After building and managing several appliance repair PPC campaigns over the last several years at Bloom, we’ve managed to gain a little experience under our tool belt in the space (pun intended).
In this post, I’ll share with you, some of the best practices for building PPC campaigns that we’ve developed to help our appliance repair clients gain a competitive edge in their markets. Continue Reading →
Part 1/3 — Landing PagesLet me start by telling you a story about Bob.
Today, Bob is looking for a new phone. He heads to the nearest mall in hopes of finding the perfect device for his needs.
Walking through the mall, he passes a bunch of mobile phone stores, one of which a savvy salesperson tells him about this great promotion on a Samsung phone. Continue Reading →
In the short video below, Google’s Chief Economist Hal Varian, walks us through the key factors that influence Quality Score and Ad Rank. Learn about the main components that will allow your ads to appear in a better position while you pay less per click. Continue Reading →
Anyone who manages AdWords campaigns regularly knows that Google rolled out a major update this past July called Enhanced Campaigns. You probably also know that you can no longer target mobile devices, tablets and desktop/laptop computers individually in separate campaigns. Nor can you target specific mobile and tablet operating systems, device models or specific mobile carriers. Continue Reading →
On February 6th 2013 Google announced an AdWords update they call Enhanced Campaigns. In short Enhanced Campaigns are an updated version of AdWords campaigns that amalgamate search campaigns split by device into one campaign that is in theory easier to manage. Continue Reading →
What are Google AdWords Labels? This relatively unused feature allows users to tag campaigns, ad groups, ads, and keywords with whatever label you deem useful to gain insights into account performance. Continue Reading →
In Part 1 of the AdWords Experiments Edition we discussed how to define and set up a Google AdWords Experiment while in this part we will be discussing how to commit to a decision based on the data you have. Continue Reading →
If you have ever managed any PPC campaigns you have at one point or another had a gut feeling that you may be bidding either too much or too little but could never prove it without fully committing to your hunch. Continue Reading →