What is DayParting?
In broadcasting, dayparting is the practice of dividing the day into several parts, during each of which a different type of radio programming or television programming apropos for that time is aired. Programs are most often geared toward a particular demographic, and what the target audience typically engages in at that time.
For example, rush hours are often particular dayparts for radio stations. Traffic reports are usually given at these times, and rarely at others. On TV, mornings are often filled with children’s programming (especially on weekends), while late-nights are attractive mostly to young adults.
How does this relate to the web?
As you may be aware, Pay-Per-Click is the most cost-effective form of advertising available at the moment. The concept is to show ads which advertise your product or service, and you only pay when someone clicks your ad which takes them to your website.
What most advertisers do is they set up a PPC campaign, and then let it run ad-infinitum, simply paying their Google invoice every month.
The savvy advertiser may notice certain trends though. What days are most purchases happening? What time of day are most conversions taking place? These are very important metrics to understand when it comes to PPC advertising.
Applying dayparting to PPC advertising is simple: If you know that your product sells best during specific hours of specific days of the week, why then would you pay for clicks 24/7?
Just turn off your campaign in off-hours, and you’ll save a bundle, which you may be able to contribute to boosting your campaign during peak-hours.
Of course you can do this manually every day, or you can focus your energy on other money making ideas and automate your DayParting.
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