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Over the next few weeks, I will be taking you through the 5 dimensions of conversion-oriented landing experiences, showcasing some examples of pages that are Relevant, Engaging,Authoritative, Directional and that Yield Optimal. In the final post, I’ll give a checklist for conducting your own R.E.A.D.Y review. So, let’s get started with the first dimension — Relevancy.

A relevant landing experience makes sure visitors’ expectations are met, by fulfilling on its pre-click promise. How do you know if your page is relevant? Start by reviewing your ad, then use the five points of relevancy to gauge your effectiveness.

  • 1. Fulfills Promises
  • 2. Targeted & Specific
  • 3. Design Matched
  • 4. Visually Appealing
  • 5. Speaks the Audience’s Language

COMPLETE STORY

The Blueprint for a Perfectly Testable Landing Page


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Landing pages are composed of a group of definable elements. The building blocks presented below can be used as a guide when defining and creating a perfect landing page of your own!

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The Blueprint for a Perfectly Testable Landing Page

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5 Tips For Optimizing A Pay Per Click (PPC) Campaign

When pulling together a pay per click (PPC) strategy for a company you really have to think about what your company’s goals are. Better ROI from your PPC keyword campaigns or traffic for branding? Those goals influence what keywords you target, the development of your landing pages, ad content creation, and how you measure the success of the each pay per click campaign. Here are a few factors to consider when developing a PPC campaign.


When pulling together a pay per click (PPC) strategy for a company you really have to think about what your company’s goals are.  Better ROI from your  PPC keyword campaigns or traffic for branding? Those goals influence what keywords you target, the development of your landing pages, ad content creation, and how you measure the success of the each pay per click campaign. Here are a few factors to consider when developing a PPC campaign. Leer más “5 Tips For Optimizing A Pay Per Click (PPC) Campaign”

5 Tips For Optimizing A Pay Per Click (PPC) Campaign

When pulling together a pay per click (PPC) strategy for a company you really have to think about what your company’s goals are. Better ROI from your PPC keyword campaigns or traffic for branding? Those goals influence what keywords you target, the development of your landing pages, ad content creation, and how you measure the success of the each pay per click campaign. Here are a few factors to consider when developing a PPC campaign.

1. Keyword Research:

* Conduct PPC research to determine what keywords competitors are using, and what keywords work for competitors.
* Consider using a social media monitoring tool like Radian6 to help find new keywords from social media related to your industry.


When pulling together a pay per click (PPC) strategy for a company you really have to think about what your company’s goals are.  Better ROI from your  PPC keyword campaigns or traffic for branding? Those goals influence what keywords you target, the development of your landing pages, ad content creation, and how you measure the success of the each pay per click campaign. Here are a few factors to consider when developing a PPC campaign.

1. Keyword Research:

How’s Your Website’s Landing Page?

Question: Is your value proposition reflected in your landing page? Can people tell right away:

* What you are offering?
* Who you wish to appeal to?
* Why they would be interested in your offer?
* What they need to do to participate/purchase?

If you own a website, a particular challenge that you’ll face is how you can be found amidst a throng of like-minded individuals who are also grappling for a potential customer’s attention in this free-for-all space. What will make you stand out from the rest? What will set you apart?

As trivial as it may seem, first impressions really do last, so look your best the first time. And this is where landing pages, the first thing that they will see, will play a crucial role in your business.


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Question: Is your value proposition reflected in your landing page? Can people tell right away:

  • What you are offering?
  • Who you wish to appeal to?
  • Why they would be interested in your offer?
  • What they need to do to participate/purchase?

If you own a website, a particular challenge that you’ll face is how you can be found amidst a throng of like-minded individuals who are also grappling for a potential customer’s attention in this free-for-all space. What will make you stand out from the rest? What will set you apart?

As trivial as it may seem, first impressions really do last, so look your best the first time. And this is where landing pages, the first thing that they will see, will play a crucial role in your business. Leer más “How’s Your Website’s Landing Page?”

This Just Tested: How PPC specificity drove 21% more clicks and cut costs 66%

It has been a while since we have published Pay Per Click (PPC) ad testing. Lately, it can seem like PPC has taken the back seat to topics like social media and mobile. However, PPC remains an integral part of the online marketing campaigns for many of our own Research Partners, so we are still testing to discover the most effective ways to craft PPC ads.

So enough introductions and segues, let’s get down to the test.


It has been a while since we have published Pay Per Click (PPC) ad testing. Lately, it can seem like PPC has taken the back seat to topics like social media and mobile. However, PPC remains an integral part of the online marketing campaigns for many of our own Research Partners, so we are still testing to discover the most effective ways to craft PPC ads.

So enough introductions and segues, let’s get down to the test. Leer más “This Just Tested: How PPC specificity drove 21% more clicks and cut costs 66%”