are not tracking
A Conversion is any action taken on your
site that is valuable. Some
Has Your Business Assigned
The Right Value To Each Of
Most of the time it comes down to two
reasons this isn't working on your site.
#1: It’s difficult.
You have to create & install
tracking codes, properly structure
conversion events & then create a
report matrix based on each
business’s unique ROI/ROAS
Unless your PPC vendor is also a good developer, connecting
webhooks and the millions of third party tools together becomes a
project all on its own.
Most conversion tracking that is setup is often only partially
Without proper conversion metrics being reported, Google/
Facebook/Bing are buying clicks in the auction without knowing
if it’s even profitable to you.
Some signs this is neglected:
1. You have less than 200 negative keywords
2. Your ad groups aren’t themed
3. Your keywords haven’t been updated in over a month
4. You don’t know what a “search term report” looks like
5. Your PPC vendor isn’t asking quality control questions about incoming clicks
6. You feel like marketing is an expense not an investment
Keyword research is a
Your negative keyword strategy
needs to be as thought out as
your target keywords are.
As a service business you want
the words “near me…”
But, did you add “how to” to your
negative keyword list?
“Dentist near me”
is a far different search than
“How to become a dentist”
Keywords (both target & negative) need to
be reviewed weekly or you’ll be buying highly
If Your Ad Copy
Which one would you pick. A or B?
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Almost a 100% picked B. Both ads represent the company. But
the second one brought them in an additional $350k in 2018.
The more people click on your ad the
cheaper it gets. Google rewards those
that deliver relevance to their users. This is
your Quality Score.
The difference between good and
great ad copy, on average,
is over $100k for most businesses
across a 12 month period.
You’re one audit away from optimizing