Google Ads’ updated Experiments page sheds campaign drafts and adds experiment sync

Google Ads is rolling out an updated Experiments page, the company announced Wednesday. In the new Experiments pages, advertisers no longer have to create a separate campaign draft and changes made to the original campaign are automatically synced to the experiment as well. An example of an experiment summary within Google Ads. Image: Google. WhyContinue reading “Google Ads’ updated Experiments page sheds campaign drafts and adds experiment sync”

Google Ads Rolling Out New Experiments Page

Google is rolling out a new Google Ads experiments page that promises to “help you create, manage, and optimize your experiments in one place.” There is a new summary page for your experiments and a sync feature. Previously in Google Ads if you were running an experiment, you first had to create a campaign draftContinue reading “Google Ads Rolling Out New Experiments Page”

Google Search Updates, Deduplication Of Top Stories, Crawling Spikes & Page Experience Desktop Report

In this show we got everything for you from creepy crawling to blood sucking vampires and and walking zombies. First, we had a few unconfirmed Google search algorithm updates this week, one last weekend, second on Monday and third on Wednesday and Thursday. Google said they don’t push algorithm updates out specifically before the weekends.Continue reading “Google Search Updates, Deduplication Of Top Stories, Crawling Spikes & Page Experience Desktop Report”

New Google Search Console Page Experience Report For Desktop

As promised, Google has released the desktop version of the page experience report in Google Search Console. The desktop version is pretty similar to the mobile version, as you’d expect. With the page experience update algorithm coming to desktop next month with a February 2022 launch, you now have a report you can use toContinue reading “New Google Search Console Page Experience Report For Desktop”

SEO News You Can Use: Gearing Up for the Google Page Experience Desktop Rollout in Feb

The time has come: Google’s Page Experience update is weeks away from arriving on desktop. The update will have all the current ranking signals of the mobile version, minus the mobile-friendliness metric. We briefly touched on the subject in November, when Google dropped the announcement three months ahead of the rollout. And it appears we’reContinue reading “SEO News You Can Use: Gearing Up for the Google Page Experience Desktop Rollout in Feb”

Best SEO Practices and Tips for Bakery Website Ecommerce Page

Welcome back to the next episode of our SEO Reality Show! In previous episodes, we’ve looked at multiple steps that the expert agency took to increase the Edelweiss Bakery’s website ranking potential, including the process of creating strong blog content and checking for potential technical errors. The bakery already had an existing ecommerce section before startingContinue reading “Best SEO Practices and Tips for Bakery Website Ecommerce Page”

How to Rank on Page 1 of Google FAST (In-Depth Case Study)

Today you’re going to see one of my favorite SEO strategies in action. “Guestographics”. Specifically, I’ll show you how Perrin used this technique to hit Google’s first page for a bunch of his target keywords. Let’s dive right in. The Guestographic Method: An SEO Strategy That Gets Results Guestographics work for one simple reason: TheyContinue reading “How to Rank on Page 1 of Google FAST (In-Depth Case Study)”

5 Tips to Revamp Your Google My Business Page

Google My Business (GMB) is local SEO’s secret weapon. If you run what would be considered a “local business” in your community or city, it’s absolutely imperative that you have GMB set up and that you stay on top of it. This blog will discuss five ways you can revamp your GMB if things haveContinue reading “5 Tips to Revamp Your Google My Business Page”