Google Analytics: your best ally for export market research Master the basics of the platform and better understand your target Training Tuesday, September 19, 2017 from 8:30 am to noon Google Analytics offers a wealth of information about your customers and competitors and is an essential ally to fully understand the online behavior of your target....Read More >
Google adwords for export
Google ads can be a great tool for export companies that are looking to reach out to an international audience.
Before you gets started though, do some research to discover the opportunities that are available for you abroad. Google analytics and keyword planner are good tools that can help you to know what customers from your target countries are searching for and the keywords they are using. This information can come handy to set up your own adwords campaign.
Next, set up an account for optimization across different markets. This is because you can customize goals to suit different new markets and set your campaign accordingly. You can even use an automated adwords management tool to manage these different campaigns effectively.
Finally, try to use automation to reduce your workload. You can even use any well-known adwords optimization software to help you in this regard.
For companies, the emergence of the Internet has had a decisive impact on the way they do business. The World Wide Web represents a unique lever to develop its clientele, both locally and internationally. In any case, it is the tool par excellence that allows you to boost your export sales.....Read More >
SEO Tip: How to export more than 999 lines from the Google Search Console search table? If you use Google Search Console for search analysis, you may have already been confronted with the limit of 999 lines returned by the tool. We will see here how to export more lines at once. One of the disadvantages of Google Search Console search analysis is that it limits the export of the tool....Read More >
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