The summer is here, but what should that mean for your wardrobe? Wearing good clothes makes us all feel better and if they go with the trend than that is just the icing on the cake. But what exactly is in trend for this season is the million-dollar question. Surely you would want to keep up with the trend but nobody likes it if it burns a hole in their pocket. Luckily, this summer marks the return of old classics like the leather sandals or the denim, but there’s also a ton of new trends to try on! So whether you are the easy-going dresser or someone who wants to tackle movie stars when it comes to trends, read on and find the best fashion trends this summer for both men and women. Latest Fashion Trends For Men’s: 1. Printed Shirts: Summers are supposed to fun and your clothes should reflect that. And boring shirts just don’t match the vibes. So, it’s the season for shirts to get a whole lot interesting with prints. You can choose whatever print you like from … [Read more...] about Unable to Manage Debts? How to Take the Right Financial Decisions?
Google is rolling out a dramatic change that removes ads from the right side of its desktop search results, and places ads only at the top and/or bottom of the page. At the same time, the company says it may show an additional ad — four, not three — above the search results for what it calls “highly commercial queries.” All of this represents the conclusion of a test that began all the way back in 2010, and has been tweaked over the years since then. Search Engine Land readers — particularly some outside the U.S. — notified us late last year that they were seeing the top-only ads more frequently. A Google spokesperson has confirmed to Search Engine Land that the change is now rolling out to all searches in all languages worldwide. Ads will not appear on the right side of desktop search results, with two exceptions: Product Listing Ad (PLA) boxes, which show either above or to the right of search results ads in the Knowledge Panel The additional … [Read more...] about Google To Stop Showing Ads On Right Side Of Desktop Search Results Worldwide
Did you hear the news? Google is changing the way search ads will appear in results pages. As Search Engine Land reported, most of the search ads appearing in the right rail will be going away or changing. Any change in how search ads appear will have an effect on performance, but there’s no reason to panic. 1. If You Don’t Like It, Wait 5 Minutes And It’ll Change Search results change all the time. This particular change has been in the works for awhile, and it’s likely (if you are already managing search campaigns) you have begun to see the changes take effect in major categories. If you haven’t been structuring ads to include third-party reviews and site links, now would be a good time to get started. While Google may include three or four ads the top of the page, the main body of a search result already includes the additional links. These additions can effectively multiply a single search ad by a factor of four or five. What this means is that we … [Read more...] about 3 Reasons Not To Overreact About Losing Google Ads In The Right Rail
As we reported over the weekend, Google has removed all PPC ads from the right-hand side of the search engine results page with immediate global effect. There’s been a great deal of speculation on what this means for businesses, advertisers and users alike, with many postulating that the top-of-the-page paid search is going to become even more cutthroat (and expensive), organic listings will be pushed even further off the first SERP (Google will start to show four ads at the top instead of three for “highly commercial” search terms) and that Product Listing Ads will gradually take over the SERP (PLAs are still allowed on the right-hand side). The change has already happened. Here’s a search for ‘london hotel’ carried out two days ago… And here is the same search today… There are now four paid search results at the top, with nothing on the right. It looks oddly blank now, and worryingly the entire above the fold space is entirely … [Read more...] about Google kills Right Hand Side Ads: what does this mean for marketers and users?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Bing Network. All opinions are 100% mine. I’ve always been fascinated by the constant evolution of search. It scares me to accept that I’ve never been able to get the full grasp of these changes. I couldn’t sit still. My career was built on writing and consulting about SEM. I should be prepared for the future. I should know what’s coming next. But, I don’t. The future of search has me in a constant spin cycle. Do you feel this way? Bing has 133 million monthly searches. Google hit over 100 billion. That’s a lot to take in. The good news is this hasn’t stopped me (or others!) from digging into these changes. This past year working at SEJ has allowed me to explore new strategies to help explain the future of SEM. I discovered that I’ve been looking at the future of search all wrong. And, I think a lot of us have. What is the Future of Search? I’ve worked on over 100+ SEM clients. The … [Read more...] about Search Marketing Is The Future, Right?