desktop) on the fly. It’s the ultimate SERP preview tool for SEM and SEO. LiveSERP is free for The Search Monitor’s clients to use.

The Search Monitor Is Integrated with Tableau

The Search Monitor has integrated its ad monitoring and brand protection data into Tableau via the Tableau API

Orlando, FL – October 22, 2018 – The Search Monitor has integrated its ad monitoring and brand protection data into Tableau via the Tableau API. Customers of both The Search Monitor and Tableau can now use Tableau’s business intelligence platform to get advanced insights from data gathered using The Search Monitor’s technology.

The Search Monitor Adds Amazon Visibility Benchmarking

Advertisers can now benchmark share of voice on Amazon.com’s search results using The Search Monitor’s competitive intelligence ad monitoring platform

Orlando, FL – October 22, 2018 – The Search Monitor has added a new feature to its monitoring of Amazon.com’s search results: the ability to create share of voice trend charts. This exciting addition lets advertisers benchmark visibility against competitors in Amazon search results.

We LOVE Data: Amazon vs Walmart vs Target

Back to School Season is upon us – which means it’s time to shop for clothes!

We picked the apparel space for this analysis because it presented the opportunity to study a vast variety of keywords and brands. This space faces a lot of competition from resellers and brand manufacturers – which makes it tough to dominate. We track all of this with sophisticated crawlers and deep ad copy reporting tools!

The Search Monitor Adds Amazon.com Search Listings

The Search Monitor adds Amazon.com search listings to its competitive intelligence ad monitoring platform.

Orlando, FL – August 23, 2018 – Competitive intelligence for paid and organic listings on Amazon.com is now available from The Search Monitor. This exciting new technology gives advertisers unprecedented access to the data they need to compete effectively on Amazon.

We LOVE Data: Auto Dealers vs. Brands

Labor Day is coming up. It’s a hot time of year – for summer and for car sales.

We studied the auto industry last Labor Day 2017. The auto industry is interesting to us because it is complex. The sales process starts with brands at a national level, but the actual buying occurs at the local level with either a Dealership or a Used Car Retailer holding the relationship. This three-legged stool faces tough competition and geo-specific sales boundaries. We track all of this with our geo-targeted system – down to the zip code!

The Search Monitor Announces the Release of Competitive Intelligence for Paid and Organic Listings on Amazon.com

Unprecedented Access to Competitive Intelligence for Organic and Paid Listings Gives Advertisers the Opportunity to Crush the Competition on Amazon.com.

Orlando, FL – June 15, 2018 – The Search Monitor announces the release of competitive intelligence for paid and organic listings on Amazon.com. Coming soon in Q2 2018, this exciting new technology gives advertisers unprecedented access to the data they need to compete effectively on Amazon.

The Search Monitor Sponsoring ShopTalk

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Shoptalk covers the rapid evolution of how consumers discover, shop and buy—from new technologies and business models to the latest trends in consumer behaviors, preferences and expectations.

Established retailers and brands, startups, tech companies, investors, media, analysts and others come together at Shoptalk to learn, collaborate and evolve. Everyone benefits from rich interactions over four days packed with incredible content, wide-ranging exhibitors and productive networking.

Brand Protection In Real Life —Edible Arrangements vs. Google

Edible Arrangements is suing Google in federal court for $209 million, citing unfair competition and trademark infringement.

Edible Arrangements claims that Google’s placement of ads for “Edible Arrangements” has caused confusion as to whether its own products and services are affiliated with those of its competitors. Edible Arrangements is seeking $9 million for the profits it estimates Google has earned from running those ads, as well as $200 million more in damages for what it claims is trademark infringement.

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