E-Campaigning is the quickest approach to rank higher in search engine results. Whether a business, every business looks for the fastest advertising ways to generate more conversions and revenue.
Pay-per-click ads, or PPC ads for short, are a proven way to businesses to drive profitable business leads or valuable website traffic right away. In addition, PPC ads can help businesses increase their brand awareness on both a local and national level.
The top three PPC channels to date are Google AdWords (search), Bing Ads (search), and Facebook Ads (social). All three channels have their strengths and weaknesses. For example, in some verticals, we’ve seen Facebook as a less effective medium than Google and Bing PPC. In other instances, we’ve seen Bing PPC trump both Google PPC and Facebook Ads.
Ultimately, running a successful PPC campaign boils down to building the right system of keywords, ads, landing pages, and management/optimization processes that will match or beat your target cost-per-lead metrics.
As the old saying goes, “numbers don’t lie”. And basing the performance of your PPC campaigns on the amount of money it costs you to acquire a lead is the only sure-fire way to know that you’re making a positive ROI on your PPC advertising investment.
Google AdWords is the tech giant’s #1 source of revenue, and its 70%+ domination of online search demonstrates its high ROI potential for small and large businesses alike.
Driving profitable clicks to your website through AdWords is always the top objective, but there are also other valuable benefits to running an AdWords campaign:
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Like Google AdWords, Bing Ads is another PPC search channel. Although Google AdWords dominates the search market, Bing Ads still holds a 20%+ stronghold in the market. This still equates to billions of opportunities per year for businesses to drive traffic and leads to their websites.
Running a Bing Ads campaign offers the same benefits as running a Google AdWords search campaign. Once we help you nail down the “system”, you’ll have a head start on what organic keywords to target and how to optimize your landing pages for conversion.
On the flipside, Bing Ads is unique in the following ways:
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Facebook is now the world’s largest social media network, making it an excellent channel for driving brand awareness, leads, and traffic.
Under the hood, Facebook ads operate similarly to Google AdWords and Bing Ads in the sense that you can deliver advertisements to people potentially interested in your product. There is one major difference, however: Facebook Ads are considered as outbound (interruption) marketing.
This fundamental difference requires a special approach when it comes to ad strategy and execution. Pushing ads to people while they’re socializing with their friends and family requires special attention to:
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