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Transforming The Way You Promote Content in 6 Steps

  • Article title (Make it Smart)
  • Article URL (Make it relevant)
  • The keywords we are targeting (Exploit Creative Options)
  • Current rankings for those keywords (Check and recheck)
  • Suggestions for supporting article topics (Link within your website)
  • Search suggestions for finding sites that may link to us (Do your homework)

All of these factors contribute to higher Local Search Engine Rankings. Remember at the end of the day, the goal is to make your content relevant to your customers. If you are a small business owner, with roots in the local market for product or service; your goal is to get maximum exposure to the Local SERP.

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Adwords Ad Rotation

AdWords: Product Update Round-up QueryClick (blog) – May 1, 2012 Google have gone a bit David Bowie of late and made a whole series of ‘ch-ch-ch-changes’ to the AdWords product this month. Here’s a round-up of the key ones and how they will affect pay-per-click campaigns moving forward.

RIP Ad Rotation In AdWords Business 2 Community – May 1, 2012 By Larry Kim, Published May 1, 2012 Using the “rotate” setting for Ad Rotation is helpful for A/B testing of – especially because the automated “optimize for clicks” and “optimize for conversions” ad delivery options have a tendency to declare a winner …

Google to alter its ‘rotate evenly’ setting on PPC ads Vertical Leap News (press release) – May 1, 2012 Hello there!  Google is set to alter its ‘rotate evenly’ setting on PPC ads over the coming week, reports. Currently, Google offers pay per …

AdWords “Rotate Evenly” Setting To Stop Rotating After 30 Days Search Engine Land – Apr 30, 2012 The “rotate evenly” setting on an AdWords campaign has been a long-time best friend to habitual ad testers testers and landing page tweakers everywhere. Next week, the “rotate evenly” setting will stop rotating after 30 days and default to a different …

How to Handle the AdWords Ad Rotation Changes Search Engine Watch – May 1, 2012 by Greg Habermann, May 1, 2012 Comments A collective slapping sound could be heard all across the PPC industry yesterday. You might have heard it.. It was quite loud. It was the sound of thousands of AdWords account managers doing a massive *facepalm* …

Google To Stop Allowing AdWords Ad Rotation Search Engine Roundtable – May 1, 2012 Google announced on the AdWords blog that they will be changing how their ad rotation works, essentially preventing you from continuing to leave your ads on rotation after 30-days. Starting next week, the “rotate” setting for ad rotation will change.

AdWords Limits New Ad Rotation to 30 Days Search Engine Watch – May 1, 2012 by John Rampton, May 1, 2012 Comments Google has announced that the “rotate” feature in AdWords will change starting next week. The change limits ad rotation to 30 days. After the 30 days, AdWords will optimize and show the ads that are converting the …

Google Changes Ad Rotation In AdWords WebProNews – Apr 30, 2012 By Zach Walton · April 30, 2012 · Leave a Comment If you are a user of Google’s AdWords service, then you are probably familiar with the Ad Rotation feature. The Ad Rotation feature currently offers three settings – “optimize for clicks,” “optimize for …

Google modifies comparison ads to look like organic results Vertical Leap News (press release) – May 1, 2012 Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic. Google is modifying some of its PPC ads to look more like organic search results. report that many comparison ads, which help users …

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