Pay Per Click Advertising for Landscape-Designers on Google and Yahoo
|More than ever, your customers are using on Google and Yahoo when searching for Landscape-Designers. Unless you appear in the search listings when they search, they cannot contact you. You are forcing them to contact your competition; it is as if you are not even in business. Pay-Per-Click advertising helps move you ahead of your competition.|
Online Marketing for Landscape Designers: Can You Compete Effectively?
While our prospects use search every day, what steps are you taking to compete? Online Marketing for Landscape Designers. Promoting yourself online. The concepts are the same: position yourself where your prospects are searching.
Leveraging Pay-Per-Click to be Found on Page 1 is Critical
Studies have shown that 93% of people do not look past the first page of search results when they search on Google, Yahoo and MSN. If they do not find what they want, they simply do another search or give up completely. The engines allow advertisers to bid on Pay-Per-Click listings that feature them at the top of the listings. Being found on the second page will only get you 7% of searchers; page three sees only 1%.
When they search, they are searching with something specific in mind. If they do not see those results, they will either conduct another search or will stop searching altogether. The listings that do appear on the first page will receive 93% of the clicks from the searchers.
Pay Per Click Lists Your Company Ahead of Millions
Pay Per Click lets you jump ahead of millions of competing listings quickly. The search engines all use Pay-Per-Click as their primary advertising model. With Pay-Per-Click (PPC) you advertise with the search engines. You select the keywords you want to be found for and Google and Yahoo will feature you above millions.The engines allow you to bid your way to the top; whichever advertiser is willing to pay the most for a click will be listed first; the second highest will receive the second rank, and so on. You can now jump ahead of millions of competing pages and you only pay when someone clicks.
These listings receive approximately 40% of all clicks; when looking at clicks that lead to a transaction (a purchase or lead) that number climbs significantly. More importantly, the people searching and clicking are your best prospects - they are proactively searching for what you offer.
Pay Per Click Issues: Top Factors in PPC Campaigns
With more than 700,000 companies competing in pay-per-click adveritising how can you compete effectively? Most companies simply try it and test, often spending $5,000 to $500,000, managed by one person in their office who lacks the toolsets, knowledge and automation to truly maximize your advertising dollars.Successful pay per click requires expert management. Every click costs you money, and every click must be accountable. Unless you are tracking and optimizing on a real time basis, you are literally clicking money down the drain.
Suppose we evaluated your campaign and found 40% waste (which is typical). On a $20,000 per month campaign, that's $96,000 wasted annually. That could be money in your pocket, or, if channeled back into search, could increase your revenue from good keywords by 66%!
Keep in mind, pay per click management is a daunting task for companies that do-it-themselves or look to a general agency to manage their campaigns. Consider this:
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