The next holiday is coming up fast, so what can you do to prepare your pay-per-click campaigns? Read on for some helpful tips.
Twitter will soon sell ads against tweets embedded on third-party websites. In addition, the platform will increase video advertising options in the coming weeks.
These tips can help you review and ready your paid media strategy for the new year. Are you prepared?
These strategies for improving your conversion rate, testing new campaign structures, and improving attribution can help you refine your overall PPC performance.
What can PPC marketers expect in the coming year? To put it bluntly, they should prepare themselves to be ready for "all of the things."
Marketers should use both pay-per-click and SEO tactics in order to get the most out of their search marketing campaigns - are you using this strategy?
While segmentation can certainly be beneficial to your marketing strategy, make sure you're not just segmenting for the sake of segmenting.
If you've lagged behind in your AdWords campaigns and need to do some last-minute prep for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, here are three scripts that can help save the day.
For those who have already decided to bid on competitor terms in pay-per-click search, here are some best practices to consider.
There have been several interesting new PPC features and targeting releases during this second half of 2014. Here are five that you should be aware of.