How Privacy is Changing PPC

How Privacy is Changing PPC

We’ve talked about it quite a bit these days, but the Google ecosystem is changing by the second. We’ve seen new bidding strategies and ad formats, as well as a full-fledged plunge into all things video. But, beyond all of these more “exciting” changes, the conversation surrounding PPC privacy is heating up, too.

Another big change coming out of Google’s Marketing Live event is less splashy—and on the surface, just as exciting as a discussion about cybersecurity best practices. While we all feel angry when our data is exposed, we can admit that most of us aren’t always proactive about staying safe online. And yes, Google PPC is making public moves toward a more transparent privacy policy.

While the search giant will likely continue to collect mounds of data for the foreseeable future, they may start making some changes in order to appease the end user.

Though the media hasn’t talked much about what’s ahead for Google Ads and how they’ll be using data moving forward, it’s one of the more important conversations we need to be having right now. Here, we’ll look at how privacy is changing PPC for advertisers, e-commerce sellers included.

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The PPC Marketer’s Guide to Search Intent

If you have any experience with content marketing or other SEO-related efforts, you probably already know who your audience is and where they hang around online. You probably also know how important it is that your emails, blog posts, and case studies speak to that audience.

Search intent also matters a ton when it comes to PPC. After all, you can’t drive conversions without getting in front of the right people. And without a deep understanding of keywords, you stand to waste an awful lot of ad spend.

In this article, we’ll go over some key things to know about search intent and why you shouldn’t skip over this piece of the puzzle.