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Pay Per Click Advertisements and AdWords Remarketing
Pay per click advertisements is paid ads that appear on websites within the Google Display Network. When targeted keywords are typed into a search engine, you can see these ads on the bottom, and top parts of a website. It makes PPC advertisements incredibly relevant to what a user needs at the moment.
On the other hand, AdWords Re marketing refers to advertisements that are displayed when a user moves on to another site registered with the Google Display Network after visiting your website. They remind visitors about your products and services. When they are ready to buy, these ads also function as a gateway back to your business’ website.
These two strategies are an excellent choice especially if you have a small budget for your online marketing efforts. With EVM Digital, you decide how much to spend for each ad campaign or targeted keyword. Our PPC specialists will make sure your ad campaign gives your business the most value for your invest men
Why They Work
PPC ads, on the other hand, are more beneficial because they only appear when a visitor is on the stage of deciding whether to purchase your product or service. It gives these ads a strong sense of value to the user.
What makes PPC and AdWords remarketing cost-effective is that you only pay for clicks generated by the ads. If a user contacts you directly after seeing the ad (instead of clicking on it), then you just received a referral at no additional cost.
1. Assess Your Brand
2. Plan a Strategy
3. Run the Ads
4. Send Progress Reports
Get Instant Results at Low Cost
EVM Digital can make the most of your online marketing investment and deliver results that support your bottom line. We are a top-tier digital marketing agency that has served different types of businesses in Alexandria, Minneapolis, and nearby cities.
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