We all know conversion rates are important. After all, nothing in life is free, and for our brand to prosper our marketing campaigns must generate more income than we spent making them. To achieve this, your marketing team must have these four things in place at all times:
We marketers know that our website’s ranking on Google is essential for our brand’s success, yet there seems to be a lot of confusion and frustration concerning how to climb up and reach the top of the golden ladder that is search results. It just isn’t enough anymore to be present online with a website and a Facebook page. If the consumers don’t find you on Google, it’s like you don’t even exist. This is where using the right keywords comes in handy.
Programmatic buying has significantly improved most marketer’s work life. Not only has it enabled brands to buy ad space efficiently it has also made it possible to retarget consumers across channels.
Unfortunately, the technology has also attracted those with less honorable intentions, and ad fraud has grown to become programmatic buying's biggest challenge and threat.
Almost all businesses that have committed to some sort of digital presence have an AdWords account. And that’s just it: most do it because everyone else does it, without having clear goals, structure or strategy.
In this blog post, I will skip the technical stuff of how you set up an AdWords account and jump right to how you best streamline your efforts, because, ultimately, that is what differentiates the experts from the novices in the world of AdWords.
No one likes wasting money, especially not when our brand has trusted us marketers with money that we could have put to better use. And while it might be unlikely to think that you can eliminate all campaign waste, there are ways to prevent it.
I like to believe that all marketers do their best to create great ads that will both please and appeal to the consumers. Sure, sometimes we don’t have the time or budget to make exactly what we want, but overall we take pride in the work we do. That’s why it is so devastating when a campaign doesn’t perform.
But fear not, a few adjustments might do the trick. Here are some of the things you should consider if your ad isn’t converting:
There is no doubt that Facebook and Google are the biggest players in the digital ad industry, with SnapChat on the rise. Facebook and Google are predicted to earn $106 billion from advertising in 2017, which accounts for nearly half of the digital ad spending worldwide.
So how can WeChat threaten the duopoly in the digital ad industry? First of all, WeChat needs international success, and, with 889 million (approaching 1 billion), monthly active users, they are already an interesting advertising channel for many international brands.
135 million Chinese tourists went abroad in 2016 and spent a whopping $261 billion on shopping! This is, in other words, a very important target group, so how can advertisers influence Chinese tourists and enhance their brand awareness?
Chinese tourists’ buying power abroad is the strongest in the world, surpassing even the biggest economy in the world, the United States. It’s predicted that Chinese spending will reach $255.4 billion by 2025, which is a massive increase of 86% from 2015.
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