Have you noticed? Google did some spring cleaning recently and changed their search engine ranking page (SERP) for Desktop views. In this recent change, they removed paid ads on the right side and now display a limited number of ads above and below organic search results. This means more changes for paid search (PPC) and search engine optimization (SEO) campaigns. Read on to learn more.
Mobile users are shopping and searching for information on their phones more than ever. In fact, over 50% of people use their phone as their primary source to find information and 59% of mobile users accept mobile ads as they would TV or online ads.
We’ve entered a new year and some of you may have been wondering, like me, what the rest of the PPC Advertising industry is thinking will be the trends for 2015. So, I’ve done some digging and pulled together a list of the top 5 trends, as I see them, which I found.
Managing a Google AdWords account isn’t just setting up a campaign, some ads, and adding keywords. There are many activities and processes that go into managing and optimizing a campaign.
Last week we talked about establishing goals and objectives before launching out with a PPC campaign. This week let’s talk about what to do right after you setup your campaign!
Depending on what you spend each month on paid search, you could be doing it all wrong. A strong mix of short-tail and long-tail keywords can help drive cost-per-clicks down. Of course we’re talking Google Adwords here. Have you ever considered Facebook or LinkedIn paid advertising?
Digital C4 believes that PPC has its place in most marketing mixes, but not all paid search is (or should be) created equal. Our strategy is simple… we work with you to define and profile your target audience. We then put a plan in place to test the paid advertising landscape – including Google, Facebook, and LinkedIn – to determine the optimal channel(s) to move forward in.