Tip #1: Use video meetings as often as possible How often do you communicate with the other folks on your immediate team? Through what mediums do you most communicate? At Seer, our teams typically consist of seven Account Managers/Associates and one Team Lead. Each team member has a formal 1:1 check in at least once every two weeks with their Team Lead, but there are numerous small check ins and pulse checks in between. Even for quick chats, we always do our best to default to video meetings with our Team Lead over Google chats, email, phone calls, or any other medium through which we could possibly communicate. … [Read more...] about Five Tips for Working With or Managing Remote Teams
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In the past nine months, I’m seeing that average CPC has fallen 9%. While more advertisers are opted into mobile today, this upwards pressure on CPC could be mitigated by an increasing share of lower prices for mobile clicks driving the overall average down, or because ad inventory is increasing faster than demand, or increasing Quality Scores (which leads to lower CPCs), or other reasons. … [Read more...] about New Data Suggest AdWords Enhanced Campaigns Actually Work
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