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Part One of a look at Google AdWords and how attorneys can use client-side questions to determine the quality and source of potential clients.

As Seen On The Interwebs (Google AdWords, Part I)

Part One of a look at Google AdWords and how attorneys can use client-side questions to determine the quality and source of potential clients.

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  1. You can use Google Analytics along with a call tracking feature to see where all of your calls are coming from. For example: You can set up a certain 800 number using the phone tracking software for each of your campaigns. Every time somebody calls that number it will appear in your Analytics account so you can track your leads.

    This is just a suggestion.

  2. I agree pay-per-click is an effective method of promotion, try asking a publication or broadcast station to show your ad. without paying, saying you’ll just give them a small payment every time someone responds. You can imagine the reaction!
    The problem with Google adwords is that it is so expensive. The fastest growing method of viewing the net is via a mobile device and pay-per-click via mobile marketing is even more effective, even more targeted and a fraction of the cost of adwords. CellFoneAd.com

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