It’s cold and dark – but don’t be sad – because it’s also time for another bi-monthly (ish) PPC update. Grab yourself a nice cuppa and brace yourself for some exciting news from the world of paid search.
Yes, it’s the PPC update. And yes, it has dog pictures. You can peek if you want, but you’re only ruining it for yourself.
If you like PPC updates as much as you like dogs, then lawks-a-lordy, is this the post for you!
Adverts are coming to Whatsapp, Google adds more automation to AdWords, and Prince George is causing trouble on Instagram. It’s time for My Five.
CUTE DOG PHOTOS! Now I’ve got your attention, it’s time for a paid search news update. There are also pictures of dogs.
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.
It’s me again with another monthly PPC update. And yes, there are dog pictures.
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?
This week, Google went back to basics in its bi-weekly Elevenses stream, covering three important components that make great ad groups.
Google’s loosening the targeting for exact match keywords by ignoring function words and including reordering, but what are the implications for advertisers?
Google has been talking about it for the last year and it’s soon to hit our desktops, but will the new interface really be so much better than the one PPC managers have become so accustomed to?