Pay Per Click is a model of only paying for clicks that generate traffic to your website. The paid ads can appear on internet search result pages such as Bing and Google, and also appear on websites that sell ad space such as news websites, blogs, information sites and more. To give your ad the best chance for success in converting a lead or sale, we make sure they are only shown to a highly targeted audience.
PPC marketing campaigns that are correctly targeted and optimized can quickly generate relevant traffic for your website.
PPC campaigns can cost a lot of time and money. If not setup correctly you can end up with zero results and no budget left for ads. Each PPC campaign is different, but the elements required for success are common to all.
Understanding the keywords that your target audience is using when they search is the first step in any successful campaign. Matching the intent of the searcher with the most common keywords being used is crucial for a campaign to work. A PPC agency will have access to specialized research tools to help select the best keywords from the start.
Demographic or geographic targeting is often part of successful PPC campaigns. In order to match ads with the correct audience, your pay per click agency should meet with you and take the time to learn about your business, offerings and goals.
You are bidding against your competition in Tuscaloosa for ad space. PPC is a real time auction. Whoever is paying the highest price will have their ad shown. A key service provided by PPC management companies is helping you understand what your competition is doing and how to position yourself against them.
Knowing the ins-and-outs of each ad platform is one of the benefits you receive by partnering with a Tuscaloosa PPC agency. Whether it is keyword selection or demographic and geographical targeting the PPC firm will be able to advise you on the best approach for your campaign.
In order to convert visitors into leads and customers, they will help develop effective landing pages and compelling ads.
Optimized landing pages are another vital part of the strategy. Once you have a click you must direct that visitor to a landing page that is designed to convert that lead into a customer or client. The page must clearly contain the information, product or service that the searcher was looking for when they clicked on the ad together with a call to action to convert them. Stand alone landing pages must be constantly updated, optimized and reviewed. Paid search leads need to be directed to a dedicated landing page. Home pages are not optimized to effectively convert PPC traffic because the generally do not contain the elements required for lead conversion.