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  1. 26 Free Must-Have Tools for PPC Success

    Just plug in clicks and CTR (or conversion rate) for 2 ad variations to see which one is the winner, and at what level of significance. This is a simple, yet often overlooked, way to streamline tracking of ad copy and landing page tests.

  2. 4 Simple Ways to Use Web Analytics for Smarter CRO Testing

    Conversion rate optimization (CRO) has quickly shifted the priorities of marketing departments over the last few years. The basic Internet math of "traffic * conversion rates = conversions" goes a long way here, but don’t be afraid to dig in and...

  3. 3 Ways Merging Google AdWords & Analytics Can Improve PPC Results

    Multi-Channel Funnels Reporting With Top Conversion Paths This report will show how different marketing channels contribute to the conversion path. The conversion path will include data from paid search, but also organic, email, direct visits, and...

  4. Facebook Custom Audiences: 7 Strategies Marketers Can Start Using Today

    Then, use Facebook advertising to re-engage the product-category page visitors on with a tailored creative, incentive, or offer to help stimulate action or conversion. Then, retarget the same users while they are "on the go" on their mobile devices...

  5. Reverse Engineer Sociology & Influencer Understanding for Outreach Success

    It makes sense then for you to look for ways to better connect with key influencers and find common grounds to improve "conversion" and to build a longer term mutually beneficial relationship when it comes to sharing and placing key content.

  6. A New Direction for SEO in 2014: The Secure Search Manifesto

    In a pre-"(not provided)" world, marketers had the luxury of having access to traffic, conversion, and revenue data by keywords. SEO success is now the gateway to measuring the ultimate business impact of your content – driving a greater keyword...

  7. 10 Google Analytics Advanced Segments That Reveal Search & Social ROI

    Google Analytics has traditionally segmented data up to this level, leaving us to report success solely based on the visits where conversion occurred. Metrics at this level include a landing page URL, campaign source, conversion rate and time on site.