Another way to define a perimeter is not by distance, but by time. A company named iGeolise developed a platform they call TravelTime, an API that allows mobile apps and sites to search by time rather than distance. This could be useful for a condo unit near downtown looking to attract workers with very long commutes, or a restaurant targeting hotel patrons within a 10-minute walking distance.
The same goes for PPC advertising. Potential customers who are targeted with your PPC ads don’t care about your need to fill your pipeline or your salespeople’s need to meet their quota—the truth is they only care about what’s in it for themselves. Cater to this by crafting your ad copy in the second person, keeping the importance on the consumer and not on your company.
That’s right. Unfortunately, all those slight tweaks to your ad copy and bidding strategies actually do very little in terms of turning leads into customers. So, what exactly should you do to PPC campaigns to maximize conversion potential? Don’t fret—there are actually quite a few things, and we’re going to teach you about each one of them. Below, check out the strategies you should be focusing on to achieve ultimate results.
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Another easy, yet possibly expensive, way of testing geo-location is using a PPC platform such as AdWords. You can set your campaign targeting to very specific locations and languages, as well as set the destination URLs of your individual ads. Similarly, this will require a set of landing pages for each campaign, but delivers results very quickly. You may be able to run a fast, data rich, and location-based conversion analysis with little more.
Bluetooth technology is less expensive than GPS and WiFi. However, while bluetooth makes beacons great, it’s also their downside, as many folks keep bluetooth turned off when they’re moving around in the world. To understand the tech in greater detail, Estimote, a beacon vendor, does a good job of explaining the physics and math of how beacons work.

Die Mitläufer stellen meist keine Gefahr für Sie dar. Nischenanbieter sind ebenfalls keine nennenswerte Konkurrenz für Sie, wenn Sie nicht vorhaben, dieselbe Nische zu bedienen. Genauer ansehen sollten Sie sich hingegen die Marktführer sowie deren Angreifer. Erstellen Sie eine Liste mit etwa fünf bis acht Konkurrenten, die Sie in den folgenden Schritten genauer unter die Lupe nehmen werden.
Vielleicht fragt ihr euch, warum Unternehmen andere Firmen auf dem Markt analysieren sollten, auch wenn sie eigentlich nichts mit ihnen direkt zu tun haben. Gemäß der Weisheit “Alles Fließt“ (lat. Panta Rhei) oder “Die einzige Konstante ist die Veränderung“ sollten sie stets nicht nur die Veränderungen im Markt, sondern auch die Konkurrenten im Auge behalten. Mithilfe von Wettbewerbsanalysen überprüfen Unternehmen alle wichtigen Faktoren, die auf den Zielmarkt Einfluss haben. So können Führungskräfte die Strategien der Konkurrenten besser verstehen und im günstigsten Fall sogar vorhersehen– wenn beispielsweise Veränderungen am Markt auftreten. Dann können Unternehmen schlussendlich folgern, was sie selbst besser machen oder verändern sollten.
2. Define how will you measure success. This is probably one of the most important questions to answer before you begin any campaign. As a consultant, this is one of the first questions I ask a potential client. The answer as you might expect is page one ranking. If your objective is branding only, then this is fine, however, if like most organizations yours is a conversion strategy, then I would caution you to not be so short-sighted. Your objective should be how many conversions you want to achieve for each keyword. Top ranking will help you with visibility, which is a good thing, but if you bring in traffic from that keyword and those visitors do not engage and convert, then why bother? You must set your sights on keywords that convert.

There is no “right number” of keywords to include, however I like to include 100 or more in my manual campaigns and then the Automatic targeting campaign. Amazon search is often about the long-tail keywords that may be 4 words or more, and it is hard to identify those keywords if you start with too small of a sample set. You can always trim down your keyword list after a week of running Automatic campaigns, and then you will see your ACoS improve and your ROI increase nicely.

In order to get more specific with our audience, we set up our targeting to focus on those people that Facebook says are interested in moving. We narrow our age range slightly to exclude those too young to (probably) be looking to sell their home, and also include some demographic and behavioral targeting traits. We target those who are “likely to move” and those within a range of incomes and net worths that we like:
Either way, for the third time, thank you, Chandan. I tend to start my analysis (my own website or that of competition) using something simpler (like or the tool I mentioned before that was flagged for some reason). It gives a lot of technical data quickly, so long as you can decipher it and draw some conclusions. And, naturally, take some of it with a grain of salt. But once that is done, your list is the obvious next step into in-depth analysis.