Does your digital advertising send your visitors to your home page as the starting point of their journey? If so, you could be wasting your digital advertising budget and ought to think again! A well architected landing page is much more likely to convert visitors into leads.
If you haven’t read part 1 of our Common PPC Shortcomings series you can find it here. In our day to day work we find a large amount of PPC ads have similar faults. Often they are the kind of thing someone setting up their own ads wouldn’t think of. This also means these things aren’t asked of an agency so even if you’ve outsourced to a professional you may unfortunately still have these problems present in your PPC campaigns.
Part 2 focuses on extensions. Call Extensions, Sitelink Extensions and Location Extensions. If you’re not sure what any of those are then you need to read on! There’s a good chance you might be losing out because you haven’t asked for these things. The right extensions can have a huge effect on Click Through Rates across the board.
An engaging mobile ready website is essential to your online success and provides the hub for your digital marketing campaigns. Your email or PPC campaigns are what drive your potential clients or customers to your website. When they land, your website needs to take those visitors and lead them by the hand, converting them into leads and ultimately buyers. So, there are some key things to consider when refreshing, redesigning or building your website from scratch.
Here are seven key steps that will help you achieve website success.
1: Discovery – Understand What You Need
Most websites have to achieve more than one goal and you may well have many marketing objectives; brand awareness, education and sales are just a few. It’s important to focus on what your customers and potential customers want. Understanding who your customers are and what they want from your site is essential. Using buyer personas is an ideal starting point to guide you in the right direction. Continue reading →
Bounce Rate is an important metric when it comes to measuring the optimisation of your pages, blogs and ads. However it’s not as simple as just a ‘good’ and a ‘bad’ Bounce Rate. Depending on the type of page and the aim of it a ‘good’ Bounce Rate can vary wildly. The Bounce Rate tells you if visitors are staying on your website or if they’re leaving without taking a look around.
So What Exactly Is Bounce Rate?
A site visitor has ‘bounced’ if they leave your site after viewing only a single page. If a visitor bounces it suggests one of two things, either they’ve found exactly what they were looking for or they see nothing they’re looking for. Context is important when it comes to deciding whether your Bounce Rate is in the right ballpark. Continue reading →