Earlier this month, Google rolled out the beta version of its new and improved Search Console to all verified users.
Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned vet, determining if you should use search advertising or display advertising for your marketing campaign is tough. Use the wrong channel and you potentially ruin the maximum success of your whole campaign.
Young children are using the internet to search and find content more than they ever have before—but we can all understand some of the trade-offs that come with this technological advancement. Typical search engines (think Google, Bing, etc.) do not default to kid-friendly settings, and it takes a lot of adult monitoring to make sure that nothing is appearing and getting clicked on that isn’t age-appropriate. Luckily in recent years, more and more safe search engines for kids have been emerging.
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4 safe search engines for kids
Back in August, Google introduced a new feature called Questions & Answers, or Q&A, in Google Maps . This feature allows you and other people to ask and answer questions about your business
Google AdWords offers three major keyword match types – broad match, phrase match, and exact match. It’s safe to say that if not you don’t know how to use each correctly, you could be wasting your PPC budget. Choosing the right keyword match types can help you target your ads better so you get higher-quality traffic to your site.
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Common PPC keyword mistakes (Understanding broad match vs. phrase match vs. exact match)
An estimated 240,000 ecommerce stores use Magento for their online operations, which accounts for nearly 30% of the ecommerce platform market. Unfortunately, this not only makes clear that Magento is a worthwhile program, it makes clear something else: It’s a focus area for cyber criminals across the globe. Add to this the fact that it’s an ecommerce platform, and it’s clear how critical security for any Magento e-store would be.
Ecommerce has been growing steadily in popularity for the last 10 years. Online sales jumped up nearly 15% last year across the board, and they’re predicted to only increase in the future
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7 things to consider when choosing an ecommerce platform