In these two latest weeks Google decided to give a big refresh to its Adwords platform.
In fact you can read many topics on the web that talks about the addition of a new Adwords Keyword Tool platform, called Keyword Planner, that in a few months will completely substitute the beloved classical tool.
The next thing is Google has finally decided to switch all the actual Adwords accounts to the “enhanced campaigns”, a module you could have tried yet. Well, how you don’t have any more chance than using that one…
Last thing, inside the 5 resources I suggest you to read, you will find some awesome tips for Adwords newbies, and a cool guide for small businesses that are constricted to deal with this advertising portal.
I remember when I first started using Google Adwords back in early 2006. There wasn’t a whole lot really to understand. At least for me, looking back on it now, it was pretty damn simple. These days, that’s hardly the case.
Yep, the ole final decision will be brought upon the Adwords Advertising world on July 22, 2013. It doesn’t matter if it’s a personal account, client account, Agency Account.I got the email below today…
Learn how small businesses can take advantage of Google AdWords advertising to drive leads and sales in this small business strategy guide.
Through the years of working with AdWords, I’ve experienced many different scenarios and worked in many different environments. It’s funny how sometimes…
By constantly optimizing its products, Google proves to stay up-to-date on tech trends. The most recent update? Google AdWords‘ new Keyword Planner. Here.
Thanks so much and see you soon,
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