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The Cost Per Lead Calculator – Better Allocate Your PPC Spend

In such a saturated PPC landscape, you should constantly be striving to meet and surpass your target cost per conversion — but how do you know where to focus your budget and optimization efforts? Andrew Miller of digital agency Workshop Digital has a handy cost per lead calculator that can help.

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The Only Factor: The key to high-performing webpages

In this Quick Win episode, Flint McGlaughlin optimizes a webpage submitted by Issues Ink. The webpage does a good job of answering two of the three questions customers ask, but it fails to answer the most critical one. Watch the video to learn how to avoid this pitfall and get the highest response rate.

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437 Digital Marketers Went Head-to-Head with a Conversion-Predicting Machine — Who Reigns Supreme?

At the fourth annual Call to Action Conference, 437 savvy digital marketers went head-to-head with a machine learning algorithm to predict which landing pages converted above and which converted below industry averages. Who reigns supreme? The answer provides us with a glimpse into the future of digital marketing and how artificial intelligence will help us become smarter, more effective marketers.

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When a Client’s Website is Sabotaging Their PPC Success (And What One Agency Did About It)

Agency clients can come with a little baggage which may include a less-than-ideal website and an AdWords account that needs a little TLC. The client expects you to bring them more conversions even if their existing assets are less than perfect. This is the story of how digital agency Webistry secured 400% more conversions for their client by convincing them *not* to send their paid traffic to their newly minted website.

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Conversion Rate Optimization

Customers are often jaded by broken promises from other marketers, and they are tired of endless ads that don't deliver. You have to overcome this negativity by building trust through a series of incremental steps that lead to a macro-yes. One way this can be done is by making sure your webpage does not create friction and anxiety in your customers.

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A Webpage is a Conversation

The moment prospects decide to engage with your webpage, they begin to communicate with you — your webpage is a conversation. It is our job as marketers to get into the conversation and speak to those prospects the right way.

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