It’s no longer possible to add new Broad Match Modified keywords to Google Ads accounts. So what are our options?
AdTech platforms and publishers have welcomed the news, as they now have additional time to get to grips with the new technologies being developed to fill the void.
Google Ads scams, a metalcore band, and Trump launching his own social media platform (sort of). It’s all in this week’s My Five.
Twitter wants you to join its clubhouse, Google takes away the cookies, and Millennials embarrass themselves. It’s My Five time.
Bing’s making moves down under, Google Ads are changing, and a Lancashire farmer is kidding around on Zoom – all in this week’s My Five.
Google has loosened its match type definitions and is now sharing less data in its search term reports, plus text ads could be a thing of the past. Read all about it here.
In this week’s My Five, we’re told to go back to the office, BoJo lies on his CV, and David Blaine attempts to leave this godforsaken planet.
Google has announced a couple of new features in Google Ads but are they actually useful? Read my thoughts on the new keyword research refinement tool and conversion explanations.
Time for another coronavirus-heavy My Five, where Google gets generous, bots replace humans on Zoom calls, and idiots burn down mobile phone masts.
Do you want to know more about conversion tracking with Google Ads? Read all about it here.
What does Google’s decision to remove the average position column in Google Ads mean for advertisers?
We take a look at some of the features that have been removed from the new Google Ads Editor, and one extremely annoying design fault that has sadly remained.