In a world of mobile ads that have gone live, click-based ads have become a big part of the business model, and one that is often abused by publishers to push a high-end product.
If your ad clicks aren’t high enough to make money, you’ll lose money.
“It’s not an easy problem to solve, because it’s a very complicated business,” says John Cottrell, CEO of ad tech company AdRoll.
The best way to fix it, he says, is to create a system that rewards ad clicks by giving you more revenue.
That’s what AdRoll has been doing.
The company launched a new ad-click rate tracking tool called AdRoll Plus that tracks the amount of clicks your ad makes on different pages.
If the number of clicks is high enough, your ad will make money.
The tool also allows you to create custom tracking stats to see which ads have the most clicks, which is useful if you’re trying to decide what to invest in your campaign.
If you’re not satisfied with your ad income, AdRoll can also add a second level of protection by blocking ads from showing up in your site, which can help you keep the revenue from the ad clicks you’ve earned.
But if you want to try to find ways to improve your click rate, there are other tools out there, such as the AdRoll AdsScore tool.
It gives you a score for every page in your ads.
You can view the number and the total clicks per ad, and if you have more clicks, your ads get more revenue per click.
You’ll also be able to see the average click rate per ad across all pages of your ad campaign, as well as see how many ads have been clicked per click, and whether your ads are generating more clicks per click than they were in the previous campaign.
The AdRoll team is using AdRollPlus to track how your ads perform on different platforms.
This is where AdRoll also has an added layer of trust.
“When someone clicks an ad on our platform, we don’t know their identity, we can’t see their browsing history, and we can only see what they’ve clicked on,” says Cottoll.
“We have no idea what their browser history is, or how they are accessing your site.
We have no way of knowing what they’re looking at.”
The Adroll team is also able to identify which ads are most popular on certain sites.
The more popular an ad is, the more revenue AdRoll gets.
The average click-rate of the ad on the page AdRoll monitors is then used to calculate the AdScore score.
“In our case, the average clicks are 50 percent of the average score of the ads on our site, and the average AdScore is 0 percent,” says AdRoll spokesperson Michael McQuaid.
That means AdRoll will get paid the same amount as an advertiser with a score of 50 percent.
It’s not the only ad-spam tracking tool that AdRoll uses.
“AdRoll is a huge player in the ad industry,” says McQuarell.
“They’ve built out the technology to allow us to track ad clicks, and it’s really valuable.
But they’re not perfect at it, and they’re certainly not perfect for every ad.
We’ve tried to keep it simple and straightforward, but we’re open to improving and adding new features.”
McQuarry is also a big believer in using social signals to drive ad clicks.
“A lot of the time, people will tell us, ‘I’ve got a friend who loves my site, but I just want to see what ads he likes.
Mcquarry says that Adroll Plus is the first ad-tracking tool that uses social signals. “
That’s a good sign, because if you can get those signals, you’re in a good place.”
Mcquarry says that Adroll Plus is the first ad-tracking tool that uses social signals.
It uses Facebook data to determine which pages a user is most likely to click on, and that can then be used to predict when the user will click on a particular ad.
“If we can make our site a little more enticing, maybe you’re more likely to get to those pages, and click on the ad,” McQuarrie says.
AdRoll’s McQuary says that in the past he would have to get creative with the ad click rates to get the most out of AdRoll, but now he can simply add a button to his ads to give the user a “good day.”
“There’s so much potential to drive engagement from your ads, but that’s only going to work if it’s something that makes people feel good about clicking on it,” Mcquarrelly explains.
“I think it’s the next step in terms of building your site that lets you make those ads more enticing.” McRae