Wycliffe’s motto is ‘Bold and Loyal’, and we couldn’t be prouder to have been chosen to help them achieve their ongoing business objectives through digital marketing.
Read on to find out why we were chosen and how our dedicated team will help the college to stand out even more in their community as a leader in private education.
On the 2nd of September 2020, Google Ads made an announcement that upset a lot of advertisers, it said that, “Starting September 2020, the search terms report will only include terms that a significant number of users searched for, even if a term received a click.”
For some time now Google Chrome and other browsers like Safari have been rolling out updates which have been increasing the restrictions placed on third party cookies, and even first party cookies to a degree. Safari was one the first to bring in these changes (on a large scale), but they also have less to lose from these kinds of restrictions. And Microsoft Edge, we don’t really care about (we’ll let you look this up).
Soon things are about to change, drastically! Google Chrome is going to start to ‘phase out’ third party cookies, natively. The intention is to do this within two years; however, changes could come sooner. But what effect will this have on marketers and where will this leave adtech companies which are solely reliant on these cookies to function?
Google has just announced that they will be providing $340 million in ad credits to small and medium sized businesses on the Google Ads platform. These credits are intended to reduce the cost of maintaining an account and help businesses reach out to their customers during this unprecedented time.
When people are buying products and services paid search, also known as Pay Per Click or PPC, can be a great tactic to use to get people looking for what you are doing to buy from you. Or if it is an offline purchase, submit a lead form to start the purchase conversation. You pay your money for the click, get people to the site and if the conversion metrics multiplied by the cost per click (CPC) work you get leads at a profitable level. But paid search works on the here and now. What if those conversion metrics plummet? Even with rapidly dropping CPCs, when people aren’t buying paid search simply doesn’t deliver.