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A landing page or destination page is the web page at which a searcher arrives after clicking on an ad. When creating a PPC ad, the advertiser displays a URL (and specifies the exact page URL in the code) on which the searcher will land after clicking on an ad in the search engine results page (SERP). Landing pages are also known as "where the deal is closed," as it is landing page actions that determine an advertiser's conversion rate success. [1] [2] Bounce rate represents the proportion of visits that end on the landing page of the website.


  1. ^ SEMPO. SEM Glossary. <> (cited 2 August 2014).
  2. ^ American Marketing Association. Dictionary. <> (cited 2 August 2014).

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