You keep pushing the Mobile advertising platform and mentioning how its usage is continuing to increase, but you are failing in providing a tool for the advertisers on the go, a mobile Adwords App.
Although a fully functioning Adwords app would be the best gift (or product, 'cause I'd be willing to pay for one) you could provide for the Adwords advertiser, I would settle for one that simply reports on spend and allows you to quickly and easily pause/activate accounts/campaigns/adgroups/keywords.
I have this awesome Android phone running with Ice Cream Sandwich on a 4G network, yet it is painful to make these changes on my phone.
What do you think? Is this such an impossible or unreasonable request?
Please make an official Google #MobileAdwordsApp for us!
Initially I thought that this would be a bad change for those that test ads. Putting a 30 day cap on ads then automatically moving them to optimize for clicks is just a way to put more money in Google's pockets. But the encouraging news is that if a new "creative is enabled or edited, the ads in that ad group will rotate more evenly for a new period of 30 days." This allows testers to always have ad rotation available.
If a non-tester wants to save click funds, they would be encouraged to follow the practice of testing out a new creative. Well played Google Adwords Team!
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So, interesting listing on Google search. Was looking up information on 'nitric oxide' and saw a listing from www.abrahamroofing.com because apparently pharmaceuticals are a part of the roofing industry. Out of curiosity, I clicked on the ad and was redirected to a Canadian pharmacy site. Not that unusual. But then on subsequent clicks I get redirected to 2 other Canadian pharmacy sites.
This is important: Google has been able to detect a large number of computers infected with a specific piece of malware. If you go to Google and do a search (any word will do) right now, check to see whether you get a "Your computer appears to be infected" warning at the top of the search results. If you see the message, you need to clean up the infection from your machine.
We're trying this as an experiment to alert and protect consumers that we believe have infected machines. Please share this widely.
Added: This is malware that's specific to Windows. Remember to do an actual search (any search will do) and check the top of the search results page; don't just go to the home page.