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See All Of The New Google AdWords Updates On One Web Page

Google has announced that they have created a new web page that shows all the latest updates by month, in chronological order.  They did this so that advertisers can stay on top of the latest updates and features they release to Google AdWords. The page can be found here, and it basically is a release notes page.  This [...]

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Keep Your AdWords Scripts Maintainable With These 3 Tips

If you're an avid AdWords user, there's a good chance that you have managed to collect a large number of AdWords scripts along the way.  Unfortunately though, with all the scripts at your disposal, it can be hard to organize all of them.  Overall, it may be like a bookshelf that has books all over [...]

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Bing Upgrades Their Look That Feels Familiar

Next week is going to be interesting for Bing, for that is when they will be unveiling a new look that will begin showing up in the web interface for all to see.  Of course, this is all according to design. The Bing team has realized that many an online marketer uses not only their [...]

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New Google AdWords PLA Test Groups Products By Price

Testing is good, testing is great.  Testing can show us what works and what doesn't.  It all boils down to experimenting with different things and seeing what works the best.  Google does this, and they do it often.  Quite often.  But this isn't a bad thing.  I would much rather see Google do some testing with [...]

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