Google Adwords Conversions

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viradian
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Google Adwords Conversions

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I recently opened an Adwords account in hopes to generate more traffic and sales to my "relatively" new site. It helped get my pages indexed in Google, but I have yet to make a sale from the Adwords campaign.

I was wondering if anyone had an experience or advice of what it takes to convert visitors to customers.

Thanks

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Post by richb »

The coversion rate normally 2-3%. It mean 100 click you generate, the sales is about 2 to 3.

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I've been having a lot of trouble with the google adwords. I submitted my adwords about ten days ago and it was not approved as I had one capitalisation too much.

I changed it all and submitted it again and was told that my ADULT DVD SITE was not allowed approval, as there is a TEEN DVD catagory. It's pretty funny as theres about 60 other Adult DVD Sites that have the same catagory as mine. Google tole me it was because the content "TEEN SPAM" was unnaceptable.

I have all the neccaserry legal info and disclaimers stating that all SPAM actors on the Adult DVD's are above the age of 18. It states on on the entry page to adultdvdstoreonline.co.uk

I'm just gonn have to wait till they guess they have time to bother reviewing the situation

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When you write an adwords ad for your website or product, you need to think more about conversions rather than clicks, write the add in such a way that you know the person clicking on the add is not only looking for a product like yours but also is ready and willing to buy. Tire kickers don't pay bills.

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Here you must required services of google adwords expert.

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Post by Emily James »

My site has been up for about a month and I have only made $5.00! I see all these post about making lots of money but not sure when I am going to see my big return!
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I think this is good way for get traffic at your site.
keep it up.



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Google Ads conversion tracking shows you what happens after a customer clicks on your ads – whether they purchased a product, signed up for your newsletter, called your business, or downloaded your app. When a customer completes an action that you've defined as valuable, these customer actions are called conversions.

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Thankyou for sharing this useful information!

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Focus on CAC and try to iterate as much as possible what works

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google ads conversion rate is around 0-3% so you will need to have minimum 1000 impressions so design your budget and ads according to that so that you can get conversions

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Post by rajverm0364 »

Google ads conversion helps you track how much percentage of the people have actually converted ( completed your goals such as product purchase, subcscribe to the newsletter). The rate for conversion can be also known as conversion rate and it can be defined as "No. of users converted/ No. of clicks * 100".

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