Re: [webanalytics] Non-contextual campaign Insight-thoughts
- We found this statement to be true for CpX Campaigns as well as for
branding campaigns. When segmenting/predicting visitors to several
target group based on behavior or on surveys, conversion and branding
(campaign memorisation) was better here than with traditional
contextual or behavioral-only campaigns.
Oliver Schiffers, United Internet Media
On 30 Mar 2007 15:13:32 -0700, Ravi Pathak <ravipathak1@...> wrote:
> I heard this interesting insight from someone.
> "you can get better ROI on non-contaxtual ads/campaigns than you can get on
> contextual campaign/ad."
> Let me explain with an example, If i want to run a campaign to sell tickets
> for a particual NBA game, I would get better ROI out of my campaign,
> that campaign on Auto sites ( like kbb.com,edumunds.com etc) or for that
> matter any non-contextual site ,than, what I can get on like
> site) !
> Other example, If I want to run a campaign to sell cars , I would get
> ROI ,if i put them on NBA.com (non-contextual) or for that matter any other
> non-contextual website, than i put them on contextual websites (e.g.
> Thoughts ? Ideas ? your opinions ? Do you agree ? disagree ? why ?
> My apologies, if this is already discussed !!
> Take care !
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
- I didn't understand if the site with the banner ad was your own, if
the ads were internal, or if the ads were external. But I got the
feeling that it was your own site, and you have banner ads for other
people, and you want to see how to track how often someone clicks,
even though they leave the site.
I think this is what you are looking for:
The important issue is the naming. Don't just name each banner
anything. Create a system so that you can use the banner names as
regular expressions in your goals.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Andrew Kaplan <noc@...> wrote:
> I have a site with multiple banner ads. How do I use Google Analytics to
> track the clicks on the banner ads.
> Andrew P. Kaplan
> "Indecision may or may not be my problem."
> Jimmy Buffett