|Forum: Google AdWords|
|Displaying Topics 281 - 320 (357 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: reverse|
|281:|| Lower AdWords CPC, in China only $0.02/Click|
"In Chinese Google AdWords, I noticed that my average CPC has been lower than before, now it is only $0.02(0.10RMB) or $0.03(0.20RMB) per click.
|Mar 28, 2005|
|282:|| Google Adwords Billing Feedback|
"...an ideal opportunity to ask for everyone's feedback on the topic of AdWords billing. I'll include a special section in next Thursday's [Google] Advertiser Feedback Report on that subject."
|Feb 21, 2005|
|283:|| Split Testing Ad Copy & Landing Pages|
Primer for understanding and implementing split testing on ad copy and landing pages.
|Feb 2, 2005|
|284:|| AdWords API Goes Beta|
The AdWords API Beta has been released in open-beta form to any and all Adwords advertisers.
|Jan 28, 2005|
|285:|| Google Working on AdWords API?|
The API is currently in beta release, and is being tested by a handful of companies.
|Jan 22, 2005|
|286:|| Jake’s 7 Steps To Identifying Click Fraud|
"..had 6000 clicks before 12:30 eastern on a term that received 61 clicks yesterday. I wanted to run down with everyone the steps we took to identify it, in case some people are curious as to how you catch it."
|Jan 14, 2005|
|287:|| The New Affiliate Policy Hits The Streets|
Long talked about - the fateful new AdWords Affiliate policy is implimented. Final effects to be determined.
|Jan 13, 2005|
|288:|| Adwords coupon with exp. date 1/31/05 says it expired when we try to use|
Shelf life comes to AdWords Coupons. Smoke 'em if you got 'em.
|Jan 11, 2005|
|289:|| It is Official : New AdWords Policy Takes On Affiliate Ads|
In what is clearly a can-o-worms du jour, Google forges bold new policy on affiliate program advertising.
|Jan 7, 2005|
|290:|| Googles New AdWords Affiliate TOS|
A WebmasterWorld exclusive.
|Jan 6, 2005|
|291:|| AdWords and Affiliate Site Changes to Be Announced Tomorrow||Jan 5, 2005|
|292:|| Google AdWords and Affiliate Summary|
Round up of the current situation with AdWords and affiliate programs.
|Jan 4, 2005|
|293:|| Using Google as a Pure PPC Engine|
" ...under the adwords ads, there is a link that leads to the next set of AdWords ONLY (no natural serps).
|Dec 27, 2004|
|294:|| Pump up the AdWords! 35 Ad Spots|
Crank up the number of results per page and Google cranks up the number of AdWords per page.
|Dec 22, 2004|
|295:|| Google Wins Geico Adwords Trademark Suit|
Google won a major legal victory Wednesday when a federal judge said the search engine could continue to sell ads triggered by searches using trademarked company names.
|Dec 15, 2004|
|296:|| Hiding Disabled AdWords Keywords|
"Since disabled keywords are not showing your ads, there is really no reason that I can think of to keep them in your account. In fact, since they are still being budgeted for, they are actually working against you. "
|Dec 3, 2004|
|297:|| When AdWords Keywords Go On Hold|
AdWords Advisor clarifies some of the issues surrounding onhold keywords.
|Dec 3, 2004|
|298:|| Google AdWords Editorial Process|
"...how to tell when Google has completed their editorial review of submitted ads? I typically receive an e-mail if an ad has been rejected, but nothing when the ad has been accepted."
|Nov 26, 2004|
|299:|| Google - Affiliates - Update|
" ... are going to be making serious serious changes to the whole affiliate merchant via ppc...early reports indicate an " auction " based system where advertisers fight it out on who can bid, and only 1 advertiser per site as such. "
|Nov 25, 2004|
|300:|| PPC - Such as Adwords vs. Natural Results|
"After Florida last year I found myself having to advertise very heavily for my kw's. "
|Nov 24, 2004|
|301:|| Google Launches "Google Advertising Professionals"|
Google will hold a special lunch time session at WebmasterWorlds Conference next week in Las Vegas to discuss the new program.
|Nov 10, 2004|
|302:|| New Adwords Features - Tools and Reporting|
New updates to features and functionality of Adwords interfaces.
|Oct 29, 2004|
|303:|| New AdWords Features - help for broad match tracking|
Google AdWords now lets you dynamically insert the search terms into a query string at the end of your URL - that's a real advantage when you're tracking broad match keywords.
|Sept 14, 2004|
|304:|| AdWords Conversion Rates Going Up|
There have been rumbles from the AdWords players the last month that raw traffic was off. Many are finding that some minor algo tweaks a month or so ago, are starting to pay off in higher conversion rates.
|Aug 10, 2004|
|305:|| Possible AdWords Beta Features Found|
Google revealed some interesting feature additions to AdWords during a webinar last week.
|Aug 10, 2004|
|306:|| AdWords FAQ : When Will Ad Appear?|
"... in most cases you'll see your ads start appearing in a time frame that can run between a few minutes and a few hours, depending on factors such as volume, server delays, and so forth." - AdWords Support.
|July 12, 2004|
|307:|| AdWords Announce Improved Ad Relevancy|
"When broad matching it appears as if the overall minimum CTR will no longer be relevant. Instead, if you bid on widgets and only sell red widgets, you will probably find blue widgets getting automatically disabled but your ad still showing for red widgets."
|June 30, 2004|
|308:|| PageRank For Sale Ads Proliferate|
A few ads pop up on Google from sites specifically selling PageRank based links.
|June 25, 2004|
|309:|| AdWords: Are Misspells, Plurals, Treated as Separate Keywords?|
"This may be a simple question to many but I could not find the answer on Google Adwords support section but are misspells, plurals, capitalizations, apostrophes, etc... considered unique keywords in Adwords?"
|June 24, 2004|
|310:|| Google Adds PrePayment Option for Adwords|
"Prepay allows you to pay in advance of receiving any clicks. As you receive clicks, we deduct the charges from your prepaid balance."
|June 14, 2004|
|311:|| Google Launches AdWords SEM Jumpstart|
Search engine advertising too complex? Google offers to do the work for you.
|May 15, 2004|
|312:|| Google Launches Graphic Advertising|
"Google image ads are a new type of graphical AdWords ad appearing on select content sites in the Google Network. Image ads combine two powerful approaches: graphics and proven AdWords targeting technology."
|May 13, 2004|
|313:|| Competitors Bidding on Keyword Products They Do Not Sell|
The old PPC cat-n-mouse "catch me if you can" game continues.
|Apr 22, 2004|
|314:|| Google Major Advertising Policy Shift on Trademarks|
Google has announced a TM policy shift that will basically allow competitors to bid on each other's trademarked terms with abandon.
|Apr 14, 2004|
|315:|| AdWords No Different from Stock Google Results|
AdWords are now displayed in same color as standard results. The thin line between Google search results and paid search results is now -- literally -- a visual thin line.
|Mar 29, 2004|
|316:|| Feedback and Questions for Google Adwords Team|
"I got drafted to talk to some AdWords people tomorrow morning, so I wanted to do a quick thread to ask for suggestions/feedback about how to improve AdWords, or for things that people want me to ask..."
|Mar 26, 2004|
|317:|| Most common reasons ads aren't shown|
A list of reasons ads are't displayed, and a resource to help diagnose why.
|Jan 3, 2004|
|318:|| Publishers Feel Broad Match Hurting AdWords Relevancy|
"...we started seeing more than 50% of the ads displayed no longer being targeted to the page content but rather to the overall theme of our website. Not only are we no longer seeing targeted ads in a lot of cases, but we are seeing the same non-targeted ads repeatedly."
|Nov 8, 2003|
|319:|| AdWords Being Blocked By Filter Programs|
Google got a "welcome to the big leagues" this last few weeks as filter programs begin to block AdWords. Like DoubleClick, FlyCast, and Burst before it, several of the big ad filter programs such as virus, spam, and adware programs are starting block AdWords displays. Effective CPM's are beginning to fall.
|Nov 8, 2003|
|320:|| Google Fined for Trademarked AdWords Text|
"The Lower Court of Nanterre required Google France to pay 70,000 euros (about $81,400) to two companies that owned the rights to certain words. Google France sold the use of these words to advertisers through its AdWords program."
|Oct 17, 2003|