Here is an email I got from Google the other day. I think these codes only work for businesses in the UK and Ireland, but help yourselves to the codes below if you qualify! :- After your new clients spend £25 on AdWords, they can enjoy £75 advertising credit on Google. Here’s how to claim your promotional credits: 1. Create an account for your new client. 2. Enter their billing details. 3. Click on the “Billing Preferences” tab. 4. Enter a promotional code when prompted. This promotion is a great reason for new clients to try AdWords, so keep it in mind when pitching for new business. Some terms and conditions do apply, but we’ve kept them short. Also, when Partners becomes active, you’ll need to transfer your AdWords certifications and exam history to your new account – simply log in using your Google Certified Partners email. You have to…
Can this be done? If you are using CPA bidding, on the face of it, it looks like you can. Not so long ago, for campaigns using CPA bidding, when you clicked on Settings, Devices or Settings, Locations, the bid adjustment column would not allow you to make any changes at all. This changed a while back, to allow you to enter bid increases or decreases in this column, which seemed pretty neat. The one small caveat with this is that CPA bidding will *completely* ignore bid adjustments apart from “-100%” for mobile devices. So, unfortunately, if you have a CPA campaign that is working well, but would like to bid less for mobile devices or locations, then you will have to create a new CPC campaign. This is not such a problem when it comes to mobile devices as in my experience CPA bidding does a pretty good job…
You have to set up a new account and spend £25 within 31 days to qualify for the £75 worth of free clicks. Click on the following link for details on how to get other AdWords / PPC coupons:- PPC Vouchers / Coupons. Voucher image courtesy of photos-for-you.com
I upgraded my old AMD Athlon II to and AMD Athlon IIX3 (Don’t laugh, those of you with state of the art processors). The Windows experience index says that the speed of the CPU increased from 6.3 to 6.9. Anyone who has used AdWords Editor for big accounts knows that it can be sluggish. So what difference does the faster processor make? In an account with just over 110,000 keywords – adjusting all the bids by a percentage at keyword level with the old CPU took 85 seconds. With the new CPU, 70 seconds. So, with the older processor, big operations in AdWords Editor are about 21% slower. During the bid updates, there was also a lot of disk activity, so I assume for smaller accounts / operations the speed difference should be even more noticeable (though if someone put the same processor back in my PC and told me…
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Just got this email form someone at Google… We currently have an exclusive offer for new accounts which has started today. All you need to do is fulfil the criteria below: * You must make aware your client manager (Myself) off any new accounts coming on board and make sure that I am linked to the account before it goes live. * Account must have been created under 14 days ago. With accounts which are on invoicing I can work around this 14 day rule as long as I am linked to the account before it goes live. * £300 must be spent within 31 days of Voucher being applied. Again with accounts on Invoicing as soon as they are in my MCC I begin to track whether they do reach this amount (£300) in the specified time (30 days) * Voucher must be applied by 30th September 2013 to be…
I noticed this for the first time on google.co.uk today… There was even a pop-up alerting me to the fact (though I can’t get that to reappear now). Has this been done to avoid potential lawsuits from competitors? I’m not sure.
The PPC Vouchers page has been updated. Have a look and see how much you are eligible for from Google and Bing.
You can create different video ads with different ad text for ‘in-search’ video ads, but strangely, you can only run one call to action for ‘in-stream’ ads. It is possible to upload the same video twice to a YouTube account, and have two separate in-stream ads pointing to the two separate (identical) videos and have a different call to action overlay for each video, but this is not recommended by Google. See email below:- Thanks for contacting us. I completely understand your concern. Let me assist. Your question about having two call to action overlays, this is currently not possible. Although this is a great way to test, this functionality is not available at the moment. You are right in saying that for video ads, you can create two separate ads with different ad text which point to the same video, however, for in stream video ads, you can only…
When you opt to include ‘plurals, misspellings and other close variants’ in your campaign settings, this is also supposed to apply to negative keywords as well as your (positive) keywords. Just be aware that this is not perfect, and if you get a lot of traffic and/or pay a lot for each click then it is worth explicitly adding misspellings for your negative keywords. Here are just a couple of recent examples:- -manchester got a click from someone who had included “manchaster” in their search. -unfinished got a click from someone who had included “unfionished” in their search. To mind, it is pretty obvious to anyone that the ads should not have shown for these search terms. NB – I bet you a lot of money that Google are better at picking up misspellings for your (positive) keywords than your negative ones, but I haven’t gathered evidence for this, and…