Pay Per Click Management Services
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The pay per click platforms:
There is three traditional pay per click platforms which come recommended for businesses. Each platform has their own pro’s and cons. We can assist you in coming to a conclusion of which platform is the best for you, but if you would like to make the decision for yourself, here is a list of the search engines that we recommend.
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Easily the most popular pay per click option. Google is the largest search engine and therefore brings in the highest volume of traffic.
- •significant amounts of traffic, therefore, allowing you to target millions of consumers and shoppers online.
- •lots of competition, meaning the cost per click can be expensive compared to other search engines
Not quite as popular as Google, but is still widely used by consumers and can still bring in significant traffic, mostly used for it’s lower Cost per click.
- •a lower cost per click because Bing isn’t as popular as Google. Marketers and businesses seem to neglect BingAds because “everybody loves Google”. This leaves a huge gap in the market for us to take advantage.
- •Cons Include a lower search traffic in comparison to Google. In more niche markets, it may be harder for you to spend your budget, meaning the growth of your traffic may not be as fast or successful as Google AdWords.
Social Media Marketing
Now, this isn’t a search engine, but it still has a pay per click option which comes heavily recommended to businesses with products (I wouldn’t recommend this type of marketing for services).
- •Allowing you to connect with your customers, even through your pay per click ads. It also allows you to target certain demographics, geolocations and user interests. Allowing you to take full specifically, target your audience.
- •A much lower click through rate, lots of people on Facebook aren’t exactly looking for your product so it is a much more outbound type of marketing
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