In the dashboard, you can see the data of all connected channels, such as Google Analytics, Google Ads and Facebook Ads, allowing you to analyze the data of various advertising platforms and websites in real time, making it easier to formulate business strategies and strengthen business growth.
Not only the traffic brought by paid advertising, but also the results brought by social media, natural search, direct visits and other websites; on the GrowthSpot platform, you can quickly check the overall performance right after connecting Google Analytics account.
Continuously monitors the traffic changes of different devices, such as desktop computers, phones, and even different phone models. Identify the most important devices to optimize website traffic and sales conversio
By Visitor Type
Data comparison between new visitors and returning visitors, including traffic, bounce rate, conversions, etc.
Advertising data within a specified date, including click-through rate, number of exposures, advertising cost, order conversion rate, etc. There are also the top 10 best advertising campaigns, best advertising keywords and best search terms based on your return. 。
Advertising data within a specified date, including click-through rate, number of exposures, advertising cost, order conversion rate, etc. There are also the top 10 best advertising campaigns, the best ads placement, and the best audience age group and gender based on ads return.
1. Login to GrowthSpot and click “Channel Settings”
2. Select channels you want to connect your data sources to GrowthSpot
The number of your ads displaying to target audience
Traffics / Clicks
Paid / All Channels
The total cost of ad spend over selected date range
Cost Per Click
Cost Per click (CPC) is the actual cost for each click to your ads
Click-through rate (CTR) is dividing the impression by clicks, evaluate how many clicks to your ads after the ads are displayed to users
Conversion is the action that users interact with your business to achieve your business goals. For example, if your website is a e-commerce driven and selling clothes, the number of “Purchase” event can be your conversion numbers.
If your website is selling consultation services about overseas study, the number of consultation bookings would be your conversion number
Conversion Rate (All)
Conversion Rate (CVR) is calculated by dividing the conversions by clicks, as a review of ad performance to see how many conversions brought for each ad interaction (Clicks).
If you have connected to Google Analytics, you can see the total conversion rate of all channels.
Conversion Rate (Paid)
Same as above, but here shows the conversion rate for paid channels (Google Ads / Facebook Ads channels if you have conected)
Cost Per Conversion (All)
Cost Per Conversion (All) is to calculate the average cost spent over all channels to generate one conversion
Cost Per Conversion (Paid)
Cost Per Conversion (Paid) is to calculate the average cost spent over paid advertising channels to generate one conversion
Yes, that is because you haven’t connected your accounts (Google Analytics / Google Ads / Facebook Ads) to GrowthSpot, our dashboard is unable to display the numbers for you. Connecting your accounts now resolve your problem.
For the “Conversions” and “Conversion Rate”, if you see “$0.00” and “0.00%” respectively, it means there are no conversion yet in the selected data range;
while for “Cost/Conversions”, you may see “-” when there are no conversions and therefore system is unable to calculate the Cost Per Conversion properly.
Marketing calculator analyzes your marketing expenditure and effectiveness, and then calculates based on your business status:
－ Break-even bid
－ Bid that meet the target return on investment
－ The required advertising budget
Before starting the calculation, please prepare the following information for the past month:
Use the “marketing calculator”
Fill in “Next Month’s Revenue Target”
Without changing other fields. The chart on the right will automatically calculate the advertising budget you need in the next month.
It helps you efficiently and quickly generate all keyword permutations, plus the keyword match type you choose.
Keyword match type can control which Google search queries to trigger ads. Therefore, you can use “broad match” to display advertisements to a wide range of target audiences, or you can use “exact match” to focus on targeting specific customer groups.
Including misspellings, synonyms, related searches and other relevant variations. The benefits of this is high exposure when the downside is high cost caused by irrelevant clicksFor example: If your keywords are yoga training class, and your advertisement will have high chance to appear if the search term included yoga, training or class.
Broad Match Modifier
This modifier make sure ads will only be shown when keywords are included in the search terms by using a plus sign “+” in front of them(+yoga). This can reduce the ineffective exposure.Example: If your keywords are +yoga + training +class, the search terms below will trigger your ads to appear
If your keyword is “yoga training class”, ads might be shown if the search terms are” hk yoga training class”/ “yoga training class price”, additional words before or after keyword is possible.
If the keywords are “yoga training class” (not case sensitive) the search term must be exactly the same as the keywords to trigger the ad exposure. The advantage is high Click through rate(CTR), and disadvantage is very limited exposure. This setting is mostly use in wide known brands or product.
As Google limited only 20,000 items for each ad group. You can divide keywords into different combinations and assign them to multiple ad groups. This can greatly improve the effectiveness of your ads.
Common keyword grouping:
Keyword Ideas generates relevant keywords according to the location and language that are selected along with your keyword input
Here is what you will get:
In the result page, you could switch the view from relevant keywords to question keywordsPhrases, in order to get the most relevant result for your ad campaign.
By connecting your Google Ads account to the Alert Engine, it can monitor the performance of your campaign every second. It can send alerts to you and report ineffective ads regularly. This helps you to understand the problems at a glance.
Have you ever encountered these problems? Alert Engine helps you to deal with all these challenges.
1. Connect to your Google Ads account and grant permission to GrowthSpot
2. Go back to the “Alert Engine” page. Click “Create Alert”
3. Choose one metrics to track in “Alert Engine”
4. Input the target number
5. Select “Accept email notification”
6. Finish! You will receive an email alert when undesirable performance is generated
1. Click “Show Activities” of the specific alert to see the Activities Log.
2. Click ” Check Details” to see the problems
3. Click “Download CSV”, so that you can upload changes to your Goggle Ads account and bulk edit the settings
Use your website’s own content to create search ads, keywords and part of the ad copy are automatically generated, which greatly reduces the setup time. Setup process becomes very simple. It is definitely the first choice for advertising beginners or companies with not enough time resources.
Growthspot sets the best and easiest template for you and simplifies the entire process. With GrowthSpot, you can save the time exploring settings. This helps you experience easy and fast dynamic search ads.
1. First go to “Google Dynamic Search Ads” in GrowthSpot and click “Go to Settings”
2. Connect to Google Ads
3. Go back to Google DSA page and click “Create Ads”
Step 1 – Create Campaign
Step 2 – Create Ad group
4. You have successfully built Google Dynamic Search Ads!
Shopping ads presents consumers with product images, names, prices, business names and other information, and the content is more detailed and appealing than text ads
Growthspot sets the best and easiest template for you and simplifies the entire process. With GrowthSpot, you can save the time exploring settings. This helps you experience easy and fast Shopping ads.
1. Create a Google Ads Account
Please click here to see how to create a Google Ads account
2. Create a Google Merchant Center account and complete the setup
Please click here to see how to create a Google Merchant Center account and complete the setup
3. Prepare product feed and upload to Google Merchant Center account
Please check with your service provider if they provide tools to quickly generate product information. If your online store platform cannot provide tools, you can also manually create product information and upload it to Google Merchant Center regularly. Click here for information on how to manually create product information.
4. Link your Merchant Center Account with your Google Ads Account
Click here for information on how to link them.
If you are having trouble setting up your Google Ads and Google Merchant Center accounts, you are welcome to contact our professional marketing consultants, and GrowthSpot will be happy to provide you with relevant services.
1. First go to “Google Shopping Ads” in GrowthSpot and connect your Google Ads and Google Merchant Center accounts
2. After setting up, click “Start creating campaign”
Step 1 – Create Campaign
Step 2 – Create Ad Group
3. You have successfully built Google Shopping Ads!