Tag Archives: Search Ads: General

What teen fiction can teach you about writing ad copy

What do young adult novels and search ads have in common? More than you might think! Columnist Allen Finn discusses how you can apply the tactics of these novelists to create compelling ad copy. The post What teen fiction can teach you about writing ad copy appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Site optimization or traffic optimization: Which delivers better results?

Knowing where to invest in online marketing is crucial for search marketers with limited budgets and resources. Columnist Jacob Baadsgaard explores whether you're better off investing in higher-quality traffic or conversion optimization. The post Site optimization or traffic optimization: Which...

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2017 growth hacks: Use affiliates to improve PPC reach

In this month's installment of her series on SEM growth hacks, columnist Lori Weiman explains how advertisers can utilize their affiliates to dominate the SERPs and increase the bottom line. The post 2017 growth hacks: Use affiliates to improve PPC reach appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google testing list format for AdWords enhanced sitelinks

The test displays four enhanced sitelinks with a smaller font size used in the links. The post Google testing list format for AdWords enhanced sitelinks appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How to test (and perfect) nearly everything in PPC

Columnist Andreas Reiffen adapts his talk from SMX London 2017 into a handy "how-to" for search marketers looking to improve ad performance through testing. The post How to test (and perfect) nearly everything in PPC appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Got amazing content but no leads? 5 ways to rethink your paid strategy

Content marketing isn't easy -- especially if you don't have a content distribution strategy! Columnist Todd Saunders outlines how PPC can be used to enhance your organic content efforts. The post Got amazing content but no leads? 5 ways to rethink your paid strategy appeared first on Search...

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How to navigate the somewhat rocky transition to expanded text ads

Still avoiding the switch to expanded text ads? Columnist Ted Ives has some advice to easing your way into Google's new AdWords ad format. The post How to navigate the somewhat rocky transition to expanded text ads appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Study of 4 million Google searches charts the CTR payoff that came from eliminating right-side ads

Click-through rates for ads at the top of desktop results have increased significantly in the year since Google got rid of text ads in the right rail, a new study shows. The post Study of 4 million Google searches charts the CTR payoff that came from eliminating right-side ads appeared first on...

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Eight insider tips for exceptional price extensions

Price extensions show off your products alongside your ads in a carousel. Columnist and Googler Matt Lawson runs down how to make your price extensions stand out on the results page. The post Eight insider tips for exceptional price extensions appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Attack of the clones: Here’s a script to fight duplicated ads

Duplicate ads can make it difficult to properly manage your AdWords campaigns, but finding duplicate ads in a large account can be nearly impossible. Luckily, thanks to columnist Daniel Gilbert, there's a script for that. The post Attack of the clones: Here’s a script to fight duplicated ads...

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