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Nov 10

6 Digital Marketing Strategies for Credit Unions in 2024

by | November 10th, 2023 | Posted in Pay Per Click, Search Engines, Search Marketing Blog | Comments Off on 6 Digital Marketing Strategies for Credit Unions in 2024

“Digital transformation” has drastically changed the financial services industry over the past decade. And as digital technology integrates into every area of business, the pace of change isn’t slowing down.  First, Fintechs disrupted the industry. Now it’s “techfins”—technology companies like Amazon and Apple—elbowing their way into banking as the next disruptors. Add to that the […]

Jun 30

The Changing Landscape of Paid Search

SMX Advanced has long been regarded as the mecca for search engine marketers. Its known for being the source for “advanced” level content and breaking search news. This year I was given the honor of participating in not one session, but two!   While I was originally there to present for the 9 Billion Ads […]

Feb 01

AdWords Updates Structured Snippets Headers and Adds Language Options

by | February 1st, 2016 | Posted in Pay Per Click | Comments Off on AdWords Updates Structured Snippets Headers and Adds Language Options

Google quietly rolled out a few updates to the AdWords Structured Snippets ad extension recently. These changes took the form of adding a new “Models” Header, removing the Black Friday and Cyber Monday options, and adding Languages to choose from.

Aug 31

The Complete Guide to Google AdWords Structured Snippets Ad Extensions

by | August 31st, 2015 | Posted in Pay Per Click | Comments (1)

Structured Snippets Guide Table of Contents Preface and Launch Notes How To Find Structured Snippets The Makeup of a Structured Snippet – Headers – Values – Device Preference – Start/End Dates and Scheduling Account, Campaign & Ad Group Level Running Multiple Structured Snippets & Order Priority Examples Review Process Time-frame Final Thoughts Preface For the […]

Aug 11

New Keywords Tab Segmentation Showing in Google AdWords Accounts

by | August 11th, 2015 | Posted in Pay Per Click | Comments (1)

  +Finally. “Finally”. [Finally]! It appears that after years of providing a clunky and unintuitive keyword segmentation experience, that the Google AdWords Keyword Tab is, yes, finally getting a much needed usability facelift. We spotted a different layout this week in a new client account that streamlines access to the different keyword reports that most […]

Feb 27

Creating Linear Models that Lead to Successful PPC Campaigns

Last week I had the honor of presenting at the SEMpdx’s SearchFest in Portland, Oregon in the “#Fail Free PPC” session. My presentation for this session was entitled “Creating Linear Models that Lead to Successful PPC Campaigns“. Here is the full powerpoint presentation for you to reference. I hope you enjoy it!   View this […]

Jul 12

Final Countdown To AdWords “E-Day”

by | July 12th, 2013 | Posted in Pay Per Click | Comments (2)

July 22nd is fast approaching. This is the day that AdWords advertisers has been dreading since Google first announced to Enhanced Campaigns, the platform upgrade that includes major changes to how campaigns are built, managed and perform. On the 22nd of July 2013, all existing campaigns will be automatically upgraded to Enhanced. Several studies have […]

Jul 13

Google Testing Combinations of Ads and Ad Formats in Image Search Results

by | July 13th, 2012 | Posted in Pay Per Click, Search Engines | Comments Off on Google Testing Combinations of Ads and Ad Formats in Image Search Results

In keeping with Google’s habit of conducing AdWords SERPs tests on Fridays like the left side search tool test, the Olympic Logos test, and the “Related to” Ads Segmentation test, another unique test was spotted today for their Image Search pages. This test appears to be for SERP combinations with and without standard AdWords PPC […]

Jun 07

Google AdWords Location Ad Extensions Provide a Visible Boost To Local Map PPC Listings

by | June 7th, 2012 | Posted in Local Marketing, Pay Per Click | Comments (2)

Over the past few years Google has been implementing small, but significant, formatting and functional changes to their search result pages, as well as the release and upgrade of several ad extensions like the Location Extension shown in the image to the right. The Location Ad Extension, with it’s grey pin, has morphed over time […]

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