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Why have my leads dropped? | Story Time Ep 2

We know you've been waiting for it...here's story time episode 2! ...
Google Ads,

Google Shopping Ads

Google Shopping was originally developed by a kiwi! Craig Nevil Manning created it over at Waikato University and it used to be called Froogle. It relaunched in New Zealand in February 2017. ...
Google Adwords, Google Ads,

How to exclude Display from mobile apps

Over the years, we’ve run literally hundreds of Google Display campaigns. In our experience, we have never found any which performed well when serving on mobile phone applications. Thinking anecdotally - have you ever actually clicked on an ad when you’re in an app? Let’s keep it real - a large proportion of those “yes” responses are accidental stray fingers.  ...
SEO/Search Engine Optimisation,

Why aren't We Ranking for "X"? | Story time Ep 1

We help our Marketing Managers with the tough questions they get asked at work.  As apart of a new story time series, we'll be sharing some of these questions, what we told them and, if possible, what happened next.... ...
Google Ads,

YouTube Advertising

YouTube or video advertising in general is, in our opinion, one of the most undervalued advertising channels in New Zealand today. The cost of attention on YouTube is often around $0.10 per view and for $100/month, the brand awareness you can get is ridiculous (Approx. 1,000 views). ...
SEO/Search Engine Optimisation,

5 SEO Blogs That Are Worth A Look

The goal of all search engines is to provide the right answer to the user. While it’s useful to know what Bing and other search engines are doing there is no doubt that Google dominates the world of search. So while SEO blogs cover factors that will be useful for all search engines the major focus at the moment will always be Google. Google's objective is “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” Google uses its constantly developing algorithms to maximise effectiveness in organising online information so that the result it delivers to searchers is as close to correct as possible. The company’s vision statement pushes the organisation to achieve new heights, such as through rapid innovation, and thus change is ongoing. However, Google is not always as forthcoming with information as Internet Marketers would like so there is always speculation, particularly about technical issues.  ...
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