Will Google’s New Four Ad Scheme Push Out Smaller Advertisers?

| February 25, 2016

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If you work in digital marketing and you haven’t heard about how Google is beginning to remove paid ads from the right sidebar on search results pages, I would like to welcome you back from what I assume must have been a wonderful vacation on a private island with no access to modern technology.There is a lot to know about what’s happening, who could be affected, and what can be done to deal with this new change. Anyone who is advertising via AdWords is going to be affected in some way, and so we reached out to some PPC experts to get their take on why Google is making this change, who the change will affect, and what can be done to deal with whatever happens.

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