Search engine marketing (SEM) is a rapidly changing field rife with opportunities, but it takes expertise and experience to run optimal interactive advertising campaigns. When engaging in digital advertising, such as paid search, display media, social media advertising and remarketing, it's extremely important that your efforts are backed by knowledge and strategy. Here, our SEM experts provide the tips and information you can use to improve your campaigns, and your ROI. To stay up to date on our search engine marketing blog, subscribe to our feed.
If you are running paid advertising campaigns to boost leads or generate sales, then Conversion Rate is probably a metric you look into frequently. Conversion Rate is telling you how many people saw and clicked your ad against how many people converted. If 10 users clicked my ad, but 5 bought something from my website – my Conversion Rate is 50%. This is a great way to measure campaign efficiency, especially if you are trying to stay within a tight budget and keep your Cost per Conversion low.
Over the past decade, machine learning and artificial intelligence have grown immensely. Due to this, Google’s AdWords and Advertising network have become more predictive and intelligent.
Paid search campaigns will undergo many optimizations over time, depending on the length and budget of a campaign, those optimizations could be slight or major to achieve the goal. Search Query Reports are frequently used to make optimizations, but is the power of these reports underrated? Although they are no secret to advertisers, let’s break down some ways a Search Query Report in Google or Bing can be used to connect the dots for your Paid Search campaigns. Perhaps these ideas will change the frequency in which you review these reports with your marketing team.