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Google Shopping Engine Completes Transition to Pay per Click

From the 11th June 2013, any brands wishing to showcase their products through the Google Shopping search engine will have to pay for the privilege. Google’s latest hurdle in its bid to restructure its digital empire, marks the final step in the global transition for Google’s shopping engine to go commercial. In a bid to …

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Google Shutting Down Google Ads Advertisers Who Flout Policies

It is well known that Google regularly close Google Ads accounts where the advertiser creates adverts that break one of their strict policy rules. These can include topics such as counterfeit goods, products that are harmful or ads with misleading claims. In 2011 – 800,000 advertisers had their accounts closed. These accounted for 130 million …

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Google Ads Not Working?

…The Problem Could Lie Elsewhere! If you’ve tried Pay per Click (PPC) advertising with Google Ads (previously Google AdWords) but haven’t received the results you were hoping for, it is easy to assume that the problem is simply a case that Google Ads doesn’t work. Delete your campaigns, close your account and move on. But …

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How Does Google Ads Work?

Google Ads (previously known as Google AdWords) is a simple and effective way to increase relevant traffic to your website. A successful Google Ads campaign can increase unique visits to your website and encourage visitors to follow your ‘call to action’. This might be to purchase a product, inquire about a service or sign up to receive …

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The Difference Between Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) & Pay Per Click (PPC)

Pay per Click (PPC) can be used to drive relevant visitors to your site. It’s an excellent marketing tool for small websites, as it can be challenging to incorporate all of your key phrases into your website content. Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the process of ensuring your site receives maximum …

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Google Ads Advice

Google Ads (formerly AdWords) advice for anyone wishing to set up their own Pay Per Click (PPC) campaign. When a user searches on Google, the websites that appear at the top of the page (and sometimes at the bottom) are usually paid ads. Originally, these paid ads would also appear down the right-hand side of …

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