Google AdWords

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Google AdWords

Google AdWords has the ability to send large numbers of people who are searching for exactly what you’re offering to your website. As one of the most effective forms of paid online advertising available, it should not be disregarded if you want people to find your website. 

How does Google AdWords Work?

If you want your ad to appear, you have to bid against other marketers based on how much you are willing to spend each time a viewer clicks on your ad. The more you pay-per-click (PPC), the more likely your ad will appear in search results assuming your ad is relevant based on specific keywords. Using Google AdWords can lead to more visitors on your website, which often leads to greater conversions, and then more money. The best part is that you only pay when people click on the ad!

Reasons you should use Google AdWords:

  1.  High Return on Investment: As mentioned before, you only have to pay when people click on the ad, so there’s a greater chance that whomever clicks on the ad will also respond to some sort of conversion on your site whether it’s making a purchase or signing up to receive email newsletters.
  2. Understand your market: It develops information about consumer habits including the keywords they used to find your website, their location, the devices they are using,  and the time and day they visited.
  3. Targeted Traffic: It refines your marketing efforts to effectively advertise to people who could be interested instead of wasting money trying to reach people who aren’t interested in what you have to offer.

Search Engine Marketing is one of the core advertising mechanisms for every business out there because it drives people to your website. Once you optimize Google AdWords campaigns, you can get a high ROI which may not be possible to achieve with other marketing strategies.

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