Earlier this year, Google ran a beta test on a small amount of accounts, which automatically launched machine-generated ads. It didn’t go down well.
Alongside the roll out of the new AdWords interface, Google are also introducing new features, or updating old features, in a bid to make the lives of both advertisers and consumers better
Do you ever ask yourself why things don’t always follow the rules in pay per click (PPC) marketing? Why is it that sometimes the best adverts and account structure, don’t always lead to a pot of gold?
Apple introduced their App store ads back in October 2016, though from April this year these were rolled out more globally to countries including the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
In any industry, there are theories, myths and truths. This is also true of digital marketing.
Google customer reviews are replacing Google Trusted Stores program, offering further insight into the seller rating for merchant
Local inventory ads have been around since 2015, and are fairly similar to Google Shopping Ads in that they appear within the search carousel.
Previously a close variant would match to plurals, typos, abbreviations, adverbs etc, which kind of makes sense.
They are there to enhance your advert by adding more value and improved visibility for your ad campaigns, including creating a larger retail space and prominence within search.
One of the newer ad extension formats for Google AdWords is price extensions. These extensions allow you to showcase everything from your products and services offered, to events, brands and locations.
For a long time the use of online portals such as Rightmove, Zoopla or On The Market have been at the forefront of the property search process.