Want To Grow Your Business With Google Ads Adwords Ppc Campaign?
Are You Looking For A Google PPC Ads Adwords Expert?
It’s my pleasure to introduce myself as a Certified Google PPC Ads Expert and a full-time Digital Marketer with over 3 years of experience in Google Ads Adwords PPC.
I will Provide, and Best Optimize your Google ads PPC Campaign. Your actions are my first prerogative. I have run many google ads which have become successful.
Let me share some ways I can help your business grow faster with your Google Adword PPC campaign.
what I do:
- Deeply Keyword research
- Google search ads Campaign setup
- Location targeting
- Bid strategy
- All Extensions setup
- PPC campaign setup and manage
- Ad Group/ Ad Copy setup
- Responsive ads setup
- Conversion tracking
- Monthly management & optimization
How these Services can help you:
- Low Cost per click (CPC)
- High Return on Investment (ROI)
- High Conversion Rate
Why Hire Me?
- Certified Google ads Specialist
- High-level Marketing in your business
- Trusted Seller – Satisfaction Guaranteed
- 24/7 Hours active
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Why You Should Use Google AdWords for Your PPC Ads Campaign?
I’ve been managing Google AdWords accounts since the program was first released in 2000. It’s the best-kept secret in online marketing and can work wonders if you know how to set it up properly. Here’s how I optimize an effective AdWords PPC ads campaign that delivers results for my clients every time.
What is Google AdWords?
Most small business owners don’t take advantage of Google’s AdWords platform. Even if you don’t have a huge budget, it is still a great tool to use. It provides small businesses with a wide array of targeting options that you simply won’t find elsewhere. It is free to sign up, and you can quickly set up an ad campaign that matches your financial situation and your business goals. Don’t get left behind! If you haven’t used it before, try it out! To start off, we recommend reading Google’s guide on how to set up and optimize effective google ads (Google PPC) campaign. Then move on to some more in-depth tips like The Noob Guide to SEM by Digital Book World
When should you use it?
Google search ads—also known as Google AdWords or pay-per-click (PPC) advertising—are by far one of the most popular forms of Internet marketing. In fact, Google’s success has been built on paid clicks. With every search, they earn money based on how relevant their ads are to what you’re searching for. The best part is that you don’t need to be a tech guru to use it and anyone can do it (so long as you have a budget). Start small with your first ad campaign, but make sure that your budget is at least $100–$200 per day and your maximum CPC is under $2. At these levels, you should be able to track conversions via web analytics and start seeing ROI within 2–3 months.
What are keywords?
Keywords are single words or short phrases that can be used to search for information on Google. By targeting specific keywords, you’re using Google to find visitors who’ve indicated an interest in what you have to offer. Think of them as a way to speak directly to your customers, rather than hoping they stumble across your website by chance and get interested. This is why it’s called pay-per-click marketing: each time someone clicks on one of your ads, you pay a small amount of money (or bid) each time your ad appears alongside their search results. The more people click on your ad, the higher its ranking becomes and so more people see it – meaning more clicks…and so on!
What are ad groups?
The basic building block of a campaign is an ad group. An ad group is a collection of keywords and ads that you’ll use to determine your ad’s bids and budgets, what you’ll pay when someone clicks on your ad, and which landing page will show in response to specific search queries. Each time you add new keywords or edit existing ones in your account, Google automatically creates an ad group for those additions. You can also create additional groups by hand. In fact, it’s recommended that you do so — especially if one of your original ad groups becomes too large to manage effectively. Either way, each group can include up to five ads at any given time. Title: Google AdWords – Create Winning Ads That Convert! By Richard Taylor How many bids should I make?
How many ads should you create?
Remember, you’re not competing with just other businesses. While that’s important to consider, you also have to think about your own goals and resources—and how much time you want to commit to managing an effective PPC campaign. Depending on your goals, budget, and time constraints, there are different strategies for setting up a successful Adwords PPC campaign. If you have a limited budget and no staff available, then using Google’s automated services may be all you need. If, however, you have more money or people at your disposal then hiring someone like me can help ensure that your ads will keep running when needed in order to meet those goals.
Where should you put your ads?
Many companies start with search engine marketing (SEM) when they are first starting out because it’s quick and cheap. You can set up Google ads (called Google Adwords) in about an hour and get real-time results of how your ads are performing. This is great for small businesses that don’t have a lot of capital or employees to help manage advertising campaigns. If you can get some quick wins, it could be just what you need to gain some momentum early on. However, SEM is not a long-term strategy that will scale as your business grows. As soon as your brand starts getting popular with customers, you will start to see a lot more competition in search engines like Google and Bing.
What does a good landing page look like?
A good landing page has a clear call to action and offers a free service. The language used is direct and focuses on benefits rather than features. The information is concise but well presented. Good examples of landing pages include Uber, Dropbox, and Facebook. By thinking about how you want visitors to feel on your landing page, you can better communicate with them effectively to achieve your desired result. Get in touch with us today! With over 20 years of experience in helping companies bring their marketing strategies from conception to completion, we at Page Zero Marketing are qualified to help you create an effective Google ads campaign that will capture new leads and customers.
How do you track conversions from your ads?
An important consideration when setting up a Google Adwords campaign is to track your conversion data so you can increase ROI by decreasing your costs per click and improving your quality score. For example, if you sell clothing through your e-commerce website, a good place to start would be by tracking each conversion as someone adds something to their shopping cart. Once you have that in place, keep track of what keywords are driving those conversions; then try using those same keywords in additional ad groups and ads. In some cases, you may find that only a handful of terms produce high volumes of traffic and/or conversions; don’t waste time on other phrases that just aren’t converting.
What are negative keywords?
A negative keyword allows you to prevent your ad from showing up with searches that include a specific word or phrase. For example, if you sell bikes and don’t want your ads to show up when someone is searching for bicycle saddles, add saddles as a negative keyword.
Setting up goals correctly:
To get started with Google Adwords, you’ll need to set up goals correctly and monitor your account carefully. When you manage your Google Adwords ads campaign, you will make sure that you are targeting only those individuals who are ready to buy. With accurate goal tracking, you can make sure that your advertisements are relevant and only displayed when someone is actually interested in making a purchase or exploring more about what it is that you offer.
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