4-11-2014 RoundUp: AdWords & Twitter Ads

Our weekly roundup of things clicking on the interwebs in SEO, paid search, social and more.

‘Not Provided’ In AdWords Just a Rumor

Google has been cracking down on who can access search query data for several years now in a few ways – enforcing terms of service on how the data may be used, and limiting access to a smaller number of third-party vendors who implement a required minimum functionality (RMF). Basically, in order to have access to the query data, you need to be a legit software company that has built a functioning AdWords management platform.  Article: Rumors of ‘Not Provided’ In AdWords Unfounded: Paid Search Query Data Is Not Dead

New Search Options on Twitter

This week Twitter added few more search filters with searches for Timelines & Lists  Article: Twitter Quietly Adds Search for Timelines & Lists

More Ads Coming to Twitter?

According to the Wall St. Journal, Twitter is planning to rollout at least 15 new types of ads.  Article: Coming to Your Twitter Feed: 15 New Types of Ads

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