Advertisers have always been able to refer to the quality score of an ad in Google AdWords to see how the engine ranks your ads. With a ranking of 1-10 (with 10 being the best), you can see how AdWords feels your ad and landing page resonate with one another and your keywords. What hasn’t always been clear is how the Quality Score is determined. However, Google added new Quality Score reporting columns in May that provide a bit more clarification on what makes up the score.
Wondering if Snapchat is worth your time? Well, on any given day, Snapchat reaches 100 million+ people, which includes over 41% of all 18 to 34 year olds in the United States. The mobile platform has evolved into a “must-download” app with any new phone purchase or upgrade. Luckily for brands, the platform has opened the doors to paid advertising with On-Demand Geofilters.