Estimated Cross-Device Conversions On Google AdWords

Oct 3, 2013 • 8:42 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdWords
 

google adwords cross deviceThe problem every admits - people search on one device and may very well likely end up converting on a different device. Be it they are searching for a new pair of shoes while on the bus ride home from work and then end up purchasing it when they get home from their desktop.

This is fairly common, in fact, Google shared metrics on how common it is by vertical and what the estimated conversions are by vertical on the AdWords blog. Google said, "A September 2013 study of multi-device consumers found that over 90% move sequentially between several screens for everyday activities like booking a hotel or shopping for electronics."

Google launched, estimated cross-device conversions to help online marketers track and predict conversions.

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Comments:

Graciousstore

10/05/2013 03:57 am

The result of the study should not be startling as many people use the smart phones for quick searches and for prolonged and detailed work they would prefer to use the larger screens

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