3 Key Elements to Google Enhanced Campaigns Improved conversion tracking shows 150% increase in click-to-call conversions
BALTIMORE, Md., June 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- On July 22, Google will automatically migrate its PPC advertisers over to its new Enhanced Campaigns format. Already more than 1.5 million campaigns have migrated to Enhanced Campaigns. There are three key elements to Google Enhanced Campaigns:
- More powerful bidding
- Smarter ads and extensions
- Improved conversion tracking and reporting
While the first two elements enable advertisers more powerful control over their in-market advertising, the enhanced reporting gives marketers more insight into their ROI and can drive informed decisions for optimizing ad copy. R2integrated, a digital marketing and technology agency, reviews the value of the Enhanced Campaigns reporting features in a new blog release. Responsible for the PPC marketing of more than 15 clients and more than $1.5 million in PPC campaigns, r2i Paid Search Strategists are on the forefront of how to leverage and manage these changes in AdWords. Whether or not marketers consider the change in AdWords an improvement is irrelevant since all campaigns will soon be in the new format. Its best to learn to take advantage of what it will have to offer and r2i's latest blog guides advertisers on how to use the new Enhanced Campaigns conversion tracking and reporting functionality.
Read more about how to leverage Google's Enhanced Campaign conversion tracking on the r2i blog.
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