Yes, we can manage your Adwords campaigns…
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A fully trained, experienced, professional Adwords expert can often minimize the amount you spend on PPC search and display advertising – yet increase and improve traffic and/or conversion rates. “Pay Per Click” is not quite accurate any more. Adwords bidding strategies can be implemented with a variety of Conversion Optimization options where you only pay when people who have clicked on your ads take a specific action on your site – call, submit a form, order something…
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Supplementing SEO with PPC Advertising
A well planned PPC campaign can also expand the reach of your web presence when your online advertising campaign is coordinated with other inbound marketing, like SEO. PPC and SEO can have a great working relationship where the Ads fill in the sometimes inevitable gaps in keyword based searches – or even keep the business afloat while a search engine penalty gets sorted out. We can also use the data available in Adwords to improve an SEO campaign’s keyword targeting.
See also: SEO, PPC or Both?
How much does it cost?
Ker Communications’ Adwords PPC campaign management rate is 15% of your monthly Adwords budget, plus an initial start up fee. For example, if you decide you want to spend $2000 on Adwords for the month, our fee to manage your campaign is $300*. Ker Communications is not paid “per-click”, but at that flat rate for the month.
The start up fee varies depending on the size and scope of the campaign. The minimum set up charge is $300.
*The minimum monthly fee for managing Adwords is $200. Less than that would not cover enough time on the job to properly manage your campaign.
Adwords has many options which may or may not be right for your business – local targeting, remarketing, product listing ads (PLA), display network, and they keep adding more… Ker Communications in Pittsburgh, PA is an official Certified Google Partner, so you know you are getting Adwords help from someone who knows.
Please read this “Working with a Third Party” disclosure notice from Google, which explains what you can expect from your third-party Google partner.