A major change happened on 18th Feb in AdWords world. Google stopped showing side ads completely. At the same time, the number of top ads was increased from 3 to 4. The number of ad slots at the bottom of the search result page were also increased, though the efficacy of the bottom ads is… Read more »
Monthly Archives: February 2016
With Google removing the right side ads from desktop search results, the PPC domain has been flooded with opinions and views about how this will effect PPCers. This Week’s PPC News update covers that aspect, as well as remedies to tackle some of the hurdles attached with it. Other than that learn about the new… Read more »
Now that you have created your campaign, scrutinized your keywords and are through with A/B testing of your ad copy, you might be interested in knowing how your campaigns are performing. Bing Ads lets marketers customize their reports to determine what’s working and what’s not. When you are creating your customized reports you might have a couple… Read more »
[Update on 29th Feb: There is an important update at the end of this post. ] While Google has been testing 4 ads on top of the desktop search result page and no side ads, these tests were just that. Tests. Last weekend, Moz found that Google has moved to 4 top ads format. The same was… Read more »
In Bing, campaign exclusions lets you restrict your ads from showing for specified locations, websites (website exclusion), IP addresses (IP exclusion) and keyword exclusion (negative keywords). The reason why you would want to opt for such exclusions is because either it is not your target audience or are unrelated with your business.