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3 Key Takeaways from Google’s Planned AdWords Changes

Written on
April 23rd 2014
Author
Dan Morris

ADOTAS — Yesterday, Google announced several new AdWords updates which will become available in the coming months. Vice President of Product Management Jerry Dischler made the reveal during the AdWords Performance Forum, where he reiterated Google’s mission to help advertisers “turn signals into stories,” and emphasized that “it’s no longer about ... more...

Today’s Burning Question: What Do You Think of Facebook’s New Ad Structure?

Written on
March 4th 2014
Author
Mike Daly

ADOTAS — Facebook today rolled out its new ad structure, which it announced last week. The new format, which is intended to “make it easier for advertisers of every size to organize, optimize and measure their ads,” is explained in the graphic below: Here’s how industry leaders are reacting to the ... more...

Covario: 2014 Search Outlook for Brand Advertisers (Blogshare)

Written on
January 9th 2014
Author
Mike Daly

ADOTAS – In a recent blog post, Covario’s head of global paid media strategy, Alex Funk, offered a 2014 Search Marketing Outlook for Brand Advertisers, as well as reporting on the Death of 10 Blue Links. But first, he recapped the year just past and how it set the state for ... more...

Google’s Newly Restricted Analytics: Is It About Privacy or Profit?

Written on
November 4th 2013
Author
Richard L. Tso

ADOTAS – For website publishers, Google Analytics is a boon —  one of the only free tools that provides detailed insights about inbound web traffic and page views. But in late October, Google apparently went “dark” on providing its free data, removing access to the keywords people used in Google’s ... more...

New Capabilities in Display May Change How You Value Online Media

Written on
October 25th 2013
Author
John Peebles

ADOTAS – For many companies, Google’s new AdWords Enhanced Campaigns is making paid search more expensive. At the same time, Real Time Bidding (RTB) display advertising systems give you the ability to “peek into” who you’re buying. The result is that display advertising can be bought and measured as a ... more...

Today’s Burning Question: Google Stock Breaks $1,000 Barrier

Written on
October 18th 2013
Author
Mike Daly

ADOTAS — Today we asked our esteemed panel of industry thought leaders for their reactions to Google’s stock price surpassing $1,000 a share. They responded as follows: “Google is a revenue freight-train, which I pointed out in a blog predicting this could easily happen back in July. For all the questions about ... more...

The AdWords Trap: Emerging Cottage Industry Helps SMBs Maximize PPC Performance

Written on
October 14th 2013
Author
Richard L. Tso

ADOTAS – Google AdWords means big business for the millions of companies using the popular pay-per-click service, and there is a critical need to keep accounts current and operational to drive valuable web traffic back to online sites. For marketers looking to create demand in the global marketplace, AdWords has ... more...

Today’s Burning Question: Simplifying Facebook Ads

Written on
June 7th 2013
Author
Mike Daly

ADOTAS – Today we solicited responses from industry leaders to the following Burning Question: ”What do you think of Facebook’s decision to simplify its ad-buying process by eliminating half of its 27 ad units?” Here’s how they responded: “We are very excited about Facebook’s announcement today. By simplifying their ad products, Facebook is making the ‘Path ... more...

Google Affiliate Network Retiring: Not That Big a Deal

Written on
April 26th 2013
Author
Kyle Gale

ADOTAS — The recent news of Google Affiliate Network’s retirement comes as little surprise for many in the performance marketing space. GAN wasn’t a Google ad brainchild like AdWords — it was just a small part of the $3.1B DoubleClick acquisition — and more recent Google-developed performance products (Product Listing ... more...

Enhanced Campaigns Spring Cleaning: Just Get it Over With

Written on
April 19th 2013
Author
Ranil Wiratunga

ADOTAS – This year Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring. Perhaps it’s no coincidence that weeks later Google announced significant changes to AdWords with Enhanced Campaigns, meant to help marketers advertise their brands, services, and products across multiple devices and geographies without having to manage and maintain several AdWords campaigns. After ... more...