Jul 23, 2019, 14:09 PM
by Kevin Kennedy
Pay-per-click ads is one of the most effective strategies for online marketing. Not only can your ads reach a broad audience, but they are cost-effective too. But the results aren't immediate. There's definitely some planning that's needed. If you want to see results from your advertisements, you need to create an effective PPC strategy. We're here to help you start up the right way. Here's the beginner's guide to creating a PPC strategy.
Apr 4, 2019, 16:13 PM
by Stephanie Hooper
What are Google Local Services Ads and how do they work?
Google local services is a pay-per-lead advertising platform that Google has started pushing out in different locations across the United States. Once a company has passed Google’s screening process, consumers hiring a Google Guaranteed Business through the Google Local Services Ad receive a satisfaction guarantee backed by Google.
Jun 8, 2018, 12:22 PM
by Brett Barney
Understanding status codes is a fundamental tool of SEO. To produce a webpage your chosen browser sends a request to a server, the server then responds to the request with a three digit “HTTP Status Code”. Learn webpage status and error codes in this post.
Mar 23, 2016, 15:43 PM
by Michael Hodgdon
Google Adwords is undoubtedly a great way to maximize Return on Investment (ROI) online. Advertisers and marketers do not have ...
May 25, 2012, 07:45 AM
by Andy Meng
One of the most annoying problems with Google Analytics is that straight out of the box, it does not properly share data with AdWords. You'd think that since both Analytics and AdWrods are Google products, they'd "talk to each" other and pass data freely back and forth, but that's actually not the case.
May 18, 2012, 15:15 PM
by Mike Tortorice
Did you know: Google is the most popular website on planet earth? According to ComScore, more than 1 BILLION people use Google's search engine every month. You, as a business owner, should be advertising in at least some form on Google. Most businesses can't afford not to. It's more than likely that your potential customers are using Google to search for the products and services that you sell, and if they're not finding you online... they're probably finding your competitors.