Google Ads store visits, partial correction of store sales report data

New update of the Google Ad Ads bug saga started May 2nd. The last update. Sales and store visit data were set for April 28th and 29th, as well as for May 3rd. "We are actively working on correcting the data for April 30, May 1 and May 2 (all dates in PDT)," Google said in an update of its blog post on the Friday bug. Summary on which data is still incorrect. According to the update of Friday, here is what is still inaccurate: Visits to stores and sales…

Evergreen Googlebot with the Chrome Renderer: Technical Referrals to Know

The week was exciting with important announcements of the scene at the 2019 I / O event. The most impactful announcement is probably the fact that Google is committed to regularly updating its Googlebot crawl service to begin using the latest and stable version of its Chromium headless rendering engine. This is a significant leap forward with over 1,000 features now supported over the previous version. Nearly all new features supported are modern JavaScript syntax, officially called ECMAScript (ES6). If you are a JavaScript developer, you really want to use…

Evergreen Googlebot with the Chrome Renderer: Technical Referrals to Know

The week was exciting with important announcements of the scene at the 2019 I / O event. The most impactful announcement is probably the fact that Google is committed to regularly updating its Googlebot crawl service to begin using the latest and stable version of its Chromium headless rendering engine. This is a significant leap forward with over 1,000 features now supported over the previous version. Nearly all new features supported are modern JavaScript syntax, officially called ECMAScript (ES6). If you are a JavaScript developer, you really want to use…

Twitter Marketing in 2019: The Ultimate Guide

Whether it is popular culture, local or global news, work or brands that I use and I wear, Twitter is a powerful social networking tool and a search engine in which I can usually find the most up-to-date information on most topics. It also includes business and corporate updates that are important to me. Companies, like HubSpot, can market on Twitter to engage users and subscribers, increase brand awareness, increase conversions, and more. (we'll discuss this in the moment (more).) Twitter makes it easier to distribute content. In addition, there…

Google explains in detail the operation of the first auction prices in Google Ad Manager

In March, Google announced its intention to go to the first price auction of Google Ad Manager, its advertising server and its publisher exchanges, by the end of the year. On Friday, the group released an update with additional details on the transition. How Auction Ads Work Now Currently, there may be two different auctions for a specific ad. A second prize, a real-time bid auction, is offered to authorized buyers, which include Google Ads, Display & Video 360 and other DSP ads. Then comes a first-price bid that compares…

Is Google's caching even more confusing?

Last October, Maria Cieslak wrote that Google's caching dates were obsolete. John Mueller told us that "the date on the page does not mean much." This begs a few questions: First, if that does not mean much – why is that? It should be used for something else, otherwise it will not be visible to users, no? Also, what does it actually represent? We know that Google does not always create a snapshot every time it reindexes a page, but there are some things that made me raise my eyebrow.…

Is Google's caching even more confusing?

Last October, Maria Cieslak wrote that Google's caching dates were obsolete. John Mueller told us that "the date on the page does not mean much." This begs a few questions: First, if that does not mean much – why is that? It should be used for something else, otherwise it will not be visible to users, no? Also, what does it actually represent? We know that Google does not always create a snapshot every time it reindexes a page, but there are some things that made me raise my eyebrow.…

Best American Cities for Professional Women

Although the Equal Pay Act was passed in the early 1960s, women are fighting in 2019 to earn the same salary as their male counterparts. The wage gap continues to result in a lower overall median wage for women compared to men in the same occupation. Science and mathematics-based industries continue to be dominated by men, with women constituting a remarkably low percentage of the workforce. Our team wanted to know which cities were the best locations for women professionals based on income, work force and salary gap. According to…

What happens after the conversion? It's time for us to find the solution together

Now that I've had the time to fully digest HeroConf 2019, a main theme has emerged: what happens after the conversion? When we asked a room of attendees at the session how many of them were responsible for more than just leads or conversions, 90% of the room raised their hand. It may not be shocking, therefore, to see the CFC sector change order to focus not only on what happens after the click, but also on the conversion. Post-conversion: service, support, sales, content, brand and everything else In reality,…