Have you ever been searching for a product or event, and ads for that product or event started popping up on your Facebook feed or other websites that you are visiting? If you’re like me, you’ve probably wondered how on earth these oddly specific ads are finding you. Truth be
“Every year, there are trillions of searches on Google and over half of those searches happen on mobile. And across the millions of websites using Google Analytics today, [Google is] seeing more than half of all web traffic now coming from smartphones and tablets.” With the ever-growing use and desire
Technology never sleeps. If you blink, you may miss the latest and greatest new technological innovation. Today, the “newest and greatest” innovations seem to be centered around mobile devices. Here in 2016, everyone has a smartphone or tablet, and in many cases – both. As the social and technological world
Lately, I’ve been subscribing to a new philosophy: less is more. I’ve gotten rid of excess and focused more on simplifying my life. While I’m sure this methodology has been around for years, it’s a completely new concept to me. For example, if something was on sale, I wouldn’t think
[column width=”1/1″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] Like everything else in life, we strive for quality. High quality cars, high quality food, high quality homes. We want things to live up to our standards and expectations. We want Cadillacs, filet mignons, mansions. As it turns out, Google isn’t much different.
When I meet with small business clients, I frequently find that I have to explain more about what pay per click advertising is and dispel a few myths about how it works, more so than many other aspects of digital advertising. Since many of these questions come up on a