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Strategic Video Marketing: How to Match Your Videos to Your Content Goals

Victor Blasco — January 6, 2019 Follow @yumyumvideos — January 6, 2019 Video marketing is insanely effective. That’s something I can say with confidence since I have the numbers to back it up. That being said, harnessing videos’ amazing potential to engage your audience and deliver your message effectively isn’t something that “just happens”. It … Continue reading Strategic Video Marketing: How to Match Your Videos to Your Content Goals

Google’s Change to Exact Match Was Big, But Was it Actually Bad? [Data]

Mark Irvine — November 20, 2018 — November 20, 2018 Last month, Google announced another major change to its keyword match types. Specifically, exact match keywords would begin to serve to search terms that are “close variants that share the same meaning of your keywords,” including synonyms, paraphrases, and results with the same implied intent. … Continue reading Google’s Change to Exact Match Was Big, But Was it Actually Bad? [Data]

How keyword match types work after the new close match variants change

Here’s a free Google Ads script that delivers a detailed report on the impact of Google’s inclusion of “same meaning” queries in exact match close variants. Frederick Vallaeys on September 13, 2018   As reported here on Search Engine Land last week, Google is in the process of further broadening the meaning of ‘exact match’ keywords. … Continue reading How keyword match types work after the new close match variants change

Expanded phrase match negatives: A script for misspellings

Can’t spell? No problem, says contributor Daniel Gilbert. Here is a script that will boost your phrase negative keyword matching by finding the ones you’re failing to catch due to misspellings. Daniel Gilbert on August 17, 2018   As paid search specialists, our strength lies in our ability to exert control over our keyword targeting. … Continue reading Expanded phrase match negatives: A script for misspellings

Why You Shouldn’t Match Your META To Google’s New Character Limits

Chris Sheehy — January 26, 2018 Follow @sidewalkbrand — January 26, 2018 This past December Google lengthened the character limits for the META title and description elements they will display for a webpage. These new changes mean Google will now display up to 70 characters (including spaces) for the title and up to 320 characters … Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Match Your META To Google’s New Character Limits

Understanding AdWords keyword match types for manufacturers

With much of AdWords’ help documentation geared towards retailers, it can be confusing for manufacturers to figure out how best to utilize the platform. This guide to match types for manufacturers from columnist Dianna Huff can help. Dianna Huff on January 16, 2018   In a previous column, I addressed the challenges paid search advertising … Continue reading Understanding AdWords keyword match types for manufacturers