What’s New with Google?

One of the things that I love about Google is that there is always something new in the works. This keeps the lives of digital marketers interesting (and busy). This is an especially exciting time because the Google search results are changing so much. Recently, Google removed right rail ads to make the results more consistent across device types. This has opened up new options for paid search ad formats. Additional paid search real estate is now becoming available with Google’s Expanded Text Ads offering and Google is testing wider listings in the search results. Read on for more information. […]

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What’s New with Google Search Results?

There is big news on the Google front. These changes are likely to impact both your paid search and SEO strategy. For those who have not heard of the search results changes, here is the scoop. Since Google’s launch, they have had a similar search results layout. We have all become accustomed to 3 paid search results on the top of the page, up to 8 paid search results on the right rail, and SEO results immediately underneath the top 3 paid search ads. We would see occasional paid search ads at the very bottom of the page, although, those […]

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Cozy Up and Learn About Consumer Behavior for National Hot Tea Month

This past week (and for the last few months) Philly Marketing Labs has been focusing on giving you valuable and usable information regarding Consumer Behavior. Our latest Meet Up put a nice bow on our focus on Consumer Behavior. Thank you to all who came out to discuss the topic with us and for my fellow co-workers who provided excellent and usable information to the attendees. We have these events quarterly, and you can join our Main Line Digital Marketing Meet Up to be notified of upcoming events on a variety of topics. If you haven’t been following us on Twitter, Google+ […]

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5 Tips to Increase Positive Consumer Behavior on Your Website

As a smartphone owner on the clumsy end of gracefulness, my wallet frequents the shopping carts of Amazon and various online shops searching for anything I can find to protect my device. In a last ditch effort to save some money and slice the waiting time in half, I recently splurged for Amazon Prime. Now I pretty much solely purchase through Amazon Prime because of the free two-day shipping, and because, well, I paid for the membership. Big online sellers are finding new and innovative methods of grabbing and keeping buyers (like me) to create brand loyalty. In fact, just […]

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The Top 7 Paid Search Highlights of 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]2015 was a big year in the world of paid search. Google always has a lot of rollouts and changes, and this year was no exception. Bing and Yahoo both have pretty big updates as well, but those will have more of an impact in the coming year. More on that shortly. Now that we are in a New Year and looking ahead to our 2016 marketing strategies, it is important to make sure that we are fully utilizing the latest and greatest that paid search has to offer. For the features and tools already released, your competitors already have […]

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