Call Tracking

An effective PPC campaign generates a significant amount of phone leads. Through call tracking, you will be able to identify where the phone leads originate from and which keyword contributed to that phone conversion.

With this information in hand, you will be able to make better decisions about your campaign’s account structure and budget allocation, leading to a significant improvement in your campaign performance.

At SearcherMagnet, we use call tracking to gather pertinent customer data, which can help us decide more strategically on budget allocation and ad messaging optimization .

Find out how this technology impacts your campaigns.

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James Sharp
JAMES SHARP
EVP NATIONAL PRODUCTION

“SearcherMagnet’s PPC audit revealed millions of dollars in wasted ad spend. SearcherMagnet took the time to deeply understand our concerns, then fixed our entire lead generation platform from landing pages, to measurement all the way to CRM. They work like an outsourced CMO, deeply integrated into our business, collaborating with my compliance officer and marketing manager. They even worked directly with my loan officers on lead quality – I’m told by some of our veterans these are the best leads in 10 years. All told, they’ve reduced my PPC cost per funded loan 521.48% so far. Sold.”

Darren Virasammy
DARREN VIRASSAMMY
COO

“I’m no longer sitting on top of a bunch of information and a bunch of tools and techniques that I have no capacity to use and is irrelevant to my business but I am paying a lot of money for. Not only did we had a major reduction in cost, we also had a major increase in useful, tangible information… SearcherMagnet has been willing to stand right by us, alongside us, and operate more as a partner in this endeavor than as an outside service provider. They have been asking questions to us, whiteboarding with us, going through things to flush out ideas in ways that I just have not seen in others, frankly.”