Join me @ IBOtoolbox for free.
Bobby Miller
Member Since: 3/15/2014
  
performance / stats
Country: United States
Likes Received: 925
Featured Member: 0 times
Associates: 474
Wall Posts: 1291
Comments Made: 124
Press Releases: 1166
Videos: 56
Phone:
Skype:     robertmiller193
profile visitor stats
TODAY: 18
THIS MONTH: 1699
TOTAL: 191871
are we ibo associates?
business links
active associates
Dominic Goss    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


Emmanuel Mba    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


PHIL SCHAEFER    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


Phil Schaefer    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


Marketing Consultants    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


John Madeira    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


ALEKSANDAR STANIC    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


Katarina Hofbaur    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


Csaba Juhasz    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


Sorin Henrik  
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


Jellyfish Tele    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


Wyndham Rees    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


Andreas Wenske    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


Athena Gay    
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


Velma Joseph     
Last logged on: 10/23/2018


other ibo platforms



Bobby Miller   My Press Releases

How To Use Ad Tracking Software For Name Branding

Published on 4/22/2018
For additional information  Click Here

You probably already know that ad tracking software is the 'life-blood' of any successful online business. Knowing exactly where your visitors, buyers and subscribers are coming from can save you boat-loads of wasted advertising dollars.

But, whose name are you branding in your ad tracking links?

If you're using an online ad tracking service, more than likely it'll be their name in your urls. These types of links shout "I'm tracking you!". And nobody likes to be tracked.

Or, if you use an url shrinking service, your ad tracking urls will be disguised behind their name. Such as, [http://www.teenieurl.com/1234]. This leaves a potential visitor wondering what you're trying to hide. You could have a very powerful ad, building anticipation to the very end. Then, BAM! Your link says nothing about who you are or what you're offering them. This is a major 'turn-off'.

Yes it's true, ad tracking urls are generally long, cryptic and just plain ugly. So, you need some way to make them look presentable and click-friendly in any type of advertising situation.

One key ingredient of professional ad tracking software, is the ability to cloak your ad tracking urls to make them click-friendly. With the ability to create good looking ad tracking links containing your name or your company name, you'll see a substantial increase in click-thrus on your ads.

To brand your name while using ad tracking software, simply setup a website with your name (or your business name) as the domain name. For instance, mine would be dennyhay.com. Install your ad tracking software on this website. Then track all of your advertising campaigns for all of your products, or affiliate products, from this one location.

By doing this, you can create ad tracking links like the following examples, that look like just another page on your website. And the visitor won't even know they're being tracked.

[http://MyName.com/MyProduct/]

[http://MyBusinessName.com/MyProduct/]

Or, possibly, for affiliate links: 
[http://MyName.com/recommends/ThisGreatProduct.html]

Now, when you promote something with this type of ad tracking link, even if you don't make an immediate profit, you'll be branding your name. In the future, when you launch a product or run a promotion, your name will be recognized, creating a feeling of trust that would not normally be there, and it will increase your sales.

Plus, other marketers will be more receptive to your joint venture proposals, because they will notice your activity and remember your name.

If you're serious about being successful with your business, start branding your name or your business name in your ad tracking links. And get all the visitors you deserve.



Member Note: To comment on this PR, simply click reply on the owners main post below.
-  Copyright 2016 IBOsocial  -            Part of the IBOtoolbox family of sites.