What’s the difference between a form and a pop-up form?


  • Experience — forms are inbound. Pop-up forms are outbound.
  • Location — forms only exist on landing pages. Pop-up forms only exist on pillar pages.
  • Forms can be used in the awareness, consideration, and decision stages of the buyer’s journey. Pop-up forms are only used in the decision stage of the buyer’s journey.
  • Experience — pop-up forms are a CTA, landing page, and thank you page all in one. Forms are part of a larger conversion path.

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What can the Performance Planner recommend?

Campaign-level Target CPA (cost-per-acquisition) Applying bid adjustments to specific locations Including or excluding “Google search partners” Using “Target impression share” as an automated bid strategy

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