#22 | heybooster eCommerce Insights 💸

Neslihan Emikoglu
Neslihan Emikoglu

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Find the Best Time to Run Google Ads During Shopping Seasons & Increase Your Revenue!

A piece of information from the friendly data analysis tool of your neighborhood: Google Ads may be doing things behind your back and wasting your money, and you may not be aware of this🧐

One of the questions in the minds of many people who want to be successful in the world of ecommerce is when they will run their Google Ads campaigns and how they will find the right time. Then if you are ready, let's answer these questions and talk about how you can be aware of sudden changes in your advertising campaigns!

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A True Guide to Increase eCommerce Conversion Rates

Being stuck with low conversion rates can be extremely frustrating for ambitious eCommerce store owners that are looking to maximize their sales performance. If you just can’t figure out how to increase eCommerce conversion rates, you may be overlooking certain crucial details in your customer journey.

-The drifting eyes of your customers will first settle on the product images. The best way to show the excellence of your products is to choose high-quality product images for your product pages. Improvement in the quality of your images will quickly transform into a high conversion rate for your eCommerce website.

-Customer reviews are crucial for conversion rates. Your potential customers will be on the lookout for past customer experiences during their product research. Positive reviews are immensely helpful to increase eCommerce conversion rates...

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Identify the Keywords with High CTR and Low Impression Share

Do you think that you are using the right strategies and that you can really use the full potential of the keywords that you think are performing well? Maybe there are some points you missed🤔

There are many different metrics you can use to tell if a keyword is performing well. One of them is click-through rate (CTR). CTR is the number of clicks that your ad receives divided by the number of times your ad is shown: clicks ÷ impressioSns = CTR.

For example, if you had 5 clicks and 100 impressions, then your CTR would be 5%.

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