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Google Updates Its Ads Policy For Inappropriate Content To Include ‘Public Health Emergency’

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Google Ads update its Inappropriate content policy, taking aim at keywords around sensitive events, price gouging and more. On March 31 and effective immediately, the update doesn't specifically mention coronavirus, but the change is obviously aimed at preventing advertisers from making the attempt to capitalize on the outbreak. Earlier this [...]

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Dawn Anderson On Google BERT And What Comes Next

Dawn Anderson authored the comprehensive deep dives on Google BERT, and now, Barry Schwartz was able to speak with her to talk about the topic. She talks about what Google BERT is, what could change with Google BERT in the future, how SEOS could leverage BERT for their own purposes and how Bing and Google [...]

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Google Ads Ends Monthly Campaign Budget Test

It seems that Google has stopped its short-lived test of monthly ad budgets. According to to a screenshot of the notice that Gianpaolo Lorusso of AdWorld Experience tweeted, Advertisers that had access are now being notified. Advertisers were told, “Monthly budgeting will no longer be available as of April 2020. Your campaign budgets will automatically switch [...]

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Google Pledges $340 Million In Google Ads Credits For SMBs

An update by Google has been released on March 27 in an effort to provide support for businesses, health workers and organizations as well as governments during the coronavirus pandemic. The company committed over $800 million to small and medium-sized businesses, which equates to $340 per business. According to Google, eligible advertisers will get notifications [...]

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Kevin Doory On Difference Between Traditional SEO And Local SEO

Kevin Doory, who works at AutoRevo as the director of SEO, spoke with Barry Schwartz in this video. Kevin said how he feels that local SEO is more challenging than traditional SEO. You have all the complexities with traditional SEO, as well local SEO factors like proximity, reviews, and more. They briefly talked about Google November local [...]

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Hamlet Batista On Scaling And Automating SEO With Code

Barry Schwartz and and Hamlet Batista, the CEO of RankSense, sat own and chatted about using technology to help automate, scale and streamline your daily work. During their conversation, the two talked about how to scale your SEO through technologies. It can help you take on more SEO work, while automating some of the repetitive [...]

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Max Prin On Technical SEO Tools And PWAs

Barry Schwartz and the head of technical SEO at Merkle, Max Prin, spoke about some of the new free tools he helped to build at Max said that he benefits from building out the tools because it helps him understand how search engines work. The two talked about PWAs and how he likes the [...]

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Martha Van Berkel Talks About Structured Data

Martha van Berkel runs a company named Schema App and is a schema and structured data maven. In a video interview between Martha and Barry Schwartz, they spoke about that topic. The two spoke about the growth of structured data adaption and how much Google is relying on the markup these days. Not only that, they talked [...]

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