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With more algorithm updates looming, it’s important you know how to make the most of Google AdWords in 2013. This ever-evolving platform has a stack of new features to take advantage of. This post will explore the new quirks to test in the New Year.
Are you running AdWords advertising on Google search results pages? Are your ads in the best position they could be? Read more
There are many ways to optimise an AdWords account, from improving the structure to implementing ad extensions, but one of the most important things is to improve your results from analysing the data. This is the first in a series of posts about data segmentation.
Some people don’t like to get in to the nitty gritty numbers and get scared by spreadsheets, but the methods I’m going to cover make understanding the numbers easy and simplify your optimisation, and for once, my post won’t require you to open a spreadsheet! Unless of course you want to…
Google have included a new feature within AdWords to allow advertisers to define keywords that must appear within the search string when using broad match.
We have written in the past about the dangers of using broad match in PPC advertising. Whilst it is successful for many in attracting more clicks, targeting is often difficult.
These checks are the day-to-day basics that will ensure your account runs smoothly and performs well. These checks won’t move mountains or see you make huge improvements, but they will help you keep things ticking over for those who are time-poor and don’t have the resources for more detailed optimisation to take place.
Google have hardly been subtle in the changes they’ve made in recent times, nor have they been apologetic. From major algorithm updates to tweaks in the colouration and complexity of sponsored ads (integration within maps, site links and even images for instance); the face of results pages has changed drastically. However, some might argue that this is more of an effort to please stakeholders, rather than users or advertisers.
We all hopefully know how important negative keywords are to the success of a paid search campaign, if you don’t then I suggest you have a read of this negative keywords article.
Have you ever experienced how cumbersome a large negative keyword list can be (when I say large I mean thousands)? More importantly when you have multiple campaigns, with multiple ad groups which all use the same negative keywords? Well Google have introduced a new way of managing these groups of keywords through Negative Keyword Lists. Read more
On the 11th Day of Christmas, we bring you 11 AdWords Tips:
1. Invest time in researching keywords
2. Set-up conversion tracking from the outset Read more