SERP Evolution: AdWords Gets Rid of Sidebar Ads & Makes Room for 4 at the Top The SERP (Search Engine Results Page) is constantly evolving, so it’s no big surprise to see the latest update to the AdWords PPC format. It appears that Google has changed the layout of the their Pay-Per-Click ads, getting rid […]
Did you notice any changes in the Google search engine results pages (SERP) today? They involve where Product Listing Ads (PLAs) appear on the SERP and also an “Ads” identifier. Google has been busy updating its SERP, with an emphasis on PLA placement and a way to better identify paid content from a natural listing. […]
Google recently announced on the “Inside AdWords” blog that they would begin placing AdWords advertisements on the bottom of the search engine results page (SERP).
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