Forget Google for a Minute – Look at These Baby Lions

Elisa Gabbert
September 13, 2017

WordStream’s founder and CTO, Larry Kim, isn’t just a PPC veteran and secret linkbuilding addict – he’s also a world traveler and accomplished amateur photographer. Last week he traveled to Africa with his frankly gorgeous wife (who is also a surgeon!) and took some drop-dead amazing photos of the local wildlife.

Naturally, I wanted to find a way to post some of his fantastic shots on the blog, so I took a page from PPC Memes’ book and did what I could to make them relevant to search marketing. (Also, I’m back in the Boston office this week, and the combination of after-work drinks and minor jetlag has made forming full sentences more difficult than usual.)

So please enjoy (and share!) these search marketing memes – the captions are mine, but the photos are all Larry.

SEO Cheetah

 

AdWords Results

 

PPC Lion

 

Bored Buffalo

 

Baby Lion

 

pissed bird

 

SEO cheetahs

 

infographic vultures

 

Pinterest cheetah

More Web Marketing Highlights

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News flash to Business Insider: Google and Facebook advertising aren’t actually “free.”

Howie Jacobson outlines two non-obvious PPC split tests: motivation and metaphor.

Tom Critchlow wrote a great post on the importance of content marketing and why SEOs should care.

Justin Kownacki has a theory about why Pinterest is so popular:

This makes Pinterest seem like a haven for materialistic desperadoes living out their consumerist dreams.  But why is a service whose chief value proposition amounts to “Hey, look at all this shit I can’t afford BUT WANT SO MUCH!!!” becoming so popular?

I think it’s because we all subconsciously miss the mall.

Have a great weekend!

Elisa Gabbert

Elisa Gabbert is WordStream's Sr. Manager of Content Marketing and SEO. Likes include wine, karaoke, poker, ping-pong, perfume, and poetry.