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The Google Display Network (GDN) allows you to place targeted display ads on a variety of sites next to related content. This can help expand the reach of your online advertising as it targets potential customers who are not actively searching for what you are offering.
According to Google, the GND reaches 80% of global internet users meaning that by advertising via this platform you can reach a huge number of people you might not reach through conventional search ads.
One of the most common mistakes I see in an AdWords campaign setup by your average guy is the misuse of keyword match types. Google seem to make the process of building a campaign very easy for an average small business owner looking to buy some digital advertising space on the Google high street. It is pretty obvious why it is made this easy in my opinion; it makes Google a lot of money.
The re-launch of MSN Live to Bing has generated a lot of hype across the Internet. Many advertisers who wouldn’t have considered using the Microsoft adCenter before are certainly giving it some thought now.
There are many tools available for new advertisers and also those that have been running paid search campaigns for years.
There are a variety of useful tools available for SEO; however, there doesn’t seem to be many that are built to help users manage their PPC campaigns – not obvious ones anyway. But while they may be few and far between, there really are some gems out there, which I’ll explore in more detail in this post.
With December fast approaching, the Christmas period can be a great time to push your product or service online. If you want quick results then Google AdWords is the obvious choice. However, to make it profitable you need to make sure your CTR and quality score are top notch. As it’s Cyber Monday I have put together a list of tips to make sure your campaign is delivering Christmas conversions.
Traditional marketing and PR has historically had great difficulty proving ROI (Return On Investment) and in many cases ROI has simply been unknowable. One of the strongest aspects of online marketing is the ability to prove ROI and nowhere else is this done with as much ease and clarity as with PPC.
In April, a new conversion column started appearing in AdWords reports and eventually the main AdWords homepage; it was called “Conversions (many-per-click)” and the old Conversion column was changed to “Conversions (1-per-click)”. This was done with no real fanfare at the time, especially considering the importance of the column. But what is “many per click” and is it better than plain old conversions?
The new feature allows up to five MCCs to link to an account, what’s more there is now no distinction between UI/API and API-only links.
In my mind there are key steps that everyone should be following when a Pay Per Click campaign is being created. Whether you are new to PPC or an experienced Search Specialist, we all need guidelines to ensure we keep on track.
Bing is the newly refurbished Microsoft search engine, formerly known as MSN Live and MSN Search. Microsoft launched Bing on 1st June 2009, with a clean and uncluttered layout and a daily image that is rotated daily to provide searchers with a fresh and attractive search experience. Read more