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Call Tracking Responsive website

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When I'm adding call tracking on my website (using Google forwarding numbers) which is responsive website.

which option do i choose:


1-Calls from ads using call extensions or call-only ads


2-Calls to a phone number on your website

3-Clicks on your number on your mobile website

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@Khoren P

 

Okay, so I would consider using both 1 and 2.  3 should technically already work with your responsive site when implementing 2.

 

1 is a matter of setting up a call extension and selecting the use of a Google forwarding number.

2 is a matter of completing 1 and then setting up website call tracking which will rewrite your real number on the fly to a Google forwarding number.  2 is a bit more complicated. Specific details and a video can be found here: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6095883?hl=en

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@Khoren P


What are the goals of your campaign? You can technically use more than one option, but it's all relative to the goals.

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the goal is to track phone calls to local business on their landing page. 20sec will be considered a lead.the site is responsive.
will set days to 60 days.
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@Khoren P

 

Okay, so I would consider using both 1 and 2.  3 should technically already work with your responsive site when implementing 2.

 

1 is a matter of setting up a call extension and selecting the use of a Google forwarding number.

2 is a matter of completing 1 and then setting up website call tracking which will rewrite your real number on the fly to a Google forwarding number.  2 is a bit more complicated. Specific details and a video can be found here: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6095883?hl=en