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Remarketing is about targeting people with ads who have interacted with your website or mobile apps previously. It allows you to position images and animation ads in users’ view while they continue to browse the internet. This is an effective way to generate brand awareness and helps pull the customer back to your website.
This is an effective way to keep being in front of your potential buyer as they think about what to buy; as they travel through other websites, you are on top of mind.
Your business will become more recognisable, with ads being displayed on other websites like smh.com.au, Gmail, and even mobile apps. Remarketing will boost your sales statistics significantly in no time.
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This is the reason why companies and organisations have been seeking ways to fight and claw to the top of search results using Google Advertising.
Learn About Display Ads Reach Cross-Device Customers With Text, Banner, Gmail Or App Ads. Or have your ads displayed in the search results; this is where Google Ads Works best. Or get more exposure and brand recognition and be Seen Across The Web Locally And Globally.
The average cost per click in Google Ads is between $1 and $2 on the search network. The average CPC on the Display Network is under $1. If you’re advertising in Display, try using our free Smart Ads Creator to build pristine new display ads in minutes.
First we discover relevant keywords, and work backwards increasing and decreasing bids on keywords depending on how well they convert.Get ahead of your competitors, Call us Today for a free consultation.
In today’s high level of competition, it is imperative to be as high as possible in the search results, which comes with an efficient Google ads strategy. However, many aren’t sure of how to rank websites better on the Google Search engine.
Best ranking Google ads aren’t always the solution as other factors need to be considered, such as website landing pages and how they convert. Ideally, a great campaign will have specific targeted keywords that go to the relevant ad, which go to one landing page specifically about the one product/service mentioned in the keyword and Google ads. With a great offer (e.g. price) with limited time to act and a call to action button, the landing page is the basics of a landing page but can get very complex with customer journey/funnel systems, etc., which works well but takes time to setup. A website landing page should cover all customer types, buyer cycle stages and marketing tactics for it to convert well.
No, theres no need. Its about having a plan and just putting in the time and effort to get the best results. Its about making your site Google friendly, both with the landing page, the keywords being searched and the ads displayed, they all need to be relevant.
No we don’t. We have tried outsourcing our work offshore but found that any results we achieved was quickly short-lived. So we do all our Google work in-house with strategies that are good for the long term.
Along with SEO, our seo consulting and services involve strategies on increasing seo score and page rank through article writing, blogging, Facebook, twitter, Instagram and Linkedin posting plus more. All our work is done naturally with nothing out of the ordinary so as to not get penalised. The seo manager normally starts with an SEO audit and analysis of your website then go through the basics to understand what level your site is at and how it can be improved.
We generally do this in-house, with client instructions however we have access to copywriters in Australia which can write content for your business.
Yes we do. Ecommerce product xml feeds to Google is very important and gets great results
Get a higher ranking website in Google and more leads using our Google Ads care plans.
Strategy, Keywords and competitor Research, Setup Google Search Console, analytics, Business & maps, Analytics reporting. There are over 100 signals Google looks at to rank a website. We take care of all of those over time using our in-house(Sydney) cost-effective methods. (We do not outsource)
The way Google AdWords works is every time someone clicks on your ads, it costs you money. AdWords is basically an auction, so the more you pay the higher your ads are displayed in the listing, and the more clicks you get. However, there’s one trick, the higher your Google AdWords quality score, the higher you will also rank regardless of your budget, so the cheaper the clicks are going to be so you’re going to be paying less per click.
When they don’t click on your ads, you don’t pay Google money.
So if you want to improve your quality score, you have the following.
If your ad texts get more click-through than the competitors, your cost per click is going to go down, and your quality score is going to go up.
If your landing page is amazing when people go click through on your ad and buy, your quality score is going to go up.
otherwise a low converting landing page or high bounce rate landing page will cost you in Google’s quality score.
So if someone Googles the metal fabrication and your landing page also shows information about metal fabrication, you’re much more likely to keep the visitor on the page for longer which will help.
Target precise keywords so that your ads will only show up for that specific keyword or phrase.
When you do broad search, you’re going to end up paying more per click because Google’s going to be showing your ads to a lot of people who aren’t clicking.
Add as many as you can. So, say you’re selling women clothing. If you target all clothing you showing your ads to men as well which is a waste of money. Use mens clothing as a negative keyword to prevent your ads
Showing to me.
By grouping, you can create relevant ad text for each ad group.
If you put all of your keywords in one campaign, the text shown in your ads isn’t going to be relevant towards each keyword, therefore causing a drop in keyword score
So the higher your click-through rate, and the lower your bounce rate is the better your quality score is going to be, therefore the cheaper your ads will be.
Ads on Google can feature your business locations and lead users to call or visit your locations. When people search for nearby businesses on google.com or Google Maps (for example, “plumber near me”), they may see local search ads that feature your business locations.
Local Services Ads help you connect with people who search on Google for the services you offer. Your ads will show up for customers in your area, and you only pay if a customer contacts you directly through the ad.
– Get more shop visits: Don’t miss out on foot traffic nearby your location.
– Get calls: Local search ads may include an option for users to call your locations and will use the phone number of the featured business location.
– Help customers learn more about your business: Local search ads link to your business’s location page, which includes information such as shop hours, address, customer reviews and photos.
What they cost
You’ll be charged a standard cost-per-click (CPC) for these types of clicks on local search ads:
– Get location detail clicks
– Get direction clicks
– Mobile clicks-to-call clicks
– Website Clicks
Clicks on ads that Google considers to be illegitimate, such as unintentional clicks or clicks resulting from malicious software.
Google has sophisticated systems to identify invalid clicks and impressions. When Google finds clicks that are invalid, it automatically filters them from your reports and payments.
Google consider the following to be invalid clicks:
Shopping ads use your existing Merchant Center product data – not keywords – to decide how and where to show your ads. The product data that you submit through the Merchant Center contains details about the products that you sell. We’ll use these details when we match a user’s search for your ads, ensuring that you show the most relevant products.
You manage your Shopping ads in Google Ads using Shopping campaigns, a flexible and straightforward way to organise and promote your Google Merchant Center product inventory within Google Ads.
You can advertise your shop and your products using three types of Shopping ads:
These are created based on the product data you submit in the Merchant Center.
Showcase Shopping ads: You’ll create these in Google Ads by grouping related products together. That way, people can compare several of your products and click the right one.
Local inventory ads: These use feed data from local inventory ads to engage users on the Google Display Network and help drive traffic to your local stores.
The responsive ad for Display is an ad that automatically adjusts its size, appearance, and format to fit available ad spaces on the Google Display Network.
Responsive display ads are replacing responsive ads as the default ad type for the Google Display Network. They can be used in standard display campaigns as well as Smart display campaigns. To create a responsive display ad, upload your assets (images, headlines, logos, videos and descriptions). Google will automatically generate ads to be shown on the Google Display Network.
– Optimise your ads: When you create a responsive display ad by uploading different assets into Google Ads, Google uses a machine learning model to determine the optimal combination of assets for each ad slot based on predictions built from your performance history.
– Broader reach:
Multiple assets can be uploaded per asset type (e.g. multiple headlines, logos, videos and images). The ads that Google assembles automatically adjust their size, appearance and format to fit just about any available ad space. For example, a responsive display ad might show as a native banner ad on one site and a dynamic text ad on another.
Add videos to your responsive display ads to help maximise your reach on the Display Network. Your videos will be shown instead of images whenever Google Ads determines that videos could drive better performance for you.
Save time: Using responsive display ads, you can reduce your overhead for managing ad portfolios within ad groups and campaigns and dedicate more time to performance improvement. For instructions, see how to create a responsive display ad
– Can be used with dynamic remarketing: You can make your responsive display ads support dynamic remarketing by attaching a feed to your campaigns. Responsive ads show personalised content to customers from a feed you control and add to your campaign. If you add a feed to your campaign, your ads will show in both dynamic and static formats. Learn more about creating feeds for your responsive display ads
Responsive Ads contains, short headline, long headline, description, business name, marketing image, landscape logo and square marketing images, logo, etc.
Image Ads is a type of ad that includes a graphic to promote your business.
An image ad consists of an image you provide featuring information about your business, services or products. When people click anywhere on your ad, they will be taken to your website.
Image ads can appear on web pages and other places in the Display Network.
Your image ad can use a static image, animated image, or Flash format and be in a range of sizes.
To run an image ad, you create an image and upload the file to your Google Ads account.
Video campaigns allow you to reach and engage with your audience and through Google video partners. When you create a video campaign, you can choose from campaign goals, campaign subtypes and ad formats that tell people about your products and services and get them to take action.
AdWords for video enables you to display video ads in the YouTube search results or before, during, and after videos on YouTube and the Google Display Network. Unlike a traditional AdWords campaign, with AdWords for video, you can use demographic targeting to more efficiently reach your audience.
When a user clicks a call-only ad, they’re not taken to a landing page; instead, a small window pops up and prompts them to place a call to whichever business placed the ad. That’s it! Two clicks, and they are on the phone with you.
These ads will only appear on devices that can make phone calls.
Call ads are designed to encourage people to call your business and appear only on devices that make phone calls. When a potential customer clicks your ad, the ad places a call to you from their device. Call ads can use the same phone numbers that you may already be using in your call extensions.
How does a call ad work?
– Your ad wins an auction and is shown on the search network.
– Someone taps the ad.
– That persons’ mobile phone dialer opens with the number set (either your number or a GFN, depending on your settings).
– The person taps the call button to place the call.
A text ad is a form of marketing communication that advertisers can use to promote their product or service on the Google Network.
Get in touch with customers with a simple text when they search on Google. Use Ad Extensions to provide extra details and contact information to make your