No matter how many free tools crop up for ecommerce companies, a paid ad is sometimes your best bet for driving traffic to (and conversions from) your website. The problem is other ecommerce and even brick-and-mortar competitors are using the same search terms and keywords you will. Not only do
Expanded Text Ads (ETAs), announced in July of 2016, are considered by most industry observers to be the biggest change to Google Adwords in 16 years.
Google’s new ETAs provide for an increase of 50 percent more ad space. Plus, ETAs pack in a few other exciting features as well.
If you have ever run a Google AdWords campaign, you know how overwhelming maintaining an account can be. Luckily, Google has many features and tools that make managing campaigns easier and more successful. The catch? It is up to us to utilize them. Today, I am talking about an advanced feature that can help advertisers better reach customers by matching their search query. This seemingly magical feature is called keyword insertion.
If you were in a room full of inbound marketers a couple of years ago, advertising on Google wasn’t a strategy you heard too much about. However, with the ever-increasing competition online, it’s becoming a more talked about topic for getting your content in front of the eyes of your potential customers. So, why has it taken so long for most inbound marketers to adopt Google AdWords?
As an inbound marketer with only so much budget to spend on pay-per-click advertising, you want to get the most bang for your buck. That’s why many marketers are choosing to spend a portion of that budget on Google AdWords.
With over 2 billion searches every single day, Google is by far the most used search engine on the web — and your customers and prospects are likely using it to search for content related to your business.