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The Google AdWords platform provides very good data. It’s enough to determine how your ads are performing, what’s working and what can be improved. But what if I told you that there was one simple change that can make your data not just good, but great? This simple change will open doors… rather, break down walls, to increased optimization opportunities and conversion potential. And guess what? It won’t cost you a thing.
As of October 26th, 2016 Google AdWords will officially move to expanded text ads only. While both the standard text ads and expanded text ads are currently available for advertisers to use in the platform, it would be a good idea to begin migrating over and using expanded text ads exclusively. Here is what you can look forward to with the roll out of expanded text ads and also some metrics to consider once they are live.
We’ve all had the painful experience of logging into an AdWords account and seeing those 3 bright orange words jump out at us: “Limited By Budget.” It’s as if Google is telling us we’re doing something wrong, or that there’s an error in our campaigns.