The primary difference between Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Pay Per Click (PPC) is the nature of their traffic generation. While the traffic generated from organic (SEO) search is free, visitors coming from PPC service aren’t free; as its name suggests, you pay per click. In this blog, we have made a comparative analysis of […]13. May 2021 Digital Marketing
The majority of companies should be incorporating social media into their overall marketing strategies, and, nowadays, most are. However, many fail because they don’t take it seriously and miss out on the opportunity social media can offer. Social media presents an excellent method for businesses to find, analyze, and engage with their potential customers. To […]9. March 2021 Social Media Strategy
Running a business can give you the freedom to create your own schedule and make money from anywhere. And, it can be a great way to earn extra cash in your free time. However, many potential entrepreneurs are put off because: ● They lack the startup capital needed to start a business● They think they […]23. February 2021 Digital Marketing
KPI or Key Performance Indicator is a definitive measurable value which demonstrates a company’s effectiveness to achieve business objectives. KPIs aid to determine the financial, strategic, and operational achievement of your business, while also helping you estimate your standing in the market.
KPI works a little differently in PPC or Pay-Per-Click. Nevertheless, advertisers can use KPIs to determine the success rate of their campaigns. Additionally, KPI will also allow you in setting up Google Ads and Google Analytics before the campaign even begins20. October 2020 PPC Guide
PPC or Pay-Per-Click advertising is a type of bidding on an auction. PPC aids marketers in increasing visibility to build brand awareness, ads, and campaign goals. PPC helps in creating optimized campaigns for better reachability. PPC ads are available in numerous shapes as well as sizes. The ad formats are available across Bing Ads as well as Google Ads.20. October 2020 PPC Guide
In Google AdWords as well as other PPC platforms, ad extension is the most underutilized tool. Ad extensions allow advertisers to capture a significant amount of traction on SERPs, while they also aid to generate more conversions, sales, and clicks. This guide will acquaint you with everything there is to learn about ad extensions. Without […]20. October 2020 PPC Guide
Pay-Per-Click copywriting doesn’t have a set formula. Nevertheless, great PPC copywriting will get you clicks by escalating your reach and enticing your audience. Therefore, ignoring the importance of PPC copywriting is perhaps one of the biggest mistakes you could make.
PPC copywriting increases your chances in boosting sales, increases brand awareness and also improves notable web metrics. So how to get it right? We have compiled a list of 10 must-dos that can improve your take on PPC ads.
But before moving on with the essential tips regarding copywriting, let’s explore the basics of copywriting in PPC.20. October 2020 PPC Guide
If you’re about to run a PPC campaign for the first time, you’ll probably be asking yourself: Which PPC channel should I use?
With the abundance of PPC ads platforms, you have many choices. From the most popular Google ads to Bing, Yahoo, Gemini, and others, you can push targeted messages to your audience based on several criteria, which includes search behaviour, preferred content, past viewing patterns etc.
To give you a detailed picture of PPC ad targeting landscape, let’s dive into the ins and outs of targeting options for search, display, and remarketing campaigns.20. October 2020 PPC Guide
Pay-Per-Click has a vast presence in Search Engine Marketing. It is estimated that businesses spend approximately $106.5 Billion on numerous advertisement platforms. Google AdWords formerly known as Google AdWords is the leader as PPC platform. At the time of writing, the overall market share of Google AdWords is more than 73%.20. October 2020 PPC Guide
Curating and optimising your ads is a crucial element to ensure that paid search is a success. When you are setting up ad groups, there are certain things you should consider to get the most out of paid campaigns. For instance, while setting up ad groups make sure that you create distinctive ad groups for separate landing pages. This would distribute the traffic to the website. In other words, your ad groups should have a primary focus on landing pages. If you have more ad groups it is better for your landing pages and thus, the campaign.20. October 2020 PPC Guide