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Google Adwords Percentage Indicator

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by Tbiliseli, Apr 25, 2016.

  1. Tbiliseli

    Tbiliseli Newbie

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    Hi everyone,
    What percentage of the product that will be sold with the help of Google Adwords?
     
  2. extreme90

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    What do you mean exactly? if you mean the conversion rate, then it may vary anywhere from 0% to 10%. Typically stays between 2% to 5%, depending upon how well your campaign is performing and what you are promoting.
     
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    First you must to link Google Analytics with Adwords.
     
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    Doesn't necessary..
     
  5. LucidMarketing

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    I believe he means conversion rate.

    Your conversion rate depends very little on Adwords. It's there to attract clicks to your page. You can do a great job at attracting those clicks and a very poor job at convincing them to buy, to close the sale.

    Competitors may have a say as well. You may attract clicks and convincing them you have great value. But a competitor may do a better job and a certain percentage of sales go to them because they show to have better value. When I say "better value" I'm not talking about being cheaper. You can both sell the same or similar product but yours is a bit more expensive and still make more sales than the competition.

    In short, Adwords is an advertising tool, the carrot to get customer in the door. Yes, it can help a little what your ad says but whether PPC, newspaper, radio or other advertising method, few people buy simply based on the ad, and much less so from a 95-character one.