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What’s new with the Google AMP Project? When the AMP Project was announced, Google hinted at a future iteration which would involve eCommerce solutions, and that time has come. As of August 22, 2016, the framework is now suitable to build aspects of eCommerce sites – specifically category and product pages.
A six year veteran of Seer, Francis was promoted to Director of PPC in April 2016. Starting in our Philly office, Francis moved out to our San Diego office last year to help grow the team and enjoy the weather. He’s probably too modest to share this, but Francis has an incredible eye for strategy and has been helping to grow our PPC division since his first day.
Plucked away from “The Burgh” to the cooler side of the state, Sayf Sharif joined us in February 2016 as the Director of Analytics and immediately picked up in the ever present Flyers vs. Penguins office rivalry. A comic book aficionado that has developed his own algorithm on what makes a good comic book movie, Sayf has quickly furthered not only our Analytics division, but o ...
On Feb 18th, Google began to roll out changes to the SERP, resulting in the elimination of right side ads. We shared our initial thoughts on the implications this would have for paid search right after the change occurred. Though our initial projections ...
This post is co-authored by Bill Gardner and Austin Frakt. In PoliticoMagazine, Sarah Varney details the consequences of Mississippi’s rejection of the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA’s) Medicaid expansion. The background is that it is hard to find a list of state public health or well being indicators where Mississippi doesn’t rank last: Life expectancy. Per capita income. Children’s literacy.