How to Make Every Click Count With Effective Tracking

Joel Bondorowsky

Joel Bondorowsky

Founder PPCDesigns & SEMRush Academy Professor

Jason Barnard

Jason Barnard

Keynote Speaker & Event Host @ Pubcon, SMX, SEOCamp

"Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don't know which half."

John Wanamaker, 1838-1922

More than 50% of advertising campaigns fail due to improper or misusing sales tracking. Your marketing efforts will never reach their full potential if you’re investing in traffic without knowing how its performing. 

  • Don’t spend another cent on advertising until you’re tracking from A to Z.
  • Don’t fall into the trap of trying to figure out code yourself, there is an easier way.

Join Joel Bondorowsky (Founder of PPC Designs and PPC Academy professor at SEMRush) for a one hour long webinar where he explains the danger of not implementing effective tracking, how tracking works, and what you can do to make sure you’re not missing a thing.


Pinar (Kilic) Ünsal

Founder @ Kubix.Digital & Women.Digital Founder, ex Googler

Sam Ruchlewicz panelist at anytrack webinar

Sam Ruchlewicz

Vice President of Digital Strategy & Data Analytics at Warschawski

Laurent Malka

Founder @ AnyTrack, serial entrepreneur

Webinar timeline

  • 20 minute presentation
  • 40 minute panel discussion

Bonus & Perks

  • Google Analytics Custom Audience Template
  • Special Discount

The Presentation by Joel Bondorowsky

The Panel Discussion

Questions & Answers

  • How to track CRM conversions into Google Analytics and Google Ads?
  • Which conversion event to optimize for when you track both leads and sales?
  • What are the most common mistakes when installing Google Analytics?
  • What are the tools to use in order to streamline conversion tracking across your marketing tools?
  • Can Google Tag Manager help with conversion tracking and what are the alternatives?
  • What is the difference between Google Tag Manager and AnyTrack?

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