Beware of The Phone Call From Google

If you are advertising using Google, you will likely at some point receive a call from a Google representative. One way that Google continues to grow is by assigning representatives to advertiser’s accounts in the role of account strategist. Depending on how much money you spend each month, will determine how often a Google Account … Continue reading “Beware of The Phone Call From Google”

What Google Removing Keyword Transparency Could Mean For Advertisers

One of the common misconceptions for those new to advertising with Google Shopping is that you want to generate as much traffic as possible. As with any marketing channel where you pay for traffic, this is blatantly false! With Google Shopping unlike Google Search there are no keywords. Instead, Google uses their algorithm to match … Continue reading “What Google Removing Keyword Transparency Could Mean For Advertisers”

Google Can Keep Their Stinkin’ Ping Pong Table Because I’m Not Doin’ It

In this article, I discuss the perks of being an official Google partner agency. What that means for us and for our clients. In being an official Google partner agency, Google offers my agency a variety of perks. One of those perks are rewards points based on how much our clients spend along with how … Continue reading “Google Can Keep Their Stinkin’ Ping Pong Table Because I’m Not Doin’ It”

Solving Puzzles: The Rubik’s Cube & Advertising Using Google Shopping

Growing up in the 1980’s, I can still remember the fad of the Rubik’s Cube. Kids of all ages would challenge themselves and others to solve the puzzle by aligning all the colors on each the sides. Once you were able to solve the puzzle, the next step would be to see how fast you … Continue reading “Solving Puzzles: The Rubik’s Cube & Advertising Using Google Shopping”

Piling On Using Bid Adjustments With Google Shopping

In my recently released book, Make Each Click Count Using Google Shopping, I dive into detail on the most effective ways to optimize product bids based on historical data. Within the book, I have dedicated different chapters to optimizing bids based on each of the following: optimizing based on mobile device; based on customer location; … Continue reading “Piling On Using Bid Adjustments With Google Shopping”

Google Ad Credits Have Finally Found U.S. Advertisers

Have you ever found money? Last week, I found 20 dollars in the pocket of my favorite pants. Obviously, it was already mine, but then again, I didn’t know I had the money, so it was indeed found. The funny thing with found money is that what you do with it is highly reliant on … Continue reading “Google Ad Credits Have Finally Found U.S. Advertisers”

Resuming Paid Advertising In A Post COVID World

Over the last few weeks as areas across the country have begun to slowly reopen, many of my private clients who paused their online advertising back in March have decided to relaunch their Google Ads Campaigns. I’m excited to announce that I’m seeing preliminary results based on advertising over the last few weeks and those … Continue reading “Resuming Paid Advertising In A Post COVID World”

My New Book – Make Each Click Count Using Google Shopping – Just Released

Last week, my new and second book Make Each Click Count Using Google Shopping – Revealing Profits & Strategies was released on Amazon! One question that I was immediately asked was “do you think it is wise to release your book in the midst of a worldwide pandemic?”. My answer was a resounding YES and … Continue reading “My New Book – Make Each Click Count Using Google Shopping – Just Released”

It’s Back To The Future With Google’s Free Shopping Ads

Last week, Google announced that after 8 years, they will once again start showing free ‘organic’ ads inside Google Shopping. For retailers, being able to show products for free means that any retailer can have their products showing within the Google Shopping tab as part of the surfaces across Google program. For advertisers already listing … Continue reading “It’s Back To The Future With Google’s Free Shopping Ads”

Top Action Items To Successfully Navigate The COVID-19 Environment With Paid Ads

Since the end of the 2008/2009 recession, life for companies marketing their products has been good. The employment rate has been low, and the economy has been booming. Customers have had plenty of discretionary income and businesses have subsequently thrived. Over the last few weeks this has all changed. The recent Coronavirus pandemic has drastically … Continue reading “Top Action Items To Successfully Navigate The COVID-19 Environment With Paid Ads”