Saturday’s Quick Links

February 10, 2007 by  

Triple Your Google AdWords CTR Overnight by Doing Nothing, Guaranteed!
I have never tried this before and it’s definitely a new idea to me. If you want to know when you AdWords data is accurate or not , just create another ad in the split group that is an exact copy of the on of the ads being tested.


Your Google Search Results Are Personalized
Like it or not, your Google search result you see when searching at Google is personalized when you signed in to your Google Account. What this means is that the search results you see is not based on the organic ranking entirely but they are tailored to your past search habit.


What is the Best PPC CTR?
Here’s another AdWords tips for you. The best PPC CTR depends on many important factors. The single most important factor is whether you are looking at ads on Google search or ads on Google’s content network. The best PPC CTR on Google search is way higher than ads on Google’s content network.


Burning Out

When you are self employed, you alone motivate yourself. There is nothing stopping you doing anything you please besides working. What’s going to keep you working when other people are practically dragging you away to do these things?


Andy Hagans’ Ultimate Guide to Linkbaiting and Social Media Marketing
Yea damn that link baiting NOT. Actually link baiting does not have to be a bad thing. Matt Cutts the Google engineer even says so. You got to read this here.

Andy Hagan has a post up about creating a successful link baiting campaign. In his analysis, he finds that the “single most important aspect of a link bait piece is its title.”

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