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What is an attribution model? According to Google, the attribution model is the rule or set of rules that determine how the credit for a sale or conversion is assigned to the touchpoint throughout the consumer journey. A consumer journey is never as linear as shown in the old consumer journey funnel below.  These days consumers have a lot more choices/platforms available at their fingertips for research. Chances are, most consumers will do their research from multiple channels such...

What are negative keywords? Negative keywords are a very basic yet essential tool for controlling the positioning and spending in the digital landscape. They allow us to remove any keywords that we do not wish to appear for or that may not resemble & represent our product/service. Let’s take the example of a phone reseller, let’s say you sell all the major brands apart from Nokia. In that case, it would make sense that you do not want your...

For the uninitiated, a conversion is a process of changing users action via an ad (text, video or image) and converting them in a manner that provides value to your business (online purchase, fill in the contact form, calls from mobile phones). For a more in-depth insight on conversion tracking follow our blogs written by Rebecca page. Splitting Out Conversion Actions Google has been seen splitting out conversions actions for more granular control as seen in the image...

The new location targeting update option is aimed at reaching commuters Google has quietly been rolling out a new location targeting update over the past few days. Initially spotted in display campaigns, the updates are now included with search and shopping campaigns too. So what exactly is changing? Aimed at reaching commuters, the ‘People in your targeted location’ option has been changed to ‘People in or regularly in your targeted location’. With this change, a commuter who is often in...

You may have noticed the Google results looking a little differently lately, and this is all down to the new search redesign update that Google rolled out towards the end of May. This new update is intended to make the search results more concise and easier to read while making it easier to determine which results are the most relevant and helpful to you. For the world of advertising this means that Google text ads have a fresh...

Google Ad Extensions help to increase ad rank and click through rate of your website. These allow you to add more content to your ad, giving you more space on the search results page and give people additional ways of reaching you. There are a variety of Ad Extensions that you can use. Sitelink Extensions These are clickable words that link to specific pages. They can appear in two ways - simple wording or with descriptions....

Improving quality score and optimising your Ad account structure are some of the things regularly said to help your PPC campaign, but what people often miss is that great content can help improve your ad campaign. This relationship also works both ways, not only does great content help your Google Ads campaign, but you can also drive traffic to your content through other Paid Search channels such as Facebook Ads. How Does Content Help PPC? ...

Google have recently announced that they will be making various changes to the Google Seller Ratings. This is a feature that you can get on Google PPC Ads. Google Seller ratings are rating displayed to your customers on your search result, enabling them to find businesses that offer quality services. Seller Ratings Changes Come early October, Google will begin displaying your businesses seller rating on a country basis, helping to make it more localised for customers within your country....

Natural language search, or conversational search, is search carried out in everyday language, phrasing questions as you would ask them if you were talking to someone or seeking advice. These queries can be typed into a search engine, spoken aloud with voice search, or a digital assistant like Siri. Natural language and keyword based searches are different. A keyword-based search query for that information might be “Eiffel Tower height”. But if you were searching using natural...

Building a keyword list is vital to aid your PPC campaign, as it will ensure that your ads are shown to the right customers. This is because keywords should match the terms that your potential customers are searching for, to find your products and services. Not sure where to start with a keyword list? Below are some pointers on building a powerful keyword list. Think Like a Customer A great way to start is by writing...