Tag: #paidsearch

Perks of Google Promotion Extensions

A new feature of ad extensions that are currently in the works offers a range of benefits, which is why you need to get it on your radar. Review all the perks of the Google Promotions extension and why this could be useful to get a higher CTR.

4 Different Ways to use Amazon Sponsored Promotions

Using Amazon Sponsored Products will allow you to have more power over your product merchandising. Product Sponsored ads help boost the visibility of products when shoppers search with keywords you bid on, but there are some important best practices to keep in mind when you set up yours.

Why Small Businesses Should Do Paid Search

Have a small business and believe you have no time for Paid Search? Think again. Your small business can succeed with paid search marketing by honing in on a few things covered in this blog post.

Cross-Device Usage & Google’s Redefined Privacy Policy

Google understands that cross-device usage impacts how search engine marketers create campaigns to reach users through multiple mediums. With the increase in mobile usage, marketers must know how mobile ties into the success of a campaign.

Search Insider Summit

The greatest minds in Search will gather in Deervalley, UT to discuss the future and what it holds. AI, cross-channel attribution, and tying retail sales to searches are just a few of the topics that will be discussed at this annual summit.

Apple Search Ads – Initial Impressions and Starter Tips

After much awaited anticipation, Apple Search Ads is now officially live, opening up the Promise Land for mobile app marketers. It’s important to learn the new terminology of this platform before getting started. Initial impressions and starter tips will help guide your company when setting up your account for this platform.

A Closer Look at AdWords’ Update to Keyword Quality Scores

Google has officially decided to apply a null Quality Score to keywords that are new or have low recent impression and click data. Google will exclude keywords with null Quality Scores from reports and automated rules that include Quality Score filters but you do have the option to include them. Find out what Google advised marketers to check for.