October 29, 2019
By Chris Fitkin | CTO/Co-Founder
Whether you’re familiar with Kite’s industry-tested insights or you’re curious to learn more, you’ve come to the right place! This is the first lesson in a series of guided posts that will teach you everything you need to know about the 30+ insights in your Kite Report and how they work for your business.
To kick off this series we’re taking a deep dive into the ‘Ad Group Ad Testing’ insight and how you can use it to manage your testing process to avoid burnout and ad fatigue… Let’s go!
The ‘Ad Group Ad Testing’ insight answers the question: “Are you running A/B split tests for all of your ads?” It ensures you’re continuously testing multiple ads in your search, display, and video campaigns.
This will allow you to target your market more effectively by identifying ads that perform better than others.
After running a report, Kite gives you a list of ad groups that can be improved by creating more ads.
Testing ads against each other is a foundational part of improving your account performance over time. Effective ad testing lets you continually replace lower performing ads with ads that increase conversions and revenue, without increasing your budget.
By applying these recommendations, you can:
When you get your Kite Report, you’ll also get an insight score specifically for your Ad Group Ad Testing. If you’re running A/B split testing in all of your campaigns and ad groups, you’ll score a perfect 10 out of 10. If not, it’s easy to improve.
Use the list of ad groups in the ‘Recommendations’ tab and create more ads. Next time you run your Kite Report, you’ll see your score climb and your account performance should soon follow.
Check out the Ad Group Ad Testing insight in your report
for your score and recommendations
There you have it, the ins-and-outs of Ad Group Ad Testing. You know what it is and how it will improve your digital ad campaign performance. And, just as important, you know how to take action to improve the Ad Group Ad Testing inside your account.
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