10 Things Steve Jobs Can Teach Us About benefits of responsive display ads
An advertising campaign is only as good as the ads that are in front of it. The more time-tested, responsive ads (I’ll call them “standard” ads) are much more effective than the older, more “traditional” ads (I’ll call them “responsive” ads).
The old adage about the value of an ad campaign that it’s the most valuable asset an advertiser has is true. But responsive ads are also much more effective than the standard ads they run on. The reason is because responsive ads appear on page load and don’t have to wait for the page to load.
The ads that are in front of you are the most valuable, and most exciting of all. If you want to make your site stand out it should start with what you get. This is where the content on the page is positioned, so it is easy to see that the ad doesn’t do anything.
Responsive ads are more effective because a responsive ad that appears on page load is in front of you at the time of page load. This means you can place your ad wherever you want. The only downside is that the ad is more noticeable, meaning it is less visible to visitors and search engines. To the advertiser this means they get more money at the expense of the ad.
But if you’re concerned about search engines and how they see ads, then an ad that is responsive will actually make your website more visible to them. It gets you to the top of the page and there you can get your ad. At the end of the day, the search engines don’t care about what you put in an ad, so you will get what you pay for.
Responsive ads are more noticeable because visitors are not as likely to scroll down and see if there is an ad before they read the page. Instead of seeing the ad first, visitors will scroll down to the bottom of the page and see the ad. If the ad is really important, it will be shown immediately and you will get more money for it.
I like the fact that Google cares about the placement of search ads as much as any other search engine. In fact, if you have a responsive display ad on your site, you are going to get more traffic (and more money from them) than you would if you just put your own ad on the page, even if it is not as good as yours. A responsive display ad is a good way to promote your own site so that people will return to visit it over and over.
Well, that is good news, but I still find myself skeptical about some of the benefits of responsive display ads. That is because I often get confused myself. For example, I once saw an ad for a car wash that featured a map of a street with the top and bottom of it highlighted. That is the kind of ad that Google uses to tell search engines where to find your site.
I don’t think I can comment on that ad for the whole video, so I’m not going to.
The main benefit of responsive display ads is that Google is now able to understand what an ad is trying to do, so it will adapt to it. That is, search engines will understand that when someone clicks on an ad, it is trying to “tell” Google what ad to show, and if Google is unable to understand what the ad is trying to tell it, it will eventually get lost in the shuffle.