Larry Kim

Larry Kim

Larry Kim is the founder of WordStream and CEO of MobileMonkey, a chatbot building platform.

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Using Emojis in Ad Text Boosts CTR!

WordStream's resident data scientist Mark Irvine discovered that some advertisers have been including emojis in their ad text. Here's why it's a great idea.

3 Facebook Post Publishing Features for Crazy-High Engagement

Let’s take a look at three specific, crazy-powerful Facebook publishing features you can use to drive more shares, comments and likes on your Facebook posts.

3 Trends That Will Change the Future of Online Advertising

Online advertising changes fast. In this post, Larry Kim reviews three major trends that will change everything, including identity-based marketing and the rise of automation.

Join WordStream at Content Marketing Conference Las Vegas May 12-14

On Wednesday May 13th at 3:30 pm, I'm going to share the best Small Tactics That Have Big Impact for content performance with attendees at the epic Content Marketing Conference in Las Vegas.

26 Crazy Facts You Didn’t Know About Google

Did you know that Google negotiated the terms of acquisition for YouTube in a Denny's diner? Check out this and 25 other crazy facts you didn't know about Google.

Hone Your Influencing Skills: 29 Ways to Get What You Want From Others

If you take time to develop your influencing skills, you can make people do pretty much whatever you want. In this post, I'll show you how.

Introducing Quality Score for Facebook: FB’s Ad Relevance Score Determines Ad Cost & Placement

Facebook recently announced its new Relevance Score metric for advertisers. Here's what it means for your Facebook advertising campaigns.

The 20 Most Expensive Keywords in Bing Ads [INFOGRAPHIC]

Ever wonder what the most expensive keywords in paid search advertising are? This new infographic reveals original research on the 20 most expensive keywords in Bing Ads.

LinkedIn Ads Review: 8 Things I Hate About LinkedIn Ads

LinkedIn is a powerful way to make industry connections and publish content. Unfortunately, it's a terrible ad platform. Here are eight reasons why I hate LinkedIn ads.