You already have done a ton to bring the most fruit out of your PPC campaigns. This new year, go for a fresh tune up of your entire effort. A few tweaks could help you spice up your entire PPC campaign. The article brings forth some small but significant changes that you can do to charge up your campaign.
KPI, popularly, 'Key Performance Indicators' is a known term across industry verticals. This metric indicates the health and performance of a given campaign and its internal elements. Alike, PPC KPI reveals how successful a campaign was and how well it performed.
The new and advanced AdWords interface is live for sometime, and marketers are now using New AdWords Features quite comfortably. The new interface has been rolling out to the advertisers gradually, and will be available to every one by the year end. The advertisers who have access to both the new and older versions can navigate back and forth between the two.
Your PPC campaign strategy shouldn’t be limited to the above. Go deeper into research and find how to utilize your dollars on campaigns. Remember, Google AdWords could be an expensive investment if done without looking all its aspects. I don’t see any reason to invest money in any channel if the ROI isn’t there.
For PPC marketers, 206 has been a year with a mix bag of opportunities. The year will be in their mind for numerous changes and feature that they witnessed in PPC landscape. For both Google AdWords and Bing Ads, changes were made and equally appreciated.
A service or product is meant for specific consumers who are located around certain geographical boundaries. They are likely to be your target customers. A campaign planning should start here. Start marking the locations where you can find most of your buyers.
Google has recently announced a slew of new features in its latest AdWords Editor v11.6. Some of the brand new features added to the version 11.6 include device bid adjustments, two Gmail ad templates, universal app campaigns, scheduled downloads, and improvements to advanced search.
The cross device retargeting feature, however, will be limited to the signed-in users. Until now, Google mainly focused on solving the attribution problem of tracking conversion activity that span across several devices with metrics and reporting.
The campaign groups feature will allow advertisers and PPC management experts group campaigns with common targets to monitor performance against those goals. The feature can be accessed from the left sidebar in AdWords
Like me, every second paid marketer loves to see higher ppc conversion rates for their ppc campaigns. However, we may have different opinions on the strategies that bring the results. There are marketers who prefer employing small, incremental adjustments, whereas some others bat for bigger tweaks to transform campaigns completely.