Increased Chatsworth House Non-Brand Traffic By 95%

Chatsworth House is a spectacular stately home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. Chatsworth estate offers 35,000 acres of beautiful land and a wide range of events within the house and gardens throughout the year.

Chatsworth began working with Digital Clarity from summer 2013 to promote exciting events and has developed into creating a new strategy to engage visitors to explore the English heritage of Chatsworth House.

Objectives

The most immediate goal was to move focus from PPC brand spend, to non brand terms with a view to engaging new visitors.

  • Increase non brand relevant traffic
  • Increase ticket sales online
  • Increase awareness of Chatsworth House, gardens and events to families looking for days out

Strategy

Optimising a not for profit account within Google Grant limitation was a challenge. In order to shift the focus to non brand searches we first had to increase CTR’s and quality scores from landing pages in order to allow for lower CPC’s.

PPC Training 

  • To train the team at Chatsworth House to have a deeper understanding of Google Ads and PPC

PPC

  • Reduce brand keywords and focus on specific match types of “family days out” & “days out with the kids” related terms
  • Promote specific seasonal events and exhibitions
  • Localised targeting and bid strategies to optimise within the $2 max bid limit

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Analytics

  • Troubleshooting and supporting the upgrade to Google Universal Analytics
  • Implement enhanced e-commerce tracking to report on ticket sales
  • Implementation of Google Tag Manager to allow Digital Clarity to make code changes hence saving 3rd party costs

Results

Within the last year Digital Clarity have created a strategy to transform Chatsworth’s traffic to their site:

  • 95% of paid traffic comes from non brand
  • Overall traffic increase of 20%
  • CTR increase of 2.55%
  • Conversion increase of 245%
  • Revenue increase of 236%

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