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How to use conversion tracker for my business

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Hi All,

 

I am planning to implement conversion tracker for my online marketing and would like to understand which way of tracking would be feasible for my business.

 

In my business, the Customers click my ads, see my number in the website and they make a call for service

 

In general, the clicks can be viewed in adwords stats itself and I would like to track against which keyword I am getting a call.

 

Note:- I am not using call to extensions or Ad extensions.

 

Can anyone help me out how to track my calls against which keyword we are getting calls.

 

Thanks & Regards,

 

Vishwa

 

 

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Re: How to use conversion tracker for my business

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Hey,

 

I think this trick might be good for you:

HOW TO MEASURE PHONE CALLS ON YOUR WEBSITE

Its NOT perfect - but it can give you some insights....

 

Good luck,

 

Asaf

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Thanks for your tips.

 

It throws some light on my attempt.

 

Is there any other way we can track it.

 

 

 

 

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Hi

 

THere are plenty of call tracking solutions out there, at least on the US market.

 

I´d start here:

http://www.google.com/analytics/apps/results?category=Phone%20Call%20Tracking

Re: How to use conversion tracker for my business

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There are some great insights to be gained from using call tracking - especially if a phone call is most likely to be the visitor's action.

 

As David says there are all kinds of services - just be sure to check all the charges. Ask about set up fees, connection fees and per minute fees.

 

Also make sure that they offer you a big enough pool of numbers (if they use a number pool) so that you don't run out of numbers after three or four calls....