PPC is paid advertising on the internet. Your ad is show on websites (e.g. CNN, Fox News etc.) and also appears on search engine results pages such as Google and Bing. You are only charged if someone clicks on your ad. Your ads don't show to everyone. They only display for a highly targeted audience giving you the best chance of a lead or sale.
The quickest way to generate relevant traffic to your website is through a optimized and targeted PPC marketing campaign.
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.
Keyword planning is an essential first step to building a winning campaign. Selecting the most common keywords and matching the intent of the searcher with the objective of the campaign is crucial. A PPC agency will have access to specialized research tools to help select the best keywords from the start.
It is generally best to target a specific geographical location or particular demographic with your PPC campaign. Exploring targeting options within each ad platform is discussed as a pay-per-click agency takes time to understand your business objectives.
PPC is effectively an auction – who is prepared to pay the highest price to have their ad shown? Other Berkeley companies are competing against you for that valuable ad space. Competitor research is an important part of what a PPC agency does. This allows you to adjustments in your strategy and deploy efficient campaigns.
A Berkeley PPC management company with deep knowledge of the advertising platform is perfectly positioned to review your objectives and help you target the right audience from day one of your PPC campaign. 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.
Your page must be optimized for conversion once your ad has been clicked. It is vitally important that the searcher land on a page that has clear and compelling information about the product or services in the ad, with a distinct call to action. Stand alone landing pages must be constantly updated, optimized and reviewed. Dedicated landing pages are a key part of the conversion rate optimization process. Home pages generally do not contain the elements needed to effectively convert PPC traffic brought in by leads generated from paid search.