You will have a dedicated account manager who will personally look after you month after month; who you can catch up with face to face & over the phone to get the best results because we care.
You receive monthly reports which shows you what is happening, how much you’re spending & what we can do better.
Pull the plug anytime, if you’re not satisfied. But we do ask you to give us 60 days to prove to you that we’re serious about it!
Google’s own advertising service which allows you to place search results for your website on a search engine results page (SERP) by paying for them.
There’s no need to wait for your new site to work its way organically up the rankings. By using Paid Search you can see immediate results and it’s not nearly as difficult to use or expensive as you may think.
The key to how Google AdWords works is the Quality Score. Quality Score is generally how well an ad group, keywords, ad, and landing page relate to what a person is searching for, and how likely someone is to click on the ad.
Pay Per Click (PPC) refers to a type of advertising in which the advertiser pays for each click on one of their ads. This can sometimes be a fixed amount of money per click, but more often it takes the form of a fixed daily budget, with the value of each click fluctuating based on factors like competition and search volume.
Cost Per Click (CPC), otherwise known as describes a data point when measuring the success of online ads. Every time an ad is clicked, it costs a certain amount of money. The goal is to have the most efficient (and cheapest) CPC, which comes with knowledge and optimization. CPC can fluctuate depending on the market and industry.