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2010 Search Marketing Spend Trend Survey

By Ken Lyons February 03, 2010 Posted In: Surveys Comments: 1

Search engine marketing (SEM) spend is expected to rise in the U.S. from $13 billion in 2009 to $26 billion by the year 2014. With more and more marketing dollars predicted to flow into paid and organic search marketing efforts, we wanted to poll our readers to see if their organizations are following the same trend.

We're conducting a brief, 10 question survey on search marketing budget trends in 2010. We want to know: will your spend on SEO, PPC and SEM-related activities in general rise, fall or remain the same in the coming year?

The Poll is now closed.

To view the results of our survey, go to

2010 Search Marketing Spend Trend Survey Results




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Wednesday February 03, 2010

Anonymous (not verified) Said:

Great idea! Looking forward to the results!

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