Author: Surjeet Thakur

Surjeet is serial entrepreneur, Digital Marketer and User Experience Consultant. He is Google / Bing Individual Certified. His personal goal in life is to encourage and assist 50,000 people to become Digital Marketers. He always help Startups / companies and assists them to improve their ROI. Surjeet is the founder and MD/CEO of CIIM - Chandigarh Institute of Internet Marketing , Problab Technologies (p) Ltd. , PPCChamp – Digital Marketing & Consulting Company and WebtechLearning (The Web Education Academy). Read more.. .

PPC for Plastic Surgery

plastic -surgery-indiaPPC for Plastic Surgery | Plastic Surgeon Adwords Expert – marketing offers many advantages for PLASTIC SURGEONS to drive more traffic to their website and new patient leads.

Successful PPC campaigns can enable dentists to attract new patients, and provide special offers and new services to existing patients in an effective way.

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PPC for Trekking Trip

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PPC Expert Service for Trekking Trips – We are a Certified Google Adwords PPC Expert Company for Tour and Travel business. Here we’ll help you to find Trekking business leads for you from search engine.

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Second Competition –  Trekking Trip business category has big competition like — big brands already doing same business in same location – Makemytrip, yatra etc.

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Google AdWords for Universities

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Google AdWords for Universities – Google AdWords is a very powerful advertising tool which helps you to reach your students more effectively. Are you considering a Search Engine Marketing strategy focused on Google AdWords Campaign Management for Universities or Education Institutions? If so you’ve come to the right place.

Use Google Adwords for Admission

We are Google Adwords PPC Expert for Education business. having 15+ year experience in Digital marketing (PPC, Adwords, Facebook marketing, youtube marketing) expert in Chandigarh India. We develop online marketing strategies to drive more students & admissions and then implement them in clever and resourceful ways.

Benefits of Online Technologies:

  • Universities has online application service is the fastest way to apply for undergraduate admission.
  • Get admissions from abroad students

First Research then start marketing:

  • Do some research: what do student need or want? Think of an everyday obstacle you’re met with – how can it be overcome?
  • If you could provide or invent something that would make life career, better, safer, fairer or cheaper – what would it be?
  • What are you really good at or love doing? Perhaps start with that!

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Zumba Dance Keywords for Marketing

 

Zumba Dance Keywords for Marketing – here you can find the most searchable and profitable keywords for Zumba Dance. if you have your own Zumba Dance Academy, Music, Dvd, Workouts, Gym or Classes you need these keywords for online marketing. Continue reading

How to Create a bumper video Ads?

How to Create a bumper video Ads? – Bumper ads are a short video ad format, designed to allow you to reach more customers and increase awareness about your brand by using a short, memorable message.

With videos of just 6 seconds or less, bumper ads let you reach people with bite-sized messages, while providing a minimal impact on their viewing experience. You can create bumper video campaigns in AdWords using the “Video” campaign type.

How it works

  • Videos must be 6 seconds or shorter. Viewers can’t skip your ad.
  • A view of your bumper ad won’t increment the video’s YouTube view count.
  • Bumper ads use CPM (cost-per-thousand impression) bidding. Your pay each time your ad is shown 1,000 times.
  • Bumper ads can help increase awareness about your brand. They often work well when run along with related TrueView ads. (Note: TrueView ads must be created in a separate campaign.) Learn more about TrueView campaigns
  • The short format can be especially effective on mobile, when people are often watching videos on the go.

Below, we’ll walk you through how to set up a bumper video campaign in AdWords.

Before you begin

Before you set up a bumper video campaign, you should be familiar with video campaigns and video ad formats. Keep in mind that a bumper campaign can only contain bumper ads. You’ll need to create TrueView ads in a separate campaign.
Bumper campaigns require a video of 6 seconds or less, and the video must be hosted on YouTube.

Instructions:

Here are step-by-step instructions for creating bumper video ad campaigns:

  1. Sign in to your AdWords account.
  2. Click the Campaigns tab, click +Campaign, and then select Video.
  3. Enter a campaign name. Keep the campaign subtype set to “Standard.”
  4. Next to “Video ad formats” select Bumper ads: 6-second video ads.
  5. Set your budget. “Bidding” will be set to Maximum CPM.
  6. Choose networks, locations you want to target, the language of your customers, and any advanced settings.
  7. Click Save and continue.
  8. Enter an ad group name. Enter your YouTube video (the video must be 6 seconds or shorter) and follow the steps to create your video ad.
  9. Enter your Maximum CPM bid.
  10. Select your targeting.
  11. Click Save ad group.

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PPC for Destination Wedding

destination_wedding-ppcPPC Services for Destination Wedding – PPC (Pay per Click) Paid search marketing is the quickest and most controllable way to get your wedding business in front of people who are looking for your products or services. Because you only pay for qualified traffic, it is easy to control the budget and return on investment for your campaign.

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PPC Service for Wedding Photographer

Facebook & Instagram ads are some of the best and cheapest sources for advertising a new wedding photography business. Through facebook ads we can target newly engaged couples in a specific geographic region like: Chandigarh, Delhi, Jaipur, Shimla, Goa etc.

Top PPC Marketing platforms are: Google Adwords, Facebook Ads, Instagram, Twitter ads, Bing Ads, Youtube Ads,

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How to stop Google Search Engines to Crawling your Website?

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Googlebot is Google’s web crawling bot (sometimes also called a “spider”). Crawling is the process by which Googlebot discovers new and updated pages to be added to the Google index.

We use a huge set of computers to fetch (or “crawl”) billions of pages on the web. Googlebot uses an algorithmic process: computer programs determine which sites to crawl, how often, and how many pages to fetch from each site.

Googlebot’s crawl process begins with a list of webpage URLs, generated from previous crawl processes and augmented with Sitemap data provided by webmasters. As Googlebot visits each of these websites it detects links (SRC and HREF) on each page and adds them to its list of pages to crawl. New sites, changes to existing sites, and dead links are noted and used to update the Google index.

For webmasters: Googlebot and your site

How Googlebot accesses your site

For most sites, Googlebot shouldn’t access your site more than once every few seconds on average. However, due to network delays, it’s possible that the rate will appear to be slightly higher over short periods.

Googlebot was designed to be distributed on several machines to improve performance and scale as the web grows. Also, to cut down on bandwidth usage, we run many crawlers on machines located near the sites they’re indexing in the network. Therefore, your logs may show visits from several machines at google.com, all with the user-agent Googlebot. Our goal is to crawl as many pages from your site as we can on each visit without overwhelming your server’s bandwidth. Request a change in the crawl rate.

Blocking Googlebot from content on your site

It’s almost impossible to keep a web server secret by not publishing links to it. As soon as someone follows a link from your “secret” server to another web server, your “secret” URL may appear in the referrer tag and can be stored and published by the other web server in its referrer log. Similarly, the web has many outdated and broken links. Whenever someone publishes an incorrect link to your site or fails to update links to reflect changes in your server, Googlebot will try to download an incorrect link from your site.

If you want to prevent Googlebot from crawling content on your site, you have a number of options, including using robots.txt to block access to files and directories on your server.

Once you’ve created your robots.txt file, there may be a small delay before Googlebot discovers your changes. If Googlebot is still crawling content you’ve blocked in robots.txt, check that the robots.txt is in the correct location. It must be in the top directory of the server (for example, www.example.com/robots.txt); placing the file in a subdirectory won’t have any effect.

If you just want to prevent the “file not found” error messages in your web server log, you can create an empty file named robots.txt. If you want to prevent Googlebot from following any links on a page of your site, you can use the nofollow meta tag. To prevent Googlebot from following an individual link, add the rel="nofollow" attribute to the link itself.

Here are some additional tips:

  • Test that your robots.txt is working as expected. The Test robots.txt tool on the Blocked URLs page lets you see exactly how Googlebot will interpret the contents of your robots.txt file. The Google user-agent is (appropriately enough) Googlebot.
  • The Fetch as Google tool in Search Console helps you understand exactly how your site appears to Googlebot. This can be very useful when troubleshooting problems with your site’s content or discoverability in search results.

Making sure your site is crawlable

Googlebot discovers sites by following links from page to page. The Crawl errors page in Search Console lists any problems Googlebot found when crawling your site. We recommend reviewing these crawl errors regularly to identify any problems with your site.

If your robots.txt file is working as expected, but your site isn’t getting traffic, here are some possible reasons why your content is not performing well in search.

Problems with spammers and other user-agents

The IP addresses used by Googlebot change from time to time. The best way to identify accesses by Googlebot is to use the user-agent (Googlebot). You can verify that a bot accessing your server really is Googlebot by using a reverse DNS lookup.

Googlebot and all respectable search engine bots will respect the directives in robots.txt, but some nogoodniks and spammers do not. Report spam to Google.

Google has several other user-agents, including Feedfetcher (user-agent Feedfetcher-Google). Since Feedfetcher requests come from explicit action by human users who have added the feeds to their Google home page and not from automated crawlers, Feedfetcher does not follow robots.txt guidelines. You can prevent Feedfetcher from crawling your site by configuring your server to serve a 404, 410, or other error status message to user-agent Feedfetcher-Google. More information about Feedfetcher.

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Most Searched keywords on youtube 2017

Most Searched keywords on youtube 2017 – here you can find the most searched keywords for youtube.

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Most Profitable Keywords for Google AdWords 2017

Most Profitable Keywords for Google AdWords 2017 – Here you can find the list of most profitable business keywords for PPC – (Pay per click) campaign.

Most Profitable Business Categories:

  1. Finance & Insurance – $6.2 Billion
  2. Retailers & General Merchandise – $3.5 Billion
  3. Travel & Tourism – $3.4 Billion
  4. Jobs & Education – $3.2 Billion
  5. Home & Garden— $3.1 Billion
  6.  Computer & Consumer Electronics – $3.0 Billion
  7. Vehicles – $3.0 Billion
  8. Internet & Telecommunications – $1.9 Billion
  9. Business & Industrial – $1.7 Billion
  10. Occasions & Gifts – $1.5 Billion

Most Profitable PPC Keywords List 2017 – Find the Most Profitable Keywords for Your Google AdWords Campaign

Travel & Tourism – $3.4 Billion

  1. “new york hotels”
  2. “plane tickets”
  3. “cheap hotels”
  4. “rental car deals”
  5. “last minute flights”

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