• Build a landing page in the Unbounce Builder's new Preview mode
  • The Anatomy of the Perfect PPC Ad [Infographic]

    Go back to PPC school with an infographic that teaches you how to be effective with all the different types of ads you need to pay for.

    Pay-Per-Click advertising is confusing at the best of times. Google constantly changes the rules for AdWords, display ads suffer from banner blindness (and horrible design) and don’t get me started on Facebook not letting you point your ads to your landing pages.

    On the plus side, if done right, PPC can generate instant results compared to other methods like SEO which take time to climb the rankings.

    The infographic below is here to help you wade through all the ******** and start maximizing your ad spend.

    Plus we’ve dissected the best parts for you into bite-sized Tweetables at the end so you can share your new found wisdom.

    Newsflash
    You’ll get higher conversions by using highly targeted landing pages, and for AdWords you’ll be able to massage your landing page to give you a higher quality score and lower cost-per-click. #justsayin

    The Anatomy of the Perfect PPC Ad

    Tweetables

    Share these quotes on Twitter so people know you’re smart:

    • What is the Z-layout & how can you leverage it to increase PPC conversion?
      » Tweet This «
    • You! Hey you! Get personal by using ‘you’ in your PPC copy. Other PPC conversion tips here:
      » Tweet This «
    • Numbers don’t lie. Always test your PPC ad copy & run multiple versions to increase your conversion rate.
      » Tweet This «
    • Use red, orange & yellow to increase your click volume. More PPC conversion tips here:
      » Tweet This «
    • Crafting a successful PPC comes down to headline, copy, image and your CTA. Get the details here:
      » Tweet This «

    — Oli Gardner


    About Oli Gardner
    Unbounce co-founder Oli Gardner has seen more landing pages than anyone on the planet. But January 2018 is NOT about landing pages. We are doing a blog takeover to explore going from one to many products. We're doing this to increase awareness of our 2 new products (Popups & Sticky Bars), and to take a transparent journey of discovery to become better marketers. By writing 30 posts in 30 days – all about product awareness – I’ll be lifting the lid on Unbounce adoption and churn metrics, and sharing innovative tips and strategies to help us all become better at marketing our products. Read post 1 of 30 in the Product Awareness Month blog takeover Check out the full month's calendar of 30 product awareness posts.
    » More blog posts by Oli Gardner