If you aren’t aware of buzzwords in your industry or the terms your potential audience will search to try to find you, you need to do some more research or you will definitely be losing people. In Jerry’s case, he has office space for rent as individual desks in a common room. He needs to realize that the term his potential audience will use to search for that is ‘coworking’. A five-minute keywords change would provide Jerry with a clearer vision of his website’s performance and a greater likelihood of being found through search. Check out the revised keywords below:
V nové strategii NATO se uvádí, že na provedení budoucích operací mohou mít vliv moderní systémy protivzdušné obrany a vesmírné prostředky, a poprvé po studené válce bude aliance v situaci, kdy bude možná mít nadřazenost ve vzduchu. Ke komu konkrétně směřuje tato teze? Ne snad těm zemím, včetně Česka, které nedoplácejí do společné pokladny 2 % HDP?
Because of our idea that you should have one brand and several (hundreds) keywords, we’re not big fans of keyword domains at Yoast either. By using a keyword domain you bind your companies past, present and future to a single keyword. And with the abundance of new top level domains (TLDs) now available, you’ll have a very hard time buying all of the TLDs with the same keyword to keep out the competition.
Analysen kan også bruges til at vurdere jeres nuværende linkbuilding-leverandør og det arbejde, der bliver udført af denne. Er jeres website ramt af en linkstraf, eksempelvis Google Penguin, vil dette også blive belyst i en linkanalyse. Der stilles garanti for, at jeres website kommer tilbage i Googles søgeindeks igen, hvis de i analysen anførte problematikker bliver løst efter hensigten. Det er en garanti, som kun Bondtofte ApS tilbyder på det danske marked.
Nur wer die Strategien der Wettbewerber kennt, hat auch die Möglichkeit, den eigenen Handlungsspielraum sicher und zuverlässig abschätzen zu können. Schließlich beeinflussen die Produkte und Serviceleistungen unserer schärfsten Konkurrenten auch die Anspruchshaltung unserer Kunden ganz erheblich. Darüber hinaus sollten wir das Aggressionspotenzial unserer Wettbewerber in Erfahrung bringen.
In summary, these are but a few of the examples of how geography plays such an important part in creating customized and targeted marketing campaigns. Consumers respond better to relevant marketing which means that ROI of targeted campaigns will increase. Mobile consumers make geography one of the best ways to target while technology and data make doing so a real advantage to those who use it. Sometimes it takes a little creativity, but it is worth the effort. Especially for the business of local.

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36. 36 @peakaceag pa.ag Wer ist eure Zielgruppe? Buyer-Personas helfen! Buyer-Persona: Die konsequente Weiterentwicklung der Zielgruppenanalyse! Lesenswert: http://pa.ag/2mrRfzN  Zielführende Buyer-Personas basieren auf Informationen über Bestandskunden oder aus der Marktforschung  In den Daten finden sich Übereinstimmungen/Gemeinsamkeiten, die dabei helfen, die Persona zu konkretisieren  Mit einer Buyer-Persona vor Augen kann u.a. leichter ermittelt werden, was der ideale Käufer tun würde, gleichermaßen findet sich die bessere bzw. spezifischere Ansprache Ein Beispiel für eine vereinfachte Zielgruppe könnte wie folgt lauten: Geschlecht: weiblich Familienstand: verheiratet Alter: 45 bis 50 Jahre Einkommen: 2.500 € bis 3.000 € brutto Bildungsniveau: Master of Arts Arbeitsverhältnis: fest angestellt Interessen: Yoga Dieser Auszug aus einem Buyer-Persona-Beispiel veranschaulicht das Konzept: Persona-Name: Beate Beispiel Hintergrund: Leiterin der Personalabteilung Demografische Daten: weiblich, 30 bis 45, doppeltes Einkommen 125.000 € Identifikatoren: ruhiges Auftreten, bittet um Infomaterial per E-Mail/Post Ziele: möchte, dass ihre Mitarbeiter glücklich sind und die Fluktuation unter den Beschäftigten niedrig ist Herausforderungen: alle Aufgaben müssen von wenigen Mitarbeitern erledigt werden

To create a similar chart, start with your website goals and map them to a potential visitor’s goal. For example, you may want to generate more event space inquiries, which means potential visitors to your website would likely be searching for an event space. Now ask yourself: what do people searching for an event space type into Google? If I were looking for this type of product or service, how would I search for it on the web?

Nehmen Sie mit der Checkliste von formblitz Schritt für Schritt Ihre Wettbewerber ins Visier. Die Konkurrenzanalyse für Existenzgründer ist auch als Bestandteil für Ihren Businessplan verwendbar. Zentraler Bestandteil dieser Checkliste sind die Stärken und Schwächen Ihres Mitstreiter, Lösungsvorschläge, wie Sie als Existenzgründer diese Dinge besser machen werden. Mit diesem Dokument können Sie bis zu vier Wettbewerber hinsichtlich Marktposition, Preispolitik und Marketingstrategie vergleichen.
"We've been experimenting with Quora Ads in a few client accounts and have been intrigued by the (limited) results thus far. One of our clients, Dataquest, is an online platform for learning data science. Their marketing director approached us about Quora Ads a few months ago, and we decided to give it a shot. To be fair, we are still in the middle of the trial run, so the traffic is fairly low, but what we have seen come through is enough to get us excited about it as a new channel. 

Deshalb ist die Wettbewerbsanalyse ein nützliches Tool für das Marketing und die weitere Entwicklung von Strategien. Bei Wettbewerbsrivalität geht es darum, sich stets mit den Besten seiner Branche zu vergleichen und daraus zu lernen. Das gewonnene Wissen sollte dann eingesetzt werden, um positiv aufzufallen und sich als bestes Unternehmen am Markt zu beweisen.

This is the only match type that will trigger your ad for any search query that is remotely relevant. Broad match casts the widest net of searches, so your bid on “shoes” can also show your ad for search queries like “sneakers”, “red shoes”, “coolest summer shoes”, etc. At the moment this is the only match type that Amazon offers, so if you want to control your searches more accurately, you will have to employ the Negative keywords.


Exhaustive – Your keyword research should include not only the most popular and frequently searched terms in your niche, but also to the long tail of search. Long-tail keywords are more specific and less common, but they add up to account for the majority of search-driven traffic. In addition, they are less competitive, and therefore less expensive.

To do this, you want to analyze your analytics frequently by keyword and observe visitors’ behavior when they come to your website or landing page. Don’t fixate on just traffic alone. How much time are they spending on your site? What is the average number of pages they are viewing? What is the bounce rate? A high bounce rate like 80 percent will tell you that most of your visitors leave your site immediately upon landing on your site. They’re not engaged and see no content clues they arrived at their desired destination. This can be fixed by making changes to your landing pages as long as they are relevant to the keywords that brought them there.
Using geo-targeting, you use smart marketing tactics. A great example of a successful use of area segmenting is evo, an e-commerce sporting goods store. When they took the leap to open up three brick and mortar stores. Their first step was to send out an email blast for a $200 shopping trip to users in the area. Though the campaign had a 58% conversion on mobile users, the campaign wasn’t as effective at driving traffic to their store fronts.
IT is more cost-effective to target already existing demand to increase your market share for more qualified leads. For more tips on how to prioritize your keyword strategy and your comprehensive search campaigns, check out Directive’s Complete Guide to B2B Marketing and Demand Generation. And be sure to subscribe to our blog for weekly updates on the most innovative industry-leading tactics!
Lower Costs: When there is a near-infinite supply of search query impressions each month, your strategy is to lower your cost per click in order to drive more click (and conversion) volume to your website. This generally involves making use of keyword list refinement (match types, negative keywords) and lowering bids while keeping an eye on average position.
With the constant stream of new betas, introduction of format changes (hello Expanded Text Ads!) and a multitude of new targeting methods such as tablet bid modifiers and demographic bidding for search, paid search marketing continues to become more and more complex. Gone are the days when running ad copy tests, adding negative keywords, performing bid adjustments, and launching more targeted ad groups was sufficient to drive account growth. Today’s paid search advertiser must choose from hundreds of available account optimization strategies.
It is a common misconception that sprinkling your chosen keyword randomly throughout your site is enough to improve SEO for B2B marketing. Unfortunately, doing so can actually result in a serious loss of business. Creating a strong keyword strategy is one of the most important things you can do to improve SEO. It is equally important to know how to do it right, as well as understand why it’s so necessary. This post will explain why a keyword strategy is important for SEO and B2B marketing, as well as explain how to create one that will draw in business.
Another thing you need to do in order to maximize the effectiveness of your PPC campaigns is increase the quality and relevancy of your landing page content and user experience. These two elements have a big influence on whether or not leads will convert between your PPC ads and landing pages. A poorly designed or irrelevant landing page is a sure way to tank conversion rates.
But while many marketers understand the value of geotargeting, not many are ‎likely to understand how the technology behind it works.  Having a firm grasp on ‎the technology though is actually critical in this case, as different solutions take ‎different approaches to the problem of determining the physical location of a ‎consumer, and the simplest solution is usually the least accurate.  Just as traditional ‎strategies don’t always translate well to digital, many desktop strategies don’t ‎translate well to mobile.  ‎
Amazon will decide which one to select based on bids and relevance. Even with ads, if A9 deems one product “less worthy” than the other and they both have the same ad spend, the “more worthy” product will appear. And yes, you would end up competing with yourself on some ad words. Fortunately, Amazon’s back end remarketing tools (such as “other similar tools”) will help give similar products synergy.

Con il termine Pay Per Click si fa riferimento agli annunci che compaiono in alto e di fianco ai risultati organici dei motori di ricerca in una pagina dei risultati (SERP). Il costo per questa pubblicità su Internet si basa su due cose: il Costo per il Clic (CPC) e le parole chiave. Il CPC è determinato dal costo delle singole parole chiave, che fanno parte di un ampio sistema di offerta. Alcune parole chiave sono più costose rispetto ad altre, ed è per questo che la ricerca delle parole chiave è fondamentale per avviare questi tipo di pubblicità su internet.
For many of you reading this post, you may wonder why these other strategies exist at all. Shouldn’t people only be paying for clicks that directly impact their ability to generate revenue and ultimately profit? I struggled with this concept early in my career, but ultimately came to the conclusion that not every single marketing activity can be direct response.
Take Coca Cola and Red Bull for example. They have massive marketing budgets, and the majority of that budget goes into branding and (I am guessing) very little attention is paid to determining the ROI of each individual activity they sponsor. They just know that the more they can build equity in their brand, the more products they will sell. The result? They are some of the most recognizable brands in the world. They are also extremely profitable at the end of the year – they just achieve that profitability differently than what we are used to seeing as direct response marketers.
The best way to see what geotargeting can do for your company is to undertake a test campaign on a site like Facebook employing the parameters that would best access your target audience in various parts of the country. Include the specified area(s) within the ad’s content and launch it to see how it impacts results at your various locations and your online business. From there, you can further expand on what the technique can do, even using it as a recruitment tool to locate new marketing talent to run your next geotargeting campaign.
Say our real estate marketing business really starts to blow up. We make a few new hires and start to divide Manhattan up into regions, with each new employee responsible for a new section. Each one is responsible for marketing within their region. We can easily carve out an “excluded” area within any local awareness region to, for example, exclude a particular zip code that we’re not responsible for from our ad’s targeting. That lets us save money by not targeting customers that we don’t really want to be attracting:
Because of our idea that you should have one brand and several (hundreds) keywords, we’re not big fans of keyword domains at Yoast either. By using a keyword domain you bind your companies past, present and future to a single keyword. And with the abundance of new top level domains (TLDs) now available, you’ll have a very hard time buying all of the TLDs with the same keyword to keep out the competition.
In 2016, we used ROAS to reduce non-converting spend and improve overall profitability. At the end of the second quarter, CPA was nearly 18% over our $20 goal. To address this, we examined our highest CPA campaigns and noted that one campaign (“Campaign 1”) was at nearly twice our CPA goal for the past year, but had also generated the most revenue relative to its spend. On the other hand, we could see that our poorest converting campaign (“Campaign 6”) had not closed any leads in the past 12 months.
And so on and so on. The point of this step isn't to come up with your final list of keyword phrases -- you just want to end up with a brain dump of phrases you think potential customers might use to search for content related to that particular topic bucket. We'll narrow the lists down later in the process so you don't have something too unwieldy.
Research: These searchers are further down the funnel than informational searchers. They’ve already decided that they want to buy a product, but they haven’t quite decided which one is best. They’re looking for more information, so product keywords usually include words such as "review", “top 10”, “comparison”. And while it may look like spam to you, a word like “cheap” can actually help turn researchers into conversions.
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.
In the print days, taking out an ad in the Detroit Free Press allowed businesses to know that primarily Detroit area residents who could actually visit the business would see the ad in question. Not so in the era of mobile ads which, if delivered indiscriminately and without location context, can be less successful because they aren’t relevant or personal. Ad creative targeted at — and customized for — an Oklahoma consumer versus a New York City one is likely to be more effective in driving a physical sale.
Competitive analysis. Sometimes, a stakeholder identifies the competition in the PPC space incorrectly. Competitive analysis helps me learn who the competition actually is and what they are doing to be successful in terms of bidding, keyword targeting and creative messaging. The competitive analysis helps me determine how aggressive I need to be in my account management policies in order to successfully compete in the marketplace.

You might have an incredibly competitive category. Just setting the budget to $50 doesn’t necessarily mean the keyword is high enough. Try adjusting the keyword for “plus size tops” to $3-$4 per click and check if it’s there. If that doesn’t work, you might consider giving away promotions on a site like Jump Send to increase its relevancy in the Amazon search engine.
Understanding which websites already rank for your keyword gives you valuable insight into the competition, and also how hard it will be to rank for the given term. Are there search advertisements running along the top and right-hand side of the organic results? Typically, many search ads means a high-value keyword, and multiple search ads above the organic results often means a highly lucrative and directly conversion-prone keyword.

Once you have collected a good amount of data, it’s time to sift through it and see what’s working, what’s not, and sharpen up your money-making machine. Like I mentioned, Amazon’s advertising platform is very straightforward and simple. This means that the levers you can pull for optimization are more limited than what Facebook Ads, Google AdWords, Bing Ads offers.

As with any Split or Multivariate testing, modification of the visual elements can make a big difference. Similarly, testing different design elements based on the visitor’s location may enlighten about the funnel you’re testing. The way bright colors are interpreted by one culture on side of the planet may be vastly different to another. Think of holiday themes as an example, or national flags as another.
Geotargeting is the practice of delivering content to a consumer — via mobile or web — using geographic location information about that individual. At a basic level, a business can restrict its reach to consumers only located in a defined geographic area such as a state or a city. But location often provides much deeper, more meaningful and identifiable traits that tell you what a person wants, needs or is interested in.
Try to match the offer you make on your pages (product, service, message, etc) to the visitor’s specific location. This sounds simple but requires careful thought and planning. Measure funnel performance for visitors that are geo-targeted versus a control group – are people finding this “filtration” helpful or confining in a way? Statistically, do visitors that are directly served with local offers differ in behavior than those that are asked to “choose your location”? Test it!
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It’s important to remember that online shoppers are humans, and to treat them as such. The examples below show two versions of the same ad for a fake cyber security business. While version A does provide potential customers with information about the company and the services it offers, it fails to address them as people or speak to the challenges or pain points they might be experiencing.
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I always tell people to think of their site as a pyramid. Your brand is at the very top, below that is your cornerstone content for your “head: keywords, the keywords you care about the most, below those are dozens – if not hundreds or thousands – of pages, strengthening your site’s structure. I wrote about site structure & SEO over 3 years ago but it still rings true. We wrote about both these topics in our ebook too.
For example, it’s important to look at the response based on urban, suburban or rural locations. Someone living in northern Indiana may consider driving 25 miles to your store to be no big deal. Most customers or prospects could make the drive in less than half an hour and, therefore, they will visit your store. However, if the prospects live in the River North neighborhood of Chicago, they aren’t going to want to go to your store in Wrigleyville because that’s going to take 50 minutes.

You might have an incredibly competitive category. Just setting the budget to $50 doesn’t necessarily mean the keyword is high enough. Try adjusting the keyword for “plus size tops” to $3-$4 per click and check if it’s there. If that doesn’t work, you might consider giving away promotions on a site like Jump Send to increase its relevancy in the Amazon search engine.
If you haven’t already noticed, we’ve started a big push for a new educational series called The Genius Series. It’s totally free, of course, and it’s here to help folks learn some of the nitty-gritty stuff of Amazon selling. Myself, Kym, Greg, Becky, and Lenny will all be contributing. Since some of the content is still in production, feel free to ask more questions on the forums for anything you want to know about… we’re here to help!
All sorts of companies in all sorts of industries can make use of geo-targeting.  By refining the ad copy to include the city name and a reference to the current weather – for example, including the words “start sleeping cooler” in an ad during periods of hot weather – Purple Mattress, an ecommerce bedding brand has been able to generate higher click-through rates by online shoppers. In an effort to update its aging "Let's Go Places" campaign,  Toyota incorporated city-specific information into each of its Google ads, encouraging consumers to go to places and attractions near them.  Whole Foods targeted ads to the smartphones of consumers visiting nearby supermarkets, encouraging them to come to a nearby Whole Foods nearby exchange for better deals.
Informational: These keywords represent the very beginning of the conversion process, and are not very likely to convert on the first visit. If you’re running a branding campaign you’ll want to be sure to include informational keywords on your list. If you’ve got a conversion goal, you still can’t afford to ignore these keywords as they make up the majority of searches. Informational keywords often use words/phrases like "how to", “do I need” and “where to find”. Consider these leads to be converted later via your website or a retargeting campaign.

Ad scheduling is important for optimizing your ad strategy. You can show your ad whenever a customer searches online or you can show your ad on certain days, or during business hours when you’re there to handle customer inquiries. Your ads give different performance result on different days of the week and different hours of a day. Therefore, have a look at which online days and hours are most suitable for your business and then schedule your ad during these times to increase your exposure. You can also adjust your bid for less performing hours and days.

Once your ad is displayed, it’s likely to be clicked by only a tiny percentage of people who search for such a broad term, making it less likely to be displayed in the future. And even if you create an ad that’s broad enough for those searchers to reliably click, they’re unlikely to find exactly what they’re looking for on your landing page. You’re paying a lot for poor-quality traffic.
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.
After a week or so, you should be able to identify which keywords convert to sales, and at what ACoS. You will want to scan through the keywords and slowly reduce the bids or pause keywords that have an ACoS that is higher than your threshold–for Jungle Stix that threshold is 33% ACoS. By the same token, you will want to identify any keywords that are below your ACoS and you can think about increasing the bid so that your ad will appear more frequently for that converting keyword.
Geofencing hinges on the use of a “fence”—a designated area that a marketer sets. Where geo-targeting allows you to get more granular and include or exclude certain users in the target area (based on demographic, for instance), geofencing is a bit more of a blunt object in that you’ll capture all users who move into a certain area. The purpose of creating a geofence is to target communications in a given zone, in a given context—just like geo-targeting, but with greater accuracy. Retail operators who want to catch the attention of shoppers as they pass by a store, for example, might use geofencing.
As an example, if you sell sports equipment or apparel, you could run two or more different “winter sales” suited to the context of winter in different locations. Your ‘classic’ winter sale would appear in states like Colorado—and could feature an offer for 15% off ski gear, whereas your ‘Californian winter sale’ could showcase 15% off hiking gear.
Need some keyword strategy help while actually creating your posts? If you use WordPress to manage your site content, the Yoast SEO plugin analyzes each post and offers suggestions for improving page content as you prepare your post for publishing. While it’s not a silver bullet that will guarantee good results, it does offer helpful tips for improving your post once it’s in WordPress.
Im Idealfall kennst du den Markt und konkurrierende Unternehmen bereits sehr genau und kannst ihre jeweiligen Besonderheiten, Stärken und Schwächen aus dem Stegreif aufzählen. Dennoch ist es sinnvoll, dich bei deiner Untersuchung nicht nur auf Bauchgefühl, Instinkt, Erfahrung und Hörensagen zu verlassen, sondern nachvollziehbar und strategisch bei der Datensammlung vorzugehen. Dazu kannst du unter anderem diese Informationsquellen nutzen:
Wie kann ich als aufstrebendes Start-up mit geringem Budget möglichst viel Aufmerksamkeit generieren? Wie mit meiner noch kurzen Unternehmenshistorie eine Geschichte erzählen? Wie kann ich Kunden möglichst langfristig an mein Unternehmen binden? Mit welchen Maßnahmen kann ich dafür sorgen, dass mehr Menschen meine Website besuchen? Mit der richtigen Marketingstrategie lassen sich die Ziele eines jeden … Marketingstrategien weiterlesen

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.
7. Use a keyword research brief to share for unified messaging. The final tip is to attempt to break down the silos that are typical in medium to large organizations and share with them enough keyword data so they can be encouraged to use your targeted keywords in their respective messaging. One way to do this is to develop what I call a keyword research brief. This is simply a document that is like an executive summary of keyword research for your top keywords. This document should be no more than one to two pages. It should be a quick read. See an example of this below.
Having initiated a Geo Targeting conversion experiment, you are faced with an inherent problem: how can you verify that your Geo Targeting works? One option is to ask people that are located worldwide to browse your targeted pages and inform you of the results. Another, far more convenient method, is to use a “global geo proxy network” that allows you to browse the web from different global locations.
Um mögliche Stärken der Konkurrenz zu identifizieren und herauszufinden, wo das eigene Unternehmen im Vergleich dazu steht, sollte zuerst festgelegt werden, was in der Zielbranche wichtig ist. So könnte Supermarkt A beispielsweise festlegen, dass Freundlichkeit des Personals, Wartezeiten an der Kasse, Qualität der Produkte und Verfügbarkeit von Bio-Lebensmitteln besonders wichtig sind. Nacheinander können diese Themen dann abgefragt werden.
Um das Beispiel des Supermarkts A erneut aufzugreifen, könnte er zum Beispiel im Nachhinein wissen wollen, welche Namen von Supermärkten Verbrauchern im Großraum Berlin spontan einfallen, und welche Supermarktketten im Süden Deutschlands eher bekannt sind. Außerdem könnte Supermarkt A analysieren, in welche Lebensmittelgeschäfte ältere Menschen eher einkaufen gehen und welche bei 20 bis 30-Jährigen beliebt sind. Stellt er zum Beispiel fest, dass der eigene Markt gerade bei jungen Menschen in Berlin verglichen zur Konkurrenz eher unbeliebt ist, könnte es ein nächster Schritt sein, diese Zielgruppe für künftige Marketingstrategien ins Auge zu fassen. 
Be sure to re-evaluate these keywords every few months -- once a quarter is a good benchmark, but some businesses like to do it even more often than that. As you gain even more authority in the SERPs, you'll find that you can add more and more keywords to your lists to tackle as you work on maintaining your current presence, and then growing in new areas on top of that.
Geo-targeting is virtually a necessity for businesses advertising online, since they cannot assume – as one can with traditional media, like newspapers or radio – where their audience is located. Luckily, this powerful tool is not hard to implement. For example, a small outfit like a pizza parlor with a finite delivery range can purchase online ads that only appear in the browsers of people with an IP address within the neighborhood. Geo-targeting also increases the opportunities for A/B testing. For example, a Japanese-speaking immigration lawyer in the U.S. may choose to run two separately geo-targeted campaigns: one locally for people looking to bring family over or maintain status in the country, and another one in Japan targeting people looking to emigrate.
Keyword research is a time consuming and continuous activity. Create your list of core keywords at the time of campaign planning and you should constantly refine and expand your keyword list for long-tail, low cost and highly relevant keywords. Another important step in keyword research is to review high cost, under performing keywords. Remove these keywords from your list.
Successful online advertising requires ongoing work and optimisation to improve performance and results. Maximising output and reducing input is critical. You must clearly outline the business objectives, goals, and audiences for each campaign. This chapter outlines our PPC model which considers objectives, goals, audience, and targeting to ensure your PPC is based on a solid strategy with clear measures in place to analyse and improve as you go.
There are so many online places to display your PPC ads, which certainly complicates matters. To maximize budget and conversion, marketers must carefully select venues on the basis of factors like traffic volume, average conversion rates, and cost per click. Give your geotargeting the best chance of success by using a platform that allows you to maximize your online visibility without blowing your budget.
A great way to make your website mobile friendly is to implement AMP for your site. Previously it was mainly used by publishers; today it is also a platform for e-commerce and advertising. Since autumn 2017, advertisers can implement AMP for their Google Ads landing pages, making them faster. Building AMP pages for your advertising campaigns can have a positive impact on conversion rates, time on page, bounce rates, and more.
Suchmaschinenoptimierung hat das Ziel bei relevanten Suchbegriffen mit relevanten Seiten auf guten Positionen in den relevanten Suchmaschinen vertreten zu sein. Diese Suchmaschinen können zum Beispiel abseits von Google auch Suchmaschinen, wie Bing, Yahoo oder  Yandex sein, aber auch  spezialisierte Suchmaschinen, wie Amazon (Produktsuche), Indeed (Stellensuche) oder Trivago (Hotelsuche) sein. Die Darstellung des in den Suchmaschinen zu Verfügung stehenden Textes (Snippet) soll dabei den Nutzer zu einem Klick auf das Ergebnis motivieren mit dem Ziel die Erwartung des Nutzers in Hinsicht auf inhaltliche Übereinstimmung zwischen Suchbegriff, Text und Inhalt der Webseite zu erfüllen. Voraussetzung ist der klare und eindeutige Zugang zur gesamten relevanten Website und optimal für Nutzer aufbereitet, und das unabhängig vom Device (mobilfeundlich).
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