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SEM account management: Part 3 — How to get more responsibility

Feeling confident in your abilities and looking to take things to the next level? In the final installment in his three-part series on SEM account management, columnist Ted Ives discusses how to get ahead in your career. The post SEM account management: Part 3 — How to get more...

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Beware these 7 sneaky PPC attribution tricks

You may think you're hitting your conversion goals, but columnist Andrew Goodman warns that faulty attribution can lead to inaccurate or misleading performance data. The post Beware these 7 sneaky PPC attribution tricks appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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SEM account management: How to improve account performance

In part two of his three-part series on SEM account management, contributor Ted Ives discusses how to keep your PPC campaigns running smoothly and performing well. The post SEM account management: How to improve account performance appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Here’s a script to help manage bids by keyword match type.

Columnist Frederick Vallaeys explains the concept of "stacked bidding" and provides an AdWords script to help monitor your tiered bids. The post Here’s a script to help manage bids by keyword match type. appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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10 AdWords ad copy testing ideas you can use right now

Wondering where to begin with ad copy testing? Columnist Jason Puckett shares some ideas to get you started. The post 10 AdWords ad copy testing ideas you can use right now appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Manufacturing FAQs: The workhorse of content and search marketing

Columnist Dianna Huff explains the benefits of FAQ pages, from improved search rankings to paid search landing pages. The post Manufacturing FAQs: The workhorse of content and search marketing appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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SEM account management: Part 1 — How to avoid getting fired

In the first of his three-part series on how to be a great SEM account manager, contributor Ted Ives discusses some basic mistakes newbies make that could cost them their jobs. The post SEM account management: Part 1 — How to avoid getting fired appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Should PPC agencies be scared of automation?

Paid search professionals might be nervous about losing their jobs to automation, but columnist Anna Shirley makes the case that PPC automation may actually benefit them. The post Should PPC agencies be scared of automation? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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3 free AdWords testing tools to adopt today

Columnist Todd Saunders discusses the importance of data-fueled decision-making with regard to ad copy and suggests a few tools to help you test and optimize your search ads. The post 3 free AdWords testing tools to adopt today 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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