Tag Archives: Andy Taylor

Google locally focused ads poised to play important holiday season role for brick-and-mortar brands

If 2016 trends are any indication, search ads aimed at driving offline traffic are likely to have a big impact this year. Contributor Andy Taylor explains how to take advantage of the opportunities. The post Google locally focused ads poised to play important holiday season role for...

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The limitations of Google AdWords demographic targeting

Proper demographic targeting can improve your search ads' performance. Unfortunately, as columnist Andy Taylor points out, Google doesn't always make demographic targeting easy. The post The limitations of Google AdWords demographic targeting appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How important is Google Shopping for retailers?

Columnist Andy Taylor shares his views on the recent European Commission antitrust ruling against Google and how this might impact retailers that rely on Google Shopping for sales. The post How important is Google Shopping for retailers? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How to compare paid search and organic search without sounding foolish

Which search channel is better: paid or organic? Columnist Andy Taylor argues that there is no simple answer to this question, despite what some practitioners may want to believe. The post How to compare paid search and organic search without sounding foolish appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How to compare paid search and organic search without sounding foolish

Which search channel is better: paid or organic? Columnist Andy Taylor argues that there is no simple answer to this question, despite what some practitioners may want to believe. The post How to compare paid search and organic search without sounding foolish appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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What your paid search KPI says about you

Every advertiser measures success based on key performance indicators (KPIs) that they deem relevant. Columnist Andy Taylor asks, What do your chosen KPIs say about your priorities? The post What your paid search KPI says about you appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google’s location tracking is better now than ever before

Columnist Andy Taylor notes that Google has improved its ability to track search traffic at the ZIP code level, which is good news for advertisers who employ granular geographic targeting. The post Google’s location tracking is better now than ever before appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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When should advertisers consider pausing Google Local Inventory Ads?

Retailers that sell online and in-store need to balance where to send users in their paid search efforts. Columnist Andy Taylor explores when advertisers might want to rely on local inventory versus regular product listing ads. The post When should advertisers consider pausing Google Local...

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Google’s shaky pitch for why advertisers should let Dynamic Search Ads handle queries

The AdWords Help documentation recommends that advertisers not add top-performing queries from Dynamic Search Ads (DSAs) as keywords. Columnist Andy Taylor explores whether that recommendation makes sense. The post Google’s shaky pitch for why advertisers should let Dynamic Search Ads handle...

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What Google’s recent RLSA updates mean for advertisers

Columnist Andy Taylor discusses the impact of two recent changes to Remarketing List for Search Ads announced at SMX East 2016 -- expanded RLSA membership duration and cross-device retargeting. The post What Google’s recent RLSA updates mean for advertisers appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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