Google Display Network

  • 60% Better CTR With Google DSK Campaigns & Other Real World Results

    … December 22, 2016 Years ago Google introduced a product that paired low-funnel high-intent sites with contextual keywords. This GDN product was retired, only to be re-released this year in the form of beta, DSK Campaigns. What is Google offering in this campaign type? DSK stands for Display Select Keywords, meaning you only target the most…

    Carrie Albright/ PPC Heroin Google- 14 readers -
  • A 10-minute account audit to prevent SEM fires during the holidays

    … without saying that if you get more granular with the keywords in your ad groups, you should also be able to tailor your bidding to good effect. 3) Run a placement report over the last 60-90 days and add negatives If you’re running Google Display Network campaigns, the Placement Report is the GDN version of a search query report. Look for poor…

    Search Engine Watchin Paid Search- 16 readers -
  • Mobile paid search has increased by 134% since last year: stats

    There has been an increase of 20% in the YoY growth of Google search ad spending in Q3 2016, while paid search mobile phone spend has increased by 134% from the past year. This is according to Merkle’s Q3 Digital Marketing Report, which covers the latest trends in paid search, social media, display, and organic search.

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  • Google’s Responsive Display Ads Pack A Punch

    … September 29, 2016 Google recently launched a responsive ad format for the Display Network. Introduced in the same month Expanded Text Ads (ETAs) were rolled out to the public, this new feature has been battling for attention. I’ve decided to take a crack at Responsive Display Ads and show you why they are true champs. Time for the training…

    PPC Heroin Paid Search- 12 readers -
  • Reach The Right Users With Gmail Ads

    … of our advertising. That is also why we look to have coverage on every network and to test every campaign type, which leads me to Gmail Ads. The Basics Gmail Ads are part of the Google Display Network and are simply collapsed ads within a user’s Gmail account that appear at the top of the Promotions tab. They can easily be confused for a regular email…

    PPC Hero- 9 readers -
  • How Should You Use Display Advertising?

    …” – this is a prime example of Native advertising. How Do Clients Use Display Advertising? You may associate Display advertising with remarketing. Though you are correct, the Display Network offers so much more. Having become more sophisticated since it’s conception, advertisers can serve up ads based on the content of a website (contextually), or behavior…

    PPC Hero- 10 readers -
  • Eight tips for getting the most from a modest PPC budget

    … Has this ever happened to you? You acquire a new PPC account that’s in a notoriously expensive sector to advertise in. You have plans. Big plans and you’re going to “wow” the new team with grand ideas while visions of industry domination dance in your head. And then comes the reality check: They don’t have the budget. For a moment, your team…

    Pauline Jakober/ Search Engine Watch- 9 readers -
  • Five tips for low-risk Google Display Network testing

    … So you’re a small or medium-sized business (SMB) and you’ve already hit a cap on how far you can go with search engine marketing and remarketing. You want to continue to scale and are considering doing it via Google Display Network (GDN), but you’re aware of the possible drawback: a lot of wasted spend on poor quality, low-intent traffic…

    Search Engine Watchin Google- 10 readers -
  • Finding your audience with Google display and video ads

    … on the things that matter to them using insights from millions of websites and apps on the Google Display Network and billions of daily video views on YouTube. Whether you’re a business looking to build your brand or drive sales, we can help you deliver relevant messages to people at each stage of the path to purchase. Here’s how businesses can…

    Rob Newton/ Inside AdWordsin Google- 13 readers -
  • The Google Display Network ups its commitment to viewability

    … For years, brand advertisers have been looking for ways to ensure their online ads are seen. This can be difficult — 56% of all display ads and 46% of all video ads aren’t viewable because they’re below the fold, scrolled out of view, or in a background tab. For several years, we’ve been working to help advertisers address this challenge and today…

    Rob Newton/ Inside AdWordsin Google- 12 readers -
  • Enhancing the Google Display Network with new innovations

    … person at the right time. The Google Display Network (GDN) brings this sophisticated technology to all advertisers so you can be there in the moments that matter the most for your brand. Today we’re introducing several tools that further enhance what the GDN offers for display advertisers. More transparency: take action with AdWords audience insights…

    Rob Newton/ Inside AdWordsin Google- 25 readers -
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