PPC News Round Up

The PPC Hero team takes on the task of perusing the web and industry blogs for the best PPC related content and gives you them all in a witty, concise format -posted once a week right here to our blog.

PPC News Roundup for January 28, 2011

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Google Adwords introduced negative keywords lists as an improvement over the previous platform.  Negative keywords help control campaign spends and filter out undesirable traffic that results in low conversion rates.  David Iwanow explains the benefits of these lists in his post on Search Engine Journal this week.  David explains that agencies and consultants can now develop reusable lists of negatives…

PPC News Roundup for January 21, 2011

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Groupon might have rejected Google’s offer to buy them, but that didn’t stop Google from getting into the deal-of-the-day market. Waving the surrender flag isn’t really Google’s style. Mashable broke the story last night that Google has confirmed “Google Offers,” aka—the Groupon Clone, as Greg Sterling of Search Engine Land notes. Google Offers is obviously in the testing phase right…

PPC News Roundup for January 14, 2011

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Attention local business owners and marketers: Check out these winning tips by PPC Blog’s Geordie on quickly generating leads for local businesses on Facebook.  Facebook’s advertising platform has advanced user interest and demographic targeting that can really assist in reaching your local customers. Like with any good PPC campaign, you’ll want to first look into optimizing your landing page(s) to…

PPC News Roundup for January 7, 2011

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The rule of thumb is that bidding on highly relevant, targeted keywords will help your conversion rate and cost per lead, while cutting down on irrelevant clicks.  So what do you do when those keywords result in a lot competition and a drain on your funds? Geordie at PPC Blog has some tips for when broad keywords can be cheaper…

PPC News Roundup for December 31, 2010

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Do you regularly use analytics to make decisions about account performance? If not you might want to become familiar as the analytics industry is growing and maturing. Garry Przyklenk of Search Engine Watch has written a post taking a look at the growing importance of web analytics in 2010. The goal of using analytics has shifted from spitting out reports…