Earlier this week, Search Engine Roundtable, reported on a new product offering currently in a beta test with Google.
"...Google is testing a new AdWords ad extension that allows searchers to text information to the advertiser through the AdWords ad. The new ad extension looks like the call extension where you can click to call the advertiser but instead, here you can click to text."
After a grueling four weeks working with the best and brightest of our marketing team, Jacob, our stellar summer intern, has emerged a new man. He’s plumbed the depths of our marketing department, helped us out on too many projects to name, and is now looking forward to his future career as a marketing whiz. After working with him, we think he’s well on his way to marketing stardom.
Do you consider social media platforms small business friendly? We sure do! And now's your chance to take advantage. With platforms like Instagram rolling out new updates and Facebook continuing to push small business friendly product offerings, now is the time to hop on board. We use social media platforms for a variety of clients, in a variety of verticals, as part of a larger integrated marketing strategy. We believe they are the ideal place to display your message and increase engagement.
In Don Draper's world, your brand is everything. Fortunes are made and broken on the backs of progressive, innovative brands. Your Apples, Googles, and Arby's(s) would be nothing but minnows in a pond without their aggressive marketing strategies.
Similarly, employee retention is at the heart of any serious digital operation. You need not only the best talent, but their undying loyalty as well. These are two difficult problems that all companies have to struggle with sooner or later. But after weeks of intense deliberation among Altos’ senior executives (during which only two interns perished), our crack team handcrafted a solution:
Altos. Krispy Kreme. Brand. Synergy.
The sky is not falling. We repeat: The sky is not falling. Many people in the search community are saying quite the opposite after Google’s latest announcement that they are changing desktop search results. What did they change exactly? Now, instead of three results at the top of the page and then a right column of ads, there are four paid positions and no right side ads. The product listing ads and knowledge graph will still display for relevant queries.