In 2016, the European e-commerce revenues rose to 530 billion euros according to the most recent report of Ecommerce Europe. This means a whopping 15% growth compared to the previous year, but Hungary is running ahead of Europe in this matter.
eNET Internet Research’s latest report was presented at the 14th Hungarian Ecommerce Conference. The whole industry was looking forward to this, but the result was quite a pleasant surprise to everyone. Hungarian webshops generated 427 billion HUF (approximately 1,39 billion in EUR) turnover – an extraordinary growth of 34%, surpassing all expectations. Now, e-commerce is responsible for more than 5% of the total national retail trade volume, which is another significant milestone.
Google Premier Partners Accelerate 2016 is an event which brings Google’s top Premier Partner agencies together for an amazing chance of networking opportunities and learning. This year we had the honor to visit Google in Dublin as a shortlisted agency among 145 Premier Partner agencies from the EMEA region (Europe, Middle-East, Africa). This is pretty big achievement as this 145 agencies were chosen from more than 1600 applicants.
“What is the next step in my marketing plan? Can I go with the same strategy again? How do I delegate the tasks?” Should you be familiar with any of the questions above, you might be one of those companies that inspired this article. During the last 4 years, while working on large, market leader projects within Central and Eastern Europe, these concerns always raised their head.
In order to disperse the doubts, this time we are going to take a peek into the matters of objective planning, external market expansions, HR and technology in the field of performance marketing activities. We believe that these concerns can be decimated by breaking the most common Performance Marketing practices that are harmful to your business’ progression. Let us now categorize them and put an end to common misbeliefs.
Over the years while working on large, market leader clients the same question arises eventually. Why should we bid on our brand name? We already rank #1 for search queries related to our brand name.
Common sense could make you believe it truly is a waste of ad budget, better spent in alignment with some other marketing goals. Advertisers with less online experience often believe that these type of ads will never pay off. Already ranking for the top results in the organic search results is a reasonable argument. They believe they are paying a lot of money for the exact same searches, cannibalizing organic results this way.
But numbers beat opinion. We unquestionably believe in results. As a consequence, when we face a challenge, we test the theories. So we did the math for you.