PPC Blog: PPC Landing Pages

3 Reasons Not to Rush Through PPC Implementation

When we land new clients, it’s not unusual for them to want to rush through PPC implementation. Often, they’ll have a big promotion or event coming up, and they need to get their campaigns live as soon as possible.

We understand this, of course. And we do everything we can to move things along quickly.

But at the same time, some problems are inherent in rushing into PPC too quickly. And these problems can impact not only your immediate results, but also cast a shadow over future results as well.

In this post, I outline the top three problems that can result from rushing into PPC.

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Getting Started With a PPC Agency Part 9: PPC Landing Pages

In our last post in this series on onboarding new PPC clients, we covered the topic of the GDN.

Today, we continue our discussion with a look at PPC landing pages.

If I had to point to one area that can blow up a PPC campaign (and not in a good way), I’d have to say landing pages (and post-click activities generally).

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Three B2B PPC Landing Pages That Break the Rules

It’s that time of year again! When thoughts turn to seasonal baking (and eating!) and gingerbread, rugelach and other treats scent the air.

And one of the essential tools of baking is the cookie cutter. Cookie cutters speed up the cookie-making process and help ensure consistent results—so your gingerbread people look like people, not dolphins.

Alas, you can’t take a “cookie cutter approach” to every process—as our experience with three B2B PPC landing pages illustrates.

In a recent article in Search Engine Watch, Pauline Jakober walks through three B2B landing pages that break commonly accepted rules for landing page design. And these three pages demonstrate that, when it comes to B2B PPC, you have to leave your cookie cutters in the drawer.

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How One Simple Change Increased Our Client’s B2B PPC Leads by 637%

In any PPC campaign, you can spend hours tinkering with ad copy, modifying offers and adjusting keywords. And yes, as PPC consultants, we make these kinds of refinements—and sometimes they produce real performance improvements.

But recently, one of our clients made ONE simple change that improved PPC leads by a WHOPPING 637 percent—and we even have the data to prove it!

What was this magical, innovative change, you ask? Quite simply, landing pages.

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Low Quality Score: A Series on How to Revive Your AdWords Account. Part 3: Landing Page Strategy

Last year, we took on a client in dire need of a campaign overhaul. Their Adwords account needed major mending due to Quality Scores of the lowest kind. It would be an uphill battle but we were intrigued and up for a challenge. If you missed the first two posts, you can start at Part 1: Quality Score Killers.

Landing page relevancy plays an important role in regards to quality score. Originally, the client had been landing visitors on relevant pages of their website. This can work well for accounts that have good quality score but we wanted to stay away from anything that was implemented prior to us reviving the account.

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Hyper Focus on Relevancy

Our overall landing page strategy was to hyper focus on relevancy. Instead of landing the visitors on the original pages we continued with our city plus keyword strategy for our new landing pages. Each city campaign ad had its own city specific landing page. Title tags, headlines and content contained our city specific keywords along with a client testimonial and call to action.

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