Optimizing Google Ads for call tracking insights

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on September 4, 2018

Google Ads (formerly AdWords) helps you reach new and existing customers each time they browse the web. It’s one of the top advertising tools used by marketers and provides a huge amount of value by helping you better track your ad spend and ROI. CallRail’s Google Ads integration adds more power to your campaigns by…

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Feature Update: Send a call’s value to Google Ads

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on March 7, 2018
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CallRail’s Google Ads integration (previously AdWords) is one of our most popular features. Sending phone conversions directly into Google Ads helps marketers achieve full attribution for their PPC spend and make better optimization decisions about their paid campaigns. Another benefit of activating CallRail’s direct integration with the Google Ads API is the ability to match…

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The 8 best Google Ads ads we’ve ever seen

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on March 5, 2018
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Crafting the perfect display ad for Google Ads (formerly AdWords) is equal parts science and art — your available character count is extremely limited, which means you’ve got to express your company’s value proposition with as little text as possible. Plus, you’ve also got to work in a compelling call to action that motivates the…

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What is ROAS?

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Zack Bedingfield at CallRail
on November 6, 2017
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What is ROAS? “ROAS” is an acronym that stands for “return on ad spend.” This is a metric that advertisers use to judge the effectiveness of their advertising dollars. You can calculate ROAS by dividing the revenue generated from ads by the cost of those ads. Why is ROAS an important KPI? Calculating return on…

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What is Parallel Tracking in Google Ads?

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on November 2, 2017
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Updated: July 24, 2018 What is Parallel Tracking in Google Ads? Parallel tracking is a method of loading a landing page URL of an ad separately from a tracking URL, which loads in the background, in order to decrease landing page load time. Effective 2018 Google Ads will use this type of tracking by default…

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