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Facebook Ads Retargeting Tutorial for Beginners 2018 - Facebook Advertising Retargeting Campaigns
Check out our Facebook Ads Retargeting Tutorial for Beginners, which is updated for 2017 and 2018. Facebook advertising retargeting campaigns and retargeting audiences are a great way to reach targeted consumers that are the most likely to convert. We will take you through the process of adding a Facebook pixel to your website, creating Facebook audiences based on your pixel, creating custom conversions to exclude people who have already converted, and how to target Facebook Retargeting audiences with your ad campaigns. Just a quick note, you might refer to it as Facebook Retargeting Ads or Facebook Remarketing Ads. Our Facebook Ads Remarketing Tutorial is relevant for either term you use because we use them interchangeably. In addition, you can use our same process to create and target all of your audiences. You can use Facebook ads to target your email list, app activity, website visitors, facebook engagement, instagram engagement, and offline activity actions. Helpful Facebook Advertising Tutorials: Facebook Pixel WordPress Tutorial - How to Add the Facebook Pixel to Your Website and Verification: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDwu2fJwYyo&t=16s The first step of creating Facebook Audiences is adding the Facebook Pixel to your website. Our tutorial above should help you understand how to add it to your WordPress website with ease. Facebook Audiences Tutorial 2018 - Custom Audiences, Retargeting, Lookalike Audiences, and More: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jNhRJs0SNM&t=428s In case you want a more detailed tutorial about Facebook Custom Audiences and all the different Audiences you can create and target with Facebook ads, the tutorial above will be perfect for you. Audiences are vital with Facebook ads and you absolutely want to use them and test them to optimize your Facebook Advertising and Retargeting campaigns.
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Google Remarketing Tutorial For Beginners 2017-2018 - Google AdWords Display Remarketing Tutorial
Check out our basic Google Remarketing Tutorial for beginners updated for 2017-2018. Google AdWords Remarketing on the Google Display Network doesn't have to be complicated. Our Google Remarketing Tutorial will guide you through the step-by-step process you need from creating audiences to targeting them with display advertising. First, you will need a website, Google Analytics account, and Google AdWords account. Once you have Google Analytics installed on your website and your Analytics and AdWords accounts linked, you can start building Remarketing audiences. After you sign in to your Google Analytics account, go to the website property where you want to set-up Remarketing. You then click on the Admin link, which is represented by a gear icon in the bottom left hand corner. From there, you want to click on Tracking Info and then Data Collection. You have to turn on Remarketing in order to enable data collection for your audiences. We also recommend turning on Advertising Reporting Features, which reveal Audience demographics and interests, DoubleClick campaign reporting, and Google Display Network campaign and impression reports. Essentially, you can unlock more data that will help you spend your budgets optimally. After you enable Google Analytics Remarketing, you want to click on AdWords Linking and make sure your accounts are linked. If you created the accounts through the same email, which we recommend at Surfside PPC, the link will come up and all you have to do is select it and click save. After that, you want to click on Audience Definition and then Audiences below the drop down. You can start by creating your All Users audience, which will populate based on All Visitors to your website. You can set time periods from 1 day all the way up to 540 days for display remarketing and 180 days for search remarketing. Some of the options you have for creating Remarketing audiences include Google Smart Lists, which is a managed audience that Google creates to help you drive more Google Remarketing Conversions. Two other options are New Users and Returning Users. You can also target people who have landed on certain pages, have completed certain goals, or have purchased from your website. You have the option of targeting people through the entire process by using Remarketing, which is why a funnel can be so important. After you have your audiences created, you are able to go into Google AdWords to create your Remarketing campaign. We take you through the step-by-step process of selecting a Display Network campaign, selecting a goal, naming the campaign, setting budgets, setting bids, targeting Remarketing audiences, uploading display ads, and publishing the campaign. You can keep adding more ad groups and adjust your bids, or you can try different Remarketing targeting through the Display Network.
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How To Confirm Your Website on Pinterest with WordPress - Pinterest Confirmation Tutorial
Check out our tutorial about how to confirm your website with Pinterest. Our Pinterest website confirmation guide will help you unlock analytics including repins, clicks, impressions, and more from your website Pins.
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Google AdWords Remarketing Lists For Search Ads (RLSA) Tutorial 2018
Remarketing Lists for Search Ads aka RLSA are a great strategy for Google AdWords. Check out our Remarketing Lists for Search Ads Tutorial updated for 2017 and 2018. Our RLSA tutorial will help you get started so you can target Remarketing Lists with your own Google AdWords search campaigns. What is RLSA? Remarketing Lists for Search Ads (RLSA) are lists you can populate with website visitors and target through the Google AdWords search network. You can adjust your bids up or down for your Remarketing lists and increase your website conversions. In our tutorial, we show you an example where we are targeting keywords and we build audiences who are likely to show the most interest in those keywords. That is the best way to help increase conversions and make sure customers convert with your website rather than a competitor. In addition, our Remarketing lists for search ads best practices will help you understand how to improve your business faster with PPC Advertising. How to Set Up RLSA First, you need a Google AdWords and Google Analytics accounts connected. You can to go Linked Accounts as you go to Google AdWords and Link your Google Analytics and Google AdWords accounts with ease. From there, you go to Google Analytics admin screen, audience definitions, and audiences. You can create a new Audience for your Remarketing List and then publish it to your Google AdWords account. You can to go Audience Manager in Google AdWords to see all of the Remarketing Lists you have that are eligible for the Google Display Network, Google Search Network, and YouTube. You need to have populated lists through your Google AdWords audience manager in order to target them on the search network. We recommend a minimum of a 100 person list, which still might be too small. After you have created your Google AdWords campaign, you can go to your Campaign or Ad Group and add Audiences for targeting. You have two options, Remarketing Lists for Search Ads (RLSA) targeting or Remarketing Lists for Search Ads (RLSA) observation. We recommend Observation unless you have large Remarketing audiences, which would make more sense for Targeting.
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What is Google AdSense - Google AdSense Explained in 5 Minutes
What is Google AdSense? Our video will explain Google AdSense and give you tips, best practices, strategies, and more. Google AdSense is the Google Advertising program that allows published to monetize their website and traffic. Google AdSense accounts help you monetize your website or YouTube videos without having to deal with managing or selling your ad space, Google does all of the heavy lifting for you. We try to go through the who, what, when, where, why, and how so you can understand how to maximize your website traffic and ad impressions. Whether you have an established website or you are starting to build content and you want to monetize your content, Google AdSense can work great for you. Who should use Google AdSense? Any website owner with traffic and content or any YouTube video creator should utilize AdSense and add the ad code to their website. It can be a huge difference in your business revenue, which will allow you to expand your online business, increase your content, and increase your website traffic. What is Google AdSense? Google AdSense is the publisher sifde of their ad network where content creators, website owners, and anyone with an audience can monetize their content with ease. Through Google AdWords, advertisers can spend money picking the websites they want to advertise on and the interest audiences they want to target. Through Google AdSense, website owners can monetize their content and AdWords will fill the ad spaces with ease. You can monetize your content quickly and effectively and increase your online revenue with Google AdSense. When should I use Google AdSense? When do ads show? You should use Google AdSense as soon as you are getting more than 100 sessions per day on your website or when you can monetize your YouTube videos. There is no major downside to using Google AdSense as soon as you can monetize your visitors. Google AdSense ads show for almost every single ad impression on a website or YouTube. Where do Google AdSense ads show up? It depends if you are using Google AdSense Auto Ads or if you place individual code snippets on your website in areas where you want ads to show. You have a ton of control over the type of in-page and overlay ad units that show on desktop and mobile devices. Lastly, you have probably seen thousands of AdSense ads just by browsing the internet or watching videos on YouTube. Why Should I Use Google AdSense? Google has the largest advertising platform and advertising market share in the world. The Google Display Network alone reaching over 90% of the entire internet. There are thousands of advertisers trying to target on the Google Advertising network and drive results for their business. Google AdSense gives Google's advertising network a ton of ad space to fill and they have no problem doing it with their advertisers. How Can I Get Started? Go to http://www.google.com/adsense/ and you can get started today with your Google account. There are some content restrictions but you can put ads on your website and start monetizing your traffic as soon as you get accepted.
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What is Google AdWords? Google AdWords Explained in 5 Minutes
In this video, we answer the What is Google AdWords questions so you can understand Google AdWords and how it works. Google AdWords is a massive advertising service and platform where people can run search ads, display ads, video ads, and app ads across the Google Search Network and Google Display Network. Google AdWords Homepage: https://adwords.google.com/home/ How Google AdWords Works: https://adwords.google.com/home/how-it-works/ Google AdWords Pricing: https://adwords.google.com/home/pricing/ Google AdWords Tools: https://adwords.google.com/home/tools/ Some of the different places you can target your ads include the Google search engine, Google search partners like Ask.com, the Google Display Network, Gmail, YouTube, and more. We go through the ads on the search network where you target keywords as people type in relevant and targeted search queries. You can target a keyword like ppc advertising and then serve your ad. Google AdWords Ad Types: Search Ads: You can run search advertisements on the Google Search Engine and the Google Search Partners. You are able to target different keywords using the AdWords keyword match types so you can serve your pay per click ads to targeted customers. Display Ads: You can run banner advertisements all across the Google Display Network targeting placements, interests, in-market audiences, customer match audiences, email list audiences, remarketing audiences, and contextual keywords. Video Ads: You can run pre-roll and mid-roll video ads before videos across YouTube and the Google Display Network.
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How Facebook Ad Costs Work and How to Keep Facebook Advertising Costs Low
Discover how Facebook Ad Costs work and how to manage your Facebook Advertising Costs for your campaign. Facebook Advertising can get expensive and you might want to understand how much you are going to spend for Facebook PPC Ads. Have you ever asked how much Facebook ad campaigns cost? We do our best to answer that question in this video while also giving you some tips on how to keep your advertising costs optimal. We do our best to give you Facebook advertising costs explained because it is slightly different than Google AdWords. I would consider Facebook a Pay-Per-Click Advertising channel but you actually don't pay for every click. Instead, you pay for impressions and you run your Facebook ads with a goal in mind like sales, leads, app installs, video views, or traffic. Facebook will optimize your campaign and your ad targeting to achieve your goal. Rather than paying for clicks, they pay to optimize for your goal, which can help you drive more revenue and profit to your business. If you are looking for a Facebook ad cost calculator or a Facebook ad cost estimator, we won't give you one exactly here but you can learn how to control, manage, and optimize your Facebook budget. It's really impossible to know the cost of Facebook sponsored ads until you actually run your campaign. Depending on the geography or location targeting, age targeting, gender targeting, demographic targeting, interest targeting, audience targeting, and behavior targeting, that will determine your overall cost and Facebook advertising spend. If you attempt to reach a small, high net worth, and high income audience, it will cost you more than reaching a large, broad audience. However, you need to find the best audiences to target that will achieve your goal, which is usually somehwhere in the middle. That is how the cost of Facebook ads is determined, basically it comes down to competition and your ad relevance score. How Do You Lower Facebook Costs? The best way to lower Facebook advertising costs and optimize your campaign is by testing. Test multiple ad sets, ads, ad formats, landing pages, and more. In addition, make sure you are not only tracking conversions through Facebook but also monitoring traffic through Google Analytics. The more data you can track and the better your results, the more you will get out of your marketing dollars.
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How To Set Up Google Analytics Goals and Import Them as Google AdWords Conversions 2017-2018
Discover how to set-up Google Analytics Goals and Import them into Google AdWords as conversions. Our Google Analytics Goals tutorial is updated for 2017-2018 and you can learn how to set-up Events as Key Performance Indicators for your business. Google Analytics Goals is so important because
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Keyword Match Types in Google AdWords and Bing Ads Tutorial 2017-2018
Check out our Keyword Match Types tutorial to learn how Bing Ads and Google AdWords Keyword Match Types work for PPC Advertising. Match Types are vital for keywords and for a successful Pay-Per-Click Advertising campaign. Keyword Match Types: 1. Broad Match Broad match keywords are too broad and not recommended for use. These types of keywords have no quotes, brackets, or plus signs. Targeted Keyword Example: Soccer Cleats Matched Search Queries: Soccer Shoes Indoors - Turf Soccer Shoes 2. Modified Broad Match: Highly recommended. Plus signs in front of words that must appear in the search query. Order of the keyword does not matter. Targeted Keyword Example: +Indoor +Soccer +Cleats Matched Search Queries: Soccer Cleats Indoors, Best Indoor Soccer Cleats 3. Phrase Match: Recommended for use. Quotes around the targeted keyword. Order does matter. Targeted Keyword Example: "Indoor Soccer Cleats" Matched Search Queries: Best Indoor Soccer Cleats, Cheap Indoor Soccer Cleats 4. Exact Match Recommended for use. Brackets around the targeted keyword. Only matches keyword and close variants. Targeted Keyword Example: [Indoor Soccer Cleats] Matched Search Queries: Indoor Soccer Cleats, Indoor Soccer Cleat
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What Are Dynamic Search Ads Campaigns? Dynamic Search Campaigns in Google Ads and Bing Ads
What are dynamic search ads campaigns in Google AdWords and Bing Ads? Check out our Google AdWords dynamic search ads tutorial, tips, and strategies with ideas for Bing Ads as well. Whether you want to understand how dynamic ads work or how to create dynamic search ads, our video will explain it to you. Dynamic Search Ads Explained The easiest way to find customers without having to target keywords in Google and Bing Ads search is with dynamic search ads. If you have a website with a ton of different pages, categories, products, and more, then you can let Google AdWords or Bing Ads do the work for you. There are thousands of keywords that might be relevant for your business and dynamic search ads will find them and help you optimize your campaigns. Without Dynamic Search Ads, even strongly research and optimized Google Ads accounts with many keywords can miss relevant searches. You want ads immediately when you add new products or pages to your website. You don't want to wait at all for customers to see your ads, visit your landing pages, and buy your products. This video explains how Dynamic Search Ads work, and how they might benefit you. How Dynamic Search Ads Show? When Do Dynamic Search Ads Show? When someone searches on Google with terms closely related to the titles and frequently used phrases on your website, Google Ads and Bing Ads will use these titles and key phrases to select the most relevant landing page and generate a clear, relevant and targeted headline for your ad. For our example, we give you an example with beach themed doormats. When customers are searching for these types of products, Google and Bing will pull the top keywords from that page and use it for ad targeting. In this way, Dynamic Search Ads can quickly direct potential customers to what they want on your site. You are responsible for the final text that appears in your ad, so keep this in mind when choosing your landing pages. How Do You Create Dynamic Search Ads? In Google AdWords and Bing Ads, you can create dynamic search ads when you set-up a search campaign. Rather than creating Ad Groups that target your keyword list, you can set-up targeting by using key webpages or categories that Google and Bing pull from your website. Once you have targeting set-up, your ads will be created automatically. The only thing you need to set-up is a description for your ad and Google and Bing will pull data for the rest including the headline, 2nd headline, display url, and final url as your landing page. How Dynamic Ad Targeting Works in Google and Bing? Dynamic search ads are created because Google and Bing will pull content, keywords, key phrases, and more from your website. That data is all used to target your search ads when you run PPC Advertising campaigns. Some of the targeting options are below. Landing pages from your standard ad groups: All webpages that you’re currently running search ads against, across all of your accounts. This targeting option makes it easy to increase traffic on the webpages you’re already using as landing pages in existing ad groups and campaigns. Categories: Sets of landing pages organized by theme. You decide which sets of pages to target, how to group similar pages, and the level of granularity. Page feed: Use a spreadsheet of URLs for the most focused targeting. You can then target your entire feed or parts of it. For instance, you can label pages about "beach doormats" or "top-rated products” and target URLs with those labels only.
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Google AdWords Quality Score and Ad Rank Explained 2018
Check out our Google AdWords Quality Score and Google AdWords Ad Rank video where we explain what is quality score and ad rank so you can understand them. Your Google AdWords Quality Scores have a huge impact on your Google AdWords Campaigns, ad costs, and overall performance. We answer the following questions in our video tutorial where we discuss quality scores and ad rank: What is Google AdWords Quality Score? We first start by giving you the quality score definition so you know exactly what it is. If you are not familiar with quality scores for your Google AdWords ads, they are a 1-10 scale that gives a score to the keywords you are targeting based on historical campaign performance and campaign organization. How is Google AdWords Quality Score Calculated? Quality score is calculated based on your expected click-through rate, ad relevance, and landing page experience. Google AdWords uses a variety of factors including your campaign performance, how relevant your ads are to your keywords and landing pages, and the overall landing page experience on desktop and mobile devices. The better your campaigns are organized, the better your landing pages match your keywords, and how you can improve your click-through-rate for your campaigns over time. If you have better performing campaigns than your competitors for the same keywords, you are likely to have better and higher quality scores. How does Google AdWords Quality Score Impact Campaigns? Quality score is used along with your bid to determine your ad rank. Higher quality scores will help lead to lower costs for your campaign. Google AdWords will use your history quality scores more than your current quality scores during your campaign. When you enter the ad auction, Google AdWords will use your historical campaign performance. Should You Optimize for Google AdWords Quality Score? Yes, you should because high quality scores of 7, 8, 9, or 10 can represent an organized campaign and positive historical campaign performance. Since quality scores use expected click-through rate, ad relevance, and landing page experience, high quality scores would indicate you are giving users a good user experience. In addition, higher quality scores can help you get more for your money. Ad rank takes into account your quality score and your keyword bid so you can actually bid lower than your competitors if you have high quality scores. Helpful URLs: About Quality Score: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/7050591 Ad Position and Ad Rank: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722122 Google AdWords Quality Score Definition: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/140351?hl=en Check Your Quality Score: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2454010 Improve Your Ad Quality: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2404196
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10 Ways To Create Great Google AdWords Text Ads - Improve Google Ad Clicks and Quality Score
Discover 10 Ways To Create Great Google AdWords Ads - Improve Google Ad Clicks and Quality Score. Learn how to create good Google AdWords expanded text ads and responsive search ads to improve your ad relevancy, ad quality, Click-Through Rate, and quality score. We tell you everything you need to know to create Google AdWords ads that will stand out from your competitors. Ads that stand out will receive more Google Ad Clicks and it will ultimately help your Google AdWords ad relevancy and quality scores. 10 Ways To Create Great Google AdWords Search Ads: 1 - Organize Your Google AdWords Campaign You need to separate out your keywords and group them into ad groups. 2 - 3 Ads Per Ad Group Google will automatically optimize your Google AdWords ads when you create multiple ads per ad group. They will serve the most relevant ad that drives the best results. 3 - Capitalize The First Letter Of Each Word Capitalization is proven to help get you more Google ad clicks. 4 - Use Ad Group Keywords In Your Google AdWords Ads Use ad group keywords in your Google AdWords ads so that every search matches better to the ad and the landing page. 5 - Use Dynamic Keyword Insertion Ads Dynamic keyword insertion is one of the best ways to match search query to advertisement, because it will insert the targeted keyword that matched the search query into your Google advertisement. 6 - Use Countdown Google Ads Countdown ads help create urgency to improve your click-through rate and to help drive more conversions on your website. 7 - Complete All Ad Fields, Use Expanded Text Ads, and Use Responsive Search Ads You want to make sure you fill out every field in your ad to match them as best as possible to the search query. 8 - Use Campaign-Level Ad Extensions Campaign-level ad extensions like Structured Snippets, Call Extensions, Message Extensions, and more will help your overall ad. In addition, ad extensions increase the size of your ad, leading to a better CTR. 9 - Use Ad Group Level Ad Extensions Ad Group Level Sitelink extensions, callout extensions, and more will help improve your ad relevancy to every single search. Ad Group ad extensions will help you have a better ad than your competitors. 10 - Create New Ad Groups For Better Targeting You need to group your keywords and even consider single keyword ad groups when creating Google Ads campaigns.
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7 Common Google AdWords Mistakes to Avoid
Discover 7 common Google AdWords mistakes to avoid with your Google AdWords campaigns. There are plenty of mistakes that people make with Google AdWords so it is important to avoid them and to keep your campaigns optimized. Since AdWords can be difficult to learn for beginners, new advertisers many times make mistakes and don't ever test Google AdWords again. That's why we put together this video, so you can look at some common errors that advertisers make. Helpful URLs: Negative Keyword List from TechWyse: https://www.techwyse.com/blog/pay-per-click-marketing/75-negative-keywords-that-every-adwords-campaign-should-include/ Ubersuggest Keyword Tool: neilpatel.com/ubersuggest/ Google AdWords Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMvSWDtZGVo Google AdWords and Bing Ads Keyword Match Types: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhKkCzd-rL8 Google AdWords Keyword Bidding Strategy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuQlNs7fq30 Google AdWords Quality Score and Ad Rank Explained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yy2wX2qCCuY 7 Google AdWords Mistakes: Mistake 1 - Opting into the Search Network and Display Network at the same time. The Google Search Network and Search Partners are much different than the Google Display Network (GDN). When you target keywords, you want to target them on the search network since they perform much different for display ads. Mistake 2 - Not Using Negative Keywords. Negative keywords are vital to a successful campaign. Regardless of the industry you work in, there are always going to be unrelated keywords in your search terms report. In addition, you can remove certain words that will not drive you conversions. Mistake 3 - Not Optimizing for Conversions. People spend a lot of money on advertising where they simply drive traffic to their website. They have no goal in terms of leads, sales, phone calls, app installs, or any other key performance indicator. In order to successfully manage your advertising budget, you need to track conversions and optimize your conversion rate while keep costs similar. Mistake 4 - Poor Keyword Research and Bidding on Broad Match Keywords. Keyword Research is absolutely vital to successful campaigns in addition to avoiding broad match keywords. Modified broad match, phrase match, and exact match keywords will help your campaigns perform much better. In addition, finding the right keywords and bidding on them properly will be the best long-term strategy for you. Mistake 5 - Not Testing Bidding Strategies as you Optimize Google AdWords Campaigns. There are a wide variety of Google AdWords bidding strategies including Target CPA, Target ROAS, Maximize Clicks, Maximize Conversions, Target Outranking Share, Target Top of Page, and Manual CPC. We love starting with Manual CPC and then getting to Target CPA after we test everything. Mistake 6 - Only Creating 1 Ad Variation and Not Using Ad Extensions. Google AdWords will automatically optimize your campaigns to show your top-performing ads. In addition, ad extensions make your ads larger in search results and you can add more relevant information. Mistake 7 - Not Understand the Goals of Google AdWords Ultimately, you want to keep testing and optimizing your Google AdWords campaigns until you can effectively use Target CPA or Target ROAS bidding strategies. If you can find the right keywords for your business that drive results, you can keep bidding on them and optimizing your campaigns. Target CPA and Target ROAS bidding strategies will allow Google AdWords to optimize your campaigns for you, you just have to give them the data they need while constantly improving your campaigns.
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Google Ads and Google Analytics Auto Tagging Tutorial and Linked Accounts
Check out our Google AdWords Auto Tagging tutorial so you can learn how to link your Google Ads and Google Analytics account while setting up auto-tagging and tracking. Tracking your campaigns can be very simple with this tutorial and we will show you how to do it using the new Google Ads and Google Analytics interfaces. After looking for tutorials about auto-tagging, we kept seeing old ones that didn't tell you how to actually do it. Steps to Set-up Auto Tagging in Google Analytics with Google AdWords: 1 - First, you need to create your Google Ads and Google Analytics accounts. We recommend using the same Google Account to create your accounts. 2 - Next, you want to Link your accounts. You can do this by first going to the Admin page in Google Analytics and clicking on Google Ads Linking underneath the property section. 3 - You can link your accounts in Google Analytics, set-up to include All Website Data, and enable Auto-Tagging, which will happen automatically, by using the Analytics interface. 4 - Next, go to your Google AdWords account, click on settings, and click on Linked Accounts. You can make sure that your Google Analytics account is linked and you can set-up Goals and import them as conversions. 5 - Finally, go to your Overview screen in AdWords, click on settings down the left hand side, and make sure you have Auto-Tagging enabled in Google AdWords. In order to make sure it is all set-up, you want to go back to Google Analytics under Campaigns and Google Ads and you will be able to see all of your data, results, and statistics for your campaign.
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11 Pinterest Marketing Tips - How to Grow Your Pinterest Business Page
Discover 11 Pinterest Marketing Tips for 2018. We give you Pinterest Marketing and Pinterest Advertising tips and our strategy for success. Pinterest can be difficult when you are a small business getting started, so our Pinterest strategies will help you grow your following and drive more traffic to our website. We go through each of the eleven tips below so you can understand how to grow on a daily basis. Just remember, Pinterest profile growth is going to be slow for new businesses so you need to create a strategy and stick to it. Video Description: Our 11 Pinterest Marketing Tips are listed below and they are exactly what we are doing in 2018. We go through each tip in detail so we highly recommend reading through them and understanding more about growing your Pinterest business profile. Our Pinterest small business marketing strategies are perfect when you are getting started. 1 - Complete and Optimize Your Pinterest Profile You want a great description for your business, an avatar that is visual and beautiful, optimizing Pinterest boards, great Pinterest board descriptions, and Pinterest search engine optimized descriptions for your Pins. Understanding Pinterest keywords is vital so you want to create boards that clearly describe your business and that can be optimized for Pinterest. 2 - Confirm Your Website on Pinterest 3 - Follow and Interact with People who Interact With You 4 - Create Content on Your Blog that is Pinterest-Friendly 5 - Create Pinterest Graphics with Canva.com 6 - Use Tailwind 7 - Use Tailwind Tribes 8 - Join Pinterest Group Boards 9 - Pinterest Save Button 10 - Pinterest Ads 11 - Cross-Promote on Social Media, Your Email List, and Your Blog
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Google Ads Responsive Search Ads - New Google AdWords Ad Format Explained
Google Ads released responsive search ads in beta in August, 2018. We explain this new Google AdWords responsive search ads ad format. The new responsive search ads format will allow you create text ads with more headlines, more descriptions, and more combinations so Google Ads can automatically test and optimize. They will come up with the most effective combinations of ads for each individual keyword. When you can adapt each search ad to your customers search terms, the responsive search ads will help improve campaign performance over time. Google Ads Responsive Search Ads Article on Surfside PPC: https://surfsideppc.com/responsive-search-ads/ - Join our Marketing Newsletter: https://surfsideppc.com/newsletter/ Important Responsive search ads at the time of making this video is currently in Beta and not available to all Google Ads advertisers. Responsive search ads will learn and improve over time, so make sure to regularly monitor the performance and status of your ads. Responsive search ads are currently available to select advertisers in English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish, Dutch, Russian, Japanese, Polish, Turkish, Danish, and Norwegian, with other languages on the way. If you have text that should appear in every ad, then you must pin it to either Headline position 1, Headline position 2, or Description position 1. Best Practices You can get the most out of your responsive search ads by using unique headlines and unique descriptions. You can test all sorts of headline variations with keywords so you want them to be unique. In addition, you want descriptive descriptions with keywords added so people will click on your ad. Now, Google will use their machine learning to help you deliver the best search ads possible. You use to have standard text ads and then expanded text ads and now they are responsive. With responsive ads along with Ad Extensions, you can see the results you are looking for. To make it easier for you to create more effective responsive search ads, you’ll now be able to preview ad combinations as you build them. This shows you what your ads might look like, and you can even browse through them to double-check your work. You can also view reporting for headlines, descriptions, and top combinations to help you see what’s showing up most often on the search results page.
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Google Ads Custom Intent Audiences - How To Create Custom Intent Audiences And Use Them
Learn about Google Ads Custom Intent Audiences - How To Create Custom Intent Audiences And Use Them. Custom Intent Audiences are new and they might change after this video, but we talk about how to create Custom Intent audiences in Audience manager. Custom Intent audiences will give you the ability to create your own audiences, so you are not limited to the predefined audiences in Google Ads. You can target and reach potential customers that are most likely to be research and potentially buying your product or service. Imagine you are trying to sell a piece of social media software, you might not have the best In-Market audiences to choose from, you so might enter a lot of competitor URLs to get people to buy your product instead of one of your competitors. You can use Intent audiences: For Google Display Network Campaigns: Custom intent, In-market: What they are actively researching or planning. For Video Campaigns: Custom intent, Life events, In-market: What they are actively researching or planning. Custom intent: Display You can define and reach the best possible audience with your Google Display campaigns. You can use auto-created Intent Audiences that Google will automatically create based on your website and campaign. You can also define your own audience by entering In-Market keywords, URLs, and apps that your target customer would be using or researching before buying one of your products. Note: For now, auto-created audiences are available in English, German, Japanese, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, French, and Italian. Check back for updates, as new languages will be added over time. Custom intent: YouTube campaigns You can use custom intent audiences for YouTube campaigns by selecting up to 50 of the keywords that your ideal audience would be most likely to use as they are researching. You can take the keywords directly from a search campaign and use them to create an audience that you can target on YouTube. You want to use targeted keywords and you need to enter enough to have a large audience. When entering your keywords, you can use the Keyword planner to get suggested bid estimates, see how often keywords are searched, and how keyword search volume changes over time. Learn more about Keyword Planner
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Target Impression Share Bid Strategy - Improve Google Ads Impression Share and Ad Position
Discover the Target Impression Share Bid Strategy. Learn how to Improve Google Ads Impression Share and Ad Position. Target impression share is available through Google Ads as one of their Smart Bidding strategies. This bid strategy will automatically manage and set your bids and either show your ad anywhere on the first page of Google search results, at the top portion of the page of Google search results, or at the absolute top position at the top of the page. Our video will go over how to set-up the Target Impression Share bid strategy and some different reasons you may want to use it. First, you would want to go to one of your Google AdWords search network campaigns. When you click on the campaign, you want to go to Settings. Under Bid Strategy, you choose Target Impression Share through Google AdWords and you can decide your settings. They give you the option to bid for a position in Google search results, what percentage you would like to achieve, and your Maximum bid. Your max bid needs to be high enough in order to achieve your impression share goal based on the portion of the page where you want your ad to show. Target impression share bidding in Google Ads is an automated strategy so you do not need to set bids manually, you just need to set maximum CPC bids. There are three options for the Target Impression Share strategy, depending on where you want your ads to show: on the absolute top of the page, on the top of the page, or anywhere on the page of Google search results. Google Ads automatically sets your bids based on those settings. If you choose an Impression Share target of 50% on the top of the page, Google Ads will automatically set your CPC bids to help show your ads on the absolute top of the page 50% of the total possible amount of times they could show. Bid limits The Max CPC bid limit is a cap on bids set by this bid strategy. It is important not to set this limit too low. Otherwise, it can restrict the bids set by the strategy and prevent you from reaching your Impression Share goal. Learn More: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/9121108?hl=en Portfolio Bid Strategies: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/2979071 Understanding Bidding Basics in Google Ads: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/2459326
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Google Ads In-Market Audiences - In-Market Audiences Best Practices For Search, Display, and Video
Check out our video for Google AdWords In Market Audiences - Google Ads In Market Audiences Best Practices For Search, Display, and Video. We go through what In-Market audiences are, how you can use them for search campaigns, how to target In-Market audiences for display campaigns, and more. You have the ability to reach new customers who are actively researching and comparing different products or services related to your business. You can use the In-Market audiences that Google has already created and simply enter search terms or your URL to get ideas. In-Market audiences can be used for Observation and bid adjustments in search campaigns and you can use them for Targeting for Display Network and Video Network campaigns. In-market audiences is a great method to reach and connect with consumers who are actively researching or comparing products and services across Google Display Network publisher and partner sites and YouTube. To qualify someone as being in-market for a specific product or service, Google takes into account clicks on related ads and subsequent conversions, along with the content of the sites and pages they visit and the recency and frequency of the visits. In this way, Google accurately categorizes users so you can target those most interested in your offerings. Google AdWords In-Market audiences for search is very similar to display, except you use Observation and bid adjustments. You can also find custom In-Market audiences in the form of intent audiences. We go over In-Market Audiences best practices as well as In-Market advertising strategies.
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Pinterest Ads Tutorial 2018 - How to Set Up Pinterest Advertising Traffic Campaigns
Check out our Pinterest Ads tutorial updated for 2018. We show you how to set-up Pinterest Advertising traffic campaigns to drive conversions, revenue, and sales for your business. Our Paid Pinterest Marketing tutorial will help you set-up campaigns targeting interests, audiences, and keywords. We try to help you learn Pinterest ads campaigns, costs, strategies, tips, and best practices whether you want to drive leads or if you have an ecommerce business. Helpful URLs: Pinterest Ads Audiences Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNrx5v-Bgns&t=29s In our Pinterest Ads Audiences and Remarketing Tutorial video, we go through how to create audiences for your ads campaigns. Some of the audience options include email list audiences, website visitors, Pinterest engagement audiences, and Pinterest actalike audiences. You can then target any of the audiences you created in your campaigns, which is a great option and a great way to reach targeted customers. How to Confirm Your Website on Pinterest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4EDgh6_gNk&t=90s In our Pinterest Ads website confirmation video, we show you how to connect your website with Pinterest. If you connect your website with Pinterest, you will be able to see how much traffic your Pins drive to your website, how much engagement your website Pins get, and more information. Video Description: In our Pinterest ads tutorial, we show you how to set-up traffic campaigns for your website. Our goal is to give you a strategy and best practices so you can drive the best results for your business. The first thing you need to do is upload Pinterest Pins to your profile. You want to make sure you fill out Pin descriptions and a landing page URL so people can see your products or services when they click through your Pin. We uploaded our Pins and we will be putting 2 pins in each ad group so we can test and optimize our campaigns. We then select to Create a new Pinterest ads campaign and choose traffic as our objective. You can start by setting daily budgets and campaign budgets to control your spending. You can also choose your placements between Search and Browse. Browse means that your Promoted Pins will show when people are going through their Pinterest main page or browsing through Pins. Search Promoted Pins will show up when people search for your keywords. We are choosing Search for this example but you can choose both if you wish.
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Facebook Lead Ads Tutorial - How to Create Facebook Lead Forms and Lead Generation Campaigns
Check out our Facebook Lead Ads Tutorial for 2018. If you are interested in Facebook Lead Forms and Facebook Lead Generation Campaigns, our tutorial, tips, and strategies will help you get started. You will learn how to create Facebook lead ads after watching our video. You can run lead generation campaigns on Facebook and Instagram so you can drive leads for your business. Helpful URLs: Facebook Lead Ads Help Page: https://www.facebook.com/business/help/1462876307360828 Facebook Lead Ads Homepage: https://www.facebook.com/business/learn/facebook-create-ad-lead-ads Facebook Lead Ads Terms of Service: https://www.facebook.com/ads/leadgen/tos Facebook Lead Ads Example: https://www.facebook.com/business/news/lead-ads-launch Facebook Lead Ads CRM Integrations: https://www.facebook.com/business/help/908902042493104 Video Description: When you are getting started with Facebook Lead Ads, the first thing you need to do is accept the Facebook Lead Generation terms of service. Since you will be collecting information, you need to accept their terms so they know how you use information. All you need to do is read through it and click accept so they let you publish your ads on Facebook. We will be targeting three different audiences in our campaign. Our three audiences are lookalike audiences based off of our website visitors, email list, and page likes. We start by going to the Audiences section of the Asset Library. We love creating and managing all of our Custom, Lookalike, and Saved Audiences in the Asset Library. We start by creating our campaign and you need to select Lead Generation under the Consideration portion. Then, you can name your campaign, select whether or not you want to split-test, and set a campaign spending limit if you'd like. We will create 3 different ad sets targeting 3 different audiences. We went over the audiences earlier but you want to test different audiences to see what will perform best for your campaign. There are 3 placements where you can run your ads, the Facebook Newsfeed on desktop and mobile devices, Facebook Instant Articles, and the Instagram Newsfeed. You can't run your lead form ads in the other placements. You will of course be optimizing your bids for leads and we prefer to use Automatic Bidding from Facebook because they will optimize to drive you more lead form fills. There are different options when it comes to budgets and how much your Facebook lead ads cost. As always, you have a ton of control over your daily costs for the entire campaign and each ad set. We prefer to keep the ad sets at the same budgets so we can optimize them as we go. Our ultimate goal is to keep improving our campaigns over time. Once we have our 3 different Facebook lead generation ad sets ready, we can create ads. You have a choice between using single image ads, carousel ads, video ads, and slideshow ads. We prefer to use single image ads for this example but you should A/B test your lead form ads to keep optimizing your budget. Once you upload your ads, write your ad copy, and set-up your call-to-action, we move on to creating the form. There are a lot of options when it comes to Facebook lead forms. You can choose from Higher Intent or More Volume Form types, which depends on your advertising goals. Higher Intent Lead Forms will require people to complete a double opt-in. You can then create your lead form introduction, upload an image for the lead form or choose to use the ad creative, and create the questions and fields for your lead form that you want to collect from potential customers. You will need to link to your Privacy Policy and you have the option of using a Custom Disclaimer. After people complete the form, you can create a custom thank you screen for your lead form. You can link to your website or another social media page to get people to keep engaging with your business.
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LinkedIn Ads Conversion Tracking Tutorial 2017-2018 - How To Install LinkedIn Ads Insight Tag Pixel
Check out our LinkedIn Ads Conversion Tracking Tutorial updated for 2017 and 2018. We go over how to install the LinkedIn Insight Tag Conversion Tracking Pixel and set-up Audiences and Conversions that you can use and optimize during LinkedIn Advertising campaigns. You want to set-up LinkedIn Advertising Conversion Tracking because then you can optimize for conversions in your LinkedIn PPC Advertising campaigns. We love LinkedIn Pay-Per-Click Ads because you are able to target professionals across the LinkedIn network using Sponsored Content ads, Text ads, and InMail ads. LinkedIn Advertising Article on Surfside PPC: https://surfsideppc.com/linkedin-advertising-tutorial-create-linkedin-ads/ About LinkedIn Conversion Tracking: https://business.linkedin.com/marketing-solutions/conversion-tracking Setting Up LinkedIn Conversion Tracking: https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/answer/67514/setting-up-linkedin-conversion-tracking?lang=en
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Facebook Split Testing Tutorial - Facebook Ads Split Test Variables and Best Practices
Check out or Facebook Split Testing tutorial for help on your campaign. Facebook ads split testing gives you the ability to test different variables so you can keep optimizing your campaign. We run Facebook Split Tests for audiences, creative, delivery optimization, and placements. You can choose to select one variable at a time so you can A/B test your campaign until you drive conversions at an effective cost. You can create your split test when you are in Facebook Ads Manager as you set-up your campaign. You need to select the box right when you are naming your campaign. After you submit your campaign, you can create multiple ad sets and set up your targeting, budgets, scheduling, and creative. Helpful URLs: Facebook Ads Tutorial Playlist by Surfside PPC: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCKZKQoSq6y7_pqafuN6lvshcT7LUWGgA If you are looking for more information about Facebook Advertising, we have some great Facebook Ads video tutorials on our playlist. What is a Facebook Split Test? https://www.facebook.com/business/help/1738164643098669 How Can I Create a Facebook Split Test? https://www.facebook.com/business/help/1159714227408868 Facebook Business Split Testing: https://www.facebook.com/business/measurement/split-testing#
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Google Keyword Planner Tutorial NEW Interface - Google AdWords Keyword Tool Tutorial 2019
Check out our NEW Google AdWords Keyword Planner Tutorial. This is an updated interface Google Ads Keyword Planner Tutorial for 2018. Keyword research for Pay-Per-Click Advertising (PPC) and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can be difficult but the Google AdWords Keyword Planner is the best tool available. The Google AdWords Keyword Tool allows you to search for keywords or enter landing pages to pull keywords from your website. You will get a list with hundreds or even thousands of relevant keywords for your business. Surfside PPC Google Keyword Planner Article: https://surfsideppc.com/google-keyword-planner/ When business owners ask "How can I find keywords for my Business?" or "How can I find what people type in to search for my products?" The Google keyword tool will give them all the answers. In addition to seeing search volume for keywords, you will also see overall competition in Google AdWords, search volume trends, low bid ranges, high bid ranges, average bids, organic average position, and ad impression share. You will also have notifications that show whether or not the keywords are already in your account or your current plan. Getting Started: First, you will need a Google Ads account. You can sign-in and create your Ads account with a your current Gmail email or any Google account you own. Once you sign-in to your Ads account, go to the overview page or campaign page. Then, you want to click on the tool icon in the top right corner, look for planning, and then open the Keyword Planner. You will have the option to search for new keywords or look for forecasts and estimates based on an existing keyword list. In this tutorial, we enter a URL and a keyword to show you how to find keywords for your Ads account. You can look at all sorts of data for your top keywords. Targeting Settings: You can get forecasts for any location, language, and more that you are targeting. Whether you own a hotel in Hawaii or a coffee shop in London, you can see estimates updated for those locations. When you enter your keyword search, you can choose to change the location or language setting. The geographical location you are targeting is vital. You can choose between different countries, territories, regions, major markets, cities, states, postal codes, and more. The language you are targeting is based on the customers language settings in Google. You can choose from a wide variety of languages. Last but not least, you can choose to just target Google or Google and Search Partners. Search Partners include any search engine powered by Google, like Ask.com, or any of their other partners. Date Settings: You can adjust dates so you know search volume regardless of the time of year. In case you want forecasts for different months, different quarters, or more you can customize anything. Search volume can vary based on industry at different times of the year. You generally see the holiday season as a popular time of year for consumer products. Keyword Settings: When you are searching and creating your keyword plan, you have a wide variety of choices. First, you can create separate ad groups for your keywords and choose the keyword match types. When you are building your campaign, you can customize everything so that all you need to do is create ads and launch your campaign.
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Google AdWords Audience Exclusions - How to Exclude People Who Have Converted on Your Website
Check out our video about Google AdWords Audience Exclusions and specifically, how you can exclude people who have already converted on your website. You might want to exclude people who have completed your Google Analytics Goals including sales, newsletter sign-ups, leads, email contacts, and more when you are running Google AdWords search campaigns or Display advertising campaigns. For example, it doesn't make sense to serve Google AdWords Remarketing ads to people who have already completed your conversion. You will be wasting your budget and our video will show you how to optimize your Google AdWords budget. Video Description: We start by describing how you go into Google Analytics and create an audience to exclude. You probably want to exclude people who have already completed Goals. In addition, you can target people who have completed Goals separately if you have follow-up offers. You want to go to Google Analytics under Audience Definitions and create new audiences that can be used for either targeting or exclusions. For our example, we created an audience for everyone that filled out our newsletter form and got redirected to the confirm page. We can exclude that audience with ease so we aren't targeting those people as we look for new subscribers. We can also target that audience with ease if we have another promotion or if we are trying to sell. Once you create your audience, you want to publish it to Google Analytics and Google AdWords. That audience will dynamically change over time and continue to add with more people. Since we set the audience duration at the max time of 540 days, we will keep people on this audience for over a year, ensuring we never have to target them with ads. We then go back to Google AdWords and refresh the page so that the audience can publish. We have a Google AdWords display advertising and search campaign open. We show you how to add Audience Exclusions at the campaign level for both campaigns. The process is exactly the same and it involves you clicking on the campaign, going to Audiences, going to Exclusions, and adding the new Audience we just published into Google AdWords. This is a short video tutorial about Google AdWords Audience Exclusions and there are a lot of different applications you can try. For example, you can exclude people who have bought a specific product from you over the last 30 days. Once 30 days passes, maybe you have more products that you are ready to offer them for sale. In addition, you can set-up frequency capping on your Google AdWords Remarketing campaigns to avoid showing the same ads to the same people too many times. Helpful Related Videos: Google AdWords Remarketing Lists for Search Ads: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbuf6HpTWcg&t=126s Google AdWords Tutorial 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMvSWDtZGVo&t=25s Google AdWords Linked Accounts - How to Link Google AdWords, Google Analytics, and More: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZzAAMU2oOE Google Analytics Tutorial for Beginners: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v42sV_FX2DY&t=216s How to Set-Up Google Analytics Goals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhPJRmvvIBA
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5 Simple Ways to Improve AdWords Click-Through Rate - Improve Google Ads CTR for Search Campaigns
Discover 5 Simple Ways to Improve AdWords Click-Through Rate. You can Improve Google Ads CTR for Search Campaigns. When you are running Google AdWords search campaigns, you need a strong Click-Through Rate (CTR). We show you how to increase clicks on your Google ads by using the best CTR optimization strategies. This video is geared towards beginners who need some simple ways to improve CTR. Improving your Google Ads Click-Through Rate is not always an easy task, but there are some quick fixes, hacks, strategies, and ideas that will increase CTR. You might be asking questions like How do I improve my google ads clicks? How can I get more clicks on my Google ads? How can I increase my CTR without raising bids? We give you some helpful tips and strategies to improve your click-through rate. How to Increase Your Google AdWords Click-Through Rate: 1 - Add negative keywords Irrelevant or Broad negative keywords can decrease your click-through rate drastically and have a negative impact on your campaign. 2 - Understand Auction Insights Auction insights can tell you where you need to improve, specifically your Impression Share, Average Position, and Top of Page Rate. If you are below all of your competitors, then you need to organize your campaign and continue to keep everything relevant and targeted to improve quality score. 3 - Increase Your Bids to a Competitive Level If your bids are below the first page bid, you are going to have trouble competing in the Google AdWords ad auction, regardless of your quality score. 4 - Optimize Your Text Ads by using the latest ad formats and making them as relevant as possible Use the latest text ad formats, create relevant ads based on the keywords you are targeting, and create at least 3 ads per ad group. Google will automatically serve the best performing ads, so there is no downside to creating different ads and seeing what your customers interact with the most. 5 - Optimize your Ad Extensions We all want to get more clicks on our Google AdWords ads. That's why we give you expert tips based on our expertise and experience. If you want more PPC traffic with your current keywords, dynamic ad targeting and audience ad targets, we can help you with our beginners tips to get your CTR higher. In order to optimize your campaign, you need some clicks, impressions and campaign data. Once you start driving conversions like sales or leads, you can see what works best within your campaign, what is returning you a positive ROI, and what is dragging down your campaign. Once you start getting PPC data from Google Ads and Bing Ads, you can easily start to optimize Click-Through rate and your conversion rate. Click-Through Rate's Impact on Quality Score and Ad Rank: Your Ad Rank is calculated by your bid and your quality score. A higher quality score can help you bid lower and achieve the same results. Improving your Click-Through Rate is one of the best ways to improve your Quality Score. If you can improve your Click-Through Rate, improve your Landing Page experience, and optimize your Ad Relevance, you can achieve a quality score of 10/10. Then, you can actually bid less than competitors and still achieve a higher Ad Rank, which is why Quality Score is so important for optimizing your campaigns. When your Click-Through Rate (CTR) goes up, your cost-per-click will likely start to decrease. That's why we focus on improving Expected CTR every single week. Increasing CTR for PPC is not easy, so you absolutely need to work at it.
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Pinterest Ads Tutorial 2019 - Pinterest Advertising Tutorial For Traffic Campaigns
Check out our Pinterest Advertising Tutorial for 2019. We cover how to create and manage Pinterest Ads traffic campaigns updated for 2018-2019. If you aren't sure how to set-up Pinterest Ads to drive traffic, conversions, and sales to your website, we go over several targeting options that you can choose for your business. Pinterest is one of the best paid advertising platforms for Pay-Per Click Advertising (PPC) and if you are looking for options to spend your marketing budget, you can't go wrong with Pinterest. You need to first start by creating a Pinterest Business Account. You can name it the name of your business, and then you want to set-up your billing method, which would be the credit card used to pay for your Pinterest ads. Next, you need to add your business settings including your business name and address. From there, you need to confirm your website on Pinterest. By confirming your website, you are able to make audiences and track more about your Pinterest pins. Pinterest ads are one of the best ways to get your products, content, services, and your brand in front of Pinterest users are they either search keywords or browse different categories on Pinterest. If someone is searching for recipes, fitness tips, home decor, and more on Pinterest, you can put your sponsored pins in front of them. Our tutorial will show you how to create Pinterest sponsored ads in 2019 to grow your profile, increase your following, and increase the clicks to your website. You can use the Pinterest ads manager to create, edit and manage all of your promoted pins. Pinterest campaigns are pretty easy to get started, but you need to learn more as you go. Our video will give you the best step-by-step instructions for setting up Pinterest Ad campaigns in the ads manager. First, make sure you’re on ads.pinterest.com. Click “Ads” and then select “Create ad.” Choose an advertising goal that works best for your business based on what you want people to do after they see your ad. Pick your goal based on what’s most important to your business for this specific campaign. Select pause campaign if you don’t want to launch your campaign immediately. This effectively creates a draft of your campaign so you can review all the details before your ads go live. Pinterest Advertising Guidelines: https://policy.pinterest.com/en/advertising-guidelines Pinterest Ads Creative Best Practices: https://business.pinterest.com/en/creative-best-practices Pinterest Ads Product Specs: https://business.pinterest.com/en/Pinterest-product-specs Standard Pinterest Pin These Pinterest specs apply to both standard organic Pins and standard Promoted Pins. Images File type: PNG or JPEG Max file size: 10 MB Aspect ratio: We recommend using a 2:3 aspect ratio, or 1000 x 1500 pixels. Pins with an aspect ratio that's greater than 2:3 might get cut off in people's feeds. Character counts Title: Up to 100 characters. If you don’t fill out a title, people will see your Pin description instead. Description: Up to 500 characters. The first 50-60 characters are most likely to show up in people’s feeds, so put your most important info first.
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Google Ads Targeting vs Observation AKA Google AdWords Target And Bid vs Bid Only
Discover the Google Ads Targeting vs Observation settings AKA Google AdWords Target And Bid vs Bid Only. We cover Google Ads Targeting and Google Ads Observation for Search Network, Shopping Network and Display Network campaigns. These only apply to the Google Search Network and Display Network, so these settings do not apply to Video Network Campaigns. You have a lot of options when it comes to campaign and ad group targeting settings. One of the options is choosing to use Targeting and one of the other options is to use Observation. Targeting was referred to as Target and Bid in the old Google AdWords experience. Observation was referred to as Bid Only in the old Google AdWords experience. You may want to see how your ads perform with certain targeting settings before you actually target it. That is where the Observation feature comes in. You can observe how certain audiences perform so you can decide whether or not you can set custom bids and bid modifiers. If you find a certain audience performs well, you can bid higher after using the Observation setting. If you find a certain audience performs poorly, you can bid lower. If something is performing great, you can insert it as Targeting and improve your cost per conversion altogether. Targeting and Observation availability In Display Network campaigns Recommended usage: “Targeting” You can use “Targeting” for: Audiences Placements Topics Demographics and Display Keywords use the standard “Targeting” setting only. Note that by default, all demographic groups are targeted, unless you make changes. In Search Network and Shopping campaigns Recommended usage: “Observation” You can use “Observation” for Audiences (this includes RLSA). In Video campaigns Recommended usage: “Targeting” "Observation" is not available. All methods use standard targeting by default. Learn more here: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/7365594?hl=en Select targeting and observation settings: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/7374253?hl=en&ref_topic=6346221 Targeting settings on the Display Network: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/1209882
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Google AdWords Tutorial 2018 - Step-By-Step Google AdWords Tutorial For Beginners
Check out our Google AdWords Tutorial for 2018. Our Step-By-Step Google AdWords Tutorial for Beginners is a great way to get started with Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Advertising and Google Ads. Google AdWords Campaigns can help you target keywords and drive relevant traffic to your website to drive leads and sales. We have done a Google AdWords Tutorial for 2017 but this is our updated Google AdWords training video. If you are not sure about Google Ads, whether you want to do search engine marketing, display advertising, and video advertising on Google's network, we can help you get started with our educational videos. What is Google AdWords? Google AdWords is a PPC Advertising platform where you can target search keywords (among plenty of other targeting options) and drive relevant traffic to your website. It is a great way to reach ready-to-buy customers and drive sales as well as move people through your sales funnel. Most large companies are running Google ad campaigns because they have a great platform where you can measure your results and optimize your marketing dollars. In addition, we answer what Google AdWords is in our video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=faFflAUlyO8 Helpful URLs: We wanted to give you plenty of Google AdWords training videos including strategies, tips, best practices, mistakes to avoid, and more. Google Display Advertising Are you looking for a Google Display Advertising Tutorial rather than our version for the search network? We have a video showing how to set-up display ads and the different targeting options available, including placement targeting, audiences, remarketing, keyword targeting, and more. You can find our Google AdWords Display Tutorial here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRTlNFPQCHk Google AdWords Keyword Match Types Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhKkCzd-rL8 Keyword match types are important to understand including broad match, modified broad match, phrase match, and exact match keywords. Each keyword targeting match type includes modifiers. Modified broad match keywords include plus signs before each word that needs to be in the search query. Phrase match keywords are surrounded by quotes and exact match keywords are surrounded by brackets. Google AdWords Editor Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUpSZKVneoE Google AdWords Editor is a software that helps you manage advertising campaigns. You can download it to your PC with Windows or Mac and manage your Google AdWords campaign with ease and make bulk changes. Google Analytics Tutorial for Beginners: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v42sV_FX2DY Google Analytics is vital to Google AdWords success. We start in the video by showing you how Google Analytics can help you measure your advertising campaigns and optimize them. You need Analytics on your website so you can create Goals and import them into Google AdWords as conversions. Google AdWords Express Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3GfnyoPLCE Our Google AdWords Express Tutorial Google AdWords Keyword Bidding Strategy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuQlNs7fq30 Google AdWords Audience Manager Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZDGMBhCFKs Google AdWords Linked Accounts - Link AdWords to Google Analytics, Search Console, and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZzAAMU2oOE Import Google AdWords Campaigns into Bing Ads: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Uz_bQ9wXN4 What is Pay-Per-Click Advertising (PPC)? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK4M1YQ26HU What is Search Engine Marketing (SEM)? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2gqgXvREdk Video Description: We start by going through the importance of Google Analytics and how you need to get it installed on your website. After that, you want to create Goals in Google Analytics that you can track. You can set-up Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) as your Goals including sales, leads, page views, duration goals, reservation goals, and more through Google Analytics. After that, we show you how to import Goals into Google AdWords as conversions. You can actually set-up Website Conversion campaigns to optimize for leads or sales based on the conversions you upload. The most important thing is to maximize your conversion value and your return on ad spend and return on investment (ROAS & ROI). When you are set-up with your conversions, we then show you how to create a Google AdWords Search Network Campaign. Google AdWords campaigns can be difficult to understand but we show you campaigns, ad groups, keyword targeting, keyword match types, google adwords ads, ad extensions, ads, campaign settings, location targeting, ad scheduling, ad rotation, google ad networks, search partners, and more. The most important part of our Google AdWords Tutorial is understanding you need to be patient and optimize your campaigns. Test different ads and landing pages in addition to adding negative keywords.
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Dynamic Keyword Insertion (DKI) Tutorial - Google AdWords & Bing Ads Keyword Insertion Examples
Check out our Dynamic Keyword Insertion (DKI) Tutorial. We Cover Google AdWords & Bing Ads Keyword Insertion Examples so you can create dynamic keyword insertion ads to improve your click-through rate and quality score. Google keyword insertion is a great strategy to improve your overall relevance, so you can match your ads to the users search query using the targeted keywords in your Ad Group. Keyword insertion is one of the more advanced strategies and features you can use when creating Google and Bing ads. Your ad will dynamically update using the users search query to match one of the targeted keywords in your ad group. Dynamic keyword insertion can be used with broad, modified broad, phrase, and exact match keywords. Your ads will match your customers search term. Google Ads will try to replace this code with one of your keywords in your ad group. Common Dynamic Search Ads Errors Too many characters: Ads can't contain more than 30 characters in each headline, more than 80 characters in the description line, or more than 15 characters in the URL path. Nonsense: Inserted keywords need to make sense in context. Incorrect grammar: Make sure each of your keywords agrees with your syntax. Misspelled words: Google Ads accepts misspelled keywords, but can't show ads with misspelled words. Dynamic Search Ads: Keyword insertion isn’t available for Dynamic Search Ads because they don’t use keyword targeting. Title case: The first letter of all keywords will be capitalized. For title capitalization, use KeyWord. {KeyWord:Default Text Here} Sentence case: Only the first letter of the first keyword will be capitalized. For sentence capitalization, use Keyword. {Keyword:Default text here} Lower case: No letters will be capitalized. To keep your keyword lowercase, use keyword. {keyword:default text here} Helpful URLs: How to Set up keyword insertion: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/6371157 About keyword insertion: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/2454041 Keyword insertion: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/74992?hl=en Our goal is to give you dynamic keyword insertion best practices and keyword insertion examples that you can learn from and use in your own campaigns.
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Google Display Network Ads Tutorial 2017-2018 - New Interface Google Display Advertising Tutorial
Check out our Google Display Network tutorial updated for 2018. We cover how to set-up Google AdWords display advertising campaigns on the Google Display Network (GDN). Discover how Google Display Ads can work for you with the different targeting available through Google AdWords. You might need some help with Google Display targeting so we have some more tutorials and how-to videos to help you out. The Google Display Network can be complicated and setting up Display Ads through Google AdWords can be too, but Surfside PPC makes it easy for you. Frequent Question: Why did you not use Affinity Audiences? I have found that affinity audiences are far too broad for my liking on the Google Display Network. I prefer to use my own Remarketing audiences, Similar audiences, or In-Market Audiences. Related Video Tutorials: Google Display Ads Tutorials Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCKZKQoSq6y4GSNaqu0dWM1u6lWfN9Lsa Google Display Planner Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hm-CkWkC2SU&t=1s Google Display Network Ad Types: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuHu5EREKGI&feature=youtu.be Google Display Network Remarketing Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYvIFlGHUfc&t=25s Gmail Ads Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIFfyttNxS0&feature=youtu.be Video Description: We first start by going through our campaign and the importance of setting up Goals in Google Analytics and Google AdWords. You can import Google Analytics Goals into Google AdWords as conversions so you can optimize for your Key Performance Indicators. In this video, we will be using Google display advertising to drive traffic to our free eBook so we can grow our email list. In exchange for your name and email, we will send you our free eBook and subscribe you to our newsletter. When you fill out the form, you will go to our Thank You page or in this case our Confirm page, which we have set-up as a destination Goal in Google Analytics. We get started by running a Standard Display campaign and going through some of your different targeting options including intent audiences, remarketing audiences, In-Market audiences, Affinity Audiences, Placements, and Keywords. We will create a campaign with the different types of targeting options available. You will have to set your location targeting, language targeting, bids, budgets, ad schedule, frequency capping, ad rotation settings, start dates, end dates, and more for your campaign. You can also adjust your Google Display Advertising campaigns for mobile, desktop, or tablet devices. You can even create mobile-specific campaigns. After you have your campaign settings good to go, you need to set-up the targeting you want to choose. There are a ton of different targeting options on the Google Display Network. You can target Interest Audiences, Intent Audiences, Keywords, Placements, Websites, Mobile Apps, Videos, YouTube Video channels, and more. There is no limit to what you can target your ads to on the Display Network. At the end of the day though, you want to make sure you are targeting audiences that will convert and drive leads, sales, and revenue to your business. You can also use Google Display Advertising to target your Remarketing audiences, customer match lists, YouTube viewers, App users, and create custom combinations of people. We like to layer some of the demographics available on the Display Network with our other targeting. Since you can target age groups 18-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, 65+, you can reach the age groups that are most impactful for your business. You can target male and female genders. You can target based on household income, so if you only want to reach the top 10% of U.S. households based on Yearly earnings, you can narrow it down to those people. You can also target parents or non-parents depending on the products and services you are advertising. Once you are done with targeting, you need to select your Google Display Ads next. You have a choice between Responsive ads that will adjust sizes based on the ad unit it is filling on the Google Display Network. We love responsive ads because you just upload a 1200x1200 and a 1200x628 along with several logos. In addition, you will need to add a final URL, short headline, long headline, and description. The other banner ads we like to upload are sized 300x250, 160x600, 728x90, 468x60, 300x50, 320x50, and 300x600. We go through all of the different ad sizes in the video so you can upload the right ads. Final Thoughts: The best Google Display Advertising strategies I can give you is to measure all of your conversion data, create multiple responsive and banner ads, test different targeting types, track everything, and closely match your targeting to you Google Display ads to your landing pages so you can achieve optimal results from display ppc advertising with Google AdWords.
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Google AdWords Audience Manager and Google Analytics Remarketing Audience Definitions Tutorial
Check out our Google AdWords Audience Manager tutorial and Google Analytics Remarketing Audience Definitions Tutorial. We go through Google AdWords Audiences that you can target on the Search, Display, Video, and App networks. You can target Customer List audiences created from upload your email list, Remarketing audiences, App users, Website Visitors, and YouTube viewers. You can use the Audiences you create in Google Analytics and Google AdWords in your PPC Advertising Google AdWords campaign. For example, you can target people with relevant ads based on the products they viewed on your ecommerce website. You can target people on your email list who are also using Gmail or browsing the internet. You can target people who have viewed your YouTube videos. You can target people who use your App. There are so many options in terms of targeting and Audiences can be a great way to drive leads, conversions, and sales. We start the video by going through Google Analytics Remarketing audiences. You want to go to the Admin screen, Audience Definitions, and then Audiences. From there, you can set-up all sorts of different audiences. You can then click to create a New Audience and you can choose from the following options: Smart List, All Users, New Users, Returning Users, Users who visited a specific section of my site (e.g. /index.html, shirts, /cart/), Users who completed a goal conversion, Users who completed a transaction. Then you need to set your Audience name, click Next Step, and then publish the Audience to your Google AdWords account. We highly recommend creating a Smart List to begin with as well as an All Users audience for 30 days. In addition, you want to segment out your visitors based on the products, services, or interests they have based on the webpages they are visiting on your website. The more targeted you can make your Remarketing audiences, the better chance you have to drive sales.
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YouTube Video Remarketing Tutorial - How to Build YouTube Remarketing Lists and Create Campaigns
Check out our YouTube Video Remarketing Tutorial and learn how YouTube Remarketing Lists and Remarketing Ads work. We show you how to Link your YouTube Channel to your Google AdWords account first by using the Linked Accounts page. Once you link your YouTube and your Google Ads account, you can start building YouTube Video Remarketing Lists with ease, which you can then use for your campaign. We show you how to actually create a campaign and how to target your YouTube Retargeting Audience. You can build all sorts of Remarketing Lists using key actions from YouTube. How YouTube Video Retargeting Works: Remarketing lists are created by first linking your YouTube channel to your Google Ads account. Once you link accounts, you can create remarketing lists that reach people who have done the following YouTube-related actions: 1. Viewed any video from a channel You can retarget people who viewed any video from your channel. If 10,000 unique people watched videos on your YouTube channel, you can run Remarketing ads to them. 2. Viewed certain videos You can narrow down your targeting to certain videos and segment your Remarketing Lists. 3. Viewed any video (as an ad) from a channel If someone viewed one of your YouTube videos as an ad, you can retarget them with either the same ad or a new video ad. 4. Viewed certain videos (as ads) You can select the videos you have ran as ads and retarget users who viewed specific videos. 5. Subscribed to a channel 6. Visited a channel page 7. Liked any video from a channel 8. Added any video from a channel to a playlist 9. Commented on any video from a channel 10. Shared any video from a channel
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Facebook Audiences Tutorial 2018 - Custom Audiences, Retargeting, Lookalike Audiences, and More
Check out our Facebook Audiences Tutorial updated for 2017-2018. We go through Facebook custom audiences, lookalike audiences, audience targeting, retargeting audiences, and email list audiences. There are a ton of different custom audiences you can create including engagement audiences, facebook video audiences, and more. You absolutely want to focus on creating a lot of successful Facebook Saved Audiences so you can continue to target them within your campaigns and drive conversions. Customer lists are one of the incredible features of the Facebook advertising platform. A Custom Audience that is created on Facebook using data from an uploaded customer list is a type of audience you can create made up of your existing customers. You can target ads to the audience you've created on Facebook, Instagram, and Audience Network. You want to first make sure that you have your Facebook Pixel installed on your website. You can see our tutorial for WordPress websites here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDwu2fJwYyo Types of Facebook Audiences Explained: Customer File Custom Audience - You can upload a customer file to match your customers with profiles on Facebook and create an audience from the matches. It's very popular to upload email lists but you can also upload phone numbers, address data, names, and more. When it comes to customer file custom audiences, you can copy and paste information directly, or upload CSV files filled with Emails, Phone Number, Mobile Advertiser ID, First Name, Last Name, ZIP/Postal Code, City, State/Province, Country, Date of Birth, Year of Birth, Gender, Age, Facebook App User ID, and Facebook Page User ID. Facebook also allows you to import directly from MailChimp but you can upload audiences from any email provider. Lastly, you can upload customer lists that include lifetime customer value LTV information. Facebook can create audiences based on your most valuable customers. Website Traffic Custom Audience - Also known as Facebook Retargeting Audiences, you can create lists based on the people who have visited your website where you have your Facebook Pixel. When it comes to website traffic custom audiences, you want to first add your Facebook pixel to your website. Then, you can track and create audiences by custom events, specific pages, duration of website visit, or just target all visitors. App Activity Custom Audience - Also known as mobile app custom audiences, you can have a list of people who have launched your app or visited specific pages or played games. Offline Activity Audience - You can upload lists of offline audiences including people who have visited your store in-person, called your phone number, or bought one of your products and gave their information. You will have to create offline event sets through Facebook. There are a lot of options from connecting your data directly to uploading customer lists you have collected. Engagement Custom Audience - You can target people who have engaged with your Facebook page, Instagram page, watched your videos, and more. When it comes to Engagement Custom Audiences, you can create Video engagement audiences, Lead form engagement audiences, Fullscreen Experience Canvas Ad engagement audiences, Facebook page engagement audiences, Instagram page engagement audiences, and Event engagement audiences. Therefore, you can create audiences any time someone watches one of your videos on Facebook or Instagram, any time someone interacts with or fills out a Facebook lead form, any time someone interacts with one of your canvas ads, any time someone interacts with your Facebook or Instagram page and any one who shows an interest or interacts with one of your events. Facebook Lookalike Audiences - They are similar to Similar Audiences on Google AdWords and Google Analytics. Basically what Facebook does is take all of the demographic, interest, geographic, a behavior data they can track and they map people from your audiences to other people on Facebook. You can create Facebook Lookalike Audiences off your website visitors, email list, or any of the other audiences we mentioned above. Helpful URLs: Facebook Custom Audiences Explained: https://www.facebook.com/business/a/custom-audiences
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What is Search Engine Marketing (SEM)?
Are you wondering what is search engine marketing? What is SEM? Our video covers what search engine marketing is and how it differs from search engine optimization. You can run search engine marketing ads through popular channels such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, Pinterest Ads, Yahoo Gemini, and more. Search Engine Marketing is also referred to as Paid Search Marketing and it involves keyword targeting or marketing your advertisements towards specific keywords or search queries. Search Engine Marketing is a form of Pay-Per-Click Advertising (PPC) where advertisers can pay for each click to their website. Our search engine marketing tutorial and tips will help you simply understand what it means and what it is. Ultimately, your goal is to run ads and have paid listings in the search engine results pages. Those ads will drive visibility to your brand and additional paid traffic to your website. The optimal SEM solution is when your paid traffic from search engines is delivering you a positive Return on Ad Spend (ROAS) and Return on Investment. Important Terms: PPC or Pay-Per-Click or Pay-Per-Call: PPC can refer to you paying for each click to your website or for each phone call to your business. There are mobile call-only ad formats where customers can click to call your business directly. CPC or Cost-Per-Click: The final amount you spend divided by the total number of clicks will give you your final Cost-Per-Click. For example, if you spend $100 and drive $200 clicks, your CPC is $0.50/click. CTR or Click-Through-Rate: Your final total clicks on your ad divided by your total impressions will give you your Click-Through-Rate. Generally, a high CTR vs. competitors signifies an organized and optimized campaign. About the Video: First, we cover the definition of search engine marketing, which is paid ads on search engine results pages. If you go to Google or Bing or any other search engine with paid advertisements, those are search engine marketing ads. There are a ton of channels where you can run SEM ads but Google AdWords is by far the largest SEM channel for advertisers. We show you some different examples of Search Engine Marketing ads through Google, Bing, and Pinterest. There are a ton of examples and a quick Google Search will generally help you understand what SEM ads look like. One important thing to note is that your SEM ads can be images that including product listings. These campaigns are managed by uploading your product feed to the Google Merchant Center and running Google Shopping campaigns. Instead of your standard SEM text ad, you can run SEM visual ads that include images of your products, descriptions, reviews, and more. Search Engine Marketing ads are constantly changing. They used to just be standard text ads where you can click through to a website. Today, you can run clickable mobile ad formats that allow people to call you with one click. You can run Sitelink Extensions and show off 4 different important pages on your website. You can run Review Extensions and show people the average reviews for your business, which can create trust instantly. You can run Structured Snippets, which can show off brands, amenities, neighborhoods, products, promotions, and more. You can run App Extensions so people on a mobile phone can simply download your app, giving them a better user experience. You can run Location Extensions and show where your business is, which can drive additional foot traffic. There are so many different things you can do with Search Engine Marketing ads. The main benefit is you can put your ad directly where people are looking. It's like having your plumbing ad directly in front of people looking for plumbers at that exact moment. It has all but replaced Yellow Pages type advertisements (even though those still exist) because you can dynamically change your SEM ads throughout the year.
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Google Display Network Targeting Methods - GDN Targeting Strategy and Options Explained
Discover all of the Google Display Network Targeting Methods and a Strategy you can use. When it comes to Google Display Network Targeting Options, you have so many different ways to reach your audience and drive conversions. This tutorial will go through the beginning of the creation of a Google AdWords Display Advertising campaign and we focus on targeting methods. Google Analytics and Google Display When it comes to location targeting, geo targeting, demographic targeting, household income, age targeting, and gender targeting, you should use your Google Analytics data to drive your decisions. It doesn't make sense to target people who are less likely to convert, so focus on layering your targeting options to reach the best people. Audience targeting on the Google Display Network Demographics Targeting allows you to target your advertisements based on locations, ages, genders, and device types. Affinity Audience Targeting allows advertisers with TV type campaigns to extend a campaign online a reach an effective audience. These are large, broad audiences that might not drive direct conversions, but they are effective for expanding a campaign. In-market: Show ads to users who have been searching for products and services like yours. These users may be looking to make a purchase, or have previously made a purchase and could still be interested enough to interact with your ads. Custom intent: Choose words or phrases related to the people that are most likely to engage with your site and make purchases by using "custom intent audiences." In addition to keywords, custom intent audiences lets you add URLs for websites, apps, or YouTube content related to your audience's interests. Similar audiences: Expand your audience by targeting users with interests related to the users in your remarketing lists. These users aren't searching for your products or services directly, but their related interests may lead them to interacting with your ads. Remarketing: Target users that have already interacted with your ads, website, or app so that they'll see your ads more often. These users can be in any stage of conversion, as long as they've visited your site or clicked on your ad before. These users may even return to complete a purchase. In conclusion, Google Display Network targeting and content options don't have to be difficult to understand. Hopefully, our Google Display Network GDN targeting strategy and tutorial can work for you to drive sales, leads, and conversions.
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What is gclid? What is Google Click ID? Gclid Example, How to Use gclid and how gclid works
You might be asking What is gclid? What is Google Click ID? We go through a Gclid Example, we teach you how to Use gclid and we go over how gclid works. You can understand the importance of Google Click IDs and why you see them appended at the end of URLs after you click on advertisements. A GCLID is called a "Google Click ID" or Google Click Identifier." It is a tracking identifier that is generated when someone searches on of your targeted keywords and clicks on your ad. Everytime your ad gets a click through AdWords, a gclid will be added to the end to track the campaign, costs, cost/click, sessions, bounce rate, ad group targeting, keyword targeting, which ad was driving clicks, and conversion data. You can also generate gclid in Bing Ads by going to your account settings. That will enable auto-tagging in Bing Ads, which will help you track your campaigns into Google Analytics. It's very simple to set-up and it makes your life as a PPC advertiser much easier. If you are an advertiser who want to make sure you are tracking your campaigns properly in Google AdWords, you first need to link your Google Ads account to your Google Analytics account. Once you do that, you can go to Google Analytics and Enable Auto-Tagging tracking for your URLs. You can do that through the 'Google Ads Linking' URL on the Admin screen of your Google Analytics Account. After that, you want to head to your Google AdWords account and click on Overview. Then, on the left hand side you can click on settings and make sure that Auto-Tagging is enabled in AdWords. This will automatically add gclid's to the end of your URLs when someone clicks on your Google AdWords ad. The best way to optimize your Google Ads campaigns is with proper data, conversion tracking, sales tracking, and offline conversion tracking. By setting up Google AdWords and linking it to Google Analytics, you can quickly enable Auto-Tagging to get all of these features. Then, you don't have to worry about using the Google URL builder. If you are curious about UTM Tagging vs. Adwords Auto-tagging, setting up Auto-Tagging will automatically add a Gclid to the end of your URL to track your campaigns. UTM Tracking is done manually and you will have to track each URL.
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Facebook Canvas Ads Tutorial 2018 - Facebook Canvas Posts and Ad Examples 2018
What is a Facebook Canvas Ad? Our Facebook Canvas Ads tutorial will teach you about the Facebook canvas builder, canvas posts, and show Facebook Canvas Ad Examples. Our goal is to give you a step-by-step look at what the Facebook Canvas Format is and how to use it properly. By the end of the video, you should have a strong understand of how to create Facebook Canvas Ads, how to use them as posts for your page, and how to add different components properly. Your next step is to go into the Facebook Ads Manager or Power Editor section and start working with the Canvas Ad format yourself. Quick Questions: What is a Facebook Canvas Ad? Facebook Canvas Ads are a type of ad format that is a full-screen mobile experience. You can add buttons, text, images, carousels, and videos. You can run your latest commercial and link out to your top products or show all of the different services your company offers. You can run a contest or use the canvas format to show off your latest promotion. You absolutely want to get started with this beautiful ad format if you have not already because it will improve your mobile advertising results and increase your conversions. Can I Create Instagram Canvas Ads? Your canvas ad format will run on Facebook and Instagram if you choose. It will only run on mobile devices but you can run the same exact Canvas Ad you create on Instagram and on Facebook using the same targeting as well. Canvas Ads for Instagram can work very well. Where can I create Facebook Canvas Ads? You can either go to the Publishing Tools portion of your Facebook page or go into the Power Editor and Create a New Ad in a Canvas format. You can also create a new Canvas Mobile Post on your page by clicking to Upload a New Photo or Video and selecting Canvas from the list. How Do I Use Facebook Canvas Ads? You can use them in your Facebook Advertising campaigns just like you would a normal ad. However, they will only show in the Mobile News Feed, which isn't a problem considering the majority of people are on Mobile devices. Where Can I Find Facebook Canvas Examples? You can first look at this URL from Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/business/news/introducing-canvas. In addition, our video will show you a Canvas Ad and what it will look like in the Mobile Newsfeed. Helpful URLs: Facebook Canvas Ads Homepage - https://www.facebook.com/business/learn/facebook-create-ad-canvas-ads Facebook Canvas Ads Specs - https://www.facebook.com/business/ads-guide/canvas/facebook-feed/traffic Canvas is a fullscreen experience for mobile devices. Advertisers can build their own Canvas posts and ads, or create Canvas templates from a list of options for their specific business goals. The canvas experience is initiated with a click on a mobile news feed ad. These feed ads for canvas can use use either an image, video, or carousel. Facebook Canvas Ad Technical Requirements: Minimum Image Width: 400px Minimum Image Height: 150px Aspect Ratio Tolerance: 3% The Supported Facebook Advertising Campaign objectives include: Traffic, Reach, Brand Awareness, Traffic, Post Engagement, Lead Generation, Video Views, and Conversions. Video Description: We first start by going over some of the campaign objectives you can use Canvas Ads for above. You cannot use the format for Campaign Objectives like Page Likes or Event Responses but you can use them for basically every other type of campaign. We prefer to use them for Website Conversion campaigns to get the best results. We create our Canvas Ads in the Publishing Tools section of our page. All you need to do is go to your Facebook page, click on the Publishing Tools link at the top, click on the Canvas button down the left side, and click on the Create button. You will be prompted to look at some Canvas Ads tips, examples, recommendations, best practices, specs, and templates. You can definitely get started with a template but we wanted to go through the actual Facebook Canvas Ads when you are building them Component by Component. For our Facebook Canvas Ad, we are pretending that we want new clients for Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook Ads. We will demonstrate some of our successes, case studies, show a video, create an image banner, create a carousel, and entice people with a call-to-action button on the bottom of the format.
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Improve Google Ads Click-Through Rate Today - 8 Advanced Ways to Increase Google AdWords CTR
Learn how to increase and Improve Google Ads Click-Through Rate - 8 Advanced Ways to Increase Google AdWords CTR. If you have ever wondered How do I increase my CTR or how do I increase my Google ad clicks, this is the video for you. We focus on the how to optimize your campaign and increase your click-through rate. It can be difficult to improve AdWords CTR, especially as a beginner, so we have 8 advanced methods that will help you today. How to Increase Your Google AdWords Click-Through Rate: We have 8 advanced methods to improve your click-through rate and a total of 13 total methods if you want our other video. 1 - Organize Your Campaigns 2 - Avoid broad match keywords 3 - Dynamic Keyword Insertion Ads: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VusnfBfeF_U 4 - Countdown Ads: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jn5g-i1HOA 5 - Use Call-To-Actions In Your Ads 6 - Create Great Ads - Capitalize the first letter of each word - Use keywords in ad copy - 3 Ads per ad group - Optimize Display URL 7 - Audiences 8 - A/B Test Landing pages Related Videos: What is a good click-through rate for google ads, google display, and facebook ads? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0iKOOhWHLfA The average CTR for a search ad is 1.91%, and 0.35% for a display ad. The average CTR for a Facebook ad is 0.90%. If you understand average click-through rates and what a good click-through rate is, you can create better goals. 5 Simple Ways to Improve AdWords Click-Through Rate - Improve Google Ads CTR for Search Campaigns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7qefF6o3-s How to Increase Your Google AdWords Click-Through Rate: 1 - Add negative keywords 2 - Understand Auction Insights 3 - Increase Your Bids to a Competitive Level 4 - Optimize Your Text Ads by using the latest ad formats and making them as relevant as possible 5 - Optimize your Ad Extensions 10 Ways To Create Great Google AdWords Text Ads - Improve Google Ad Clicks and Quality Score: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ox_yeMjLmw Click-Through Rate's Impact on Quality Score and Ad Rank: Your Ad Rank is calculated by your bid and your quality score. A higher quality score can help you bid lower and achieve the same results. Improving your Click-Through Rate is one of the best ways to improve your Quality Score. If you can improve your Click-Through Rate, improve your Landing Page experience, and optimize your Ad Relevance, you can achieve a quality score of 10/10. Then, you can actually bid less than competitors and still achieve a higher Ad Rank, which is why Quality Score is so important for optimizing your campaigns. When your Click-Through Rate (CTR) goes up, your cost-per-click will likely start to decrease. That's why we focus on improving Expected CTR every single week. Increasing CTR for PPC is not easy, so you absolutely need to work at it.
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Google Responsive Display Ads Tutorial - Google Display Network Responsive Ads Best Practices
Check out our Google Responsive Display Ads tutorial updated for 2019. We cover Google AdWords Display Network Responsive Ads examples, strategies, and best practices. Responsive Google Display Network Ads have become the default display ad that now runs on the Google Display Network (GDN). Google Display Network Targeting Options: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jiYeW6ceRo Google Display Advertising Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRTlNFPQCHk What is the Google Display Network: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_ybnH2tJ4c Google AdWords Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMvSWDtZGVo About Responsive Display Ads Responsive display ads are replacing responsive ads as the default ad type for the Display Network. They can be used in standard Display campaigns as well as Smart Display campaigns. To create a responsive display ad, simply upload your assets (images, headlines, logos, and descriptions), and Google will automatically generate ads to be shown on the Google Display Network. Benefits of Using Google Responsive Display Ads: Optimize Your Ads More Effectively You can quickly optimize your responsive display ads because all you need to do is upload several images, upload several logos, and create ad copy and Google will create hundreds of versions of your advertisements. Broader Reach Your responsive ads will dynamically change so they will fit in every single format. It is very time consuming to create different banner sizes, so responsive ads are the best way to go on the Google Display Network. Save Time Instead of creating hundreds of static banner display ads, you can create hundreds of responsive display ads in a fraction of the time. Can be Used with Dynamic Remarketing If you are using Dynamic Retargeting for your Google Display Ads campaigns, you can use Responsive ads and it makes set-up much easier and more efficient.
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Google AdWords Smart Bidding - The Google Ads Bid Strategies You Need To Use in 2018
Discover the best Google AdWords Bidding Strategies specifically related to Google Ads Smart Bidding. Our Google AdWords Bidding Tutorial will give you tips, strategies, and ideas for the process. Google Ads Smart Bidding: https://surfsideppc.com/google-ads-smart-bidding/ We explain Google AdWords Smart Bidding below so that you can use it for your campaign. There are several different automated bidding strategies you can use for your campaigns. Any Google AdWords Automated Bidding Strategy That Includes The Use of Machine-Learning to Optimize For Goals like Conversions Or Return on Ad Spend (ROAS). 1. Enhanced CPC (ECPC) 2. Maximize Conversions 3. Target CPA (Cost-Per-Acquisition) 4. Target ROAS (Return On Ad Spend) 1. Enhanced CPC (ECPC) Smart Bidding Strategy that uses your bids and campaign data and signals like Geo, Demo, Device and more to increase bids when conversions are more likely and decrease bids when conversions are less likely. 2. . Maximize Conversions Smart Bidding Strategy that gives Google AdWords complete control to drive as many conversions as possible within your budget. 3. Target CPA (Cost-Per-Acquisition) Smart Bidding Strategy that uses previous conversion data and campaign data to bid for conversions at a specific cost per conversion. You need 15+ conversions in a 30-day period to use this strategy. 4. Target ROAS (Return On Ad Spend) Smart Bidding Strategy that uses previous conversion data and campaign data to bid for conversions at a specific % ROAS. You need 15+ conversions in a 30-day period to use this strategy. Google AdWords Smart Bidding: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/7065882?hl=en Portfolio Bid Strategies: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/6263058?hl=en&ref_topic=6294205 Target CPA Bidding: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/6268632?hl=en&ref_topic=6294205 Target ROAS Bidding: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/6268637?hl=en&ref_topic=6294205 If you are interested in learning more about Google Ads Smart Bidding and Google AdWords Bidding Strategies, our tutorial and strategies will give you all the tools you need. I generally start campaigns with Manual CPC using Enhanced CPC, so Google can automatically adjust my bids using machine learning. Smart Bidding is a subset of automated bid strategies that use machine learning to optimize for conversions or conversion value in each and every auction—a feature known as “auction-time bidding”. Target CPA, Target ROAS, Maximize Conversions, and Enhanced CPC (ECPC) are all Smart Bidding strategies.
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Google Ads Negative Keyword Tutorial - Bing Ads & AdWords Negative Keyword Lists and Match Types
Check out our Google Ads Negative Keyword Tutorial - Bing Ads & AdWords Negative Keyword Lists and Match Types. Negative Keywords in Google AdWords and Bing Ads don't have to be difficult so we try to break it down. In addition, we will talk about negative keyword match types and strategies. This tutorial is 100% about the Google Ads Search Network and the Bing Ads Search Network and does not include the Display & Video network. Negative Keywords Google Ads and Bing Ads: https://surfsideppc.com/negative-keywords-google-ads-bing-ads/ What Are Google AdWords And Bing Ads Negative Keywords? https://surfsideppc.com/what-are-google-adwords-and-bing-ads-negative-keywords/ Negative keywords allow you to exclude certain keywords from search terms and search queries. You want to focus on the keywords that drive sales, leads, and results for your business. Negative keywords can improve your targeting and optimize your Google AdWords and Bing Ads campaigns. Better keyword targeting and an organized campaign will drive more leads and sales and a better return on investment (ROI). Types of Negative Keywords When it comes to Google AdWords search campaigns, you have the ability to use Negative Broad Match, Negative Phrase Match, and Negative Exact Match keywords. It is important to note that they perform somewhat differently and you need to add synonyms, singular, and plural versions. In addition, negative broad match keywords are slightly different than positive broad match keywords. When it comes to Display and Video Campaigns Negative Broad Match Keywords This type is the default for your negative keywords. For negative broad match keywords, your ad won't show if the search contains all your negative keyword terms, even if the terms are in a different order. Your ad may still show if the search contains only some of your keyword terms. Negative Phrase Match Keywords For negative phrase match keywords, your ad won't show if the search contains the exact keyword terms in the same order. The search may include additional words, but the ad won't show as long as all the keyword terms are included in the search in the same order. Negative Exact Match Keywords For negative exact match keywords, your ad won't show if the search contains the exact keyword terms, in the same order, without extra words. Your ad may still show if the search contains the keyword terms with additional words.
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Pinterest Ads Tutorial - How to Set-Up Pay-Per-Click Advertising on Pinterest
You can visit our website: http://www.surfsideppc.com In this video, we go over the best practices for setting up a Pinterest Ads Traffic campaign. There is plenty for you to consider from keywords, interests, custom audiences, retargeting audiences, locations, genders, ages, devices, and more. The Pinterest Advertising platform has continued to improve and our Pinterest Ads Tutorial, which is updated for 2017, is perfect for you to learn from. Some of the most important things to consider are your targeting and the Pinterest Pin you promote. One of the awesome things about Pinterest is you promote a Pin you upload directly to your profile. As you continue to promote your pin, you can drive paid and organic traffic to your website. You can help your Pinterest pin go viral by following our tutorial above. We recommend setting up multiple Pinterest pins and tracking your Pinterest Advertising campaigns into Google Analytics. By utilizing Google Analytics campaign tracking, you will be able to see what your best performing campaigns, ad groups, ads, and targeting are at any moment. Then, you can use that data to drive conversions and drive sales from Pinterest advertising. I have been able to make money online by using Pinterest Advertising as well. The way I do this is by promoting pins that direct traffic to my affiliate marketing websites. Pinterest affiliate marketing is a great way to make money online and by promoting your Pinterest pins, you can drive traffic to your website.
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Google Dynamic Search Ads Tutorial 2019 - How To Setup Google Ads Dynamic Search Ads Campaigns
Check out our Dynamic Search Ads Tutorial for 2019 for Google AdWords. Google Ads Dynamic Search Ads campaigns can be difficult to figure out at first, so we put together a step-by-step tutorial for beginners to follow. If you haven't tried this type of campaign yet, we will show you the dynamic search ads setup and how easy it can be, regardless of your experience level. So get started with Dynamic Search Ads AdWords Tutorial by watching our video. You can first check out our Google Ads Tutorial for 2019 below if you are interested in setting up search network campaigns. Google Ads Tutorial 2019: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLeduV-d7lc& To get started, we signed in to our Google Ads account. You definitely want to link your Google Analytics account and import any conversions before you get started. That will allow you to track your campaigns properly into Google Analytics with Auto-Tagging and optimize for conversions like sales or leads. If you want to get the most out of your campaigns, these are some vital first steps. Next, you want to upload your Page Feed through Google Ads by going to Tools and clicking on Business Data and then clicking on the Plus Sign on the next screen and uploading your Page Feed. You can upload different URLs and set Labels for each of the URLs, which will help with targeting for your Dynamic Search Ads campaign. Next, you want to start by creating a new Search campaign, choosing your goal, entering your website, naming your campaign, and choosing Search Network Only with Search Partners. Then, you want to select the box that says 'Enable Dynamic Search Ads for this campaign' when you are in the Google Ads set-up screen. You can enter your URL, and choose to use Google's index of your website, use your custom page feed, or use a combination of both. You can then go through the rest of your campaign set-up including selecting your bidding strategy, budget, setting up ad extensions, and more. Once you get to the next screen, you can create your Google AdWords Ad Groups with Dynamic Search Ads targeting. You can choose to enter specific URLs, enter your entire website, use Google's categories, use your Page Feed, and really anything to target your website for Google Ads. The best practice for Dynamic Search Ads through Google AdWords for 2018 and 2019 is to set-up your targeting into different ad groups. What is a dynamic search ad? Dynamic search ads use your website for targeting and you do not have to set-up your Ad Headlines, Display URLs, or Final URLs. Google will use their index of your website or you can upload a specific page feed for your targeting. Dynamic search ads through Google Ads will set-up targeting and ads almost automatically, rather than your standard method of targeting keywords and creating custom ads. How do I create a dynamic search ad? Our video will guide you through the process, but ultimately, you will have the option to enable Dynamic Search Ads for your campaign when you start setting it up. How do I get rid of dynamic search ads? You can just pause your campaign and create Standard Ad Groups that target keywords instead. You are not forced to use Dynamic Search Ads in any Google Ads campaign, so if you change your mind, you can change your targeting to exact match keywords, phrase match keywords, and broad match keywords instead. If you're wondering how to create dynamic search ads, our tutorial will guide you through the entire process, which has changed slightly from 2018 into 2019. One other thing to keep in mind is you want to add dynamic search ads negative keywords to get the best performance out of your campaign. Now, responsive search ads and dynamic search ads are slightly different, so make sure you don't get them confused. Dynamic search ads can be used for ecommerce website or standard websites.
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Google Ads Remarketing Tutorial 2019
Check out our Google Ads Remarketing Tutorial for 2019. We go over Google Retargeting Ads and how to create Remarketing Audiences based on your website traffic, YouTube channel, and more. Google AdWords Remarketing has been one of the best display advertising strategies since the feature was released, and it continues to be a best practice. We go over the Google Ads Remarketing Setup for 2018-2019 and beyond. You can learn exactly how to create Google Remarketing Audiences using Google Analytics or Google Ads. Google Ads Remarketing: https://surfsideppc.com/google-ads-remarketing/ We start by showing you the Audience Manager section in Google Ads. From there, we go into Google Analytics and make sure our Google Ads and Google Analytics accounts are linked. Once your accounts are linked, you want to make sure you have Remarketing enabled in Google Analytics, which will allow you to create audiences and publish them to your Google AdWords account. Google Display Ads Tutorial 2019: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRLdAjdWfTc 11 Google Display Ads Strategies 2019: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKOFxwewICg Google Ads Audience Targeting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icntSFvbQwY&t=8s Google Display Network Targeting Methods Explained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jiYeW6ceRo Google Ads Tutorial 2019: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLeduV-d7lc Google Ads Remarketing Tag - You don't actually need to use the Google Ads pixel to create your audiences. We show you how to do everything through Google Analytics, which is much easier because you generally want Google Analytics set-up on your website regardless. Google Ads Remarketing Cost - The cost is no different than your standard Display Campaigns, all you need to do is set-up your audiences and target them like you would Custom Intent audiences, In-Market audiences, Affinity audiences, and more. We highly recommend using smart bidding strategies like Target CPA or Target ROAS so you can drive leads, sales, and conversions. How to Set-Up Google Remarketing - First, you want to make sure you have a source for creating audiences, whether you use the Remarketing Tag or Google Analytics. Then, you want to set-up your audiences and publish them in Google AdWords. There are a variety of audiences you can create. Once you create your audience, you can set them as your targeting in your Ad Groups as you create a Google Ads display advertising campaign. You can also use Remarketing audiences for search ads and for your video ads. We focus more on Remarketing lists for display ads. Remarketing Lists - Our Google ads retargeting tutorial will show you exactly how to create lists of audiences based on your website, app, videos, and more. Once you create the lists, whether you want to target people who have visited specific pages, new users, returning users, and more, you can easily target them in your campaign.
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YouTube Advertising Campaign Tutorial 2018 - How to Set-up YouTube Video Ads with Google AdWords
Check out our YouTube Advertising Campaign Tutorial updated for 2017-2018. Our YouTube Ads Tutorial will show you how to use Google AdWords to run a YouTube Ads campaign. We go through YouTube Advertising strategies, targeting, tips, ad formats, costs, and more. Regardless of what you are trying to set-up, we tried to cover in our YouTube Advertising strategies lesson. No longer do you have to struggle through your paid video advertising campaigns on YouTube, we give you step-by-step tips to create successful campaigns in Google AdWords. We first start at the main page of Google AdWords. You will need a Google account and a YouTube video to promote in order to run a campaign. You want to click on the wrench icon in the top right hand corner and then go to Linked Accounts. Under Linked Accounts, you will see options like Google Analytics, Google Merchant Center, Google Search Console, and most importantly, YouTube. When you click on the Details button, you can then link your YouTube and Google AdWords accounts. By linking these two accounts, you can get more engagement metrics, set-up remarketing audiences, and unlock all the data & statistics you would ever need. Linking the accounts will let you know how your YouTube advertising campaigns are performing in terms of driving website clicks, conversions, new subscribers, engagements on your channel, and more.
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11 Google Ads Strategies For 2019
Check out 11 Google Ads strategies for 2019. We cover some of the top google adwords strategies, best practices, tips, and tricks for you to get the most out of your google ads budget. You can learn the Google Ads best practices for beginners in 2019 and beyond. It can be really difficult to get started, so you can real our video description below and see some of our helpful videos so you can learn as much as possible. Google Ads Tutorials Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCKZKQoSq6y4PlNrLqTbA-oQ8GFPn_eeh Google Ads Tutorial For Beginners 2019 - Google AdWords Tutorial For Search Campaigns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLeduV-d7lc Google Ads Extensions Explained For 2019: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8hh68Hqd-Y Top 8 PPC Trends For 2019 - Pay-Per-Click Advertising and SEM Trends and Strategies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_GCH_G298Q Google Ads Custom Intent Audiences: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3q7_w6Ed0Tc Google Ads Keyword Planner Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUdeh-jljYg 11 Google Ads Strategies: 1 - Use The Google Keyword Planner or UberSuggest Google Keyword Planner Tutorial: https://surfsideppc.com/google-keyword-planner/ 2 - Import Google Analytics Conversions for Google Ads Conversion Tracking. Optimize Your Campaigns For Conversions 3 - Use Target CPA or Target ROAS automated smart bidding strategies 4 - Create Remarketing Audiences 5 - Create Custom Intent Audiences 6 - Use Audience Targeting for your Search Campaigns 7 - Create 3 Ads Per Ad Group including using Google Expanded Text Ads and Google Responsive Search Ads 8 - Use Ad Extensions including Sitelink Extensions, Call Extensions, Callout Extensions, and more. 9 - Use the Search Terms Report to Find Negative Keyword Ideas. 10 - Separate Google Search Ads campaigns, Google Display Ads campaigns, and Google YouTube Video Advertising campaigns. 11 - Test All Campaign Types including Dynamic Search Ads, Gmail Ads, Display Ads, Search Ads, and more.
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Bing Ads Auto Tagging for Google Analytics Tutorial - Track Bing Ads in Google Analytics
Check out our tutorial about how to set-up Bing Ads auto tagging to track your campaigns into Google Analytics. We show you how to set-up UTM tracking so you can monitor Bing Ads conversions and optimize your PPC advertising campaigns. Rather than adding tracking to every one of your URLs for your text ads, you want to set-up auto tagging so that utm tags are created automatically for Google Analytics. One of the major mistakes new advertisers make is not tracking their campaigns. How do you know how many sales and leads you are driving due to Bing Ads if you don't have tracking set-up properly? How do you optimize your campaigns if you aren't using Bing Ads conversion tracking? That's why you absolutely need to set-up auto tagging and you can quickly and easily see all of your campaign results, stats, and more due to your PPC Advertising spend in Bing Ads.
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How To Set Up Your First Google AdWords Search Campaign 2016-2017 - Surfside PPC
Need Google AdWords Help? Contact Surfside PPC: http://www.surfsideppc.com/contact/ Subscribe to the Surfside PPC YouTube channel! Visit us at http://www.surfsideppc.com for more information and for any PPC Advertising Services you might need for your business. Feel free to share our videos wherever you'd like. When you are getting started with Pay-Per-Click Advertising (PPC), one of the largest channels you will use is Google AdWords. Google AdWords is the service used by Advertisers to place their search, display, video, and app advertisements across the Google Search, Display, and Video networks. Using Google AdWords, you are able to target keywords, set your ads, bid for clicks, and drive results to your website. Not only can you increase leads and overall awareness for your business, but you can also increase revenue and conversions as well. This video will detail how to go about setting up your very first Google AdWords Search Network campaign. We will help you build your campaign with the proper settings, create organized ad groups by theme, target relevant keywords for your business, create multiple advertisements that stand out, and how to drive results to your website properly.
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LinkedIn Advertising Tutorial 2018 - LinkedIn Ads Tutorial From Beginner to Advanced
Check out our LinkedIn Advertising Tutorial updated for 2017 and 2018. Our LinkedIn Ads Tutorial will take you from beginner to advanced as we go through all of the different campaign types, tips, costs, and how to optimize campaigns. Surfside PPC wants to give you LinkedIn Advertising best practices so you can keep costs low and drive more leads, sales, and revenue. LinkedIn Advertising Article on Surfside PPC: https://surfsideppc.com/linkedin-advertising-tutorial-create-linkedin-ads/ LinkedIn Advertising can be difficult to learn at first, so our tutorial will help you get started.
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