Tag Archives: Search Engine Marketing

3 Key Changes That Will Impact Your Paid Search Strategy in 2019

To look forward, we must often look back. In 2018 we witnessed Google Ads take arguably its largest step towards a fully automated future. While many of the changes introduced may not be immediately embraced or even adopted, they provide key insights into what can be expected going forward. Understanding and preparing for the future […]

Multi-Touch Attribution: What’s the Real Value of Branded SEM?

Savvy clients are always asking us questions like, “What’s the real value of branded SEM? How do I know I’m not just paying for clicks I’d get organically anyway?” These questions have been around for a long time, but improvements in multi-touch attribution technology are more recently beginning to provide better answers. Fundamentally, there are […]

Here’s Why Google’s Latest Mobile Update Will Be Great For Business

Today everyone has the internet in their pocket, but the mobile web is at odds with what users do on the web, which is search and browse. Brands should be keeping up with this user behaviour, however many haven’t been and have faced negatives changes in their performance. People bounce. If the page doesn’t load within […]

Why Google’s New Customer Match is Great News for B2B Marketers

For more than a decade, paid search has been a go-to channel for digital marketers. It’s not hard to understand why. It’s measurable and accountable. It plays right at the bottom of the funnel where the action happens. It’s flexible and scalable. Last but not least, when executed with even a moderate degree of expertise, it almost […]

“Don’t Be Stupid!”–Words Of Advice From Avinash Kaushik

Among the standing room only crowd at the SES conference in Toronto last week, Avinash Kaushik, the Google Marketing Evangelist spoke about the things that annoy users and keep businesses from maximising their online results. There were two points that really stood out. “The obsession businesses have with ranking is stupid,” he said. The primary goal […]