Use AdWords intelligently, and you can discover a useful tool for bringing valuable visitors to your website. With that in mind, let’s shake off all those fuzzy untruths and get closer to my three real truths of Google AdWords.
Online marketing has birthed a variety of options for those looking to extend their reach – banner ads, affiliate marketing, and content recommendations. But how effective are these strategies in grabbing consumers' attention? Let's take a look at some pros and cons of each
If meteoric growth is any indicator of positive business sentiment, then the latest numbers from IAB suggest that paid advertising is paying off for brands—big time. According to a recent report issued by the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), the second quarter of 2015 alone generated a record-...
Pay-per-click (PPC) has revolutionized the way in which businesses promote their products and services. No longer are brands forced to buy bulk banner space on websites. Using PPC platforms like Google AdWords and Bing Ads, they can create custom ads while targeting specific keywords that are relevant to their target audience. But running a successful PPC campaign isn't always an easy task, so today we're going to look at some of the most common reasons why they fail.
Retargeting has become commonplace in the world of digital advertising and even search marketing. Retargeting is beneficial for marketers since it can increase conversion rates, improve ROI, and precisely target an audience at a reduced cost per impression. In short, if you’re a marketer, you should seriously consider implementing a retargeting campaign.
Yesterday the mysteries of the big Google AdWords announcment we've been hearing about for weeks were finally revealed by Google’s Jerry Dischler , VP of AdWords Product Management, and I happened to have a front row seat! The theme of the talk? Addressing “moments that matter” through better mobile experiences, more automation tools, and enhanced measurement features. It was all about helping marketers “win the moment” or, er, the micro-moment.