Did you know there are almost 2.3 million Google searches taking place per second? More than one billion people use Google search, and most of the search results pages, or SERPs, have Google ads on them. On most SERPs, the first three listings are paid-for ads. Businesses can purchase Google Ads as a way to get their offerings in front of people quickly. Google Ads will drive traffic to a business’s website and in turn, increase their sales and conversions. No matter what product or service you’d like to sell, launching a Google Ads Campaign Management Strategy will help your business grow. Keep reading to learn more about Google ads with our in-depth guide. Learn what Google Ads are, how they work, and how you can get started with an effective campaign today.Adwords, PPC
Every marketer is looking to improve their metrics for digital marketing campaigns. For Google AdWords especially, tracking and measuring conversions, click through rates, and costs-per-click is critical for Google Ads campaign success. Increasing your metrics is the quickest way to improve the campaign’s performance and the business’s bottom line. So, how can you get a good CTR or good click-through-rate? It depends on a range of factors.Adwords, PPC
Are you concerned there’s a glass ceiling for Google AdWords campaigns? If you think your eCommerce business ads have hit it, rest assured, you can breakthrough. When conversion rates have seemed to stall, reviewing your Google ads account is critical. For eCommerce marketing, we’ve put together a list of the most effective strategies for improving your Google shopping ads and AdWords campaigns.Adwords, PPC
After hours of planning and strategising, you’ve finally got your Google AdWords campaign up and running. It’s generating a ton of clicks. Great! But are those clicks turning into sales? Without conversion tracking, you won’t be able to see if your ads campaigns are actually working or not. Clicks are great, but not if they don’t generate sales. In fact, clicks on your ad that don’t result in sales will hurt your bottom line and waste your ad spend.Adwords, PPC
When it comes to paid search campaigns, figuring out the best keywords and making a relevant Google AdWords campaign or ad group and landing pages is vital to your marketing success. If you get the ingredients for Google AdWords right, target audience members who enter keyword-rich search queries will be triggering your ads to display.Read MoreAdwords, PPC
Google AdWords shopping campaigns make up a large portion of many eCommerce businesses PPC marketing budgets and website traffic. For many, an effective Google AdWords shopping campaign contributes to a large part of their revenue. But for a lot of digital marketing managers, the range of options, importance, and effectiveness of the different Google campaign types is enough to give anyone a case of paralysis.Read MoreAdwords, PPC
It’s quite frustrating, isn’t it? The world is at your fingertips, yet connecting with your audience is becoming increasingly difficult. Reports show that the number of internet users that will install ad blockers will increase steadily. And, that’s not all. Aware of the money influencers get paid to promote certain products or services, consumers are losing their trust in social media advertising too.PPC
Google Adwords is one of the best tools marketers have in their arsenal to promote a business and manage ads. Most of us use it every day, yet even though it’s so linked with our lives, there are still a lot of elements to be discovered about it.
We are talking here about the Adwords Quality Score, which may leave a lot of people scratching their heads. Most of us know what it means (it’s like a grade our ads receive, ) and that it can decide how our ads will perform, but do you know the full story?Read MoreAdwords, PPC
How many times have you gone to a business website and been ready to buy right then and there? Internet marketing is kind of like dating. When you meet someone for the first time, you aren’t ready to marry them yet. Consumer surveys have found that around 90% of website visitors are not prepared to buy the first time they visit a business website.Read MoreAdwords, PPC
SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and SEM (Search Engine Marketing) can sometimes be confusing terms, and it’s not uncommon for people to use them interchangeably. It’s most likely why a lot of people don’t even believe there is a difference between the two.
But that’s not the case, not by a long shot.Read MorePPC, SEO