Morning Clicks: Multiple AdWords Log-Ins Now Allowed and More

By Jacob Brown | @jakebrownppc | Account Manager at Hanapin Marketing

Morning Clicks is your mid-week roundup of digital advertising news and notes. We’re your one-stop shop for the most relevant and important news in the PPC world. Grab your cup of joe and come see us every Wednesday morning.

PPC Hero Morning Clicks

 

  • It was announced this week that Google launched Managed Service for Running Docker-Based Applications on its Cloud Platform. [Tech Crunch]

 

 

  • Getting tired of logging in and logging out of Google AdWords accounts? MCCs and Sub MCCs are no longer the only answer. Google now allows multiple AdWords account log-ins. [Search Engine Land]

 

Ginny Marvin

 

  • What about in the world of Bing? Recently, Bing Ads launched universal event tracking. [Search Engine Watch]

 

Bing Tweet

 

  • Bing also added new website crawlers in order to help support non-responsive mobile sites. [Search Engine Land]

 

  • Baidu, China’s top Search Engine, now offers advertisers more match type options for keywords, along with offering Display Select along with Search Network targeted campaigns [ClickZ]

 

  • The time has come where Facebook is completely going away from “like-gate” campaigns. So, how should you change your ad strategies? [Marketing Land]

 

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