Targeted Ads & Lead Generation
Targeted ads for the purpose of generating quality leads are not usually as easy as following Google instructions or boosting ads on Facebook.
Targeted ads, a pay-per-click strategy are extremely powerful (and profitable) done by an expert.
So, unless you’ve spent 10,000 hours working on and learning PPC Ads and spent tens of thousands of dollars to learn how to make them work optimally in a short amount of time – It’s best to leave it up to the pros.
Here at Conscious Growth Marketing, we use proven strategies and a scientific formula to get the most optimal results.
Every time. In any area. In every industry.
By sticking to a proven formula we always get the results we want in the quickest time possible.
This way, we are spending our clients’ ad dollars in the way that makes the most sense for them and brings them the greatest ROI.
We incorporate techniques like retargeting, focus on reaching your target audience, and hone in on the exact messaging that resonates and aligns with you and your brand.
The targeted ad strategies we utilize and continue to sharpen are proven to bring in leads faster than any other methods of marketing out there.
At CGM, we also understand the importance of optimizing and ongoing management of any successful ad campaign.
We’re careful to follow a scientific formula as we test, monitor, and make changes to increase the results in fast, powerful, and positive ways.
Pay-per-click (PPC) services are a form of digital marketing that can generate leads and sales quickly and efficiently. PPC is an online advertising model in which advertisers pay only when their ad is clicked.
This makes it an effective way to reach target audiences, as it eliminates the risk of wasting money on ads that no one sees or interacts with.
With PPC, advertisers can measure the success of their campaigns and optimize them for better results.
At its most basic level, PPC works by having businesses bid on keywords related to their products or services.
When someone searches those words on Google or another search engine, the business’s ad appears alongside organic search results – if they have won the bid. Payments are made when searchers click on the ad.
When done right, PPC can yield great returns – but like any other form of marketing, it requires skilled management to get maximum benefit from a campaign.
That’s because there are many factors that impact how well an ad performs: keyword targeting; quality score; impression share; cost-per-click (CPC); budgeting; competition level; and more.
Expert PPC managers know how to use all these levers to maximize results while minimizing costs — which is why businesses should consider hiring a professional to manage their campaigns.
A good place to start is understanding your customer journey — what kind of terms do they use when searching for what you offer?
With this insight you can develop targeted keywords that will draw searchers who are more likely to convert into leads or customers .
You must also set up tracking systems so that you can monitor metrics such as impressions, clicks, conversions and cost per acquisition (CPA).
This will provide invaluable information about what works best for your business so that you can tweak your campaigns accordingly over time.
It’s also important to be aware of best practices in setting up campaigns and bidding strategies: which landing pages should you link to?
What type of ads should you create?
What should your budget be?
A professional PPC manager will have expertise in these areas as well as experience testing different approaches to further optimize performance over time – ensuring maximum return on investment (ROI).
So while DIYers may be tempted by the purported cost savings associated with managing a campaign themselves, the potential pitfalls make working with an expert a worthwhile investment for any business looking for fast results from their digital marketing efforts.
An experienced PPC manager will be able to help design effective strategies tailored specifically for your business’ goals – yielding higher ROI than otherwise achievable by going it alone.