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Converted clicks or clicks, doesn't mean conversion?
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Back me up on this fellas.

I am having a debate with my friend. Converted clicks or clicks means leads right? They doesn't mean conversions. My friend disagrees.
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The thing is you are not wrong. Yes they are leads.

But your friend is also not wrong. Now-a-days only sales or something such sort isn't only considered as conversions. Any thing that fulfills the marketers goal can be conversions. Many companies just gather data and insights. So, you filling an half form or giving incomplete profile page info is also something.
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The goal that one marketer wants to meet is considered as conversion not getting sales.
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Well so it depends on the type of the site.!!
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You can read blogs like conversionxl to have a better understanding.
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(09-26-2019, 05:05 AM)bsteve Wrote: You can read blogs like conversionxl to have a better understanding.

I followed its articles. Although they are very advanced and complex too. But I am getting picture of it. Thanks.
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