• Get a Glimpse into the Future of PPC From Microsoft’s Senior Manager of Global Engagement

    As I learned at the start of February, if you’re a lucky enough to get one-on-one time with Purna Virji, Senior Manager of Global Engagement at Microsoft, you ask her about the future of search, AI, and pay per click (because she makes everything sound pretty exciting). Purna—named the #1 most influential PPC expert in the world by PPC Hero in 2016—is on the forefront of wha ...

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  • 3 Ways You Could be Unknowingly Wasting Ad Budget

    Today’s ad platforms can have even the most experienced PPC marketers spending more than intended. Campaign settings, rules and other factors change over time, which can have substantial impact on your campaigns. For example, starting October 4th, 2017 Google announced they could spend up to two times your daily budget.

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  • No-Touch CRO: 11 Ways to Optimize Your Website without Touching Your Website

    Wait a minute, no-touch website optimization? How on earth can you optimize your website without touching it? That’s absurd. Insane even. Have you gone stark raving mad, Oli? Who me? Never! Or at least, not all the way crazy. I’m talking about ways that you can experiment, learn, and change behavior simply by using page and UI elements like Popups and Sticky Bars.

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  • Changing On-Page Behavior with Sticky Navigation and Data-Driven Design

    As an optimizer, there’s nothing that excites me more than using design to change on-page behavior. By “change”, I mean to positively influence visitors to achieve their (and your) goals more effectively, and sticky navigation is a great way to increase your odds of driving behavioral change. The best way I know to design experiences that change on-page behavior is to use my D ...

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  • 4 Ways to Use Advanced Triggers & Targeting to Craft Delightful Popups

    I’ve already talked at length about how to design more delightful popups by using The Delight Equation, and today I want to extend that concept by discussing the triggers and advanced targeting you can use to make popup experiences even better. I think we’d all agree that showing a popup to your visitors on every visit is a bad idea.

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  • 9 Creative Sticky Bar Examples – Plus 21 New Unbounce Templates

    Sticky Bars are the less intrusive cousin of the noble Popup. They appear at the top or bottom of the page (and sometimes the sides) when a visitor arrives, leaves, scrolls down or up, stays on the page for a certain time period or clicks a link or button. They have a million useful use cases, some of which you may not have considered.

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  • A Blueprint for the Perfect Popup: Structured Design for Unstructured Marketers

    Is it possible to design the perfect popup? One so fiercely potent that people just can’t refuse to convert? Of course not. As small as seemingly simple as a popup is, it’s still important to understand a little about its anatomy. There are five primary elements to make up the architecture of a popup, and then there’s a layer of interaction design beneath that which deals wit ...

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