Mark Irvine has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'WordStream RSS Feed' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Mark Irvine was highly popular in December, 2016.
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[...] looms large and prepare yourself by checking out our Countdown to ETA’s webinar featuring Mark Irvine (or any of the blog posts I’ve linked to, for that matter)! TL;DR Don’t recycle copy that’ [...]
[...] popular post from March allowed readers to do just that. WordStream’s resident data scientist Mark Irvine explores a vast wealth of AdWords benchmark data in this post, and the results have been [...]
[...] Competitor Is Yourself With paid search, the tiniest missteps can result in large-scale chaos. Mark Irvine shared a great example of this, which we see rather frequently when we take over accounts [...]
[...] produced by industry experts: #1. PLAs Continue to Kill It Shortly after the SERP change, Mark Irvine reported that Shopping Campaigns' click-through rates seemed to be benefitting tremendously [...]
[...] nine tracks to choose from! WordStream's Helen Edwards (left), Larry Kim, Navah Hopkins, Mark Irvine, and Erin Sagin (right) at Pubcon 2015. SearchLove I love that this is single track, so you don' [...]
[...] in June. July: Average Cost-Per-Click by Country: Where in the World Are the Highest CPCs?, Mark Irvine Few things get marketers more excited than data, and when it comes to data, WordStream’s Mark [...]
[...] PPC Expert #25: Margot da Cunha, Content Marketing Specialist Rising Stars in PPC #4: Mark Irvine, Data Scientist Of course, the amazing folks at Hanapin Marketing, the creators, owners and [...]
[...] to my next question, what is Dischler defining as a conversion? WordStream’s data scientist Mark Irvine and I were both suspicious and decided to find out for ourselves. From a data-set of about 200 [...]