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Be Remarkable: Take That Idea and Own It!

Double Your Paid Search Clicks Without Raising Your Budget

The keyword phrases to use for your PPC account aren’t always obvious. A key to great ROI and customer loyalty is to have customers think that you’re the only viable solution to their problem at a given time. Therefore, the challenge in keyword research is not coming up with keywords. That’s the easy part. You just scan the website and use the product names and there you go…a keyword list.

The challenge is in exploiting markets that become successful that competitors may not have thought of. That’s why it’s important to always be practicing keyword discovery and exploring phrases that might work well by always testing.

Smart Web Business Decisions Made Easier

Here is an absolutely delightful new little (but really huge!) feature in Google Analytics that should make anyone interested in improving their web business results smile from ear to ear. It’s called Weighted Sort.

The problem:

You want to find out how your keywords are performing for a particular metric, say bounce rate, because you want to improve the relevance of the visitors to your site. You jump into analytics to take a look at the Keyword Report, click on the bounce rate heading to sort bounce rates from worst to best, and you find this…

PPC Testing Made Easier with AdWords Campaign Experiments

If you take your PPC campaigns seriously (why wouldn’t you?), you’re always testing. Always. It’s the only way to accomplish long-term growth and gain insights that will translate into all of your other marketing channels. One problem that has been inherent since the beginning of PPC is the inability to do true A/B split-testing with variables like keywords, bids, ad text, ad groups, match types, dynamic keyword insertion, etc.