Tag Archives: Google

Internet Marketing

Katie L Fetting //  27 Feb, 2012

SNEAK PEEK: Ian Lurie to Present Data-Driven Content Strategies at Tomorrow’s SEOMoz PRO Webinar

Friends, SEOmans, eMad Men— LEND IAN YOUR EARS. Tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. (PST), Ian Lurie, CEO and Webfather of Portent, Inc., will give an exclusive webinar at SEOmoz.  His free-to-all-comers presentation “Data-Driven Content” will illuminate, educate, inform and otherwise rock your search marketing world.  (We hope.) Topics Ian will cover include: Why great content is… Read More

Social Media

Doug Antkowiak //  3 Feb, 2012

Why Aren’t More People Talking About Google+ Direct Connect?

When I brought up Google+ Direct Connect with Ian, he already knew that Google+ will build your search traffic, but when it came to authenticating a Google+ page, he didn’t really know what I was talking about. In a nutshell, Google+ Direct Connect allows users the ability to discover a Google+ page by adding the… Read More

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Doug Antkowiak //  13 Jan, 2012

How to Add Multiple Administrators to Google Plus Pages

In late December, Google announced the ability to delegate up to 50 named managers as administrators for a Google+ page, yet Google forgot to tell us one little secret. How the hell do you grant admin access to multiple users? If you’ve already created your Google+ page, use this simple tutorial to help others join… Read More

PPC

Elizabeth Marsten //  17 Mar, 2011

Google Product Feed Updates & Rich Snippets

Technically this information isn’t strictly PPC, but it sure affects you if you are running or using a product feed for things like Product Extension Ads or Product Listing Ads and the feed suddenly disappears, disabling all your precious AdWords attributes and rendering the Auto Targets tab useless. Tragic, right? So here is a breakdown… Read More

PPC

Josh Patrice //  23 Apr, 2010

5 Strategies to Pass the Google Exam

The Google AdWords Exam is actually kinda tough. A lot of people fail it, and studying for the test takes awhile. Here’s 5 tips to make studying for the Google Exam easier.

PPC

Elizabeth Marsten //  18 Jun, 2009

AdWords Bid Simulator Update

As we all already know Google AdWords has beta testing the AdWords Bid Simulator feature since late May/early June. So what’s new since then? I’ll show you: Previous screenshots of the new feature have not included this Cost versus Clicks graph, which gives you a nice visual on how your estimated stats will look like… Read More

SEO

Tom Schmitz //  11 Jun, 2009

Nofollow frenzy: Google Makes Major Policy Reversal on PageRank Sculpting

On June 2, 2009 Google reversed itself when it announced that the nofollow attribute (rel=”nofollow”) can no longer be used to redirect PageRank. Google’s Matt Cutts stated that nofollow tags would now evaporate PageRank. This is a major policy change by Google’s, one that impact advanced search engine optimization. I want to discuss What is… Read More

PPC

Elizabeth Marsten //  13 Oct, 2008

More Revenue for Google with First Page Bids

Since the latest Quality Score update, one of the new features was doing away with the “inactive” classification for keywords whose maximum cpc was below that of Google’s set minimum bid. Instead we have the “first page bid” qualifier which will label keywords with a maximum cpc too low to appear on the first page… Read More

SEO

Tom Schmitz //  27 Jul, 2008

Google Updates Visible Toolbar PageRank

Google just updated their Toolbar PageRank, also known as the little green bar. Once again I am seeing a lot of web sites losing PageRank, so I want to re-share what I have counseled people in the past. If your rankings and traffic have not recently fallen, do not worry about your diminished PageRank. Visible… Read More

PPC

Elizabeth Marsten //  5 May, 2008

Google Leaks AdWords Quality Score

Much like the mystery of the Big Mac’s secret sauce and Colonel Sanders 11 herbs and spices, we’ve all speculated what exactly makes up the closely guarded formula that determines Google’s PPC Quality Score. What are all the factors? How much weight does each factors carry? How can I exploit this to my advantage?! Last… Read More