Google.com – the data is shown right under the search textbox Google Search Console – the data is shown in the Search Analytics page Google Analytics – data shown in the Organic and Search Engine Optimization -> Queries pages Google Trends – data shown in the queries widget Google Keyword Planner – data shown in a new column Google Search – data shown under main keyword as well as related searches YouTube – data shown under the searchbox Amazon – data shown under the searchbox eBay – data shown under the searchbox Etsy – data shown under the searchbox UberSuggest – data shown alongside keywords in this awesome keyword suggestion tool AnswerThePublic.com – data shown in popup on each spoke of the wheel, data also shown in the alphabetic listings Soovle.com – data shown next to each keyword all over the page KeywordShitter.com – data shown under the main text area next to keywords Majestic – … [Read more...] about The Best Chrome Extensions for SEOs and AdWords Professionals
Linking AdWords to Google Search Console A link between these accounts provides broader search data to AdWords, allowing marketers to compare the relationship between organic and paid search efforts. Stephen wrote a nice overview here on how to use the Paid & Organic Report. … [Read more...] about Linking AdWords to Google Analytics & Search Console
What you put into that space will be a big indicator of how enticing your ad text is — big blue headlines are more prominent than your description text. The content and quality of your headlines matters and will determine how well your ads perform. … [Read more...] about So we have 45 more characters in AdWords text ads… Now what?
Why now? Jerry Dischler, who leads product management for AdWords, told Search Engine Land on Monday that before instituting Enhanced Campaigns, Google saw the fast growth in mobile search behavior happening, but the typical advertiser wasn’t ready to act on this shift. Now, Dischler says, advertisers are coming to Google saying, “We want to start on mobile and have more opportunities for mobile-first initiatives.” … [Read more...] about Google AdWords to break up tablet & desktop and enable a mobile base bid
The Biggest AdWords Apocalypse That Never Happened? Ever since Google announced Enhanced Campaigns back in February, search marketers have been moaning and groaning about the loss of control. Search marketing pundits were tripping over themselves making doomsday predictions about how Enhanced Campaigns were nothing more than a big conspiracy theory to drive up average cost per click (CPC). … [Read more...] about New Data Suggest AdWords Enhanced Campaigns Actually Work