If you have a website, chances are you’re currently connected to Google Analytics (GA). GA is an analytical tool that is extensively used worldwide and available for free. If you don’t have GA and would like to start tracking valuable data on your website, follow these basic instructions from Google. Read More “How Google Analytics Can Help You Make Smart Marketing Decisions”
Have you ever wished you could find out what people do after they’ve clicked on your Facebook ad? Facebook keeps track of the actions users take while they’re still on the social media platform, but when a user chooses to click on your ad and ends up on your website, an entire collection of useful data about the actions they’re taking may seem lost. That’s where the Facebook pixel comes in.
If you’re new to pay-per-click advertising and want to get started on a campaign for your business, the first and most important step is learning how to do keyword research. Keywords are relevant words to help people find the products or services your business offers. Your selection of keywords can include a combination of single words and search phrases like “coffee” and “gourmet iced coffee.”
About two years ago, Google opened Gmail Sponsored Promotions, also known as GSP, to all advertisers. Gmail Sponsored Promotions are advertisements that show up in personal Gmail boxes in the social and promotions tabs.
Paid search advertisements are a form of marketing within the sponsored listings of a search engine. These can be charged in one of two ways: by paying each time your ad is clicked or each time your ad is displayed. Pay-per-click, also known as PPC, is the most common form of paid search advertising and charges advertisers each time their ads are clicked, while cost-per-impression charges advertisers each time their ad is displayed.
Most Internet use begins with a search engine, which provides an opportunity for your advertising to reach a wide audience. Marketers have taken notice, with both B2B and B2C marketers listing search engine marketing as their most widely used tool. Search engines have responded by updating their advertising programs to accommodate the needs of modern marketers.