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What Good Are Location Extensions, Anyway?

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Sitelinks get a lot of love from the PPC community – and why wouldn’t they? They’re easy to add, give extra space, help to reduce ambiguity – and let’s not forget the CTR boosts that they bring. But in the midst of all the sitelink-love, it’s easy to overlook their less flashy friends. I say […]

Google Q4 performance: CPCs, CVRs on the rise across devices

Most of the hue and cry over Enhanced Campaigns, Google’s biggest release of 2013, was about bidding, specifically the inability to uncouple tablets from desktops and the lack of control on mobile bids. In an increasingly mobile world, the release was widely seen as Google forcing advertisers’ hands and shoving them headfirst into multi-device campaigns. […]

Q4 AdWords Data by Device: How Do Desktops and Tablets Compare?

Desktop WIns

Perhaps the most frequent complaint of SEMs when Google unleashed Enhanced Campaigns last year was the inability to split bidding for desktops and tablets. Google’s pitch was basically that behavior on the devices is indistinguishable; we rolled our eyes but had no choice but to go with it (and all the goodies that came along […]

Let’s Talk About Bid Modifiers

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When Enhanced Campaigns launched earlier this year, as well as a slew of much-maligned changes, they introduced us all to bid modifiers. This feature allows advertisers to keep account structures (relatively) simple by applying modifiers to increase or decrease bids for location, device and time. But the wonderful world of bid multipliers didn’t stop there. […]

Enhanced Sitelinks: What You Need to Know

Legacy vs enhanced

Sitelinks have been a staple in many online campaigns for years. They have traditionally allowed for online marketers to gain premium, high-ranking real estate on Google’s SERPs at the same cost as it would take for a regular ad. Many studies found Sitelinks to be a great way to boost CTRs and improve overall performance […]

Why Is Opting Out of Tablet App Placement Ads Such a Labyrinth?

I took some time away from search at the start of the summer, conveniently missing the mass migration to enhanced campaigns. Prior to that time, I worked on a single account that we had largely opted out of tablets, especially in display campaigns. After launching the first ever display campaigns for a new client, imagine […]

@toddmintz Enhanced Campaigns Bid Modification Trick

OK…do you want to harness the power of Enhanced Campaign Bid Modifications without spending a ton of time and effort?  Have I got a trick for you :.) First, you need to have a large data sample…you don’t want to make such important changes based on minimal data. In your campaigns, you’re going to have […]

Enhanced Campaigns Launch Day: Quick Optimization Tips

Enhanced Campaigns are the law in AdWords starting today. They’ve got plenty of well covered quirks, but ultimately they give advertisers more flexibility over how they bid in their AdWords auctions and how their ads appear to the user. Here are some quick optimization tips for the launch (if you need some handy migration tips, […]

Enhanced Campaign Survival Guide, Part 1: Migration Steps

Enhanced campaign migration occurs on July 24th, and many advertisers are waiting until the last minute to flip their campaigns over to see its impact and to use its powerful new features. In my opinion, this is a mistake. The “EC world” will change AdWords auction dynamics dramatically (e.g. more competitive mobile auctions). Making the […]

Mobile: the real reason to be ticked off by Enhanced Campaigns

Today’s post is by Jeff Ferguson, CEO of Fang Digital Marketing. Back in February, Google AdWords introduced Enhanced Campaigns, calling it, “marketing for a constantly connected world…designed to help you succeed in this world of constant connectivity.” At the time, I authored a post on the official Fang Digital Marketing blog cautioning everyone to calm down and […]