Category : Google

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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April 4, 2016
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Just yesterday, I was looking into an account for an advertiser. He had it audited by a few marketing firms and one told him that he had a massive Lost Impression Share (due to insufficient budget) in his Shopping Campaign and that he ALSO had a very low conversion cost there.This meant Google was telling him to spend more money

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March 30, 2016
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Just like with any new business venture, it's advised you get dirty with a business plan so that you can be super familiar with the costs associated running that business. You'd be surprised how many established businesses still don't really have a grasp on cost and what their target CPAs for various products should be. A challenge advertisers often run

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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 29, 2016
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Google has just released the biggest Adwords update since Enhanced Campaigns almost 2 years ago. We've covered this built up before but now we believe this change will have a bigger impact on advertisers than the Enhanced Campaign Update and bigger than when they removed the 2nd page ad listings. Similar to how Google removed the 2nd page listings and

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Avoid 2015 Google Penalty with Mobile-Friendly Website Design
April 5, 2015
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In Google’s recent announcement on mobile search, a new algorithm update will begin this April 21st and affect more website rankings than ever before. Even Google’s initial quake of Panda in 2012 affected only 12% of website queries. But the new update (which will be named at birth by Search Engine Land) will admittedly affect over 40% of mobile queries.

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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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PicCollage
January 21, 2013
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Last week, Google invited our President, Peter Dulay and our VP, Aaron Putnam up to the Google campus in Mountain View, CA for a one day special event put on by the Google Engage for Agencies team. The vent hosted by Shaunna Randolph, was a 2 Part lecture on “How To Build Better Relationships With New Clients.” Peter and Aaron

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PLA
October 29, 2012
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Google Product Extensions and Product Listing Ads (PLAs) are an important part of any E-Commerce search marketing strategy. Listing Ads and Product Extensions are a great method for distinguishing your ad campaign from the competition, while offering a simple and more engaging user experience. Product Extensions allow for your paid search ad to appear with an image and exact price

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