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 February 25, 2011 Plus – Twitter Promo!

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If you haven't heard yet, the last Friday of every month, YOU have a chance for your PPC blog post to be featured in our weekly News Roundups! How, you may ask? By Tweeting it to us, I answer! You'll have the entire last week of every month to get your submissions Tweeted to us. You might be thinking, "Seriously?…
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PPC News Roundup for February 18, 2011 Plus – Twitter Promo!

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To kick things off this week, I’d like to mention a promo we are running through our Twitter account @ppchero. If you’d like to have your blog post included in our roundup next Friday, February 25, shoot us a link via direct message on Twitter, explain you’d like to be considered and you will be! While we can’t guarantee we’ll…
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PPC News Roundup for February 11, 2011

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Remember last week’s roundup about the originality argument between Google and Bing?  Well, the plot has thickened.  As reported by Danny Goodwin of Search Engine Watch, a recently released Hitwise/Compete report shows that Bing’s popularity is increasing online.  This is demonstrated in part from a 6% rise in Bing-powered searches (totaling now to 25.77% of the U.S. searches), and partially…
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PPC News Roundup for February 4, 2011

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Ladies and gentlemen, the gloves are off.  On Tuesday, February 1, Google released a statement accusing Bing of cheating off of Google's search results algorithm.  In an article first reported at Search Engine Land by Danny Sullivan, Google announced that after running a series of carefully rigged search queries, it found that Bing was simply copying Google results in places…
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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…
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