Month: August 2016

Google to Address Lower CTR results on implemented AMP on SERP

Earlier this week,  Google announced that AMP  would be introduced to Google’s organic SERP.  Google’s goal for AMP  in SERP serves a purpose to improve a mobile user’s experience by Amping up pages that are slow and require very little network power to load. The AMP pages were supposed to complement the mobile friendly algorithm …

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How Can I Take Advantage of the Extended Characters in AdWords Text Ads?

As you may have heard Google has recently rolled out the update to AdWords including a new character limit. This update changes the way text ad display content changing from the old 25-35-25 character count to the new updated 30-30-80 count. The new character count consists of two headlines with 30 characters for text and …

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Yelp Cracking Down On Businesses Who Threaten Legal Action Against Customers

Maintaining a Yelp page is an important part of owning a business in the 21st century. Yelp is also an important part of being a consumer in the 21st century as well. This is because Yelp allows consumers to easily find the best businesses in their area by holding dysfunctional businesses accountable for their poor …

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Twitter Unveils New Ad Type

Twitter has released a new ad type for marketers to take advantage of and to get customers involved.  Twitter’s new Instant Unlock Cards that reward people for tweeting about a brand. To compensate for the tweet, users will be given an image or a video to tweet about, like a recipe, trailer or an interview. In a …

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Are a Lot of People Doing Searches on Their Mobile Devices?

Google states that nearly 60 percent of search queries globally are from mobile phones. The U.S. had a high percentage rate of 58% of search query volumes for mobile searches. Hitwise, a company that measures and analyzes behavior across desktops, tablets, and smartphone devices, reviewed  about an average of 11 key categories and related queries …

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