Simply put it is a form of internet advertising where your ad is shown online; either on a search engine results page (e.g. Google, Bing) or on another website (e.g. CNN, Fox News etc.) and you only pay for that ad if someone clicks on it. Ads can be highly targeted to your audience, making them more likely to convert (e.g. contact your business, download an app or make a purchase from your site).
PPC marketing campaigns that are correctly targeted and optimized can quickly generate relevant traffic for your website.
If not correctly set up, a PPC campaign can quickly devour time and money and show little or no return for your efforts. Despite differences across PPC campaigns, they all share a common set of elements; the building blocks for success
The first step in a successful campaign is learning what keywords your target audience is using. Understanding what your ideal customer is using in their search queries is vital. Using specialized software is one of the secret weapons in any PPC expert's arsenal.
Your PPC campaign may target a particular demographic or geographic section of the population. Understanding your business objectives helps pay per click agencies select the best ad platforms and match ads with your target audience.
PPC is effectively an auction – who is prepared to pay the highest price to have their ad shown? Other Franklin 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.
Detailed knowledge of advertising platforms are essential for a Franklin PPC management company to help you target the right audience for your objectives. While planning the best approach for your campaign, a PPC firm will help you explore keyword selection, demographic and geographical targeting.
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. 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. Dedicated landing pages that are reviewed, updated and optimized are the best way to accomplish this. As a general rule, each campaign must contain its on dedicated landing page. Most homepages are not optimized for a PPC campaign.