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Google Adwords

Would you like to use Google Ads effectively within your B2B environment to grow your business, but you just don't know where to start? Maybe you've already run a campaign or two, but you're not sure why they didn't bring in more leads, or whether you were missing a key step in the process. Worry no more! Here you'll find a complete guide to using Google Ads successfully to draw in new clients and provide a...

Building a Google Ad campaign account is not as frightening as you may assume. It is true that the interface may pose some navigation challenges, but with the right guidance, you should not encounter any major issues. Keep in mind that your account structure is not a permanent thing. The structure will continue to evolve as time goes by. What Does Proper Structuring Involve? You need to have a good understanding of all the components involved in the...

Google has a huge stake in creating a safe and healthy digital ad ecosystem. This is something that the company helped to pioneer in the last two decades. Google aims at ensuring that the internet is useful to everyone. In 2018, the company was faced with challenges where online ads were used to scam online users. For instance, they came up with a policy banning for-profit bail bond companies since this industry was taking advantage of vulnerable...

Running a successful PPC campaign is not just about generating sales, or conversions but factoring in the associated costs and determining if the campaign made the desired results. Many marketers ignore this aspect of PPC campaigns. The reason is that they are content as long as the promotion produced substantial sales. It should not be the case because evaluating a PPC ROI is critical to deciding whether you will launch other such campaigns in the future....

Whether you are seeking to monetize your blog or watch your website ROI soar, Google ads are the way to go. It works by finding ads that are related to your content. Formerly known as AdWords, google ads use the pay per click (PPC) marketing strategy. There are various ways of targeting your ads depending on the type of your business. The platform comes with several tabs and options that can be rather overwhelming. In addition, AdWords...

Dynamic Search Ads (DSAs) have been available to advertisers since 2011, but in July 2018, Google redesigned the algorithm, taking the power of keyword control away from marketers. However, this move did not make DSAs any less important for online advertisers. In fact, they improved targeting for ads. Dynamic Search Ads increase the coverage of queries to capture what keyword ads may have missed. DSAs use the content of a website to generate the headline and...

Google has millions of websites that provide companies an excellent platform for advertising business. This was the premise for developing Google Display Ads. The ads are made of visual banner advertisements displayed on advertising-supported sites. Google Display Ads are part of the broader Google Display Network that is made up of Display Network and the Search Network. While the Display Network is believed to reach more than 90% of internet users, many businesses are still hesitant...

Google Ads Express is a stripped-down version of Google Adwords, designed as a simplified package for businesses who want to start quickly. Google says it is ideal for business owners without much time to micromanage their online advertising. This probably seems like a great deal to small businesses who are strapped for time and manpower. It's as straightforward as setting up an ad, writing a three line description of your company, and then Google will handle everything...

Most marketers and business owners have a more is better approach to the keywords used in their Google Ad Words campaigns. Although you should experiment with multiple keywords, you should never jam them all into a single ad group. Not only will your Cost Per Acquisition (CPA) and Cost Per Click (CPC) rates hit the roof but you'll also drastically decrease your Quality Score (QS). Is there a magic formula when it comes to how many keywords you should include in your Google AdWords campaigns?...

If you’ve been involved in Google Advertising for any length of time, you may well be thinking that it’s starting to become somewhat more competitive. And you’d be right. According to Merkle’s Digital Marketing Report, the cost of a Google Ad is around 12 - 14 per cent higher today than it was a couple of years ago. This is largely being driven by more marketers spending more money on ads, with spending up 24 per cent...