Digital marketing has evolved considerably and while there are several tactics at our disposal, few are as powerful as PPC. Regardless of the type of business or the industry you’re in, it’s always worth the effort to find new ways to market your brand. It may seem obvious but the primary goal for brands is making it easy for customers to find them. While SEO, keywords and organic traffic are great contributors, Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising plays a major role.
The primary goal for businesses is to make it easy for their customers to find them. While SEO, keywords and organic traffic contribute greatly, Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising is an incredibly valuable tactic. It’s a model of internet marketing involving bidding on keywords where advertisers pay a small fee every time one of their ads is clicked.
Where organic search is all about “earning” visits, paid search is a way to essentially buy visits to your website. Pay-per-click advertising involves bidding against other companies or sites for relevant keywords and keyword phrases. If your bid for a relevant search term is higher than a competitor’s, your page will appear above theirs in the sponsored links at the top of the search results page. An added benefit is Continue reading
Search engine marketing attempts to increase visibility and relevant traffic to a brand’s website primarily through paid advertising (PPC). It goes hand-in-hand with organic SEO and can be extremely effective for increasing website traffic. With more consumers researching and shopping for products online, search engine marketing has become even more crucial.
You may recall that we looked at SEO in Part 1 and Part 2 of the blog series. Today, we hope to shed some light on search engine marketing and how to best implement these strategies. Continue reading
If you really think about it, the term digital marketing may seem misleading. For those who don’t know, digital marketing is not just about the internet, SEO or social media. Fact is, there are essentially two types of digital marketing; online and offline marketing. And within each of those, there are even more elements and categories to consider.
Among others, digital marketing include websites, search engine optimisation (SEO), search engine marketing (SEM), paid advertising (PPC) and social media. While it certainly is about promoting products or services through digital technologies, it also involves display advertising and other forms of media, online or offline.
Bear with us as we explain what you need to know about digital marketing. It’s such an interesting topic that we decided to do a blog series looking at the pillars of digital marketing. Continue reading