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On August 19, 2019, Google Ads announced somewhat under-the-radar that Accelerated delivery will no-longer be available for search campaigns, shopping campaigns and shared budgets.
- Search, Shopping and shared budgets will no-longer be able to use accelerated delivery by October 1, 2019.
- For now, display and video campaigns are not effective by this news.
- Starting Sept. 17, 2019, choosing Accelerated delivery will no-longer be an option; the only option will be “Standard Delivery“.
- Campaigns using accelerated delivery will be switched to standard delivery by October 1, 2019.
I’d like to unpack Google’s announcement to shed light on how weak Google’s reasons are for removing accelerated delivery. In-fact, their reasons given have little to do with accelerated delivery and more to do with illogical campaign management. Google wants you to just accept their propaganda as truth and not question their reasoning.
You might as well… you have no choice anyways.
You sit down at your desk. You’ve had it on your to-do list for a while. The time has finally come.
It’s time to build that PPC campaign.
You start poking around the online interface – Google Ads, Bing ads, Amazon, or some other platform – to figure out what requirements are actually needed to build your PPC campaign.
Then you think to yourself…
I wonder if there is PPC campaign builder software that can help me do this faster and easier!
And here you are.
If you give me a few minutes, I’ll show you some PPC campaign builder options to help you make an informed decision.
Just to let you know, I also sell a PPC campaign builder software called PPC Campaign Generator. It’s only runs on Windows machines. If you’re interested, feel free to check it out!
Let’s get down to it.
Find a YouTube Ads course taught by an experienced YouTube Advertising thought leader. If you scroll down this page, you will find some potentially good YouTube Ads courses to consider.
My advice when looking for a YouTube advertising course is to find an instructor that is:
- responsive (not MIA)
- can answer difficult YouTube Ads questions
- has proven track record and deep expertise managing real YouTube Ads campaigns
- is willing to go that extra mile for you, but not do it for you (unless you hire them)
YouTube Advertising isn’t easy. A course can give you the roadmap but it’s up to you to put in the work, keep going when things get tough, and be a creative problem-solver until you succeed.
YouTube Advertising – Which Course?
So, you’re looking for a YouTube Ads course that will teach you how to be successful with YouTube Advertising.
Successful usually means you want to use video advertising to generate more sales, leads, awareness or subscribers for your clients, business or YouTube channel.
But before you start your amazing YouTube advertising journey, let me give you some tough love…
Most people initially interested in learning YouTube Advertising will quickly get discouraged when they realize the amount of work, skills and determination that is required.
That’s why, if you’re serious about learning YouTube Advertising from a course, there are some key things you should really look for in a course before buying.
Keyword Grouper is now available on CourseNode.com!
What is Keyword Grouper?
Keyword Grouper is downloadable keyword grouping software for Windows operating systems that helps you automatically group keywords into common themes quickly and easily.
The software has keyword grouping tools that give you the flexibility and control to decide how granular or broadly you want to group your keywords. It’s easy to quickly change between a broad keyword grouping strategy and a granular keyword grouping strategy by changing the program’s minimum number of keywords per ad group threshold.
If you’re looking for a tool to group keywords – without a burdensome monthly fee – pick up Keyword Grouper for the one-time cost right now complete with training that shows you how to use the software.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned paid search professional, or an absolute beginner. Keyword Grouper is easy to use regardless of your background or prior experience.
Used by over 700+ customers since 2013!
And yes, even though it’s been around for a while, it’s still a very relevant and useful tool for grouping keywords.
Here’s how it works.
Learn YouTube Advertising in ONE video by watching me create Google Ads video campaigns from start-to-finish. In this video, we’ll go over what YouTube Ads is, how to get started, video production, Google Ads video campaign setup, we’ll launch actual campaigns, and finally, see the results of this two-day experiment.
If you’d like to watch it on YouTube, see my YouTube Ads Tutorial on YouTube.
Current YouTube Ads Tutorials – there’s not many – show you how to setup a Google Ads video campaign. In my opinion, setting up a video campaign is NOT an adequate YouTube Ads tutorial.
In other words, this crash-course gives you a 10,000 foot overview of YouTube Ads so you can decide if it’s right for you. If you work at a digital marketing agency, this 30-minute training will be pretty valuable since it provides you with an actionable, step-by-step roadmap.
You will find a YouTube Advertising checklist PDF that you can download and use while you work through the process of planning and executing your YouTube Ads strategy for your business or clients.
In this post, we cover:
- What is video ad sequencing?
- How does video ad sequencing work?
- What metric determines if the person progresses through the ad sequence?
- What is “ad sequencing” in the context of Google Ads campaign?
- What bidding strategies are available?
- What type of video ad formats are available?
- Why would you use video ad sequencing?
- How quickly are the videos shown to users?
- What are some creative ways to use video ad sequencing?
- What type of results might you expect?
- What are some unique features about an ad sequence campaign?
- What networks can ad sequence videos run on?
- What targeting methods are available for sequence campaigns?
- What is the frequency capping for ad sequence campaigns?
- What are some advanced strategies?
- What does Google say ad sequencing is for?
- Where requirements are there?
- Could ad sequencing be a useful way to get more video views?
- Can I adjust or re-order the video sequence steps?
- What happens if I add a new video to an existing sequence that’s running? OR, what if I re-order the videos while the campaign is live?
- What if I remove an ad?
What is video ad sequencing?
- Video ad sequencing is a campaign “subtype” that allows you to show a series of videos in a specific order that you define, to an audience.
- Here’s another definition. With video ad sequencing, you can tell your product or brand story by showing people a series of videos in the order that you define. You can use a video ad sequence campaign to build interest, reinforce a message, or create a unifying theme.
How does video ad sequencing work?
- An ad sequence campaign is made up of a series of “steps”. Each step can be thought of as an ad group within the campaign. Each step has one video associated to it.
- When your ad sequence campaign is live, people will see the first step in the sequence.
- After a person sees the first step, they are eligible to see the second step, and so on until the person makes it all the way through the ad sequence.
Questions for you
- Do you have a Teachable site?
- Do you use MailChimp email marketing?
- Do you use, or are you willing to use Zapier?
If you answered YES to all three, and you’re not automatically tagging your Teachable course enrollments or sign-ups, then have we got the course for you!
We just released our MailChimp + Teachable Integration and Tag Automation with Zapier course.
This course will show you how to connect MailChimp and Teachable so that when your Teachable site gets a new course enrollment or somebody opts into a Teachable embedded form, they will get put into a SINGLE MailChimp list.
Why do we emphasize SINGLE? Because it’s the recommended best-practice according to MailChimp.
It’s a big milestone for me.
Our first course is on YouTube Advertising. Use promo code WELCOME10 to get this course now for just $10.
It was actually my second course I ever created. This course took 4 months in-total to make and in hindsight, I did several things wrong that caused it to take so long.