Tag Archives: GOOGLE

Optmyzr Launches Bid Management Solution For Google Shopping Campaigns

Google’s new Shopping Campaigns offer many benefits over traditional PLA campaigns, including granular performance benchmarks, but bid optimization can still be cumbersome. Optmyzr, the company that provides automation tools for Google AdWords management, has launched a new tool to help...

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Keylime Toolbox And Moz Analytics Debut “Not Provided” Data Recovery Solutions

Today, two companies announced new solutions to help solve the “not provided” problem that leaves SEOs in the dark about the search queries that lead users to their sites. Moz has added a new report to Moz Analytics, and Keylime Toolbox is a new company offering SEO Analytics Software...

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New “Google My Business” Simplifies Local Marketing For SMBs

For quite some time since the introduction of Google+ Local, managing local listings and content across Google properties has confused many local SEOs and local business owners alike. Now Google has launched a new, integrated approach called Google My Business. The core idea is to make it “easier...

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How To Manage Bids For AdWords Shopping Ads

Last month, I covered the basics of how Shopping campaigns in AdWords differ from Search campaigns. The key finding I had was that, with Search, you have to add keywords to target more queries. In Shopping, all queries that match your products are targeted by default, and one of the main reasons to...

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Google May Disclose When Search Results Have Been Censored Due To ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ by @mattsouthern

The Guardian reports today that Google is considering letting users know in the search results pages when search results have been removed due to the recent EU ‘right to be forgotten’ privacy ruling. Since the ruling by the European court of justice on May 13th, Google has received tens of thousands of requests from internet users to take down sensitive information. The Guardian says that “it is understood” Google is planning to flag censored search results. Google is planning to place an alert at the bottom of each page where it has removed links, similar to how Google alerts users […]

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Google May Disclose When Search Results Have Been Censored Due To ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ by @mattsouthern

The Guardian reports today that Google is considering letting users know in the search results pages when search results have been removed due to the recent EU ‘right to be forgotten’ privacy ruling. Since the ruling by the European court of justice on May 13th, Google has received tens of thousands of requests from internet users to take down sensitive information. The Guardian says that “it is understood” Google is planning to flag censored search results. Google is planning to place an alert at the bottom of each page where it has removed links, similar to how Google alerts users […]

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Google May Disclose When Search Results Have Been Censored Due To ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ by @mattsouthern

The Guardian reports today that Google is considering letting users know in the search results pages when search results have been removed due to the recent EU ‘right to be forgotten’ privacy ruling. Since the ruling by the European court of justice on May 13th, Google has received tens of thousands of requests from internet users to take down sensitive information. The Guardian says that “it is understood” Google is planning to flag censored search results. Google is planning to place an alert at the bottom of each page where it has removed links, similar to how Google alerts users […]

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8 Keys To Getting More Google+ Interaction by @adamjayc

Google+ isn’t dead, far from it in fact. But, I know a lot of marketers are still on the fence about Google+. This study by Forrester Research gets cited a lot when people look to validate the social network as a viable channel. While Facebook is still in the lead when it comes to brand engagement, Google+ is getting close, particularly when you consider the extreme decline of Facebook’s organic reach. This makes a strong case for developing your presence on Google+. But, this begs the question – what can you do to get more interaction for you and your […]

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Why You Don’t See “World Cup” Ads On Google

Google is on the cusp of a search volume siege from soccer (aka football) fans as the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ nears. A look at Google Trends data shows we’re on the upswing what Google can expect when the tournament starts on June 12, based on the volumes the last two times the World Cup was...

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Google Releases An In-Depth Guide To Googlebot-Friendly Site Moves by @mattsouthern

Google announced on their Webmaster Central blog today that they have released an in-depth guide to Googlebot-friendly site movies. “Few topics confuse and scare webmasters more than site moves,” Google says. So to make things less scary they have created this guide that explains how to handle site moves and stay on Google’s good side. For those unfamiliar with sites moves, and how to move a site correctly, Google runs down the basics. Basics of site moves Google explains sites moves as being one of two types of content migrations: Site moves without URL changes. This is where you’re changing your site’s […]

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