How do I get more customers?
Simple, Google it!


Search Ads appear at the top of Google search results, when used correctly, they are great at getting potential customers to your website.

Search ads are perfect for finding new customers online. 

 

Advertise to people who have just Googled for your product or service.

A successful Google Search Ads campaign will use the right keywords, using the most effective adverts to direct people to the right page on your website. 

Paying only for the successful clicks that drive traffic or calls to your company, Search ads deliver a high ROI and can be scaled to fit almost any budget.

 

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Be just a Google search away from your next customer.

Search ads are perfect for promoting your business
just as your new customer is searching for you.

Search ads, what do they look like?
Our first Adwords advert was small and hidden to the right of the screen. In 2019 things have moved forward, Google search ads now dominate the top of the search results and are much bigger headlines and descriptions.

Would you like more? Google extensions expand your advert even more with location extensions, call extensions, site links, promotion, call out text and lots of new additions including the recent lead form extension.

Search ads, how much do they cost?
Google Search Ads is an auction where you bid every time someone searches for your target keywords. Your bid is then multiplied by a quality score to calculate your position on the page. So the cost depends on competitor bids and the quality of your campaign.

Search ads, who sees the ads?
Keywords are the primary targeting method for Search Ads; understanding how particular keywords fit in the right part of your structure is the difference between a good and a great search campaign.

Search campaign can also use geographical, demographics and user behaviour to increase the targeting of your adverts, helping to ensure the right message is going to the right person at the right time.

What next?
Contact us to arrange a chat about how Google Search Ads could work for your business. Call the office on 01482 844 776 or complete our enquiry form to get the ball rolling.

Google Seach, display network, Google shopping and Youtube, getting the right mix for you.

Google Ads is much more than just search marketing

 

Search will always be core to Google Ads, targeting people when they are actively looking for you, your good or your services. Google shopping shares this space providing graphical results to products people are searching for online.

Google display Ads also allows you to reach your customers within its display network of over 4 million websites or via video advertising on Youtube.

We are certified by Google in all elements of Google Ads and can build the perfect solution combining the benefits from each aspect into a successful campaign.

 

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Search
Search Ads appear above Google search results when people look for you, your products or services. You only pay when people click your advert and sent directly to your website or call your business.
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Display Network
Over 4million website makeup Googles Display Network and using Google Display Ads, you can target all of them. The key to display is targeting; you can target an individual, user segment or theme.
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YouTube Advertising
Video Ads are a fantastic way to engage with your customers on YouTube and Googles Video partner websites. With a variety of different video formats and each will promote your video to an engaging audience.
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Google Shopping Ads
Shopping ads appear on Google when people search for the products you offer. Adverts include a picture, title and price of your product along with the name of your shop and any independent reviews you have.
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