Post Tag: 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 ne Continue Reading
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: Continue Reading
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, Continue Reading