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The Complete Guide to Bing Rewards: What Are Bing Rewards & How Can You Use Them?

Microsoft launched Bing Rewards back in 2010 as a way to encourage people to use its search engine, but what is Bing Rewards, and how does it work? Learn all about Bing Rewards features and benefits, loyalty levels, credits and more.

New Google Ads Callout Extensions How-To: Highlight Offers in Your Ads

Google is rolling out a new ad extension called Callout Extensions. This new ad extension type enables you to add more text to your ad to spotlight free shipping, discount offers, and more. Learn how callout extensions work in AdWords and how to make the most of them.

Google Gives AdWords MCC Users the Gift of Consolidated Billing

Google AdWords My Client Center (MCC) users (including agencies and large brand clients) will soon have access to Consolidated Billing and enhanced features.

AdWords Now Lets You Measure Website Call Conversions: Learn More

Learn how Google's new website call conversions feature works in AdWords to help you track calls that are triggered by AdWords ad clicks.

Yahoo Gemini: Complete Guide to Yahoo’s Mobile & Native Advertising Offering

Yahoo's Gemini marketplace for mobile and native ads launched in February and is now the default audience option in the Yahoo self-serve advertising manager. But what is Gemini and how does it work?

Bad Ads, Worse Ads, and Very, Very Bad Ads: The Worst of PPC

Want to see some bad ads? I mean really bad ads? These Google AdWords ads are among the worst we've seen.

Uh-Oh, A Third of Your Display Ad Impressions Are Worthless! Here’s What to Do About It

Google seems to be in the process of (finally) launching Active View features average CPM, viewable CTR and viewable impressions. I say “seems to be” as they have not yet made an official announcement, and no supporting material (i.e., help documentation) is yet available.

Google Pushing Holiday Retailers to Use Both Text Ads & PLAs

Text ads and Product Listing Ads (PLAs) are more powerful used together, according to Google; in fact, using text ads alone means lower brand recognition, less site engagement and fewer online sales, they say.