All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘landing pages’

View Landing Pages From AdSense Ad Review Center

Google announced a new feature for the AdSense ad review center, which lets you check landing pages for ads from within your account. This builds on a recent announcement, which let you search for ads by images. “If you’re looking for more insight into your users’ experience with the ads on your site, the landing page view offers you a …

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Google Gives Important Landing Page Tips

Google is sharing a video about creating effective landing pages for your AdWords ads, though the tips provided could really be applied to other ads. The video is actually from last summer, but it’s still relevant today. Clearly Google still thinks so. Google Ads    2 hours ago Does Your Landing Page Seal the Deal? This quick video explains the …

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Crafting an Effective Landing Page – Don’t Go Overboard

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Landing Pages on Facebook Versus Twitter

While "selling" to people using Facebook isn’t always the best idea if you want to maintain a good brand reputation, Facebook does of course offer advertising, which gives you the opportunity to do that without spamming your "friends" or "fans". 

WebProNews recently sat down with Janet Driscoll Miller of Search Mojo, who spoke a little about this and using landing pages within the social network. 

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Clicks But No Conversions? It’s the Landing Page Every Time.

Are you putting enough thought into your landing pages? If not, it’s probably the main reason your conversions, or more importantly your revenue, aren’t higher. At PubCon in Las Vegas, WebProNews spoke with Brad Geddes, Founder of PPC training firm bgTheory about advanced PPC and landing page optimization. 

Why Landing Page Optimization is Critical

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Microsites Drive Brand Engagement, Purchase Intent

Microsites are commonly used by brands in online marketing. Dynamic Logic, a firm that evaluates the effectiveness of branded microsites, says that 7.8% of people become aware of a campaign’s message who otherwise would not have, when there is a microsite involved.

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