That notion of goals is a very different concept than the conversion notion of goals and the Google analytics notion of goals and so on, if that makes sense. I guess I'm just saying they're not connected. I'm hoping for further improvements in conversion optimizer and the issue that you're dealing with.
Okay, that helps a lot. I kind of missed the first seven minutes, so I wasn't sure exactly how these goals worked. Yeah, that was the first topic we dealt with, wasn't it. This goal that I was talking about, that just lets you make it clearer for Google for how they can give you suggestions to optimize your performance of your various campaigns overall. Excellent. Thank you, Bryan.
This is Eric. My question is about that email that you mentioned that Google sends out about the quality of your landing page. I was just wondering if you have any experience with what transpires after that when you make the changes.
Do you know anybody who has contacted them? How is their response time and how do they react basically? And also I want to know if when you make the changes, do you want to make it in a new campaign and a new domain or on the old one according to http://increase-spermcount.com/volume-pills/?
I know it's going to be very tough to get the same quality score on this domain that was basically frowned upon before, and does make a difference.
I've got another CPA question. I've got a site that's very leaky in that I'd say about only a quarter of the conversions are counted in an automatic fashion. Everything else is manual.
I've got CPA started on it, so it's starting out in what I think is an expensive way, but my question is as I plug these leaks, can I expect the cost per conversion to start dropping as the smart Google machine figures out that only about a quarter of the conversions have been tracked over time and things are happening much more efficiently?
But if you make it so that people have a strong incentive to use the web callback versus the phone number, you can get a really good proxy and really can track directly to the keyword. Does that make sense?
Yeah, that's where I was hoping the Google Voice call now button might come in. I just can't figure out how to get it to integrate with AdWords. Make a search for web callback service and just place the conversion tracking code on the "success page." Once they submit a phone number and hit the Submit button, then there's another page that says, "We're calling you." This is where you need to put the conversion tracking code.