Building a business is hard work
…and getting your products and services in front of the right eyeballs takes even more managed effort. If you’re unsure of how to get the best ROI for your marketing efforts, let us help. We know the best way to get your products and services in front of qualified leads with a progressive Google AdWords campaign.Adwords
Google owns over 70% of market share,
…eating the Yahoo and Bing search engines for lunch. While crafting and launching an SEO strategy for your digital marketing efforts is always a good idea and should be a staple in your marketing arsenal, it takes time. Most businesses do not see first-page ranking results with SEO for at least a year after starting.Adwords
Do you want to grow your brand awareness, increase traffic to your website, and sell more products? What if we told you there was a way to do this without breaking the bank?
Here at Australian Internet Advertising, we help ambitious online business owners like you craft, launch, and run successful Google AdWords shopping campaigns every day. If you’re like most entrepreneurs, you want to reach more customers in an efficient, and cost-effective manner. In the digital age, you’re thankfully not relegated to the analogue advertising platforms of yesteryear. Businesses now are unconfined by newspapers, mailers, billboards, radio and TV ads. While these advertising forms can still work, they can’t scale like an online advertising campaign.Adwords
Across industries, the average ROI for a Google AdWords Shopping campaign is a whopping 200%. For every dollar spent on a shopping campaign, your business would see two dollars in increased revenue. No other PPC advertising network can boast those numbers, and it’s no wonder. There are over 3.5 billion that take place on Google every day. If you want to get your products in front of as many leads as possible, Google is where you want to place ads for your business.Adwords
Do you want bigger and better exposure for your business?
And an affordable way to find qualified leads and increase your conversions?
How about an online advertising campaign strategy that will net you a 200% ROI?
If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to those questions, you need to learn about the Google Display Network (GDN) and how to utilize it for your business. With a thorough and relevant pay-per-click advertising campaign on the GDN, you’ll exponentially grow your business exposure, both in the online and offline world.
Google AdWords houses the most significant market share of PPC campaigns, raking in over 40% of global revenue. Businesses big and small, exclusively online or offline can all benefit from a professional Google Adwords campaign.
Across industries, the return on investment for AdWords campaigns is nearly 200%. But PPC campaigns require a lot of monitoring and repositioning to get maximum results. With a Google AdWords campaign, you’ll see explosive traffic for your online and offline store or business if you optimise it correctly.
Do you want higher website and in-store traffic, but don’t want to spend a fortune to increase your brand awareness? Consider giving Google AdWords a try. Google has the highest market share of the pay-per-click networks, encompassing over 2 million individual websites and counting. Also, over 90% of global internet users are on the Google Display Network.
The average cost-per-click for ads in AdWords is 1 dollar. But, the average ROI for businesses of all sizes and across industries is 2 dollars. That’s a staggering 200% return.
Remarketing, or retargeting, is the act of showing online advertisements to targeted leads who’ve already visited your site. The Google Display Network (GDN) has some of the broadest reach of the PPC advertising networks, showing targeted ads over 30 billion times per day. With an integrated remarketing strategy, your business can potentially get in front of millions of customers quickly, and furthermore, you can keep showing the same ad to your potential customers. This will build your brand’s awareness and invite familiarity with your brand, product, or service to the customer.