Saturday, 9 July 2016

PPC - Measuring Results

It is very important to measure the success of your PPC ad. To improve an existing PPC ad further, it is vital to analyze its ROI, conversion rate, and the problems incurred.
Even if an existing ad is doing well in terms of conversion rate and generating ROI, there is always a room for improvement. To improve an ad in the right direction and elevate its ROI, it is necessary to measure the success of the launched ad.

The following metrics can be used to confirm the success of your ad:
%ServedHow often your ad was served in contrast to other similar ads in the same ad group.
Average Cost per Click (CPC)
Total CostTotal number of clicks
The lower, the better.
Average PositionHow high in the results page is your ad showing.1 is the highest.
Bounce RateThe percentage of visitors who leave to navigate the website after visiting one page.The higher, the poorer.
ClicksThe number of times a visitor clicks your ad.The more, the better.
Click-Through-Rate (CTR)The percentage of clicks divided by Impressions.The higher, the better.
ConversionsThe number of times a visitor clicks on the ad and completes an action you defined as a conversion within a specific period of time.The more, the better.
Impression ShareThe percentage of the total number of times your ad could have been shown versus the actual number of times it was shown.
ImpressionsThe number of times your ad was displayed on the search results page.The more, the better.
Quality ScoreRelevance of the keyword, ad, and landing page combined, which affects your CPC.The higher, the better.
ROI(Return – Investment) × 100The more, the better.


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