When you’re looking at paid advertising options, a smart PPC campaign can be one of the most cost effective methods of advertising your business can employ. Offering prime placement on both search engines and websites, you’ll only ever have to pay out when a user clicks on your ad and heads over to your page.
Even better ,you have full control over how much you’re willing to pay for each click, as well as the total budget allocated for each day, week or month. The cost-per-click is determined by the keyword terms you choose, which we can help you with.
Our paid advertising is not as traditional as some agencies, many still rely heavily on Google Adwords. Whilst this is a key channel our approach is much wider and generally the larger budgets we work with we find suggesting Social advertising, Display advertising, Content advertising, TV and even programmatic advertising. We are big believers in testing channels to find the best cost per acquisition and customers. Read this section to understand more about all the potential paid advertising channels open to you.
You’re no doubt familiar with the fact that Google has basically become the accepted term for what it means to search for something on the internet. with around 1.2 billion regular users making over 3.5 billion searches a day, equal to over 40,000 per second. In the UK, over 90% of all online search queries are made through Google.
There are many PPC platforms available, but the most popular is Google AdWords. Adwords contains: Search, Display, Remarketing, Shopping & YouTube.
You can also consider utilising a similar cost-per-click advertising model with Bing search terms. Bing searches are currently much smaller than Google’s volume, but it is enjoying around a 25% year-on-year increase, so there are still other options out there, with Bing a potentially undervalued platform for generating quality leads with less competition and cheaper rates.
Paying for placement in the hope of increasing traffic and leads is a big step to consider for many, but one big advantage of Google and Bing is that you can research and plan your exact campaign and budget to be the most effective for you. We’ll use various tools to help you consider the following key questions:
The current cost-per-click to bring traffic to their website is £3 per click. So for £1,000 spend, they can bring 333 people to their website, hopefully all of them with an interest in buying a luxury coats. Company X’s coats sell at £300, with their profit margin at 40% so £120 profit on each sale. So, if 333 people visited the website through Google or Bing Ads and 20 converted, even after the advertising spend, they’d have £1,400 profit! So for Company X, Google or Bing Ads can be profitable.
The honest answer to this is to ask us to research your specific market so that we can offer some projections into whether Google and Bing Ads could be profitable.
PPC can generally be used for the short-term or long-term, depending on your budget and business needs. Ultimately, using SEO to generate organic traffic is cheaper in the long-term, but with the current reach of Google and Bing, they offer a great chance to grow your business quickly, while you use SEO to grow more naturally. Over time, the hope is you reduce your PPC budget as your SEO kicks in. Get in touch with us today if you’d like to speak in more detail about how we could help you to plan and execute a highly optimised paid advertising campaign using Google AdWords and/or Bing, one that gets the most from your available budget.
Allow us to show you how we can change your business
Get In Touch