Four years ago, Google made a major change to desktop search results pages when it removed paid search ads from the right side. Since then, they have sometimes been replaced with the Knowledge Panel or – most recently – Featured […]
Last-click attribution is so yesterday, but the new Google Attribution tool is about to take you beyond the data-driven attribution of today’s AdWords and Analytics platforms. Let’s dive right in and take a look at what marketers can expect from […]
A few months ago, AdWords demographic targeting for search ads was introduced, including the ability to segment by age and gender. This brought joy to many brands and marketers, because they could better match ads to audiences while gaining more […]
Google recently made a significant change to the way its search results pages display on desktop devices. As of right now, ads on the right hand side of the page are gone. Instead, there are more ads at the top […]
Ask anyone which search engine rules the world and the answer you’re likely to receive is “Google.” And, to a large degree, that answer would be correct. But, while much evidence and general common wisdom suggests that Google is the […]
While a Pay Per Click (PPC) campaign can be a powerful tool for a small business to help drive conversions and traffic, PPC campaigns are not always the best solution for small businesses that rely on local sales, such as […]
While Bing and Yahoo may claim that adding the human element makes their paid ad relevancy for search terms better, the data seems to indicate that Google’s algorithm (i.e. Quality Score) is still the best method for getting people to click on an ad and therefore, generate revenue.
While Facebook partnered with Microsoft last year to offer user data and ?Likes? for improving search results for Bing, Google is now trying to create one monolithic tool for combining the already proven strength of their search algorithm with personalized user feedback to even more finely tune search results and advertising.