Category : Ad Positioning

Lower Conversion Cost
May 2, 2016
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I can’t help but feel that almost every PPC advertiser manages their paid search based on instinct more than logic. This is problematic for two reasons: 1. Instinct can be highly derived from a “survival mode” or “stop the bleeding” mentality, and 2. A natural instinct of humans is to take the reasons from what most would describe as common

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Change by Ad Position Ranges
March 8, 2016
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We’re all dying to know the immediate effects of Google removing all the text ads from the sidebar. Since February, Google has rolled out a staggered removal of all sidebar texts ads, leaving only Google Shopping ads and the Knowledge Graph. And as of this past week, most of the rollout has completed so we have at least a little

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February 6, 2013
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Today at exactly 12pm Pacific, Google officially announced its plan to roll out major changes to the Adwords campaign functionality. Calling the “upgrade” Enhanced Campaigns, Google has said this is the “first step to help you more simply and smartly manage” Adwords campaigns as it pertains to the different devices, locations, day scheduling, and conversions across these segments. Previously, we

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December 29, 2011
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Cross Your Fingers Yall.

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April 24, 2010
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Dear Quality Score Victim, I have to admit: I've been dying to write an updated piece about Quality Score (QS) since 2 years ago. The game has changed forever and I've spent more time gritting my teeth and cursing at my monitor (logged into Adwords) than ever before. The reason is because we were told quality score was to help

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Caffeine
January 6, 2010
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Google Caffeine and Google Merchant Center is Stirring Up the Pot for Advertisers. When it comes to Google Search, it becomes increasingly obvious that it’s evolving faster than ever. Advertisers who make a living from either natural search or paid search (or both) are now being forced into evolving with it. If you haven’t done anything NEW with you search

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November 29, 2009
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Keyword Search Pros has had a lot of inquiry to why Google Adwords revenues have changed this year. It is probably no surprise most inquires come in the form of complaints ranging from the new interface change to Google removing the additional Sponsored results on other pages to minimum first page bid requirement. Though advertisers will typically maneuver around the

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