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Similar Audiences for Search are now available in AdWords

Similar Audiences for Search are now available in AdWords

After Remarketing Lists for Search Ads (RLSA), Customer Match and demographic targeting, AdWords has now launched Similar Audiences for Search (SAS), which are a powerful way to reach new and qualified users who have a shared interest with one of our existing audiences.

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Google relinquishes ‘last look’ auction privilege

Google relinquishes ‘last look’ auction privilege

Google has announced that it’s going to be altering its auction process to no longer favour its own bids over other exchanges. As a result, it has relinquished the ‘last look’ privilege that it previously held through the DoubleClick AdExchange, which allowed Google to bid on every impression, resulting in it having the ability to outbid other buyers in auctions.

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Creating a brand safe environment for your ads

Creating a brand safe environment for your ads

Google was recently summoned by ministers as the government pulled ads over extremist content. It isn’t unheard of to see ads up against ‘inappropriate content’, which can be anything from adult content to violent or racial propaganda. But how can we control the internet? The simple answer is, we can’t – but what we can do is try mitigate the problem through our processes.

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The death of exact match?

The death of exact match?

Ok, I might've chosen a slightly dramatic headline, but it’s certainly not the exact match we had when I first started in search all those years ago. For those who haven’t heard the news, Google announced on Friday that it’s ‘expanding close variant matching to include additional rewording and reordering for exact match keywords’.

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Make your organic listing more effective in four easy steps

Make your organic listing more effective in four easy steps

Compelling, visually appealing listings are an area that often get overlooked in the never-ending quest for the top rankings. Fact is, it’s important that digital marketers focus on engagement and click-through rates (CTR) a little bit more as, at the end of the day, no matter how much you improve your ranking, if your listing isn’t compelling, it’s all in vain.

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Autocomplete suggestions could mark a revival of black-hat SEO

Autocomplete suggestions could mark a revival of black-hat SEO

The past few months have seen a good deal of negative press thrown towards Facebook. To begin with, its decision to dissolve its team of ‘human editors’ that controlled the Trending widget in favour of an automated algorithm drew some ire, and now this has only been exacerbated by allegations of ‘fake news’ over the course of the US presidential election.

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Getting Your Shopping Campaigns Right For Christmas

Getting Your Shopping Campaigns Right For Christmas

Google Shopping has experienced rapid growth over the last few years, seeing the channel establish itself as the predominant revenue driver for many retailers. The holiday period – which actually begins a lot earlier than you would assume, with 48% of holiday shoppers admitting that they did the majority of their shopping on or before Black Friday - places a strong emphasis on preparing a foolproof plan for Shopping campaigns.

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