The most effective online marketing strategies combine different tactics that work to complement each other. One of these strategies is online display advertising, which is the digital equivalent of traditional billboards – only much more effective.
Pay-Per-Click adverts are a great way to gain qualified traffic to your website or landing page with immediate effect, both nationally and locally. However, like all marketing activity campaigns should be carefully managed to avoid wasting your ad budget.
By combining the following 7 elements you can ensure your Pay-Per-Click campaign is properly optimised:
Pay Per Click (PPC) marketing is one of the most measurable forms of advertising and allows advertisers to track the activity from an ad through to conversion. It is also one of the quickest and most direct ways of driving qualified traffic to your website. However, a PPC campaign needs to be carefully thought out and managed if you are to avoid the costly mistakes of overspending or targeting the wrong audience.
Here are our 8 top tips for a successful PPC campaign
1. Set an objective
For most this will be increased sales generally, but for some the objective of a PPC campaign may be to capture data by sign up to newsletters etc., or to sell a specific product or service or to create telephone quotes. Whatever the aim, if you have a clear objective it will allow you to keep a clear focus. Continue reading
Paid Search Advertising
This Video demonstrates 5 reasons why paid search advertising can benefit your business. There are several benefits to paid search advertising which makes it a viable choice for online advertisers that want to maximise their marketing budget.
Done right, a well devised paid search advertising campaign will enable you to target potential customers who are looking specifically for your services – and can pay for itself many times over. Continue reading
Over the last few years, developments in online marketing have changed the way we work forever. From social media, blogging and tweeting through to Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and Pay Per Click (PPC) campaigns, there are literally endless inventive ways to promote your business online.
SEO and PPC are generally regarded as more substantive, ‘traditional’ approaches to driving traffic direct from search engines. Considering how often online marketers tend to bandy these terms around however, for many the benefits and drawbacks of either remain unclear. In this article we’ll try and deconstruct the myths surrounding this much-debated topic.
Pay per click (PPC) is an Internet advertising model used by search engines and websites where advertisers pay only when a consumer clicks through on their ad to visit their website. Typically a PPC ad is based on keywords designed specifically to reach a designated target market.
Done right, PPC marketing provides an instant source of targeted traffic and can boost sales in a cost-effective way, helping you to improve your Internet return on investment (ROI).