- 17 Jan
Why Consumers Click on Paid-Search Ads
by Ayaz Nanji
Wouldn’t it be great if we could figure out why people tend to click on certain ads? Now, that would be a worthwhile set of insights. It could even let us begin to mold our ads to more accurately match buyer preferences.
Well, as it turns out, there was recently a limited consumer study conducted by Clutch. They looked into that very question. The report [download available] was only based upon a survey of 506 people. They focused on people who clicked on at least one online search ad in the past month.
Now, while this is a small number, there are some extremely valuable insights within the study. For one, consumers say the main reasons they click on paid-search ads are that the units directly answer their search queries. They also say that they responded to ads that mention familiar brands.
To see more of the data, charts and insights, read the full article at MarketingProfs.com
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- 14 Nov
Paid-Search Trends for 3Q17: Which Devices Are Driving Clicks?
- Nov 14, 2017
- Dan Hoff
- Google, Lead Generation, Mobile Marketing, Paid Search, Pay-Per-Click, Search Engine Marketing
by Ayaz Nanji
By now it should be patently obvious to every business owner, founder and manager. Mobile matters to your marketing. And if you haven’t made adjustments, you stand to loose a huge chuck of your market.
Why is That? You Ask . . .
It seems that your paid search has a far better chance on mobile than ever before. In fact, the number of clicks on Google paid-search ads originating from smartphones increased significantly. Not only did it grow between the third quarter of 2016, the trend continued the third quarter of 2017. This, according to recent research from iProspect.
The report was based on 3Q17 data from 2,500 Google AdWords and Bing Ads accounts representing more than 220,000 active campaigns in both search- and shopping-ad formats. To see some of the data and insights, read the full article at MarketingProfs.com
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