Google Shopping Ads are one of the lesser used options available to advertisers. These ads are dependant on having a tangible product to sell and is shown amongst your competitors. There are also tangible products that are excluded, they include: Ticket Sales Vehicles Financial Products Currency Services Gift cards Immovable Property Recurring Billing Services Billing Software For more information regarding
Google Display In this edition of Website Design Kingston’s video Blog we look at Google Display Ads. Straying from the traditional text ads, these allow a visual cue. This can be especially important if you are selling tangible products that have mass appeal. Display ads can also be effective for Services. In the past, it has been difficult to effectively
Brand Awareness is an important aspect of a marketing campaign. That first impression your brand makes is extremely hard to undo. So it is very important that you know exactly how you want your brand to be perceived. If that perception is wrong it can affect your pricing strategy and result in lower profit margins. Brand Awareness and App Promotion
Website Traffic Website Traffic is perhaps Google’s most popular ad type. It encourages click-throughs just like sales but goes a bit further in terms of the quality of those clicks. Focusing on the most likely clicks that will result in a conversion. In this VLOG our Marketing Manager discusses ideal scenarios where this ad type would be the best choice.
Google Ads: Largest Platform Offering access to 90% of the world’s internet users makes the reach of Google’s platform seem like a fairy tale to advertisers. In the video below our Marketing and Branding Manager, Cody discusses how to approach Google Ads. Starting modestly and refining over-time is the best approach. Should you have a specific question about Google Ads
In this post, we take a look at the new Google Maps Augmented Reality (AR) feature. This new feature is available only via “Directions” when a pedestrian route is selected. AR works by overlaying visual cues on top of live video. It senses your location via GPS and then guides you towards your destination. This cool feature is “invite-only” for
Content Management Systems (CMS) & Managed Services In this edition Tina, our Lead Developer explains the importance of Content Management Systems, commonly referred to as CMS. A prime example of CMS is WordPress, a platform we utilize every day here at Website Design Kingston. CMS allows an easy approach to design for your website, which requires little to no experience.
In this week’s edition, we will look at social media and the role it plays in your content strategy. There are indeed many uses for Social Media. The platform and type of content you release all plays a role in deciding where you should put your efforts. Make no mistake the main goal of Social Media (in a business context)
In our third VLOG installment, we look at Search Engine Optimization or SEO. SEO has become a buzzword recently with many SMB owners and entrepreneurs questioning its value. Most think since they have a website and it gets user traffic they don’t need to pay much attention to it. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Search Engine Optimization helps build your domain authority and
Content Management Systems The pervasive content management system, WordPress, is undergoing some major changes. The most attention-grabbing new addition to the popular website builder is called ‘Gutenberg’. It is a block editor that promises to revolutionize the editing experience for both novice users and professional developers alike. The editor gets its distinct name from Johannes Gutenberg who invented the printing