Advertising Advice

Whether it’s free or paid, advertising your business is a strategic part of your overall marketing plan. These blog posts by our subject matter experts touch on what’s happening in local advertising. Mobile, print, online, radio, TV, direct mail, email, offers… how are you using these types of advertising?

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AdWords Callouts: Expand your Ad Space

Last July I posted about the ever-shifting size and shape of Google text ads. Last week Google introduced another feature that follows this trend: callout extensions. Much like phone and sitelink extensions, callout extensions give you the opportunity to create a larger ad with a higher likelihood of conversion. But they also offer the chance to try a…continue reading …

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The Benefits of Twitter Advertising for Your Business

Has your business considered using Twitter ads? Earlier in the month Twitter revamped their advertising interface by making it easier for marketers and business owners to set up and launch campaigns. If you are a newcomer to Twitter ads or an experienced user, the new system is easier now with clearer campaign objectives and step-by-step instructions….continue reading …

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Dynamic Sitelinks – Free Clicks with a Catch

Google has made a number of improvements to their ad sitelinks extensions since they launched in 2009. Many of those changes have been cosmetic, including one-line text links, larger text sizes, text snippets, and more. All of this has been in the service of driving more clicks to Google advertisers. Their latest update not only offers potential improvements…continue reading …

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AdCenter Feature Catch-Up: Matching the Competition

Bing recently made some announcements that bring their feature set a little closer to what Google offers. They’ve improved several areas, including tweaks to geographical targeting, bid suggestions, and keyword delivery statuses. These changes may seem minor, but they could have a big impact when it comes to optimizing your AdCenter campaigns. Geographical Targeting Until recently,…continue reading …