With 2016 fast nearing its end, we took some time out to compile a list of a few of our favourite things here at Intentional this year. Coffee: Padre – Daddy’s Girl. For those of you who like their coffee strong, Daddy’s Girl blend makes a killer latte. Plus in recent months has been a favourite...
Would you set a fox to guard the henhouse? If you’ve been using Facebook and solely relying on their data to optimise, then this is what you’ve actually allowed. Facebook came under fire yet again with their recent admission that they have again been overstating their metrics – the second admission in as many weeks.
The biggest news hitting online advertising circles in the last few days (though notably absent from the Adwords blog itself) is that Google is removing something that has been present in Adwords since day 1 - right hand side ads.Right hand side ads (traditionally ad positions 4 through to 8 on the Search Results page) were traditionally the bastion of advertisers who had tight Cost per Conversion/Acquisition limits - here on the right hand side, advertisers could bid low and know that even though they may not get click volume, they could get profit from these cheaper clicks.Why would Google remove the ability for advertisers to execute this perfectly valid strategy?