Spring has (sort of) sprung, and to celebrate not having constant hat hair or falling over on ice for another six months, why not invest some time into giving your AdWords account a good old clean up?
It’s time for another PPC round up, the go-to posts for fans of AdWords, biddable media, and dogs.
Double whammy this month, with the October and November PPC updates all rolled into one. Plus, as always, some pictures of dogs we like.
It’s me again with another monthly PPC update. And yes, there are dog pictures.
It is the end of the world! Or is it? Should we worrying more about Nibiru or #RocketMan? 3 sport related stories to finish off another MyFive instalment.
With AdWords seemingly adding new features every week at the moment, it’s sometimes hard to keep up. Hopefully, you’ll find all the information you need in these posts.
Google’s ad extensions are a great way to add more information about your business/product to your ad copy. Are you using them correctly?
Have you tried the new AdWords interface yet? There are some new features to try out already and even more to be launched throughout the rest of this year
AdWords Editor 12 is now available to download with a slightly new look and a new custom rules section that highlights where campaigns don’t align with Google’s best practices.
This week, Google went back to basics in its bi-weekly Elevenses stream, covering three important components that make great ad groups.
Learn more about your customers with A/B testing and customer surveys, directly from AdWords, as Google integrates the platform with Google Optimize and Google Surveys 360
Here are just some of the reasons why you should ensure your Google AdWords account is fully linked to your Analytics account.