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Explore Silicon Valley and you’ll see the bubble-topped Waymo minivans essentially “self-teaching” how to drive without a human in charge. In air transportation, the largest and most modern jets are becoming almost foolproof, with the pilots in command for less and less of any given flight.
Automation is great… when applied as one part of a more strategic approach to solving needs in our society. But automation isn’t foolproof. It’s not perfect. And it doesn’t fully take into account all variables, particularly intangibles.
The machines are getting smarter — if not brilliant — but machine learning and artificial intelligence are not any of the following:
Humans possess those essential traits of intuition, intellect, improvisational flair, and insight. The human still plays the pivotal role in paid search. Sure, it’s possible to create functional, competent PPC by putting things essentially on autopilot. But who wants to just be functional?
Great PPC is there for the taking, but it requires PPC pros who want to use autopilot for what it’s good for, allowing THEM to remain captain of the PPC airliner.
As the pilot in command, the PPC pro needs to monitor all systems — exploring nuances and every crevice of their programs. They need to look beneath the surface information, because the myriad automations built by the ad engines can only take them so far toward their true goals.
Being in command of paid search programs requires agility. Agility requires seeing subtle changes and nuances in an instant. This is where great PPC pros, armed with powerful PPC management tools, can thrive.
When set up properly, alerts point us in the right direction to dig deeper into anomalies and subtle changes that can hamper campaign success or open doors to much more effective programs. For example, tools in the Optmyzr PPC Management suite like PPC Investigator make it easy to identify and act on opportunities, such as tweaking settings, adding negative keywords, changing tCPA or tROAS, updating ads, and myriad others.
Custom alerts have expanded greatly, particularly over the last year or so. They generally can be categorized into five levels:
Alerts sound great. BUT…
Creating alerts is actually quite easy in Optmyzr. The problem can be figuring out the thresholds that lead to useful alerts. It’s common for even the most seasoned PPC pro to struggle to pick a target for all the metrics when their primary focus is usually on just one or two key metrics.
Here’s the good news: Optmyzr has used insights from the millions of campaigns our suite has helped manage and used our own algorithms to simplify this process. Our PPC Management Suite has an option to select a specific target automatically, based on recent performance. This setting allows you to get notified if performance slips overall, even if you didn’t have a specific goal in mind, such as a specific target CPA.
Automated alert setup also helps PPC pros quickly identify negative trends, BEFORE the trend actually leads to missed targets. The alerts could surface accounts that are meeting the ROAS target today but have steadily been declining in performance, making a missed ROAS likely within the coming weeks. This helps search marketers make informed, human decisions to fix issues before a client becomes unhappy. Remember what we’ve been saying for a couple of years now: Machines + Humans = Better PPC!
Much like a pilot of an aircraft, identifying the underlying issue quickly before it becomes a true problem facilitates smart course corrections and adjustments to help achieve or beat the objective.
Beyond alerts: Smart planning drives success
While we wanted to focus primarily on alerts for this article, it’s important to remember that any facet of the tools you use must work seamlessly with the bigger picture. Optmyzr offers a variety of ways to keep accounts in great shape while still finding out about problems when they do arise.
Too many PPC pros miss the opportunity to maximize the highly automated PPC world. Can a PPC pro succeed by running competent, “hands-free” PPC? Of course. Many do. Those who want to stand out, though, know that great opportunity is hidden in the nuanced ways we monitor and manipulate automations.
PPC is a game where fractions of a percentage point can be the difference between winning and losing. Subtle changes in performance, new dynamics in the market, missed creative opportunities and so many factors can come into play. Tools that constantly monitor for those subtleties, such as those found in Optmyzr, make the PPC rockstar stand out from the rest.