Top Client Questions Of The Month:
Thanks to all the clients and newcomers for these great questions. Watch the Video Newsletter above for more detailed answers. Here they are.
1. Google reviews, does my customer have to resubmit a google review for it to be added?
– Google announced that Google reviews are back online and that past reviews that were able to be submitted will now show up. Check and answer your reviews now.
2. What does Google Ads classify incomes as?
Top 10%, above $146,001.
11-20%, $131,001 to $146,000.
21-30%, $111,001 to $131,000.
31-40%, $96,001 to $111,000.
41-50%, $64,001 to $96,000.
Lower 50%, $0 to $64,000.
3. Does Youtube tell us how our competitors are spending?
– No, unlike search and display, Youtube does not have Auction insights or audiences in that way. Since users aren’t categorized that way on Youtube or can be individuals they do not have that data.
4. I created two accounts in google ads, if I click cancel my account, will it go away?
– For reasons of due diligence, Google does not fully delete ad accounts. Your account will always be available even if marked as deleted.
5. What is the best path for conversions for the ad?
– That depends on your business and your goals. If it is to get a lead you have to think what is best for my customers? Is that a phone call, a message, a contact link, even a social messenger message? Generally, customers begin with measuring time on site as a main trigger for an audience, then number of pages visited. These lead well to contact lead options like a message or phone call for Google Ads conversion optimization. Watch video for full details.
6. Does Google Ads give you the IP address or info about who clicked?
– No, that information is private and Google does not give you specific name, address, or IP info of who clicked. In that way, it is anonymous. There are third-party tools that will show that information like Hubspot at a price of $800 per month.
7. Does much does your cost go up when you target based on income?
– It varies, but generally costs goes up if you have more specific targeting. And yes, you’d have to test it out for audiences. Costs change according to competition, market bids, and targeting. They don’t go up based on income – Google
8. My new Google reviews are still not showing up, I thought they rolled out Google reviews starting in May?
– Due to COVID-19, Google limited the functionality of several features of GMB. On March 20th Google shut off the ability for new reviews to be posted online. On April 9th the ability for new reviews to be posted and shown was slowly turned back on. Not all businesses it appears has the ability for new reviews to be published yet. You will need to wait until Google allows your listing to receive reviews.
Most of the reviews should be displayed at a future date. No, do not ask people to double post reviews. There is no specific date on when the reviews that are being held will be visible for all GMB listings.
– Google Post
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