[NEWS] Dynamic Creative Named in Top Google Ads Blogs To Follow in 2020

Top Google Ads Blog

The Dynamic Creative Blog has been named as the 10th best Google Ads blog to follow in 2020 by

Dynamic Creative’s blogs cover helpful ‘How Tos’ in Google Ads as well as pieces to explain how we help our customers improve their returns in Google.    In 2020 we will deliver weekly content to our subscribers about a range of topics in Google Ads. We want to help online advertisers by sharing our knowledge.

You can find the full list of selected blogs here. Feedspot has a team of experts whose goal is to rank blogs, podcasts and youtube channels in several niche categories. Ranking is based on relevancy, blog post frequency(freshness), social metrics, domain authority, traffic and many other parameters.

Our blog covers Google How Tos, Google Search, Google Shopping, Google Feeds and more. Let us know if you’d like us to cover something in particular in the comments.


How We Can Help Our Customers

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We also have some e-commerce platform specific services.

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