Pocket I read a lot on the internet so I used to have a million tabs (maybe that’s a little exaggerative) up at once while I was working to entertain myself or reference something. I hate browser bookmarks, so that’s not an option. But Pocket is my world. When you install it, you can click the little icon and save whatever page you’re on or you can right click and save it that way. You also get the option to add tags to your bookmarks so it’s easier to find them later. There’s an app as well so your account syncs between devices and everything is always up-to-date. … [Read more...] about The Best Chrome Extensions for SEOs and AdWords Professionals
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Step title: Introducing: Responsive search ads (beta) Step body: Introducing: Responsive search ads (beta) Step title: Click + Ad button Step title: Click Responsive search ad Step title: Enter the destination URL Step body: Enter the destination URL Step title: Write your first 3 headlines Step body: Write your first 3 headlines Step title: Add more headlines Step body: Add more headlines Step title: Create variations of your headlines Step body: Create variations of your headlines Step title: Add descriptions Step body: Add descriptions Step title: Preview your ad Step body: Preview your ad Step title: Guide completed Step body: Guide completed Step title: Click Ads & extensionsResponsive Search Ads revealed! Here's more info on the new elusive beta feature in @adwords: #ppcchathttps://t.co/P2p0TmVICghttps://t.co/72B6L7pyHI pic.twitter.com/o2UwOkvzIa … [Read more...] about Google AdWords Responsive Search Ads Beta?
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
This is currently an optional feature for Search and Shopping campaigns, but starting October 30, 2018, advertisers will be automatically switched over to parallel tracking for all campaign types. You can see if you have parallel tracking turned on by going to All Campaigns > Settings > Account Settings and looking under “Tracking.” … [Read more...] about Google Ads Parallel Tracking Guide
What we’re finding is 80% of the time it does better, but 20% of the time it does worse. Why? Just because I’ve given you more space, you could still come up with a crappy headline. It’s not a guarantee that a longer headline is always better. … [Read more...] about What’s New in Google AdWords? #MarketingNerds