If you’re managing a small PPC account you may think you’re not using rules to govern how you manage your bids, when actually you use rules every time you change bids. If your keywords are performing well you might raise the bids, if they have a low CTR you may want to investigate the search queries behind them, and if they’ve spent a fair bit of money and not converted you might pause them. Whether they’re automated or not, or you’re aware of them or not, they’re still the rules you’re using to optimise your bids.
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Google AdWords Ad Auctions Insights lets users run a report (only for individual keywords at the moment) and view half a dozen metrics against other advertisers. These include impression share, verge position, overlap rate, position above rate and top of page percentage.
Good keyword research is the base for any good SEO or PPC campaign, so here are a few research tools you might find useful.
If you’ve been managing an AdWords account this week you’ll probably have noticed a pop-up notification about changes to the way AdWords uses Phrase and Exact match: plurals and misspellings will now be included by default. So what does this mean, and when should you use it?
Facebook is testing a new targeting option to reach users ‘more likely’ to complete a certain action. In essence, it allows advertisers to target conversions, rather than users. But these actions are only a measurement of success, and shouldn’t be confused with the actual purpose of the campaign.
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