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    Helper II

    Tips for running paid search campaigns?

    My understanding of pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, aka paid search, is minimal, but I've heard that it can be incredibly successful when done well.


    Do any of you run paid search campaigns? If so, what tips do you have for a beginner?

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    Advocate IV

    For the right business, PPC can be very profitable - but be warned it takes a) expertise and b) time to get campaigns running most effectively. 


    My best advice is to read every piece of online help Google offers. AND to take advantage of their search consultants - when you start your first campaign they will offer you a phone call, online chat, webinars. Take it all. They will help you get started but also, if you listen carefully, will teach you a lot about how to optimize your campaigns going forward to bring your costs down and ROI up.

    Erika Kerekes, Founder & Condiment QueenNot Ketchup Gourmet Grilling Sauces

    Not Knowing This Could Cost You Money

    Nearly everyone with a mobile device is using it for on-line searches. Estimates say 80% of people don’t leave their home without their mobile device and 71% use their smartphone for making purchases each and every day. Your customers are out there and they’re spending more than 15 hours every week doing searches from their smartphones.


    So it’s important for you to note that Mobile Pay Per Click (PPC) is your way of getting in front of people who are out and about and on the go. 


    Today’s on-line marketer needs to follow some simple best practices to capitalize on mobile pay per click. 

    1. Optimize for a mobile experience. Research shows that 57% of consumers won’t recommend your service if you have a bad mobile site and 40% would rather choose your competitor.  

    2. Use Ad Extensions throughout your campaign. Ad Extensions can have a huge impact on your paid search campaign

    3. Use action-oriented keywords. This will help searchers make a decision. 

    4. Use offers and calls to action that specifically target your mobile searchers.

    5. Choose when you want your campaign to be active. Specify times of the day or week when you know people are looking.  For example, people are more likely looking for a restaurant during their lunch break from work or in the early evening when they’re heading home.


    Here at Dave Flanagan & Co we help on-line marketers navigate the cluttered sea of mobile pay per click and AdWords. More than that, though, we will continually test, analyze and optimize performance so you’re  reaching the audience that your want. 32% of all paid search clicks are now done on mobile devices.  Because mobile pay per click can be time consuming and labor intensive for an otherwise busy business owner, Dave Flanagan & Co will take the stress off you.  It’s our job to drive business to your mobile friendly website.

    Dave Flanagan

    PPC Advertising is not that easy so it is highly advised to have better understanding for the successful campaign. You can also hire expert team for all this work. I had also hired a professional service for my blogs PPC campaign.


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