It's hard enough to nail down the most promising keywords to use, but your conversions rely on more than bidding on the right terms. Even with power-house keywords, you will need to serve up solid ad copy to earn that click. The right ad copy is relevant and proven. Relevance isn't too hard to pull off, but testing ad copy-keyword combinations can drain your budget and your time.
Ad History ensures you get relevance and proven ad copy from the start.
Testing ad copy is one of those "must haves" if you're going to be successful in PPC. It demands version after version of new ad variations, so the set-up can be tedious. Since few of us have the tireless, creative thesaurus-like brain required for such a task, we turn to ad optimizers for help.
For ad copy that converts now, look to the past.
Writing compelling ad copy is a serious task. Your business hangs on whether or not visitors click your ad. But don't let that scare you into treating this like an ugly chore you want to avoid.
You want to get the most out of your ad dollars, so your keywords need to do some heavy lifting for you. Paired with the right ad copy, keywords need to catch a visitor’s attention and connect with their needs.
We are exposing every move your competitors have made over the past year. Now it is your turn to cash in on their profits. Find the best converting ads and keywords instantly (and avoid the ones that flopped).
The ad/keyword combinations tested by past and current advertisers reveal the biggest hits and misses they've had. It turns their work into a playbook that you can use toward higher ROI right off the bat.
When you put Ad History to work, easy-to-read patterns point you to higher-performing ad copy as well as the advertisers that believe in that keyword the most.
Just by singling out a competitive domain, you can tell the difference between campaign filler and the keyword/copy combinations that will bring you conversions.
How is it different from SpyFu Classic?
A very basic idea started SpyFu. Type a competitor's site in the search bar. Capture the keywords this domain advertises on.