How To Increase Your Conversion Rates

“If your business is not on the internet, then your business will be out of business.” – Bill Gates. With that statement, most businesses created a website. These websites were to give the business an online presence that clients can get in touch with.

The problem is not just having a website, the website should be there to perform a marketing function. Personally, I don’t see why a business would have a website and they aren’t doing anything for it. The main purpose of a site is for visitors to come and perform a certain activity.

This is by definition of what a conversion is. A conversion is when a person comes to a site and performs an intended activity. These intended activities could be downloading a pdf, white paper or book; filling out a form; giving out an email; staying on site for a particular period of time and buying an item.


How To Reduce Target CPA

Target CPA

CPA (cost per acquisition) is a number that denotes how much an advertiser has paid in order to get a conversion. A conversion is the intended action a web visitor has done on the website. The actions could be filling in a form, downloading software or pdf and buying a product.

Target CPA according to google is “Smart Bidding strategy that sets bids to help get as many conversions as possible at the target cost-per-acquisition (CPA) you set. It uses advanced machine learning to automatically optimize bids and offers auction-time bidding capabilities that tailor bids for each and every auction.”


Google Vs Facebook Ads

Google vs Facebook Ads

How do you choose which is the best marketing platform for your business to make the most of your advertising spend? Given that both companies account for 85% of online ads. As an online marketer it is normally hard decide to which one of the two you should invest in or if you would go with both of them. Here are a couple of reasons on why you should choose one over the other or use both: