Ive written here a few posts about the new Adwords Enhanced Campaigns and proclaimed just how cool it was to now be able to bid by location at the most specific level available, usually, zip or suburb. This is particularly useful where physical or other boundaries might mean someone living in zip code x is twice as likely to convert as someone a couple miles away. I reported earlier that functionality seemed to have dissapeared and can now confirm its gone after just a few weeks in service.
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Posts and information relating specifically to Google Adwords Enhanced Campaigns. The greatly updated version of Adwords brings with it a lot of great new features, as well as some very frustrating ones, not least the inability to control tablet keyword bidding at all, and mobile bidding to the degree we once could. Here’s some of my insights, tips and thoughts on Adwords Enhance Campaigns.
A really neat feature of the new Adwords Enhanced campaigns, maybe the best feature, is the ability to get detailed traffic and conversion data from the most specific location that Google can reveal and to be able to adjust bidding per location, or even exclude locations. As of yesterday the buttons which enable you to make this adjustments has disappeared for me.
The problem: desktop and tablet biddding is now one and the same Ive been using the new Adwords Enhanced campaigns now for a little while and it has some really great things about it and I promise ill be sharing some of those great things here shortly. I cant help feeling however exceptionally frustrated about Google not allowing me (and you) the ability to bid differently for tablet devices. Ive read alot about others finding tablet traffic converts higher. My experience is usually the exact opposite in that they convert significantly worse.
Changes have been coming and some seem great, some seem like a way to squeeze more revenue out of its advertisers, though I reserve judgement just now. The biggest gripe would appear to be about the inability to target campaigns individually at desktop/pc/tablet level which is an important tactic as cpc’s conversion rates and CPA’s differ across devices. Ill report more soon. Heres an email I had from Google today together with my analysis, which admittedly is based purely on my understanding of the imminent changes and not based on my actual experience of them yet…