A question that I still get asked by mature business owners is whether or not they should do pay-per-click (PPC) marketing or not. It’s not a simple yes or no question. PPC offers an amazing opportunity to push ads in front of audiences on search, social, and websites that you may not ordinarily reach through organic methods. What is Pay Per Click Marketing? PPC is a method of online advertising where the advertiser pays a
Rapid development, frameworks, and integrations continue to put platforms on the market that provide a plethora of features at substantially lower costs each year. Zymplify is one of those platforms – a cloud marketing platform that provides all the features necessary for a small business to attract, acquire, and report on leads online. However, it does it for less than most of the other marketing automation platforms on the market. From the site: Zymplify is
If you’re seeking assistance or paid search expertise, a great resource out there is PPC Hero, a great publication where the Hanapin Marketing shares their expertise. Hanapin recently released this fantastic infographic, the Top Ten PPC Tips For The Travel and Tourism Marketer. While the use case is travel and tourism, these tips are ideal for any marketing seeking to incorporate a paid search optimization methodology to their PPC (Pay Per Click) strategies. With 65%
Even though it’s a self-serving piece, Google Research has developed this infographic to provide evidence of how click-through rates change when an organic search result is accompanied by a paid search advertisement. Pairing up the two can help your marketing from two different angles… providing a little more real estate to click on on the search engine results page. The other reason, which may be more critical, is to displace at least one competitor!
So you’re operating a business in a saturated market. Most likely, this means that you’re up against some pretty steep average CPCs for keywords. Or maybe you’re a local small business owner, who’d love to break into online advertising but just don’t feel as though you have enough marketing budget to compete. As the popularity of internet and PPC marketing has grown, so has competition, which in turn drives up cost. Before you decide that