Early in March, we attended the 15th PPC na stojáka. Unlike the usual events in this popular series held in Brno, this one had a slightly different format. There were more speakers and the talks alternated with workshops. The overarching theme was “No two conversions are created equal”.
About a year ago, we launched PPC Tuner—an exclusive tool that is a part of PPC Bee, and therefore accessible to all its users. Let’s kick things off with a brief summary for anyone who doesn’t know what the Tuner is for.
Christmas shopping fever may be in full swing, but it’s still a good idea to start preparing for the fever that will follow—once Christmas Eve is over, after Christmas sales begin. And because Christmas is about peace and quiet, here are some tips for improving your campaigns right now so that you can put your feet up over the holidays.
Are you creating PPC search campaigns and looking for ways to make your job as easy as possible? Here’s a couple of useful tips to make it less difficult with campaign automation and save lots of time.
Are your PPC Bee campaigns already fine-tuned? Did you start eyeing up neighboring markets? In the world of e-commerce, the topic of expansion is increasingly inflected. Let’s take a look, then, at what PPC Bee can do to help you in this regard, at least when it comes to the search function.
PPC Bee manages advertising campaigns of different sizes — from campaigns with several ad groups to campaigns that use millions of keywords and hundreds of thousands of ad texts. Campaigns of this magnitude bring about many technological challenges, one of them being the necessity to make sure that generation and synchronization are being done at an acceptable speed.
Are your product names complicated? Is it difficult to create keywords for them? Do you need to expand your reach? Do you lack a good data source or does your data source contain insufficient information? Do you avoid using automatically generated keywords? Would you like to bid on a specific product and have a greater control over optimization due to a better reporting by being able to know what exactly you bid on?