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Google has released multiple updates to its algorithm over the past several months, which have caused an increasing amount of volatility in the rankings. On May 22, 2013, Google confirmed the Penguin 2.0 update. On June 11, 2013, Google confirmed monthly updates of Panda. On June 25, 2013, Google confirmed a phantom update rollout over the following weeks.
A Google search for “search engine optimization” will return upwards of 64 million results – the majority of which are tips, tutorials, and beginner guides. Every SEO has their own opinion on what factors and elements affect SEO and to what degree, but not everyone can back these opinions with relevant data. That’s why the Parallel Path SEO team will be embarking upon a series of tests in the coming months to try and answer some pertinent questions and provide the data to back up our findings.
Managing your paid search channel is a full time job, which is why you’ve hired an agency to help out. But just because you’ve outsourced this valued channel doesn’t mean you don’t need to keep up with how your agency is managing your channels. One thing you’re definitely going to hear a lot about (if you haven’t already) are ‘negative’ keywords.
When it comes to writing ad copy, the last thing you want is technology blocking your creativity. Follow these simple steps and you’ll be writing your ad copy more efficiently than ever!
Whether you’re new to PPC or you’re a seasoned ad copy aficionado, you should have an easy-to-access excel sheet with all the parameters set upon opening. Follow these 4 simple steps to Ad Writing Relief: