Author: Rick Noel
Ricky Noel is a Google AdWords Certified AdWords Professional, a proud employee of eBiz, ROI. as well as a full-time student at SUNY Geneseo, where he studies English, Education, and Theater. Ricky got into the internet marketing industry when his father, Rick, introduced him to Google AdWords and showed him the possibilities online advertising represented for business owners and web-users alike. Ricky began working with eBiz in the summer of 2016, between senior year of highschool and shipping off to college. Since then, he has worked remotely from school thanks to the wonders of Google Hangouts and high speed internet connectivity. His passions include reading, writing creatively and analytically, and performing in plays and musicals. He is also an experienced Dungeons and Dragons aficionado, holds Abraham Lincoln and George R.R. Martin among his personal heroes, and is really excited to help businesses grow and spread their message online.

A New Keyword Match Type – Phrase Match Modifier

When it comes to online marketing, your ultimate goal is to attract new customers. In order to do this, you create ads, design a website, and more all to cater to their needs. The first step in generating leads for

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YouTube User Patterns Encourage New Ad Experiences

Reaching Smart TVs New Google Ads Feature

YouTube, the world’s largest video sharing website, has dramatically changed the way users interact with content. Never before has so much video content been so readily available to so many individuals at once. It is nothing short of a video

Use Video Every Step of the Way

An old adage holds that a picture is worth a thousand words. If this is the case, then it could further be reasoned that a video, moving pictures, are worth even more. Videos and video ads capture and hold web

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Promoting Ad Strength in Google Ads

Whether we realize it or not, we’re all consumers. Further, we all use the internet to help us achieve our ends in our everyday lives. Due to constant progress and the advances of technology, we’re constantly expecting more and becoming

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Reaching Smart TVs with New Google Ads Feature

Reaching Smart TVs New Google Ads Feature

In this day and age, dominated by mobile devices, stationary televisions are nonetheless making a major comeback. How, you may be wondering? So called “smart tv’s”, sets capable of connecting to the internet, offer users seemingly the best of both

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New Features in Google Ads Expand Opportunities

The transformation buzzing through pay-per-click advertising is nearing its completion. Google AdWords is now Google Ads. Though the name change and new look to Google’s PPC service are eye catching on their own, the real news for advertisers is the

Google Helps Veterans Find Jobs

We definitely live in a divided age. More than ever, we stand on opposing sides of a great political and social chasm. We argue on social media, disagree at the dinner table, and are driven mad by all the discord

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Introducting Responsive Ads for Display

One of a marketer’s most important skills is being able to read and cater to an audience. If you’ve ever had the unfortunate experience of equating Star Wars and Star Trek to fans of the two, you know exactly what

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Parallel Tracking for Google Ads

We talk a lot here on the blog about finding the perfect way to bait your hook or potential customers. Well written ad copy, smart bidding, and following Google’s best practices can all be helpful in this regard. But there’s

Advertising by Voice Search

In an interview at SXSW interactive back in 2013 Amit Singhal, head of Google’s search rankings division, famously said that “The destiny of Google’s search engine is to become that Star Trek computer, and that’s what we’re building.” Though Star

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