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Four ways to remain productive when the AdWords interface changes

The new AdWords interface is creating quite a stir in the PPC industry because, while it’s pretty, it’s disrupting the work of lots of PPC professionals. A Mona Elesseily says, “[T]his is a workhorse for many of us, not a viewing platform.” Fortunately, advertisers who use third-party tools like Optmyzr have a chance to transition...
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AdWords custom columns now available at keyword and ad levels

Custom columns in AdWords can help marketers get more detailed insights into how their campaigns are performing based on non-standard metric targets. Now, advertisers can create and track custom metrics at the keyword and ad levels in addition to the campaign and ad group levels, which have been available since 2014. As with just about...
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The new Google AdWords interface is coming soon. Are you ready?

Google is gradually rolling out a new AdWords user interface. Word has it this change will be complete and available to everyone sometime in the first half of 2018. Many of us using the new interface have been asking questions like “Have you seen this feature/report/functionality in the new interface?” If you are frustrated by...
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No search volume? No problem! 3 ways to improve low-traffic AdWords campaigns

Search volume is the foundation of most successful AdWords campaigns. After all, if you’re bidding on a keyword that gets 10,000 searches per month and you have a 5 percent click-through rate, a 10 percent conversion rate and a 20 percent close rate, you can expect to close 10 sales a month from that keyword....
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3 Critical PPC Tasks You Should Do Every Day

Jon Clark ‘); $(‘#scheader .sc-logo’).append(‘ ‘); $(‘#scheader’).append(”); $(‘#scheader .scdetails’).append(‘ ‘+cat_head_params.sponsor+’ ‘); $(‘#scheader .scdetails’).append(cat_head_params.sponsor_text); $(‘#scheader’).append(”); if(“undefined”!=typeof __gaTracker){ $(‘#scheader a’).click(function(){ __gaTracker( “send”,”event”, “Sponsored Category Click Var 1”, “paid-search”, ( $(this).attr(‘href’) ) ); }); } } }); }); Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising remains an effective way to grab the attention of your target audience and drive them back to...
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Google AdWords Releases New Keyword Planner Tool

Matt Southern ‘); $(‘#scheader .sc-logo’).append(‘ ‘); $(‘#scheader’).append(”); $(‘#scheader .scdetails’).append(‘ ‘+cat_head_params.sponsor+’ ‘); $(‘#scheader .scdetails’).append(cat_head_params.sponsor_text); $(‘#scheader’).append(”); if(“undefined”!=typeof __gaTracker){ $(‘#scheader a’).click(function(){ __gaTracker( “send”,”event”, “Sponsored Category Click Var 1”, “paid-search”, ( $(this).attr(‘href’) ) ); }); } } }); }); Google has rolled out a rebuilt version of Keyword Planner, which is available now in the new AdWords experience. Keyword...
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Amazon: “all AWS Services are GDPR ready”

Chad Woolf, Vice President of AWS Security Assurance at Amazon, said yesterday he was very “pleased to announce that AWS services comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).” Amazon says they have completed the GDPR service readiness audit, validating that all generally available services and features adhere to the high privacy bar and data...
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AdWords now shows ad version history

If you’re one to edit ads in AdWords rather than pause or remove old ads, then add new ones, now you can easily compare all those old ad variations. To get to the new version history screen, available only in the new AdWords interface, hover next to an ad, click on the pencil icon that...
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The new Google AdWords interface is coming soon. Are you ready …

Google is gradually rolling out a new AdWords user interface. Word has it this change will be complete and available to everyone sometime in the first half of 2018. Many of us using the new interface have been asking questions like “Have you seen this feature/report/functionality in the new interface?” If you are frustrated by...
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Google AdWords To Deactivate Accounts With No Spend In Past 15 …

Google announced on Twitter that they will be automatically deactivating accounts with no spend in the past 15 months. Google said this will help “speed up your AdWords experience” some how. Google added that if your account is deactivated, you can always reactivate it when you are ready. Google posted a help doc on this:...
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