PPC Services

In this era of digital marketing shifting tides, many firms are seeking fast and practical strategies to position brands in front of high-converting customers. Our PPC services can increase your search engine marketing visibility and generate immediate results to assist your business in increasing both conversions and income.

What is PPC?

A pay-per-click campaign is one of the most effective tactics to reach your most qualified audience. This lets you get your potential customers where they are already browsing and gives you an edge over your competition.

The pay-per-click (PPC) system is a digital marketing strategy in which advertisers are charged money when their ads are clicked. You can think of it as a way to buy visits to your website instead of trying to make them happen organically.

PPC advertising can be classified as one of the most common forms of online advertising. A search engine’s sponsored links include ads placed in response to a query related to a company’s offerings. Advertisers can bid on placement in response to a search engine’s sponsored links.

The search engine requires you to pay a small fee each time a visitor clicks an ad that results in a visit to a website. A well-run PPC campaign yields a nominal fee since the visit is worth more than the fee. When you pay $2 for a click that leads to a $200 sale, you are very likely to profit greatly.

Creating a successful PPC campaign requires a lot of research and selecting the right keywords to create well-organized strategies and Ad Groups to create conversion-optimized PPC landing pages.

The PPC model rewards advertisers who build relevant, intelligently targeted campaigns. It is more profitable for your company if your ads and landing pages are helpful and satisfying to users, which results in lower click charges. The first step to using PPC services is understanding how it works.

Our Paid Search Service

With our paid search solution, we ensure that your business is discovered and used by precisely the people you are trying to reach. Our model ensures that paid advertising will only be seen by potential customers who click on the ad, thereby decreasing acquisition costs.

Google PPC

There are numerous pay-per-click advertising systems on the market, but Google Ads is the largest by far. Google Ads allows businesses to create advertisements on Google’s search engine and other Google properties.

Google Ads is based on a pay-per-click model where users bid on keywords and pay for each click. Search results are populated with ads by Google from its pool of ads advertisers after the user has carried out their search. A company’s “win” (success ad campaign) depends on several factors, including the quality and relevance of its keywords and advertising campaigns.

To determine if an advertisement makes it to the top, two key factors are multiplied – CPC Bid (the maximum amount the advertiser is willing to spend per click) and Quality Score (a score that includes your click-through rate, relevance & quality of landing page). By using this system, winning advertisers can reach out to potential customers at an affordable price. In essence, it’s a bidding war.

PPC marketing with Google Ads is especially beneficial because, as the most popular search engine, Google receives a lot of traffic and thus delivers the most impressions and clicks to your ads.

The frequency of appearance for PPC ads is determined by the keywords and match types chosen. While many factors influence the success of your PPC advertising campaign, you can achieve a lot by concentrating on.

Keyword Research
Ad Management
Bing & Yahoo

PPC Keyword Research​

Researching keywords for PPC advertisements can take time, but it’s essential. PPC campaigns revolve around keywords, and the most successful Google Ads advertisers are constantly expanding and refining their keyword lists.

When you only conduct keyword research once while creating your first campaign, you’ll probably miss out on hundreds of thousands of low-cost, highly relevant & valuable keywords that could help drive traffic to your site.

PPC Campaign Management​

Your new campaigns will need to be monitored regularly once you’ve created them to ensure they remain effective. Regular account activity is an excellent predictor of account success. Tracking the performance of your account will help you optimize your campaigns.

PPC on Bing & Yahoo​

Our PPC services include the management of Bing and Yahoo. Our unique advantage lies in the fact that we are trained and equipped to deliver results across all platforms and combine various approaches and platforms to create a successful campaign. These services can help bring additional customers to your business.

Some firms consider Google to be the only viable search engine. They, however, are missing out on an opportunity to reach more clients in less time by collaborating with other key competitors as well.

Google dominates the search traffic, but diversifying the approach is always more effective and by using Bing & Yahoo PPC services, you are reaching more buyers, prospects & users. But it doesn’t imply there aren’t many potential customers in other popular search engines like Yahoo or Bing.

A number of your competitors may be overlooking the same opportunity as well. A platform like this allows your business to take advantage of something they are not doing, reach out to prospects they are not reaching out to & may do so at a lower cost than other platforms.

We are a PPC company with firsthand experience managing and optimizing Bing and Yahoo campaigns. To collaborate successfully, you need a team that understands the differences between these platforms and Google.

Furthermore, it is imperative to ensure that your efforts are appropriately distributed and that you coordinate an overall, integrated campaign strategy rather than multiple strands. By integrating Yahoo and Bing PPC services into your comprehensive digital marketing plan, you’ll be able to improve the overall bottom line outcomes.

PPC Campaigns

Advertisers create an ad by bidding upon a specific term to trigger it. Besides the bid price, the advertising platform also evaluates ad quality and ad extensions to determine which ad is the best fit for the top position. Thus, as a PPC campaign cannot be launched in a single step, it must be tracked and measured.

A campaign’s success ID is assessed by examining different metrics such as impressions, clicks, & conversions, as well as the performance of your ads across different devices and locations. 

A key aspect of successful digital advertising is to understand how to build a PPC campaign, and listed below are some of the most common types of PPC ads.

Responsive Search
Responsive Display
Ad Remarketing

How Responsive Search Ads Work

A responsive search ad is a new form of advertising that allows marketers to create many different descriptions and headlines for their ads. The Google ad type allows people to create up to 15 titles and four descriptions at once.

Google uses AI (artificial intelligence) to show different combinations of titles and descriptions based on the preferences of each user to improve the flexibility and effectiveness of search ads.

PPC ads are a smart way to improve your Google search results. The search engine tests different headlines and descriptions to determine the most effective ones. A user sees an ad copy called “RSAs,” which comprises several copy elements selected by the advertiser.

A frequent complaint from Google Ad customers is that the majority of the advertising is static. Even if your Ad wasn’t as successful as you hoped, you couldn’t change it once it went live. However, responsive search advertising permits you to list 14 titles and 15 descriptions on a single Ad.

Many Google ad users had a problem with how many of the ads in their platform didn’t move at all. Even if your ad wasn’t as effective as you wanted, you couldn’t change it after it went live even if you thought it was not good.

There are 32,760 variations of an ad that Google will display for responsive search ads by alternating between four titles and 15 descriptions. In time, the search engine will learn which titles and descriptions work best and will use those more frequently when promoting your business through your ad.

How Responsive Display Ads Work

Responsive Display Ads (RDAs) are advertisements that change or adjust their size to fit more Ad units and screens. This way, ads set up can show up small on one Ad unit but big on another. This is possible because of ad technology. For example, advertisers need to put in their assets when they make an ad for the network with the Google Display Network. This would include a title, a description and an image.

By analyzing this data, Google uses this information to change the size of the ads, so they fit in almost any ad space across their network on both mobile phones and computers. To make their ads visible, publishers and advertisers must make sure they are suited to different types of screens. Otherwise, both could lose money.

The benefit of responsive ads is that they increase the chances of an advertisement being seen. They allow the ads to show up in a wide range of advertisement sizes. A machine learning algorithm is commonly used to determine which ad size is best for each ad unit’s publisher and advertiser.

How Retargeting Ads Work

The retargeting process is a method of advertising to people who have already used an app but haven’t used it for a long time. It is also referred to as remarketing because people who have already purchased are more likely to buy again than people who have never purchased anything before.

Take the example of a user who showed interest in a product and still has your e-commerce app on their phone but hasn’t bought anything for more than a month based on mobile analytics. With a special offer or promotion, you can try luring the person back to your app to make another purchase.

In the online world, retargeting lets you make more money by keeping your brand in front of “window shoppers” and getting them back to your site when they are ready to buy. Every time your customers see your retargeting ads, more people learn about your brand.

With retargeting campaigns, high click-through rates and conversions indicate the importance of having a good brand and keeping people exposed to your ads for as long as possible.

Retargeting is accomplished by using “cookies,” which are little pieces of data kept by the Web browser that assist you in remembering who viewed your advertisement or visited your site. Marketing teams can then use this cookie data to display ads to the same people repeatedly, over and over again.

With relevant, targeted ads, you can help make your brand more visible and generate more revenue. Showing ads to people interested in your brand will raise brand awareness.

Retargeting lets you show your products and services again to visitors who leave your site without purchasing anything. The tool lets you show your visitors relevant advertisements even when they visit other websites.

Retargeting allows individuals to see advertisements on apps, search engines & websites. This is an effective way for some marketers to expand their customer base and make more money.

How Google Remarketing Works

Remarketing technology by Google allows your Google ads to follow people as they navigate the internet. When visitors visit your site, a piece of code (remarketing code) is placed on your site to add them to the list of people you want to show them more.

Retargeting Google ads are shown to visitors while browsing other parts of the web. The more visibility you gain for your brand, the more recognizable you become to your target audience which will make them more inclined to trust you & buy from you.

Google allows you to control who sees your remarketed ads when someone visits another website that uses Google Ads. You can, for instance, give a special deal to customers who return.

There are more than 2 million websites in the Google Display Network, which is spread all over the globe and reaches 90% of internet users. In comparison, Facebook is used by 67% of Internet users.

Google remarketing works by adding a piece of code or pixel to your website. By adding this code to your site, you are allowing visitors to your site to become members of your remarketing audience so that they can see your ads again. Different pages can be coded differently to fit into more specific groups.

You can also create different Google remarketing lists for very specific remarketing campaigns. For example, you can show different ads to users who have already bought from your site versus those who have not (for example, a discount offer for your second purchase).