In this article, you will learn how to create ad groups in Workiz.

In order to remain competitive in the current market, service businesses have to invest lots of money on advertising. But it doesn’t just end there — successful businesses must also evaluate where their money's going the furthest. Workiz makes that easy for you with ad groups.

Ad groups allow you to specify where certain revenue is coming from, and ultimately give you a clear picture of which ad groups are generating the most revenue for your business.

Your Workiz account will include four ad groups by default:

  • Google

  • Yelp

  • Facebook

  • Home Advisor

You may or may not be using all of these ad groups. You may also have other ad groups that aren't on this list. Fortunately, updating your list of ad groups is simple.

Updating your ad groups

  1. From the navigation bar, select Settings > Settings

  2. Under Job Settings, select Ad Groups

  3. Review the list of ad groups listed under Group Name

Removing ad groups

  1. Remove any ad groups you are not using by turning the toggle switch OFF

Adding new ad groups

  1. If you are using any ad sources that are not listed on this page, select Add New to create a new ad group

  2. Complete the New Ad Group fields:

    1. Ad group name: Enter a name for this ad group (e.g., newspaper, yellow pages, etc.)

    2. Display Order: Enter the specific order in which you want this group to be displayed (i.e., if you want this ad group to be displayed first on the list, enter 1)

    3. Description: Enter a brief description to help identify this ad group

    4. Select Save

Tracking ad group revenue

Once you’ve created all your ad groups, you can begin tracking which ad groups are generating the most revenue for your business.

To see this information, open the Reports page and select any one of the following reports:

  • Jobs

  • Commissions

  • Sales

  • Job Statistics

  • Leads

  • Call Tracking

All of these reports will provide you with the ability to filter based on a specific ad group.

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