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Optimize low Quality Score

Ways to Fix Your Low Quality Score on Google AdWords

Low Quality Scores on Google AdWords Could Be Wasting Your Money A low quality score on Google Ads can be extremely hard to fix. If you think a low quality score is wasting your ad spend and ruining your ROI, here are some ways to tackle the problem. What is a Quality Score? Google measures Read More…

Google AdWords or Facebook Ads for Your Ad Budget

Google AdWords or Facebook Ads? Where Should You Spend Your Ad Budget?

Should the Facebook Algorithm Update Affect Where You Invest Ad Budget? Facebook’s recent algorithm changes have many affiliate marketers worried. The changes make it increasingly challenging to navigate the news feed and develop strategies to continue to increase or maintain organic reach. As competition increases for paid reach, many marketers are considering moving their ad Read More…

Optimizing for Quality Score

Is Optimizing for Quality Score Always Right?

Here’s Why Optimizing for Quality Score Isn’t Always the Right Choice As digital marketers, we focus on quality score because it is a fundamental component of ad rank. Google determines quality score by factoring in your ad copy, landing page experience and click through rates. Optimizing ad campaigns for quality score has been promoted as Read More…

Adwords Editor 12

What You Get with Google AdWords Editor 12

Google Releases AdWords Editor 12 – Check Out What’s New In addition to a new design, Google AdWords Editor 12 comes with custom rules, faster account downloads and bidding to maximize conversions. AdWords Editor was created to save PPC marketers time. It’s the offline version of AdWords that allows you to access account data offline, Read More…

branded keywords protection

How to Protect Your Branded Keywords

Make Your Branded Keywords Convert Even When There’s Stiff Competition While many PPC strategies have died out as platforms like AdWords have evolved, one PPC strategy that hasn’t faltered is bidding on branded keywords. By bidding on a competitor’s branded terms, brands not only hike up CPCs – but can steal traffic and sales. Here are Read More…