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Google Ads Partner Program: What it is and why it’s pointless

The timeline of bringing on new business is a long one. It involves a lot of Q&A calls in order for clients to become comfortable enough with an agency’s process to form a partnership. In that vetting process, two questions always come up: How do you bill, and are you a Google Partner in Google …

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Google’s Annual Sales Pitch

Last week, Google hosted its annual Google Marketing Live where marketers from around the globe flock to the search capital of the world at Summit View to hear the latest sales pitch. I don’t call it an announcement because it’s a sales pitch. A pitch to get marketers to hop on the bandwagon and rely …

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How Does Your Agency Staff Your Account?

I was scrolling through the black hole known as my Instagram feed and stumbled across this video: [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5f8hjzxmkA&w=560&h=315] It struck a chord. Three professional athletes with decades of experience in the same sport, thousands of practice hours and hundreds of miles ran against 100 kids. Nevermind the volume, it’s certainly cheaper to pay the …

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Is Your Agency Profiting Off Click Fraud Credits?

• As a brand, do you have an agency managing your AdWords account? • Do you have access to your account? • Are you running Google Display Network campaigns? • Does the monthly spend in the AdWords UI equal the same spend on your agency invoice?   If you answered “no” to the second question, …

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Apple is about to crush your remarketing dreams.

If you’ve been relying on attribution tracking and driving users down the path to conversion through remarketing, you might want to hold on… I might ruin your week. Over the summer Apple announced a High Sierra version of Safari. It includes the Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) feature that’s scheduled to go live on September 25th. …

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An Overlooked Feature in Search: Beta Testing

Every few weeks, Google releases new features in AdWords they test before pushing out the all advertisers. Some are only available to select clients in closed tests. Some are released to the public after testing. Some close without ever seeing the light of day. These tests are Betas. If you’re not familiar with them, Betas …

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Here’s What’s Wrong with Google Attribution

A few weeks ago at Google Marketing Next, Google Attribution was released. Search strategists rejoiced, brands got all teary-eyed and marketing managers popped champagne bottles. Their attribution prayers have finally been answered. On the other hand, in our office eyes rolled, laughs were stifled and chairs emptied with the announcement. Yes, the integration between DoubleClick …

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Programmatic TV: The Good, The Bad, The Fuzzy – Part 2

If you read Part 1 of this programmatic TV series, you probably already understand that programmatic TV offers many benefits such as lower costs, the ability to integrate third party data for more granular targeting and a more automated media process. You might already be considering it as a saving grace for your TV buys. …

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Programmatic TV: The Good, The Bad, The Fuzzy – Part 1

In order to truly dive into the programmatic TV space, let us first separate it into the way we see it: the good, the bad and the fuzzy. This first blog post will tackle the good, everything that we have come to love in buying TV programmatically. TV upfronts are a 50 year old tradition …

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