Adwords User? How PPC Audit Makes Your Account Efficient

Pay-Per-Click advertising is still relevant as ever, especially when more people do their shopping online. In order to reach that ever expanding audience, you need to have a strong PPC strategy, and one of the most robust tools available is Google AdWords.

But sometimes you may need to go through your account and perform a PPC audit. Fortunately there are methods of obtaining the most efficient audits. You can check to see you're actually hitting...

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4 Tips to Stay Ahead of Competitors in PPC

If there are any lessons to be learned, or even advantages to be gained from tough times for businesses, then it's an increased awareness not only of what customers want, but what your direct competitors may be doing better than you.

It doesn't matter how brilliant a single PPC campaign of yours might be, or how effective it was in turning clicks into clients, you can bet your next quarter's profits that the...

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Google Search Celebrates Its 15th Birthday Today

Google is celebrating its 15th birthday with an interactive piñata doodle. Google is an American multinational corporation specializing in Internet-related services and products. These include search, cloud computing, software and online advertising technologies. Most of its profits are derived from AdWords. Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California, is...

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Why Marketers Must Pay Attention to Google's Quality Score Change

In August 2013, Google changed Quality Score reporting to AdWords by better integrating three sub factors: expected click-through rate, landing page experience and ad relevance. While the way Quality Score is calculated has not changed, the reporting changes can affect relevancy and bid rates. Understanding the effects of these changes will help with using the AdWords report better to assess ad success. Quality Scores Increased After the implantation of these changes, very low scores decreased significantly while high...

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