Pay Per Click Management
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Search Engine Marketing (Pay Per Click)

We bring the customers to you. You answer the phone.

Get in front of customers as they are searching for you, in the moment.

Online advertising has become more important than ever for any business looking to establish itself in the online marketplace or to increase its digital presence. The world of digital advertising is constantly evolving and can be difficult to navigate.

Customers are bombarded with information, and their attention must be captured quickly and effectively in order to engage them. We provide tailor made strategies to cut through the noise of the online marketplace.

Through keyword optimization, competitor analysis, strategic creative, and adherence to AdWords best practices, we identify the unique strategy that will work best to achieve the advertising goals of your business.

What We Do For PPC Management

  • Defining Campaign Goals
  • Landing Page design
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Daily Bid Management
  • Campaign Keyword Analysis and Optimization
  • Generate List of Keywords Related to Client/Competitors
  • Compile Monthly Campaign Reports with metrics for, Clicks, Impressions, and CTR

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By Brad Poirier 22 Nov, 2016
Did you know that only 1% of internet searchers actually click on the Ads that appear in a Google search result? So why bother with a pay-per-click advertising campaign ? Because 1% of 64,000 searches PER second is a BIG number. (640 clicks per second) Over $52 BILLION of Google's $75 Billion in revenue came from AdWords in 2015. It's safe to say, people CLICK on the ads, whether or not you yourself are an ad clicker.

Google AdWords continue to be a cost-effective way to reach your customers when they are in-the-moment searching for your type of business. You still should be maintaining your website's SEO or search engine optimization , but nothing beats getting a competitive edge by advertising direct to the consumer. With Google Ads, you place a bid amount on the keywords you want to target with a daily budget of what you are willing to pay for those keywords. You only pay when your ad is clicked. If it doesn't get clicked, you don't pay. Placing an expensive ad with something like the yellow pages, you pay even if no one ever responds, and that might be likely, considering: How many people use a phonebook these days?
By Brad Poirier 09 Nov, 2016
Google recently made a slight and almost unnoticed change to it's AdWords platform. They now allow for an extra line of text on mobile ads and they now also have by-device bidding for ads. (See video below) You can take the same ad and set a different bid for desktop verses mobile. Wether you are managing your own AdWord campaign or you are paying another agency to do so, you'll want to listen in on why an adaptive website design helps you take full advantage of this new update. Adaptive Website Design lets's you customize your website by device, so you can design an experience that is tailored for mobile, not just optimized for.

Note: We build our websites in a Responsive Website Design framework, however we use an enhanced version called Responsive Plus Server Side Support, also called RESS. RESS & Adaptive Website Design are the same thing, just called differently depending on which designer you are speaking to.
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