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Dear Saint Google 2018

Since 2008 our Google Ads Experts have written an open letter to Saint Google. We believe that at least one of Saint Google’s Elves or maybe even the big SG reads our blog because we get lots of things that have been in our letters. Regardless, we find this to be a fun tradition for…

December 5, 2018
Building Trust in Your Marketing

People do business with those they trust; they trust those that help them understand. When you share your expertise you help prospects understand your product or service value and how it serves their want or need. Doing that builds trust and moves the relationship forward. If you do not believe this is true then save…

November 8, 2018
Click Fraud – Measuring the intent of a click

What is the cost of a click?  It takes no effort for your finger to press that little button on your mouse, but it is what you click on where the dollars add up. For example, a single click on an ad could cost a plumber as much as $20.  Depending on the location, amount…

September 4, 2018
The Days of Manual A/B Testing are (Essentially) Over

For years Google has been trying to leverage Artificial Intelligence within AdWords (now Google Ads). For the most part they have been trying to automate ad creation; first with Dynamic Search Ads, which started off terrible but got better as more controls were given. Then more recently, they introduced Automated Ad Suggestions which, to my…

July 30, 2018
Skynet + AdWords
The Machines are Coming (For Your Ads) - and they think that they can write better ads than humans: The one constant in Google is change and today is no exception. Recently Google has been sending out several alerts about changes coming to an AdWords account near you. Below is an excerpt from what is...
March 28, 2018
Don’t Let Your AdWords Be Eclipsed By The Eclipse

The nation’s attention is focused on the Solar Eclipse. This disruption, not only to the familiar patterns of the Sun, Earth and the Moon, also disrupts AdWords performance. For those that have keywords that match ‘eclipse’ but are unrelated to the event, we would expect a spike in Eclipse based searches. This creates a spike…

August 18, 2017
Display Network Do’s & Don’ts

The dictionary defines a double edged sword as “something that has or can have both favorable and unfavorable consequences.” Depending on how it’s utilized, the same could be said of the Display Network based on the settings that are in place. Today’s tip involves some do’s and don’ts to help give you the benefits of…

February 20, 2017
Improve Your Click through Rate & Quality Score Part 2

Last week, we explored improving the Click through Rate (CTR) to drive the Quality Score with a focus on reducing impressions. The other way to approach this is to increase the amount of clicks coming in through AdWords. There are many theories on how to increase the clicks, but only one that almost everyone agrees…

November 29, 2016
Improve Your Click through Rate & Quality Score

Quality Score and money are the same thing so it is worth paying attention to this number. The bid in AdWords is money times quality score so quality score really is your money. The single biggest attribute in the quality score is the CTR (Click Through Rate) so it’s worth paying attention – assuming you…

November 21, 2016
Add an Ad Extension Today

There are several available additions to your ads beyond the 140 characters and spaces known as Ad Extensions. Ad Extensions can be used to supplement your ad copy and give you an extra opportunity to show extra information about your business to potential customers. The usage (or non-usage) of ad extensions is one of the…

November 14, 2016
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