Understanding Landing Pages for PPC
Do not invest large sums of money into PPC advertising, such as Google Adwords, without first thinking about landing pages. A landing page, often referred to by PPC systems as the target URL or destination URL, is the page that people are sent to when they click a link to your site. In this context, of course, a landing page is a page that a PPC ad points to.
A good landing page helps sell. It’s the first step in the process of convincing the visitor to your site to buy from you. Thus, when you point a PPC ad to your site, in many cases, you won’t want to simply point to your home page. Why? If you sell 100 products and your ad is pushing a particular product. Pointing to your home page may not effectively promote the product and may result in you losing a lot of potential customers.
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