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Dropbox vs ShareFile: Who has the best landing pages in the online file sharing space?

Your landing pages are the moneymakers in your PPC campaigns. Or at least they should be. They’re the deal-closers. The sweet-talkers. Your online, 24-hour digital sales force. Even if your PPC ads are driving high-value traffic, you’re wasting money on every click if your landing pages don't convert that traffic into free trials, paid users, or revenue-generating leads High-converting landing page ideas come from many places-- client interviews, customer feedback, your marketing team, and your competitors.   At iSpionage, we’re big fans of that last one. 
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Uber vs. Lyft: Who’s Winning the PPC Battle?

Lyft and Uber are currently in a heated battled for car-on-demand services. So much so that Lyft recently accused Uber of ordering and cancelling 5000+ rides as a way to disrupt Lyft’s services. They even claims that 177 Uber employees around the country were involved. The reason for the heated competition is that there’s big money on the line for car-on-demand services. Uber’s latest round of $1.2 billion in funding values them at $17 billion to $18.2 billion. That means there’s a lot at stake for Uber to dominate the market.
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What You Can Learn about PPC Advertising from a For-Profit University Spending $60,000,000+ Per Year

There’s been controversy recently surrounding for-profit universities related to how much they spend on marketing, how much federal funding they receive, and the value of the degrees they hand out. An article from The Center for Investigative Reporting revealed that, over the last three years, 23.5% of The University of Phoenix’s revenue was spent on marketing and recruiting (for a total of $3 billion) while the university made a profit of $1.2 billion. CIR also found that a large amount of federal funding was used to pay for University of Phoenix classes, including the following:
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