Posts Tagged ‘AdWords Campaigns’

PPC Managers: Avoid These Three Traps

By Don Sturgill HE WAS A BRIGHT young guy, fresh out of college and cram-packed with knowledge about Internet marketing and social media. He could have been the model on a Gen Y characteristics chart. Soon after he began interning on our SEO team, he told me the company blog was in severe need of…

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Higher PPC Bids vs. Lower Bids: Which One Wins

By Richard Farr PPC is not SEO. I’ll let that settle in. Really, PPC is NOT SEO. Higher rankings through SEO is a good thing; whereas, striving for a higher average position in PPC isn’t necessarily more profitable. Let me show you why with an example. Below are two identical campaigns: One was implemented with the goal…

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Use of Negatives for AdWords Campaigns

By John Ellis Adding “negative” keywords to an AdWords campaign can be your first level stop for even the basic pay-per-click campaign. It’s important because it can set the groundwork for perfect traffic directing. When our company takes over an existing paid search account for clients, the first thing we often do is reduce unwanted…

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