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Anyway, we are using AtlasOnepoint for bid management with the old system but I no longer see any need for it as I dont think it can bid to position anymore. Has anyone else made the switch and noticed the same thing?
Forget about trying to get in touch with anyone over there, they never answer the phones!
I always try to put their name anywhere I can.
I switched to OMNITURE 4 months ago and I haven't made this much money since the start of the internet.
The bid rules, the reporting, the well ... the everything!
Total knowledge of my business I never had any clue of before.
Also, IMHO it seems that some of their suggested bids are inflated. I have some obscure keywords with very high suggested bids. Those same keywords had much lower bids only a few months ago with the old YSM. It also seems that I am 'chasing' postions with perhaps only myself bidding myself higher. If anyone else has noticed something similar please let us know.
I humbly submit that you have no idea what you're talking about when it comes to Omniture's search management product. In fact, I know that to be true. If you actually knew anything about it, you'd know that it's incapable of
a) modeling historical and actual impression/click/cost/revenue/margin data on both Google AdWords and Y!'s Panama system; and
b) using that data modeling to inform *and automate* better keyword management decisions.
Yes, the product interfaces with Y!'s search API, but interfacing with the API and actually being able to optimize (meaning: get more ROI) are two entirely different things.
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