Paid media transparency has become an increasingly pressing industry issue over the last few years. In January 2017, Chief Brand Officer of Procter & Gamble (P&G) Marc Pritchard drew attention to the issue of dishonest agency advertising practices, after an unpleasant surprise in its dealings with one agency led to the company reviewing all of its media-agency contacts.
Google AdWords plays an important role in the success of businesses, and companies should optimize their AdWords campaign to the greatest possible extent. This is often easier said than done, however, because running such a campaign can be a time-consuming and expensive process
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6 AdWords metrics you should optimize for better ROI
In today’s marketing climate, data is key. Indeed, more data is generated in a 24-hour period than ever before, with 2.5 quintillion bytes of data being created daily across the globe (IBM, 2017).
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How to use your data to supercharge paid search
Facebook now accounts for 65% of total social network ad spend and is expected to reach $36 billion in 2017, while Google saw a 17% increase in revenues from 2014 to 2015.
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How to optimize your ad campaigns for consumer behavior on Facebook and Google
If you are coming to this article as a novice, I know what you are thinking. “Not another damned 3 letter acronym! Don’t we have enough?” Well, apparently not, and unfortunately there isn’t all that much we can do to stop the ever growing database of aforementioned acronyms
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What is SEM?
It’s been about 18 months since Google stopped serving paid ads on the right rail of desktop searches . It’s also been another rapid year of mobile and voice search .
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How brands’ domination of paid and organic search has changed with the evolution of search