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Pay Per Click for Niche Clients

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013 | Permalink

This week Matt Umbro (@Matt_Umbro) came up a lively, and at times NSFW, question set titled “PPC for Niche Clients.” The following is the transcribed Streamcap from the live chat:

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Remarketing in 2013

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013 | Permalink

This week James Svoboda (@Realicity) guest hosted, asking an interesting question set titled “Remarketing in 2013.” The following is the transcribed Streamcap from the live chat:

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Auditing Pay Per Click Accounts

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013 | Permalink

We had some good participation this week. Matt Umbro (@Matt_Umbro) came up with yet another great question set titled “Auditing PPC Accounts.” The following is the transcribed Streamcap from the live chat:

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2013 Pay Per Click Predictions

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013 | Permalink

This week Matt Umbro (@Matt_Umbro) kicks off 2013 with a question set titled “2013 PPC Predictions.” The following is the transcribed Streamcap from the live chat:

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PPC Chat Streamcap – Attending PPC Conferences

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 | Permalink

This week Matt Umbro (@Matt_Umbro) came up with yet another great question set titled “Attending PPC Conferences.” The following is the transcribed Streamcap from the live chat:

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PPCChat Roundup – April 5th, 2011

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011 | Permalink

PPCChat is off and running as the inaugural event drew many attendees to discuss several prominent PPC topics.  Seven of the ten questions were asked in the hour and ten minute chat as we saw many great points raised.  Among the topics discussed were:

Audience Based Targeting

Many pointed out that Google’s Display Network (GDN) is making good improvements, but still lacks the user volunteered content that Facebook and LinkedIn have at their disposal.  Managed placements are still the best way to target audiences in the GDN.  Gathering user content could be the reason for Google’s recent social ventures, including +1 and better Gmail ads.  David Szetela also brought up the notion of “audience-need targeting” being better than keyword targeting, but again, not as effective as managed placements.

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