The Digital Marketing Podcast

An advert free, Weekly digital marketing podcast with listeners in over 180 countries worldwide, The Digital Marketing Podcast combines interviews with global experts, together with the latest news, tools, strategies and techniques to give your digital marketing the edge. Perfect for your daily commute, the podcast aims to be both entertaining and informative. Produced by Target Internet and hosted by Digital Marketing and E-commerce Expert, Ciaran Rogers and Award Winning Author and Speaker, Daniel Rowles. Find out more at


episode 270: Optimize Your PPC Campaigns for 2021

Ciaran talks with Puneet Vaghela, head of innovation at Adzooma about PPC campaigns and how to optimise and refresh your PPC campaigns. Adzooma specialise in creating ai that helps marketers, so we thought their head of innovation would be the ideal person to explore what all marketers can do to further optimise and improve their Ad campaigns.  Want to try something new in 2021 rather than stick with what you know and usually do? We explore some of the neglected channels marketers perhaps haven't explored.    Have you tidied up the changes made to your account during the holiday season? Are you using audiences effectively? Are you targeting your campaigns as well as you could? Are you improving your ad campaign landing pages, so they convert better? You don't have to use AI to optimise your campaigns. There is a whole wealth of ideas anyone active with pay per click ads could put into practice.  We also explore the recently announced changes to Google's keyword matching and talk about the pro's and cons of this big change to how you reach your audience effectively. Listen in and grab a whole bunch of ideas for ways you could further optimise your PPC campaigns for success in 2021.   Useful Links Adzooma AI for PPC Google's match type keyword change announcement Microsoft Ads How To Create a Winning PPC Strategy for 2021  3 Powerful PPC Automation Rules to Start 2021 Right How Agencies Use Adzooma


 2021-02-16  28m