Structuring campaigns based on personas is effective, but what happens when keyword overlap dilutes your messaging?
Columnist Pauline Jakober shares a case study showing how thoughtful reorganization based on money-making keywords can have a huge impact on revenue.
Keywords and search queries can mean different things to different people.
That’s where intent comes in. You might, for example, have one keyword that serves multiple personas.
So the work that you need to do to qualify those leads in a PPC environment typically happens at the ad creative and landing page level, not necessarily with the PPC campaign structure.
My agency recently inherited a PPC account that was building campaigns based on personas, and the strategy didn’t prove itself.
(By the way, if you’re interested in the cabinet of curiosities we discovered when we got into the account, check out my column from last month.)
Using this account as a case study, I’ll share with you some important lessons on understanding keywords, what to do when they serve more than one audience type in PPC and what results you can see when you reorganize based on the moneymakers.