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Why Updating Your Messaging Is The Best Strategy Right Now

The COVID-19 has created shadows over all interactions, such as communications between businesses and customers. Brands will have to adapt their messaging and their offerings to turn this economic downturn into an opportunity to serve their audiences. During Search Engine Land's PPC for B2B session, Brad Geddes of AdAlysis and Michelle MOrgan of Clix [...]

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Google Q1 Earnings Offer Hope Ad Slump Won’t Be As Bad As Some Expect

On April 29, Google reported Q1 earnings, which beat analysts' revenue expectations that were partially moderated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Google announced $41.16 billion in revenue compared with the $40.3 billion expected. Ruth Porat, the CFO of Google's parent company, Alphabet said “Performance was strong during the first two months of the quarter, but then in [...]

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Microsoft Advertising Adds Cookie-Based Experiment Option

According to an announcement by Microsoft, cookie-based experiments are currently available on Microsoft Advertising. If you select this option, you will only be shown ads from either your experiment or original campaign when they search. The “Create an experiment” page with the new cookie-based split option. With experiments, you can create a duplicate of a campaign [...]

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New Free Version Of Google Shopping Rolling Out Now

The free version of Google Shopping is now being rolled out. According to a Google spokesperson has confirmed that this has starting rolling out. It doesn't mean that it's fully rolled out yet or that all US searchers would immediately see it, but it should be good to go by next week. There are some [...]

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Ari Nahmani On Local SEO And E-Commerce In Google Search

During a vacation to Isreal, Barry Schwartz got to talk to Ari Nahmani from Kahena. They spoke about two topics; hyperlocal SEO and managing e-commerce in Google search. From the local SEO perspective, Ari explained how local SEO can be more complex than the regular SEO due to the factor of proximity, as well as [...]

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Google Postpones Google Partners Program Changes Slated For June

Back in February, a number of sweeping changes was announced by Google to the requirements for agencies to qualify for the Google Partners badging and certification program. Originally, the requirements were supposed to take effect in June, but due to the issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic and shelter in place orders, Google has decided [...]

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Google Pushes Out Google Ads API v1 Sunset Date

Google has decided to postpone the retirement of the Googles Ads API v1, which will give developers more flexibility around updates that require changes to their AdWords API and Google Ads API code. With this postponement, developers will have more time to migrate to the second version of the API. Now, the first version of [...]

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