Sara Holoubek

Sara Holoubek is contributing editor on DMNews' SearchBuzz weekly newsletter.

Most Recent Articles by Sara Holoubek

Digital Insider: Five Questions for Tom Phillips

Tom Phillips, former director of search analytics at Google, has recently stepped into a new role as President and CEO of Media6Degrees, a venture-backed start up. Two weeks into his new position, Phillips shared his thoughts on how next generation advertising will leverage the best of search, display and the social graph.

Ask the Insider: Gary Spangler, e-marketing manager, DuPont

Ask the Insider: Gary Spangler, e-marketing manager, DuPont

Gary Spangler, e-marketing manager at DuPont, recently stepped into a new role at DuPont that sharpens his focus on social media marketing. He describes the role as part educating and part cheerleading. He also provides oversight and governance. Spangler shared his thoughts on social media marketing, integrating social media with other media channels, and why he doesn't like the word advertising.

Five Questions for: Damon Ragusa, CEO of Thinkvine

Five Questions for: Damon Ragusa, CEO of Thinkvine

Damon Ragusa, CEO and Founder of Thinkvine, sat down with Contributing Editor Sara Holoubek at ad:tech Chicago last week to discuss the state of marketing mix modeling and why it is important to put the consumer back into the equation.

Sizing up the search marketing regulation debate

Last month, TechCrunch published an anonymous post, "The time has come to regulate search engine marketing and SEO." The author made an appeal to the government to regulate both Google and the search engine marketing industry. Statements and accusations flew back and forth in the comments section of the post, as well as across the Web. Now that the dust has settled a bit, contributing editor Sara Holoubek reached out to a few industry leaders to separate fact from fiction, with the end goal of informing direct marketers how best to interpret the key points.

Bing usage promising, but jury still out

One month into the life of Bing, Microsoft's revamped search engine, the industry is buzzing over initial promising usage statistics and market share claims. Yet others are more cautious, suggesting that short-term usage stats do not necessarily equate with a change in consumer behavior and long-term market share gain.

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