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This training course has been constructed to introduce you to the Google AdWords advertising system. Within the course I will show you how to get setup and start using it, how to use it as it is designed to be used, and I will show you some advanced techniques and strategies that will help you get the greatest bang for your buck when you use it. These are professional usage techniques that many advertisers who use this system never learn – or even know that these features exist and they can save you a lot of advertising money and can get you greater profitable returns on each dollar you spend within this system.

The course begins with an introduction to what Google AdWords is followed by two lectures on why it is also important to do a little SEO work on your website or at least the landing pages you will be sending people to through your ads – this includes some tips on how to make these pages look good to Google. Why? Well constructed landing pages that you target and that Google sees will have an impact on how well your ads get positioned in Google search results and how much you have to pay per click to get people to your site as Google analyzes it beforehand and gives it a “Quality Score” rating – which I then explain the components of to end Section One of the course.

Next I instruct you on how to access, setup and navigate through the Google AdWords system followed by the steps you take to actually build your ad campaigns, ad groups and ultimately, your advertisements themselves. In this section I also instruct on some of the strategies you should be employing to create ads that target and convert well including how to build your keyword and keyword phrase lists, your negative keywords and what they are and how to use Google Ad Extensions in your ads to give you competitive advantage over others also competing against you for coveted page one advertising locations on Google search results. I also discuss the different Google networks you can advertise on including YouTube, Google Search and the Display network which places ads on various websites around the Internet. Lastly, I talk about the different types of ads you can create and walk you through an example of setting up an ad.

I then discuss a number of more advanced ways that professional advertisers use Google AdWords to better target various audiences, attract customers, create better converting ads and build models of different ad strategies geared to positioning your ads well and to minimizing your costs of advertising. Here you will learn tasks that you can complete that will set you apart from most users of Google AdWords – and these strategies will save you advertising costs, help you position your ads better on search results pages, and help your ads convert to sales at higher percentages.

And lastly, I walk you through setting up a Google Merchant Center account which you will need to do if you are trying to create Shopping ads through Google AdWords.

Enjoy the course!

Best wishes,

Dan Grijzenhout – Course Creator

Who is the target audience?

A business owner with a website
A digital marketing student or new practitioner
An online marketing professional.
Basic knowledge
A basic knowledge of online marketing concepts
A Google Account (G-Mail, YouTube, Google Plus, etc.)
What you will learn
They will understand the importance of doing SEO prior to using Google AdWords
learn how to setup a Google AdWords account
learn how to create a digital marketing campaign using the New Google AdWords application
learn how to use advanced Google AdWords features to improve paid advertising effectiveness

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Secret Life of Digital Media and Digital Marketing with Anurag Harsh, Ziff Davis CXOTalk #263

Digital media and publishing is a tough industry, with changing business models and competition from large and small players. Learn how a seasoned entrepreneur helped create one of the large digital media and publishing brands in the world.

For more info, see https://www.cxotalk.com/episode/ziff-davis-behind-scenes-digital-media-brand

Digital media guru Anurag Harsh was recently voted as LinkedIn’s #1 Voice in Technology. He is a founding member of the executive team at Ziff Davis for the past 7.5 years and has orchestrated its growth from a small privately held company into one of the world’s largest public digital media companies with the group’s revenues exceeding $1 Billion at a $3.5B Market Cap and 200% growth in stock price.

Anurag is the author of 7 business books including three Amazon bestsellers, has published over 400 business articles for Huffpost, FORBES and other publishers, is a Wharton & MIT alum and has performed two sold out solo concerts at the Carnegie Hall as a vocalist.

From the transcript:

Anurag Harsh: Well, digital media and the advertising landscape is staggeringly complex. Let’s start with some of the misnomers that people have about the landscape. Smartphone growth is slowing. Everybody thinks that it’s all about mobile and smartphones. Therefore, a lot of the digital media publishers are publishing to smartphones. Of course, they should do that, but what they don’t realize is that global smartphone shipments actually just grew 3% this year compared to 10% last year. That’s something that’s important. In order to build a business, a digital media business, you need to understand the landscape and who your target customer is and where they’re actually browsing.

The other thing that’s happening when you think about the Internet usage growth is, at least in North America, adults are spending a lot of time every day, as we all know, about five or six hours a day, on the Internet. That’s about 3 hours per day on just mobile compared to maybe it was like 45 or 50 minutes a few years ago.

The other thing that’s happening is the online total advertising spend because all the digital media business is fundamentally advertising driven, different forms of advertising. It could be commerce, it could be display, it could be affiliate, but it’s all bundled under advertising. The total online ad spend, it’s growing steadily. Mobile obviously has now overtaken the desktop in ad dollars, just as it has with usage and time. That’s an important thing.

Anurag Harsh: But they’re only seeing 20% of the ad spend. What that tells me is there’s a massive gap, and this gap is about $16 billion of opportunity for essentially brands to have more mobile ads on the Internet.

The other thing that’s happening is–and we all know this, but I’m going to say it anyway–over the next several months, and it’s probably already happening right now, the dollars that are spent on Internet ads are starting to eclipse dollars that are spent on television. What that tells me is it’s indicating a huge opportunity for mobile products to soak up the shift. These are some of the things that are happening.

There are quite a few other things that are happening in the world of digital. This is absolutely true. There’s the ad duopoly, which means Google and Facebook control 85% of the growth in online ads, and their share is increasing every year. As more data and impressions keep helping these companies improve their targeting, it really is becoming very, very hard, really impossible. It’s an existential problem, I call it, and we’re going to talk about this a little more, eventually.

It’s becoming harder and harder for other platforms, and really any other publisher, to compete. That’s the thing. There’s this ad duopoly, and it’s not going to go away. It’s actually going to get even worse.

The other aspect of that is this whole thing called ad blocking. It’s skyrocketing. People don’t want to see ads, which is the glue and the oil of the Internet that powers all of digital media. In developing markets where data costs can be high, what users are doing is they’re increasingly blocking ads whenever they can. Nearly 400 million people around the world are blocking mobile ads, and that’s a problem.

Big platforms like Facebook, Google, Snap, they’re responding to advertisers seeking to prove return on investment on their ad spend by improving ad targeting relevance, the ads that people are going to see–hopefully they don’t block these ads because the ads are more relevant to what they want to see–and then measuring, the measurement of how these ads work. Targeting has become a huge thing.