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All the best facebook ads you should learn about

If you know what you’re doing with Facebook ads, reaching your ideal cat enthusiast should be no problem.

Now that we’ve covered why you should advertise with Facebook, let’s take a look at what Facebook has changed about their ad platform over the last 12 months — and what it could mean for your ad campaigns.

What Happened In Facebook Ads Last Year?

Facebook introduced several new features to advertisers last year. The updates range from new audience targeting and lead nurturing options to funnel features and loads of new ad formats.

Wait, what new ad formats? I’m glad you asked.

Facebook launched a new product focused ad format called a “Collection.” Clicking on the ad leads users to an immersive, fast-loading shopping experience on Facebook that can showcase up to 50 products at a time.

Here’s a brief glimpse of what a collection ad can look like.


Here’s a brief glimpse of what a collection ad can look like.

While this format is exclusively for mobile users, it’s pretty damn beautiful (an don’t worry, we’ll look at some in-depth examples later).

And speaking of examples, let’s go ahead and begin crowning our top performers in each category. Who knows, you might even get a new idea or two for your own campaigns.

It’s okay, Steve. I think we’ve got it from here.


It’s okay, Steve. I think we’ve got it from here.


Our Top Facebook Ads Of The Year 🏆

There are quite a

few different ad types for you to choose from in Facebook’s Ad Manager. These ad types vary from simple to complex. But the goal is the same throughout — to generate strong engagement and clicks from your target audience.

For a more in-depth walk through on refining your target audience in Facebook, you can check out this helpful guide on how to get more from your Facebook campaigns.

This top performance post will give our favorite examples from each of these different ad types. So, let’s get started.

Photo Ads

Photo ads are the classic Facebook promotions we’re all used to seeing in our News Feed. You can use these to increase brand awareness around your Facebook page or to showcase a new offer.

A very clean photo ad by MOO that does a great job of catching user attention.


A very clean photo ad by MOO that does a great job of catching user attention.

Keep in mind that Facebook newsfeeds are constantly flooded by different types of ads (especially photo ads). So, try to distinguish your product with an actual scene like the ad above.

As opposed to just a plain product image, MOO went with a nicely positioned, big photo of their cards with a color that really makes them pop. Just look at how that red sets the stage.

Why does this ad win for the Facebook image ad category? Because MOO did a great job with creating a unique photo ad (who would think of peppers?) that can really disrupt user flow as he or she scrolls down the News Feed (veering away from, say, a blue color which might not be contrasted enough from the main Facebook brand color).

You can even add links in these photo ads that lead to your actual site or landing page if you want to go beyond just brand awareness for your Facebook page. But, as AdEspresso says in their ad types guide, don’t expect too many clicks from these links. There are other options for that, and we’ll get to those soon enough.

Video Ads

Facebook video ads are technically a type of link-click ad, but instead of a static image for your creative, you use a video or animation. These can be great boosters for your Facebook ad campaigns. We all know how much time users spend watching videos on Facebook, so why not join the party?

In such an overly saturated Facebook environment, it’s important to distinguish your brand from the hordes when trying to grab your users’ attention.

This is where following a few video best practices will pay off (especially in social media).

In terms of which video ad performed best last year, let’s take a look at the example below and why it’s so awesome:

Antonia Saint New York’s Video ad for their new high-tech heel


Antonia Saint New York’s Video ad for their new high-tech heel

Antonia Saint New York created an incredibly effective Facebook campaign in 2017 around their Kickstarter page.

This high-tech heel brand wanted to generate pre-purchases of their new heel line for their crowdfunding campaign.

Image of the heel brand’s Kickstarter page


Antonia Saint New York’s Kickstarter page

This Facebook ad campaign resulted in some huge growth for the high-tech shoe line. By tracking who clicked on their links and video ads, as well as who visited their website or Facebook page, Antonia Saint NY was able to create custom and lookalike audiences for successful remarketing campaigns.

This resulted in a return on investment (ROI) of more than 700% and nearly 2,000 sales from Facebook alone. That’s a big winner for 2017, alright.

The shoe brand was able to leverage their videos’ high click rate to generate strong engagement for their campaigns where it mattered.

By using video as a base insight to create more targeted audiences for remarketing campaigns, they generated actual sales growth instead of just brand awareness. The primary Facebook video campaign focused on explaining the high-tech quality of their heels while the secondary remarketing focused on closing actual sales. And close sales it did.


Yes, in February of last year, AdWeek announced that you can use GIFs in your animated video ads on Facebook. But so many people still don’t take advantage of the option.

Buffer was quick to hop on top of this innovative and engaging method of Facebook advertising. After all, most of us love GIFs.

They actually used GIF ads on two different types of campaigns — the first was a download campaign (link-click ad) to generate conversions for their “Ultimate GIF Guide.”

Note that blue is the color of creativity (most FB ads use this color).


Note that blue is the color of creativity. Most FB ads use this color.

The second campaign was a lower friction, delight-based GIF ad playing off some Harry Potter branding. Playful ads like the house-theme GIF below are a great way to develop strong brand awareness and followers for your Facebook page.

Which House would you be in?


Which House would you be in?

Building up your Facebook community gives you more direct access to your target audience to leverage insights for more powerful optimization.

Each type of Facebook ad has unique benefits that match the goal it should be used for most often. And when it comes to GIFs, the goal for this ad type is “delight”. Buffer killed it in 2017 with these ads by leveraging delight with relevant content offers for big wins.

Carousel Ads

Carousel ads are a great Facebook resource that allows you to show multiple products or offers on a single ad, each with their own link.

Now, there are multiple ways to leverage carousel ads to increase Facebook engagement, link clicks, or eCommerce conversions (sales). But they’re also a great opportunity for you to show off some unique creative branding chops.

This is what Sumo did so well with their 2017 carousel ad campaign.

Some of the best Carousel ads connect their cards with a single image.


Some of the best Carousel ads connect their cards with a single image.

Carousel ads can be a great resource for A/B testing certain features of your ad campaigns. For example, in the images above and below, you can see that the ad creatives are nearly the same. But even though the offer doesn’t change, each panel has its own unique CTA.

The second and third cards extend the same image throughout the ad.


The second and third cards extend the same image throughout the ad.

This way, Sumo marketers were able to A/B test their CTAs to see which converted at a higher rate and use those insights later on in their social advertising.

Keep in mind that there’s a two-card minimum and a 10-card maximum for carousel ads. The sweet spot, however, tends to be within the 3-5 card range, as this is enough cards to ensure that users have to scroll a bit, but not too much to bore them.

Slideshow Ads

These are essentially carousel ads that auto-rotate your selected images instead of waiting for the user to click through or scroll.

For slideshow ads, you can use a pre-existing, self-made video slideshow, or you can upload distinct images to Facebook and select which ones you want to use. You can get pretty granular with your slideshow design by including things like:

  • Image ratio on each image
  • Fade element/style
  • Time each image will show
  • Total images shown
  • Total slideshow length

One slideshow ad best practice is taking successful carousel ads and transforming them into slideshow campaigns. That’s exactly what Sumo did:

Slideshow ads (as opposed to carousel) show each card more individually.


Slideshow ads (as opposed to carousel) show each card more individually.

This way, after optimizing which CTA and offer works best via your carousel split testing, you can select a singular CTA to use on the slideshow app. However, you get to keep the elements from your individual slideshow cards to convey more value (while keeping the user focused on the ad’s overall goal).

This is how slideshow ads can one-up their carousel counterparts. The best social media campaigns will build off one another to leverage more data from the previous campaign to build a more efficient and targeted campaign in the next level of ad type.

Collection Ads

The newest of this bunch, collection ads help retailers showcase their products to mobile users in a new way.

Think of this as a “digital catalog” that allows consumers to browse products straight from your ad. This new era of mobile shopping eliminates long load times and ugly mobile sites, which in turn will reduce friction and drop-off.

Creating a collection ad is simple — all you have to do is choose the “Collection” option when you start making a new ad.

You can find this under the “Format” section on the “New Ad” page.


You can find this under the “Format” section on the “New Ad” page.

From there, you can choose from one of the templates Facebook offers:

Note the new “Lifestyle Layout” lets you promote multiple products in one lifestyle photo.


Note the new “Lifestyle Layout” that lets you promote multiple products in one lifestyle photo.

Once you choose your template, continue creating the ad as you normally would, with a headline, text, etc. For a more in-depth description on setting up collection ads, visit Facebook’s nifty “How To” page.

Anyway, the winner of most epic collection ad goes to Adidas.

Adidas uses this collection ad by featuring a compelling (dope) video above products in a specific line.


Adidas features a compelling video above products in a specific line in this collection ad.

According to a March 2017 Facebook case study, Adidas saw a 5.3x return on ad spend (ROAS) through this campaign.

By using the collection ad for a specific product line or matching theme, rather than all products, Adidas was able to tailor their ad content solely around promoting it’s new Z.N.E. Road Trip hoodie.

The brand also tapped into the cross-selling opportunities collection ads are capable of by including complimentary Adidas products that would add even more swagger to their offer (and their sales revenue).

Canvas Ads

Canvas ads are a great mobile asset for brands trying to prioritize their mobile engagement with their Facebook audience. These ads are mobile optimized and load instantly. And on top of that, they’re designed specifically to capture the complete attention of your mobile users.

How? By taking up the whole screen and creating an interactive ad experience. The level of interactivity in your canvas ad experience, however, is up to you.

Our big winner for this new format is Volkswagen, for an awesome campaign advertising one of their new models.

This campaign uses all the capabilities canvas ads offer. Users see an attention grabbing video encouraging them to click through to the actual canvas ad.

After clicking, they navigate the VW car from an aerial view around a winding mountain road. Along the ride, the VW makes certain informative stops where users can read up on the new model’s features and perks.

This is a great example of an immersive ad experience that walks your user through the different aspects of your offer. This helps ensure they see all the value you’re conveying — which should lead to a boost in conversions.

Lead Ads

Not all Facebook campaigns are focused on generating direct sales from their ads. Some are focused on filling the funnel with leads for the brand’s marketing and sales team to work on. This is where Facebook Lead Ads come into play.

With lead ads, you can encourage users to sign up for different courses and special offers you’re advertising. With Facebook being such a powerful platform for eLearning industry brands, these ads can be a huge asset to boost your key gated content campaigns.

So, which brand used this sign-up option effectively?

Our prize for the lead ads category goes to LeadsBridge for their awesome use of lead ads for downloading their app.

They even used emojis to boost engagement.


They even used emojis to boost engagement.

LeadsBridge is the big winner because they fully optimized this campaign for ideal performance. Not only did they use the best Facebook ad format for their ideal goals, but they took it a few steps further:

  1. They optimized for actual app downloads instead of simple lead lists.
  2. A very unique and value-driven creative catches users’ eyes.
  3. They used emojis to radically increase their conversions by 2000%.

With a boost in conversions like that, it’s no wonder that LeadsBridge was the big winner for this category.

Dynamic Ads

Just as lead ads are best used for lead generation campaigns, dynamic ads are best used for remarketing campaigns across the Facebook platform.

When properly integrated with your product catalog and eCommerce platform, dynamic ads will automatically promote products to users who’ve already expressed interested in your website, brand, or app.

Also, these ads are technically a form of remarketing, so there’s a bit of advanced setup required.

This will include tracking pixels, so make sure to follow the best practices for dynamic ads if you want to see success. As for the big winner for 2017 dynamic ads, the prize goes to…

The Kooples’ Facebook remarketing ad campaign.

Perfect for Facebook eCommerce


Perfect for Facebook eCommerce

The Kooples leveraged these perfect-for-remarketing ads to target users who had viewed, liked, or engaged any products on their new trouser line. Then, they retargeted them with a 50% special deal in another dynamic remarketing ad.

If you’re looking to target previous visitors or users who failed to complete their transactions, offering incentives or savings is always a great way to close the deal. So, keep your eCommerce campaigns supercharged with these dynamic ads.

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The stupid mistakes can make you go wrong in online marketing

Marketing experts will scream unison that if a person searches something online or if he ticks a box that he likes something it means that he’s gonna buy it.

I say that’s bullshit!

Being interested in something does not mean buying it.

You really think that you can guess intention of a stranger based on 1–2 actions he does? You must be a mind reader, or just thinking too high of yourself. People who known each other for years have problems guessing each other’s intention, but no you. You know what everybody thinks and wants, just because Facebook told you so.

The fact that someone searches for stuff online usually means that he wants to have a look what type of stuff there is in the market because he’s interested in it. But it sure as hell does not mean that if he click your 5$ per click Google AdWords ad that he’s gonna buy it from you. Most likely he just clicked on 10 similar online stores, closed 9 of them instantly and then showed his friend what kind of thing he was talking about. Yes eventually someone will buy something from you via Google Adwors, but before that you will have 10 clicks from fake customers for which you will have to pay and which will eat all your margin.

Ticking the box is even more ridiculous. Firstly because most of the consumers just tick something in order to move further and reach the end of the form. And even if they do read it, you gonna get “valuable” information such as “this female consumer is interested in cosmetics” or “this man is interested in porn”. Wow! That’s totally worth paying 10$ for.

Reaching customer with targeted campaign will often cost more than with non-targeted

Image you are selling car related products and our marketing specialist advised you to only target people with cars. This sounds like a reasonable thing to do, because why sell car products to someone who does not have car?



In USA over 90% of households own a car. So if the targeting “only” car owners raise the cost of the campaign by 50%, you wasted 35% of that money as you only filtered our 10% of useless customers and thus saved 10% on the cost, but paid 50% more to do this.

And there are many examples of that. Even with quite the opposite numbers. For example when we are talking about low cost marketing campaigns such as email marketing, it doesn’t matter even if over half of our database is not targeted, because filtering the useless majority out will cost more than sending 1000 campaign to the whole database.

You will reach the same customer anyway, why use more expensive channel?

Many marketing experts don’t realize that in the end they are always reaching exactly the same people, no matter what marketing channel they use.

I’ll give you an example. Back in the early 2000s I was running a webdesign agency in Finland that made simple websites for companies.

So my goal was to reach as many companies who wanted to have a website as possible. How would you market your service to them?

Set up Google AdWords campaign with related keywords?

That’s what most of my competitors were doing.

But tell me what’s the point to pay few bucks per click in finding those customers when I could get email database of all Finnish companies and send email offer to them with the price of just 1 cent per contact?

And that’s exactly what I did.

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The best digital marketing tips for beginners

It is necessary to know about these points of growth in the online world. With consumers increasingly demanding for relevant information and needy individuals searching for efficient solutions to their problems, without digital marketing, it’s hard to move on.

So then,

What are the best digital marketing tips for beginners?

1: Your Website

Your site is one of the most critical parts of your digital marketing strategy. View it as your home on the internet. Often, it is the first impression that potential clients or developers will need to before contacting your company.

Thus, you need to set-up a fully functional website that is user-friendly. Please, note:

  • A poorly plan website can ruin all your marketing efforts (including sales).
  • Make sure you have a clear value proposition. Studies show that you only have about 10 seconds for site visitors to understand what you do and how you do it.
  • Have a strong call-to-action. It should be evident to your site visitors to click through to other page’s and follow up the next step in the sales process.
  • Know your audience and ensure that your content is relevant.
  • Don’t hide your contact information. Facilitate the location on all pages.

2: Search Engine Marketing (SEM)

Search Engine Marketing (SEM) is the Act of buying traffic through paid search listings. It is also popularly called pay-per-click advertising. You can configure SEM through Google AdWords or Bing Ads.

This strategy allows your website to show up on top of Google and Bingwhen people search for your keywords. It is, in fact, an excellent way to get your presence in front of the search engine, especially for brands that are just starting or have not had time to build organic search.

3: Bet on Social Networks

Social networking sites can help you engage with your customers, increase the notoriety of your brand, improve customer service, convert visitors into leads, Drive more website traffic, and boost your search engine rankings. Here is how to turn social media followers to paying customers.

Pro tips:

  • Choose a few channels that are right for your brand. You don’t need to be in all of them.
  • Do some research to find the social media platforms your target audience is using the most. Run surveys and ask your customers what social media channels they use often.
  • Write and share informative content relevant to your ideal customer. Make sure they are interested in what you are offering and listen to their views as well.
  • Encourage user-generated content (UGC). Ask your audience appropriate questions that will enable you to gather vital information to create UGC.
  • Organize contests and let them share your story on different social media marketing channels, and then, calculate or measure their undertakings.

4: Content Creation

Creating quality content should be one of the most critical aspects of your digital marketing strategy, for the following reasons:

  • Your website needs quality content to be effective, and your social networks need compelling content to engage your audience.
  • All your marketing efforts would be useless without high-quality content.

Strangely enough, what makes for great content? Your blog content must resolve the problems of your readers. You’re an expert in your field, then share your knowledge. Help people. Give them advise hat will solve their problems.

Pro tips:

  • Share actionable blogs that address your customers’ needs. Your products or services must solve the problem or lack of your potential buyer.
  • Write about your client’s situation — what he knows, cares about and thinks. Connect with your target market so that you can better educate him on how your product or service can improve his life.
  • Tell your story — One of the first things you learn in business is that humans love to connect, not companies. Share your experience and create a human connection with their customers. Storytelling will help you connect better with prospects.
  • Write about the benefits of your product. Resources is all about your product, how it works and the benefits of using it. Hence, the benefits show the value that your product brings to the table. For example, your product or service will improve your clients’ quality of life, create financial security, etc.

Therefore, create content that relates to your buyer persona.

5: Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

It is no use having a beautifully designed website if nobody can find it, right? Search engine optimization techniques are used to make your content easy to find in search results pages (SERPs).

Here are some tips on why you first need to have an excellent SEO process on your site:

  • The first five results on Google receive 67% of all clicks, and, therefore, it is safe to say that SEO is crucial when it comes to digital marketing. In consequence, make sure that your site’s titles include the main keywords that you are targeting. If you are not sure about what keywords to use, Google Keyword Planner can help you.
  • Write about topics that your potential customers are searching for on Google. Think of the most frequently asked questions that you receive and write a blog post around each one.
  • Make it easier for other site owners to connect to your blog or website. You can do it by adding your website to a directory, write guest posts for other sites, ask your partners to links to your site, etc.

These combined tactics will improve your website SEO strategy, making it more relevant, and therefore more accessible for people to find you.

6: Advertising on Social Media Networking Sites Pays

Advertising on social networks pays pretty well because your social media ads campaign is sent directly to your target buyer. It will assist you to:

  • Increase content visibility.
  • Drive more website traffic.
  • Boost email sign-up and conversion.
  • Improve search rankings.

In view of this, invests in social ads to aid you to promote your content on various social media channels. Facebook is by far the most popular platform, and for most companies, it is recommended to start there.

Read this post to discover top underused social media marketing strategies to publicize your blog and also how to get others to share or promote your content for free on social media. The most important points to remember about advertising on social networking sites are:

  • Get to know your target audience — Sharing interesting blog content is the crucial point. Don’t talk about your company or products, share materials that will benefit your ideal buyer. Speak in your unique tone to help them relate to your articles. Social media publicity is about the expansion of your content and website, not about pushing some unattractive posts in their throat.
  • Create a custom audience — Platforms like Facebook and LinkedIn can be very detailed with user demographics, location, user interests, and behavior by segments. Experiment with a few different audiences and discover what works best for your company.
  • Have a purpose. Wow, your post received 1,000-page views, and then what?
    If people are engaging with your content but not involved with your brand or product, does it make sense?

Use social media advertising to help get people to entangle with your brand.

7: Display Advertising

This kind of advertising utilizes different types of display tactics such as large print, colorful makeup, images like videos, large spread, and so forth. Unlike text-based ads, visual advertising are more of pictures, audio, and videos.

They are shown to your audience whenever they’re browsing online, and not necessarily while they are looking for your product or service. Display ad is excellent for improving awareness. And more exciting is that you can get many views on a limited budget

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The Methods To Market To Women Customers 

Here are two insights that every marketer should take into account when building marketing campaigns focused on women:

1. Women are “multiple markets in one”

What does that mean? To understand this, let’s think about Christmas time. Who buys presents for everyone in the house and for the members of the extended family? The lady of the house. She buys presents for her children, her husband, his colleagues at the office, her elderly parents and in-laws, cousins and friends.

Of course, this situation is not limited to celebrations spending. Women buy on behalf of the people who live in their household on a regular basis.

Women influence various industries and marketers should take that into account.

2. Don’t rely on the name that’s on the credit card

Just because the name on the credit card which pays for purchases is a man’s name, refrain from jumping to the conclusion that he is making the buying decisions.

It’s still the woman who makes the buying decision.

Here are Bridget’s recommendations on how to market to women:

1. Study women as you would a foreign market

Women think differently and they experience life in a different way than men.

Discover their desires and goals, their fears and behaviours.

What are they fighting for and what are they fighting with. Put yourself in their shoes.

Victoria’s Secret is a brand which hasn’t put itself in women’s shoes (or lingerie) in a very long time. It might never have done this to begin with.

The glamorous women’s lingerie brand was founded in 1977 and it is still marketing like it’s 1977. Retail analyst Paul Lejuez says women don’t want to be viewed as stereotypical sexy supermodels buying lingerie just to impress men.

That’s why Victoria’s Secret has seen fierce competition in recent years from brands such as ThirdLove, Aerie and Savage x Feinty by Rihanna which design their products to meet women’s needs of comfort, beauty and sexiness.

2. Track demographics changes across generations

Life has changed a lot for women. There are many differences between Baby Boomers women, Gen Z women and Millennial women. They have different aspirations for their personal and professional lives. They have different outlooks on motherhood, beauty, marriage and relationships.

There is a female culture and it should be studied by marketers with the same focus that studying a foreign market requires. Cultural differences dictate language, behaviours and perceptions.

Bridget Brennan

Here are 4 interesting insights focused on women according to reports conducted by PwC:

  • Women have fewer children;
  • Women have children later in life;
  • Women are the main caretakers and breadwinners in many households;
  • Women are a growing purchasing power: 70% of household budgets in the G7 are controlled by women, globally 85% of consumer purchases are made by women which is equivalent to a worldwide spend of $20 trillion.

3. Stay clear of pink unless you are raising money for the breast cancer cause

The colour pink has been synonymous with female nature for a very long time because manufacturers and designers didn’t know any better.

To illustrate an entire gender with just one colour is simply not good enough and frankly offensive. Women struggle with life’s hardships just like men. Unlike men, women juggle with many roles on a daily basis and manage to come out on top.

Women are not delicate princesses dressed in pink gowns and they certainly don’t see themselves as that. They are not powerless and don’t wait for men to come and rescue them.

4. Hire women

Research reports show organisations with women in management are more innovative as the share of female managers increases above 20%.

Reports conducted by The Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology show that teams which included at least one woman had a collectively higher IQ than teams that had just men.

If your company is looking to market to women, hire women in your product design and development team to represent your customers.

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Recommendation to create a Facebook ads funnel

Organizing your prospects into different stages like this allows you to craft messaging that can honestly speak to their needs, allowing them to transition seamlessly between each stage of the funnel. Through this process, you’re able to develop relationships with potential buyers, gain their trust, and bring them steps closer to your ultimate offering.

How did we use Facebook and email marketing to bring the marketing funnel to life for one of our clients? Here’s the process:

Step 1: Target high-funnel prospects with Facebook video marketing

It’s important to introduce people to your product or service before you ask them to buy from you. This introduction occurs in the Facebook ad brand awareness stage. Our strategy starts with using Facebook’s video views campaign objective to show video ads to top-funnel prospects.

Why video marketing is important

Video marketing is becoming more prominent than ever before. As the average human attention span gets even shorter, companies need to find newer and more creative ways to deliver their message quickly and effectively. Video helps them to do just that. A 30-to-60-second video can share more about your brand’s unique story than a simple image or text ad can, especially when there’s a character limit. For brands with complex products, video also helps make information easier to digest.

Another benefit of video marketing is its ability to evoke emotions from viewers through auditory and visual elements. Video encourages social shares, which can help spread your message even further. We’ve seen a lot of engagement with our video ads, which is valuable even when viewers decide not to click through. When a company provides prospects with useful and interesting information, it helps them build trust and create long-term relationships.

Understanding the video views campaign objective

The “Optimization for Ad Delivery” setting in Facebook allows you to choose the event you want to optimize for in your ad set. Facebook’s goal is to then get you as much of that result as possible (and efficiently). Unlike other campaign objectives, this one specifically optimizes for video views.

Defining your audience

One of the benefits of using this “Optimization for Ad Delivery” setting is that you’re able to reach a wide audience at a significantly lower cost per 1,000 people reached when compared to other campaign types. At this point in the marketing funnel, reaching as many people as possible is our only objective. Why? Because it helps us grow our remarketing audiences, which are key to the next step in our strategy.

Therefore, the audience for your video views campaign should be broader than what you would normally target in a campaign optimized for conversions. When we first started using this campaign objective, we defined our audience by interests and locations. We soon realized that this limited us and that we were missing out on potential prospects who did not fall into our targeted interest categories. As a result, we began targeting people solely by location and then used the data Facebook collected on how long people watched our video to help us gauge interest and relevancy.

The offers in the next two stages of this strategy help narrow this audience down even further. When this audience becomes more targeted, it will grow smaller, which is why having more data to start with is so important. For businesses with very niche audiences, expanding visibility and reach in this first stage is essential; it’s harder for Facebook to optimize and deliver the most efficient results when it’s working with a small audience.

Creating video content

If you’ve already created videos for your website or social media platforms, this strategy is perfect for you. Guess what? You can use that existing content to engage a new audience of prospects.

But what if you don’t already have videos? In that case, we highly recommend you start creating some as soon as possible. Video marketing, including B2B video marketing, is growing every year. If you’re in the B2B industry and need to explain how your product/service works to new prospects, it may be hard through a text ad, especially when there’s a character limit. It’s much more effective to show prospects a 30-second video ad, as it can help increase a user’s understanding of your message.

While other objectives don’t optimize for video views, they are available to support video. Videos are a great way to add value to messaging in every stage for the Facebook ads funnel, including in the campaign type described next.

Step 2: Retarget mid-funnel prospects with lead ads

The next step is to use retargeting to reach the high-funnel prospects who’ve already seen your video view ads. You should present this audience with a mid-funnel asset, such as a demo or whitepaper, in return for their email address or other personal information. Not only will this asset help educate them about your product/service, but it will also allow you to use the information you’ve gathered offline to continue the nurturing process. We recommend using Facebook lead ads for these mid-funnel assets.

How to generate leads on Facebook

Facebook lead ads simplify the conversion process by eliminating the need for a landing page. When a user clicks the call to action button on the ad, a form loads on the screen instead of sending users to a landing page on a website. This feature is valuable for many reasons:

In our client’s case, we used lead ads to invite the people who watched our video ads to join our email newsletter and offered a discount on our services in return. Although we chose to target our video view audience, your audience doesn’t necessarily have to come from the top of the facebook ads funnel; you can also use remarketing audiences from another source, such as your website.

Facebook lead ad retargeting best practices

When creating lead ads on Facebook, consider these tips:

It’s important to note that blog posts are another mid-funnel usable asset in this stage. Instead of sending prospects to a lead form, you would send them to a landing page. While you wouldn’t be collecting any personal information with this asset, you can retarget those visitors later with a lower funnel asset that does utilize a lead form. Multiple touchpoints and resources are an important part of the nurturing process.

The time it takes to nurture prospects will vary by industry and the complexity of your product or service. Prospects who have to make a big investment might need more time and information before they can reach the final stage of the funnel.

Speaking of which…

Step 3: Target low-funnel prospects with an offer

By the time you’ve gotten to this point in the strategy, you will have hopefully nurtured your high-funnel leads into low-funnel prospects. If you’ve done everything right, these people will now know more than just what you offer-they will have gained insights into your business and have a deeper trust for your brand.

Your audiences for this step should include anyone who has not yet shown high buyer intent by this stage of the marketing funnel, whether acquired on Facebook or another source. For example, we created one ad set with our email list and another with website visitors. Make sure to exclude converters from these audiences. The campaign objective you use will depend on your industry; a conversions campaign might make the most sense if people can purchase your product or service online, while B2B marketers might be better off using a lead generation through Facebook campaign to promote a consultation or demo. Either way, you’ll want to encourage users to take the lowest-level action they can complete (and that you can track) online.

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The way to increase Click Through Rate

Category : Google Ads

campaign’s click-through rate is actually a ratio of how many people clicked through a link to visit a page or other digital medium compared to the total number of people who saw the campaign.

The more click-throughs you have, theoretically, the more targeted your campaigns are and the more they seem to speak to your prospects’ needs.

Of course, just because someone clicks through a link to land on a page doesn’t mean they’ll browse, linger, and buy. A prospect could easily click through and bounce. That’s why you should never use this KPI by itself to measure the effectiveness of your campaigns.

Your CTR does matter, however, and the greater the number, the more successful your ads are deemed to be, or emails, or whatever else you’re using to measure the CTR.

Click-Through Rate Formula

Before we begin breaking down the average click-through rate, so that you can determine how your campaigns are performing against the national averages, it’s important to learn how to calculate CTR all on your own.

For this, we will use a simple formula.

Click Through Rate = Number of Click-Throughs / Number of Impressions x 100 (to get the percentage)

When working with email, we won’t use impressions, but the number of tracked messages delivered. The rest of the CTR calculation will remain the same.

For example, if your ad campaigns list 1000 impressions and 23 click-throughs, your formula will look like this:

CTR =  23 / 1000 x 100 = 2.3%

Is that a good or a bad CTR? Let’s find out.

What is a Good Click-Through Rate?

Now that you know how to analyze click-through rate, you might wonder how your campaigns measure up.

For paid digital ads, Wordstream reported that the average Adwords click-through rate is 1.91% on search and 0.35% on display.

Facebook Ad click-through rates range from 0.5% to 1.6%.

When it comes to email CTRs, Mailchimp reported that email click-through ratesvary widely by industry. For example, restaurants show a CTR of 1.25% while the hobbies sector ranges around 5.13%.

Real Life Examples of Measuring Click-Through Rates in Marketing

Digital marketers everywhere are attempting to improve their campaign click-through rates. Let’s look at a few examples of how they’re doing so.

Email Click-Through Rate

Out of all the challenges email marketers face, suffering from low click-throughsseems to top the charts.

Most Challenging Obstacles to Email Marketing Success


SuperOffice is one such company. They report a higher-than-average email open rate of a whopping 40%. Yet, the organization’s CTR is only 4%.You know how they figured out how to improve click-through rates? Simply by sending their emails on different days of the week.Effect on Day of the Week Click Through Rates

By changing the days, the brand managed to increase CTRs by more than 100% on Saturdays and Sundays.

SuperOffice further boosted their click-through rates by segmenting their audience, which made their emails more highly targeted for more clickable success.

38% click through rate in email marketing campaign


Look how Keap managed to increase CTRs just by altering the send times of each email.

email performance by hour

Calculating Email Click-Through Rates

As we covered earlier, measuring CTRs for emails is the same as it is for advertisements, you’ll merely switch “Impressions” with “Number of Emails Delivered.”

For instance, if you send an email to 250 subscribers and 20 clicks on a link contained within the email, your CTR would be:

CTR = 20 / 1000 x 100 = 2%.

The more people who click on the email’s links, the more successful the email is said to be.

In fact, CTR is seen by email marketers as one of the most critical KPIs for measuring email marketing success, second only to open rates and delivery rates.

email marketing metrics


Benefits of Increasing Your Email Click-Through Rate

When an individual opens an email, they do so because of two primary factors. 1) They recognized the recipient 2) The email’s subject line reeled them in; and most probably both.

Once inside the email, the information had better be targeted and relevant, or else most won’t read to the very bottom. And the bottom of the email is typically where the link resides.

At any rate, a great email not only attracts readers, but it also entices the click.

More click-throughs simply means that your email marketing efforts are paying off.

Of course and once again, email CTRs are only part of the story. Your readers could click through your emails only to bounce from your landing page. That’s why your entire marketing message has to be consistent and cohesive.

But excellent CTRs for your emails is definitely an excellent start to an effective digital marketing campaign.

How to Boost Organic Click-Through Rates

A search engine optimization campaign has the ultimate goal of jumping to the top of the search engine results pages (SERPs). Getting to the top of Google’s first page for your primary keywords is quite a feat, but only if your click-through rates rise along with your rankings.

What good is an organic listing if few leads click on it? Instead, you’ll want to work on improving your organic click-through rates to keep the leads flowing in from Google and other search sources.

Advanced Web Ranking has created a chart that shows the average Google click-through rates according to the use of both mobile and desktop devices.

Notice how the click-through rates are highest for the first position of the Google SERPs.

The click-through rates are 29.79 for desktop and 22.32 for mobile, respectively, as seen below.

A mere one spot drop leads to a drastic reduction in CTRs. For desktop, the second spot leads to a CTR of 14.96 for desktops and 13.95 for mobile.

So, you can see that attaining the top spot in Google is key if you hope for maximum traffic and engagement.

Even if you don’t achieve top positioning, you can improve your CTRs in the following ways.

Microsoft found that organic listings performed better with regards to click-through rates when the URLs were descriptive.

This way, people actually get to see where they’re about to end up, making your link much more enticing to click.

how to improve organic ctr descriptive urls

You can also increase your click-through rates by writing descriptive meta descriptions and making sure they’re unique for each page.

You are also encouraged to use Schema markup, which outlines your organic listings for clearer selections and a more prominent attractive Google profile.

Benefits of Increasing Your Organic Click-Through Rate

The largest benefit of a higher organic CTR is that you could potentially earn more prominent Google rankings.

Wordstream found through research that increasing click-through rates led to higher organic rankings. If you want to move one spot, for instance, you need to increase your organic click-through rates by 3%.

It makes sense, as Google wants to deliver to its users the most valuable pages possible and a high CTR indicates that you’re offering exactly that.

Turns out, increasing your CTRs also improves your conversion rates.

This also makes sense, as the more traffic you earn, the higher your chances of converting those folks into paying customers.

PPC Click-Through Rate

When you manage to create relevant and quality ads that speak to your prospects’ needs, you’re more likely to get a click-through.

You can increase your PPC CTR like ducttapemarketing by using trademark and registered symbols in your ads. Doing so conveys credibility and trust, which users prefer if they’re going to click your ad.

How to Increase PPC CTR with These Quick Tips

Other tips include using sitelinks. Like Schema markup for organic listings, sitelinks give prospects more choices by outlining your site so they can make the exact selections they need.

How to Increase PPC CTR with These Quick Tips

And a strong call-to-action. If you want them to click-through your ad, you might as well tell them what they’ll get once they do so. In this case, book your ticket is a great way for Clear Trip to get its ad audience to act.

How to Increase PPC CTR with These Quick Tips

Benefits of Increasing Your PPC Click-Through Rate

If you can manage to maintain a good click-through rate, your Quality Score will rise. This tells Google that you care about quality and want to deliver the best ad experience possible to your users. This puts you head and shoulder above anyone just starting out on the Adwords platform, and with seniority comes many benefits.

One benefit is that you’ll be able to save on your cost-per-click rates. This is Google’s way of rewarding you for keeping up the good work. With these savings, you can compete for all your high-value keywords while spending less of your ad budget.

Google will also reward you with greater impression share. This is how often your ads show up for your audience.  For example, on the Google Search Network, a mere one-point increase or decrease could massively impact the impression share of all the ads you have in place.

The thing is, you likely don’t have to improve your click-through rates that much. The national average for Adwords CTR is only 3.40% at its highest for the dating and personals category and .84% at its pinnacle for technology.

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Great tips for google adwords keyword tool

Category : Google Ads

This keyword tool is one of the best ways to establish a baseline list of AdWords keyword ideas for your website. You enter a word or phrase, or alternatively, a URL, and the free AdWords Keyword Tool spits back a list of related keywords and some additional traffic data. Make most of Google Adwords Keyword Tool by following the given strategies

1.Draw ideas from the Adwords Keyword Tool

The Google AdWords Keyword Tool helps you get keyword ideas. It is an important process when it comes to keyword optimization. The Google Adwords Keyword Tool can build a keyword list that is relevant to a business and thereby ensure the business is able to focus on the target audience at an advanced stage. The keyword tool can also be used to search for new keywords and ideas that can define a marketing or targeting campaign.

2. Optimize match types

When using the Google Adwords Keyword Tool, it is important to optimize match types to bring about a correct picture of the keywords that will be useful to a campaign. With the choices to exploit broad, exact or phrase setting of the keywords, selecting the appropriate keyword stands as a crucial step because it will inform the kinds of keywords generated. The miscellaneous options define the keywords depending on the option of having other keywords that mention the keyword, keywords where exact phrase is used or the exact form of the keyword.

3.Rank keywords 

Another relevant tip to consider while using Google AdWords Keyword Tool is the ranking of the keywords. This tool makes it possible to upload the list of keywords after which the same are rated as per low, medium and high settings. The tool also helps the user to reveal priority keywords for the competition including the cost to be incurred when bidding for the same.

4. Search new keyword combinations 

The Google AdWords Keyword Tool is one of the paramount platforms that can be used to search new keyword combinations & this is mainly done through expansion of the keyword list. Expansion is done by inserting the different lists of keywords and allowing the tool to merge the lists which creates new combinations that can easily be adopted for a specific campaign. The tool thus becomes a major contributor in this respect which represents a major success in terms of finding new alternatives and combinations.

 5. Assess how competitive your keywords are

Competition for ad rank can inflate your ad costs substantially. In order to get a better feel for what your competitors are bidding on, upload your keywords and Google will give you a ranking for each. The ranking will be either low, medium, or high, on the basis of how many other people are bidding on a particular keyword. This can help you decide what types of keywords are high priorities for your competition as well as give you an idea about potential cost.

6.Find impression volumes 

The best benefit of the Google AdWords Keyword Tool is to find impression volumes. The process of getting the impression volumes comprises inserting the keyword list which the tool uses in the process of breaking down the same to produce search volumes for each keyword. This then informs a marketing campaign since a marketer is able to make a decision on the preferred keywords to utilize according to the goals and targets of a campaign.

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How to choose a right AdWords Keyword

An exact match keyword by definition shows your ad only to search queries that match exactly with your keyword or a close variant of the exact match.

For example if you specify  [hotel rooms with bed & breakfast in NY], your ad will get triggered off only if the user types in the exact above search query or a very close variant of the same.  The big benefit of using exact match keywords are:-

  1. You practically eliminate all wastage in your campaign. The chances of your ad being clicked on (which costs you money!) is near zero.
  2. Your clicks to conversion ratios will be the best as you are exactly showing what the user is searching for.
  3. Your audience is much sharper.
  4. You spend far lesser money on your campaign and get a better ROI from it

However, what should be borne in mind is that with an exact match keyword types you are likely receive the least number of impressions and clicks than in any other keyword match type.

This happens because you have restricted the search query to a single set of keywords.

The big downside is of course you are likely to get far lower number of leads as compared to when you use Phrase or a Broad Match Modifier as your keyword match type.

Google Adwords- step by step guide
Google Adwords- step by step guide

What instances should you be using Exact Match Keywords?

What type of keyword match you should be using will largely depend on your campaign objectives. If your objective is to generate relevant traffic to your website, you should opt for a Broad Match or a Broad Match Modifier.

However, if you objective is to generate sales or highly pre-qualified leads, you should stick to using Exact Match Keywords.

Impact of changing match types from Broad to Phrase to Exact Match Type

Take a look at the example alongside, where we have looked at the keyword digital marketing agency and digital marketing agencies .

Let’s take a look at how the numbers stack up when we choose these two keywords and run a campaign using Broad, Match or Exact Matches

using broad match


Using the Google AdWord Keyword planner tool we looked at the 2 words to see the impact on impressions, clicks and budget using a CPC bid price at Rs. 100/-. The 1st picture shows that with a CPC bid at Rs. 100, I should be getting about 124 clicks out of 3687 impressions and spending about Rs. 9130.

By default as I mentioned, Google always, always shows keywords in broad match! It’s their own sweet way of ensuring that the un-trained google advertisers end up spending money without getting results!

Now let’s see what happens when I change the match type from Broad to Phrase Match

using phrase match keyword type

Whoops! The minute I change the match type keyword, while keeping the CPC bid the same, the number of expected clicks drop to about 48 clicks with an impression value of 1784 and a total spend of about Rs. 4000/-

Now, that’s a drastic drop!

Let’s see what happens when I further tighten the search query to only my ad for the exact keyword match type of the two words.

Using Exact Match Type

Holy cow!

The number of estimated clicks drop down to 9.36 clicks, impressions fall to 424 and total spend to only Rs. 736/-!!

Here’s how all 3 stack up together.

Estimated Clicks Estimated Impressions Estimated Spends
Broad Match 124 3687 9130
Phrase Match   48 1784 4000
Exact Match    9   424   736


As one can see, there is indeed a drastic drop in the estimated number of clicks when you move from a broad match keyword type to an exact match keyword. And the drop is significant.

How do you change keyword match types?

It is a good practice to check the implications and impact on the number of clicks that you will get when you shift to a new keyword match type on your google keyword planner tool.

To change the match type

  1. Select the keyword by checking the box
  2. Go to Match Type tab. Choose ALL and then choose the match type

Your keyword will be changed automatically to the match type you have chosen. Note that the keywords appear differently in each match type

Broad Match

broad match








Phrase Match

phrase match


The keywords appear within inverted commas. When you add keywords in your actual campaign and you want to specify them as Phrase match keywords remember to put the keywords within inverted commas as shown in the picture.





Exact Match

exact match

Note that the keywords now appear within brackets. This denotes that the keyword is an exact match. Remember to specify your keywords in your actual campaign in this manner if you are choosing exact match

Changing keyword matches in actual campaign

To change keywords that you are already running in your Google AdWords Campaign to a new match type, go to your main campaign dashboard and select the tab KEYWORD

campaign dashboard




Choose the keyword that you want to change the match type for by checking on the box beside the keyword.

changing match type to exact keyword


Select Change Match Types. This will open a new page

Check the current match type of the word (broad, exact or phrase) and then select the match type you want to change it to.

Make the changes to save it. Keep in mind that you will be essentially creating a new keyword and all the data pertaining to the old keyword match type will not be available for the new keyword. The old keyword match type however will be shown as paused and you can see the old data points by looking under paused keywords

Note: You can’t change a broad match modifier into an exact or phrase or broad match type.

step 2 changing match types

Under what circumstances should you opt for Exact Match Type keywords?

On the face of it, Exact Match Keyword Types target highly pre-qualified search traffic. Someone who is searching for your exact service or product category is a highly relevant prospect.

For years advertisers enjoyed this until recently when Google changed the way they treated Exact Match Keyword Types. They introduced the concept of semantics that allowed ads to be shown around the exact keyword match. It also eliminated and/or added function words which could be there in the exact keyword match that one chose.

For example if the exact keyword match was [hotels in New York], your ads were supposed to show up only if the query matched this exactly. However with the recent changes, your ads could also be shown with the following queries [hotels new York], [new York hotels]. The function work [in] is no longer relevant for google.

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PPC Tips for Black Friday

Google has recently released a new, non-clickable ad extension called Structured Snippets.  This version gives users more freedom as you can choose and edit the text in the extension as opposed to Dynamic Structured Snippets which were automatically added to your ad based on your site’s content. Structured snippets allow you to increase your ad space on the SERPs complimented by a bump up in Quality Score, by boosting your ad relevancy and click-through rate (CTR). Your ad would look something like this when featuring a structured snippet:

Search Snippet

But the big question is, how do you use this extension to boost your Black Friday campaigns?

Actually, Google has done the hard work for you! It has rolled out a Black Friday and Cyber Monday structured snippet to help merchants promote Black Friday and Cyber Monday offers in their AdWords campaigns. Headers for Black Friday will be eligible to appear in ads November 20 through November 27 whereas Cyber Monday headers can appear November 20 through November 30 (during the overlap period, Black Friday headers will dominate those set up for Cyber Monday).

Here are some examples of how these headers and snippets might look:


Do you have any special offers? Simply enter one offer in the snippet to highlight your deals. These ad extensions can be set at the account, campaign or ad group level:

Structured Snippet

AdWords Ad Customisers

Increase your chances of capturing the most revenue from users searching for Black Friday, Cyber Monday and any other holiday related deals with AdWords ad customisers. These allow you to customise your ad text based on what someone is searching for, which device they are using, where they are located or even the date, time of day or day of the week! You can insert a price, the remaining time left before a sale ends, and any other pre-defined by you text.

This helps to create a sense of exclusivity and urgency, which has been shown to increase CTR and conversions:


How they work

Ad customisers are parameters that are placed within {curly brackets}. When a user performs a search it triggers your ad and the parameter is replaced with dynamically inserted text. Ad customisers can be included within any text on the Search and Display Network, except for the URL fields.

There are lots of ways you could make use of this to promote your Black Friday & Cyber Monday offers to deal seeking shoppers:

  • Countdown to the end of a sale, e.g. Hurry, sale ends in XX days
  • Keep pricing in ads updated, e.g. New Android tabled from only £XXX
  • Detail the range you are offering, e.g. XXX UK hotels available to book now.
  • Keep deals up to date, e.g. Save XX% on Samsung TV using code XXXX.

AdWords ad customisers encourage urgency, telling the searcher to act now and better promote your offers making them a great fit for your Black Friday PPC strategy.

Mobilised Adverts

With the recent growth in the volume of searches on mobile devices (not to mention the rise of second-screening), advertisers should consider mobile reach a priority this year. According to Adobe, mobile commerce accounted for over a fifth (21.9%) of online shopping on Cyber Monday 2014 – that was up by 15.9% year on year.

Ensure your users have a good mobile shopping experience by following a couple of simple steps.  Devote some of your PPC strategy to creating mobile targeted ads that will feature the following elements:

  • Black Friday & Cyber Monday optimised ad copy
  • Mobile optimised landing pages
  • Add mobile bid modifiers to target the top positions on mobile devices
  • Remove day parting bid optimisers as users shop at all times of day during the holiday weekend.

Updated Ad Extensions

Ad extensions pay a crucial role in determining your adverts’ ad rank but also encourage additional clicks to the site through the extra information displayed alongside your ad. The key strategy behind this feature is to grasp as much real estate on Google Search Network as possible in order to push competitors further down the results page and get additional clicks.

These extensions can be optimised for Black Friday and Cyber Monday through Sitelinks and Callout extensions:

  • Use sitelinks to direct users to the most relevant, special deals/offers sections of your site. Preferably you would get some separate landing pages in place that would be fully devoted to Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals to increase relevance/quality score/conversions.
  • Callout extensions could be used to help you ‘brag’ about your special offers.

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Why should you use DoubleClick Search

Category : Google Ads

1 – Manage multiple search engine accounts from one interface

No more spending time switching interfaces, find all the data from your Google, Bing, Baidu, Yahoo accounts, and more, all in one place. DoubleClick Search offers a very simple way to optimise and report on accounts, as well as manage them from one interface.
No need to manually copy and import into the individual campaigns. Save time adding in negatives, making bid adjustments, and automating bid strategies to all your search campaigns and allow yourself to focus on more strategic changes.
DoubleClick is also perfect for large international campaigns which use many different engines thanks to the multi-platform dashboard. It compiles all your information in one place so you save time, and avoid user error when comparing data.

2 – Realtime executive reporting

This is a positive for both marketers and clients. These automated reports can be sent out with a frequency you decide which will save agencies massive amounts of time. You can design them to be as detailed as you want them to be and can even provide cross-engine reports. No more Excel nightmares trying to compile Bing & Google data. It’s also easy to change and adapt the information in these reports at any time.

Executive reports update automatically, analysing the data from all search engines linked to DS. With this real-time reporting, both the marketer and the client can stay up to date with what’s going on whenever they choose

They are easy to build, intuitive, and you can also import data from an external source to include in your reports if needed. They are also very visual and easy for clients to understand and digest the data. PPC is all about numbers and it’s easy to forget that it might not speak to everyone the way it speaks to the professionals. Appealing and simple reporting is completely invaluable to a client.

This is the sort of data you can expect to see:

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3 – Automated bidding strategies and rules

DoubleClick Search uses some of the best learning algorithms to help automatically make bid changes based on who they think is most likely going to convert. By using customisable “bid strategies”, DoubleClick Search can change bids across 10,000 keywords, multiple times a day, something a human at a desk could never do!

Some of the many types of bids strategies you can implement by collecting your keywords into a specific group based on their performance include keyword positional strategy, conversion strategy, and more advanced big strategies that you want to meet a multitude of different criteria. The opportunities are literally endless.

For example, if you want some of your best-performing keywords to always have a high position, you can put them into a new specific group and set a rule to make automatic bid adjustments, ensuring these keywords always rank between 1.2 and 1.6.

These automations can be performed across search engines if you’re going for a global strategy or for each search engine if you want to give a more granular approach a go. 

4 – Ad copy testing function

Thanks to the experiment tool available in Doubleclick Search, A/B ad testing is extremely quick and easy. You can house all current live ad copy testing across multiple engines, all in one place! You can even set start and end dates for your ad copy tests. You can test headlines, click through rates, and a whole range of different things and at the same time report on these numbers within the DoubleClick platform. Any outside contributing factor that may impact the results is being taken into account by DoubleClick, which starts these tests on a one-to-one ratio so ads are getting the same type of visibility.
The data collected through these tests is very clear to analyze and understand, allowing users to think more about the strategic changes to make without losing time analyzing the performance of each ad across all accounts. This feature will save marketers time and save clients’ money.

5 – Labels

Labels are a great way to note changes and keep track of your account performance. They help keep every layer of an account organized, it allows you to highlight potential problems you want to come back to, areas where you’re testing, organize your ad copy as well as set rules based on labels. You can also keep track of when budgets were updated and look back at it later on.

Label inheritance feature allows you to label a campaign and DoubleClick will apply this label to ad groups and keywords within. Making a good use of this labelling feature is essential to help optimize, manage and report on your accounts more efficiently on a day-to-day basis.

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