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Bloom’s Weekly Picks – Feb 21, 2014


Uncategorized / February 21, 2014


Here’s this week’s picks from the Bloom team. Don’t forget to Subscribe to our blog, follow us on Twitter or Like us on Facebook.

How to pitch YouTube video ads as a new PPC initiative

Want to pitch video ads but know your client/boss is afraid to get swamped into an ocean of irrelevant view counts? First things first: does it even fit your/their advertising goals? It does? Good. Now smart targeting and good creatives are a good way to start. Yes – Amanda Westbook tells us how to pitch it right.

Household Income Targeting in Adwords

Been meaning to target those top 10% household income users? Well, now you can. Buried deep in Adwords’ location targeting settings is the ability to add this targeting layer to your campaigns. The folks at 3Q Digital have a pretty good post about it.

Do “Suspicious Minds” Make the Best PPC Managers?

This one is a great read for all of you PPC managers out there. Is being suspicious, pessimistic and never accepting data at its face value the kind of traits that make a good PPC Manager? We here at Bloom think it sure helps!

Out of Beta: Google Shopping Campaigns For PLAs Now Available Globally.

What does this mean for advertisers? Based on feedback acquired during these last three months of beta testing, Google’s got some pretty sweet new features in stock to have a better handle on Product Listing Ads management. What do you think?

2014 SEM Tournament

Cast your vote in the 2014 SEM Tournament! We’ve got some friends that made it to the list. Maybe some Bloomers will make it next year 😉

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