The 3 Most Crucial Ways to Reducing Higher Cost Per Conversion

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Have you ever felt you are spending much on Ads but not getting enough in return? If yes, this guide will be your helping hand!

When it comes to PPC campaigns, cost-per-conversion is without a doubt the most crucial aspect. 

Cost per conversion (CPC), also known as Cost per acquisition (CPA), refers to the amount of marketing or advertising money spent to acquire or convert leads who click on your website or respond to your call to action (CTA).

And, if you are expecting good results out of your campaign, lowering CPA is a must. Basically, it can enhance your return on investment (ROI) without causing you any further losses. 

Reducing CPA from the very beginning is better to approach because it’s less difficult to begin managing costs now than to come up with ways to boost conversions. In all, it’s good (and relatively easier) to think of ways to overcome marketing and conversion costs before the sales numbers start pouring in.

However, if you have not done the thinking at the start, it’s fine. After all, it's never too late to start. Right?

So, here are the tips or ways you can start practicing immediately to reduce your acquisition costs in your PPC marketing campaigns, and to get an exceptional outcome. 

(You can even reach a Google Adwords Expert for the same.)

Let’s learn!

1. Bid Strategy Optimization

To evaluate the impact of ad rank on click-through and conversion rates, you may want to first run a Google trial at the campaign level.

Simply change the bid strategy to target CPA for those campaigns which are costing higher for conversion, it will auto-optimize your campaign according to the target CPA you set.

You can use the maximize conversion bid strategy for campaigns that are costing lower for conversion.

This is one of the quickest adjustments you can make to reduce your cost-per-conversion, even before you get carried away and just start dropping keywords bids (which can further harm your account). The best part is, you don't have to make any changes to your website for this. 

Reach a Remote PPC Expert and craft a finer strategy for your business!

2. Keyword Optimization

You should make it a priority to review your keywords on a regular basis, no matter if you're, new to PPC or a veteran. And also you should analyze first to see which keywords are generating conversions—and which aren’t.

Once you analyze the low-converting keywords, check for the total number of clicks. For instance, if any keyword has generated 5 conversions only, you may consider pausing it. But if received 10 clicks, especially in the beginning, that’s a 50% conversion rate, which means it’s definitely worth investing in.

Moreover, if while researching, you see a keyword that’s generated 1 conversion out of 1,000 clicks, pausing it will probably benefit your campaign.

In all, only keep the keywords that are offering good results.

3. Review The Dimensions Tab

If you have not done this already, setting up the dimensions should be your priority. Here are the tips to lower your cost per conversion by evaluating the best times to show your ads.

a. By Hour of Day

Based on your industry, showing ads 24 hours a day, may not be needed to attain your conversion requirements. In most of the cases, you must find optimal times to drop keyword bids, bid more aggressively, and/or times you might be better off not running ads at all.

b. By Day of Week

Again, based on your business and historical data, you can revise your ad scheduling and run ads on certain days, like Monday to Friday.

Below metrics can help while making such decisions:

Impressions: On which days of the week or hours of the day are people searching for your products/service.

Conversions: On which days of the week or hours of the day are people converting.

Cost-per-Conversion: On which days of the week or hours of the day are conversions more or less expensive.

Conversion Rate: On which days of the week or hours of the day, people are more or less likely to convert.

Pro-Tip -  Blocking unqualified and irrelevant searches can do wonders for your overall cost-per-conversion. Basically, negative keyword evaluation is to make sure that your ads aren’t targeting users who you know aren’t relevant to your business’ offerings.

Approach me for help!

Well, these are not all but surely important ones to consider, if you aim to gain high benefits. I can help you create an enhanced bid strategy for your campaigns. Being a Freelance PPC Consultant for years, I am now confident to work with any client from any industry. So, contact me now if you need any help regarding your PPC/SEM projects or simply use the above tips for top-notch results.

Reduce the Cost Per Conversion and Earn More!

About Auther

Khushboo is a confident, positive, cheerful, and courageous young lady. She brings with her the spirit, youthfulness, and passion for carrying out the said ‘impossible.’ Khushboo is a self-learner, and she never holds back from learning and exploring new terms. She never misses a chance to learn what life eventually puts forward to her. She strongly believes in the pursuit of excellence and perfection. With this in her mind, she has accomplished 40+ projects of Google AdWords with a success rate of 85%. Continuing the success rate, she has adopted the newest technologies and updates with an open heart and got certifications too. Khushboo is a proficient Google AdWords specialist freelancer, and her enlightened approaches lead to the best outcomes. She is not just google ads specialist; she is also skilled in bing ads and social media advertisements. Her setting approach is to completely analyze the project and customize the strategies uniquely for the business within the budget. As an ads specialist she knows the importance of conversions and genuine leads; hence she attempts to create a different set of plans for every business even in the same niche. Khushboo is a boss lady and owns the responsibility served to her. She is very prompt and precise when it comes to business. She understands the needs of clients and always tries her best to deliver quality. She is all set to jingle the google ads with your brands to get you the best outcomes.

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