How Converting Ads Aren’t Always The Best Ones For The Job Most of the time, the job of a Pay-per-Click person is to write an ad for searchers looking to buy a product or sign up for a service.

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Understanding the Quality Score Can Help You Get Ahead With AdWords The Google AdWords Quality Score was designed with the intention to promote quality ads on search queries.

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Bid Strategies Encouraged For Everyone Automation is wonderful in concept, but it’s only effective for you if you know how the automation tool works, and you have a set goal.

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Why would you want your ad rotation settings different at different times of the day? I mean, that sound like a crazy idea doesn’t it? But I think one thing is apparent in many of my blog posts, users at different times of the day perform fundamentally different.

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Don’t Subsidize Google; Add Negative Keywords Pay-per-Click isn’t just about reaching new customers.

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Import Your AdWords Account Directly Into Bing Ads; Easy as 1, 2, 3 Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or you just like spending time with the family, this is such a wonderful season.

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The Pay-per-Click Power Tool That Keeps On Giving In my last blog, AdWords Editor- One Tool To Rule Them All -Part 1, I listed off a number of really cool features in Google’s AdWords Editor.

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The PPC Power Tool That Almost Replaces Excel Hey, I’m in marketing.

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Use a Script to Toggle a Series of Labeled Ads On or Off When I published my script to turn holidays ads on or off, it was politely pointed out to me that the same purpose could served using Automated Rules.

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Time of Day & Week Matter I was so tired on a Saturday morning, but I could not sleep.

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