Sitting in the shadow of Google as the secondary PPC tool often leaves Facebook neglected and misunderstood as a PPC medium. The active users on search engines are a world apart from the passive audience, and while ad copy strategy is the immediate distinction between the two the management of profile targeting and ‘ad burnout’ isn’t hard if time is invested.
It seems to have been a really rather busy few weeks for Google, withhem testing new appearances and variations of PPC advert display all over the place. Here’s a summary of the changes we’ve seen popping up recently:
With plenty predicting that 2011 will be a year of Conversion Rate Optimisation we definitely think we’re looking forward to providing you with valuable insights towards increasing the conversion rate of your online channels this year. Our first topic doesn’t get much ‘buzz’ – it’s average order value (AOV), and basic tactics and methods for increasing this metric.
Improving websites has always been an internet marketing essential and since the arrival of Kiril at Attacat, it’s something we have been focusing on even more. His passion and expertise in what we describe as “conversion rate optimisation” (aka “website thinknig”) has really got my grey matter stirring and changed the [...]
You can follow best practice guidelines, adopt recommended systems and try to institutionalise the whole process, but at the end of the day every client, every campaign and every search engine user will always be different. But throwing caution to the wind, here’s my interpretation of how a PPC campaign can be managed.
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