Articles by Hannah Kimuyu
Hannah is Director of Paid Media and has worked in Paid Search for over 11 years. Hannah is responsible for managing and delivering the agency's paid media strategy for all clients. Through this role she also consults for some of Greenlight's largest international clients, including Talk Mobile, American Express and New Look. Prior to Greenlight, Hannah worked with the Energy Saving Trust and Capital.
By Hannah Kimuyu | 31 January 2014 |
At Greenlight, we believe audience targeting is set to be one of the biggest trends for 2014. Audience targeting reduces the speculative costs of advertising and allows you to invest directly into the right customer segments, advocates, engagers and friends of fans.
By Hannah Kimuyu | 28 January 2014 |
This edition of the Greenlight PPC Brief is a collection of articles on one of the biggest trends in the Paid Search industry over the last 12 months, Enhanced Campaigns. Beginning with our initial response to the announcement of Enhanced Campaigns back in February 2013, right through to impacts after the implementation of Enhanced Campaigns.
By Hannah Kimuyu | 19 December 2013 |
5 months since Enhanced Campaigns (EC) went live, I find myself eating my own words with the process not actually being that painful and some incredibly exciting new targeting features to match. EC in fact, has turned the Search world on its head, making us think beyond the keyword and instead, about the person behind it. This will see audience targeting become one of the biggest trends for 2014.
By Hannah Kimuyu | 06 August 2013 |
For those of you that have been living underneath a rock for the past few months, here’s a quick recap on Enhanced Campaigns. Although Google has done a good job in documentation and explaining why things need to be done in a certain way, migrating to Enhanced Campaigns hasn't been as simple ‘flipping the switch’.
By Hannah Kimuyu | 04 July 2013 |
With the deadline to migrate to Google Enhanced Campaigns just a little over two weeks away (22 July), let’s all embrace mobile advertising once & for all. Given the trend so far, it can only get better.
By Hannah Kimuyu | 30 April 2012 |
Following on from Andreas Pouros’ blog, I take one of his closing points: “The good news for Facebook is that it could capture around 22% of that search market by barely breaking a sweat”. Although tiny when compared to Google’s 87% share [Source: Greenlight - Search and Social Survey 2011/2012], the opportunity still presents a greater share when compared to the other big players in the market (Yahoo, Bing etc).
By Hannah Kimuyu | 22 July 2008 |
The recent ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) ruling, which approved the registering of any domain suffix for websites, could prove to be disastrous for the paid search advertising industry and will no doubt impact natural search in the medium to long term.