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Are you looking to level up your PPC campaigns on Google and Bing? Are your current ads not giving you the ROI that you want?

Here at Herd Marketing we are PPC experts on major search engines such as Google and Bing and work with businesses to help them improve their ROI from paid search. We have a proven track record of implementing performance marketing strategies and work with dynamic, growth-driven businesses from a wide variety of industries.

Find out more today about working with Herd Marketing.

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Our team are experts in what they do and we work with a number of businesses in North Wales on thier PPC campaigns. By utilising our expertise in pay per click management, we have built long-lasting relationships with our clients that continue to provide an ongoing ROI.

Struggling to attract new customers to your business? Not seeing enough website traffic? Your advertising budget isn’t giving you the ROI you expected?

In today’s fast-paced digital world, it can be difficult to reach the right people and get your message heard. It’s frustrating to spend time and money on advertising that doesn’t work, leaving you feeling like you’re stuck in a rut.

Let us help. With our PPC services in North Wales from Herd Marketing, we can help your business stand out online. Our expert team will create custom campaigns that are targeted towards the audience that is most likely to engage with your brand. By tracking and analysing results, we can ensure that you’re getting the most out of your advertising budget.

Say goodbye to stagnant growth and hello to a successful, thriving business. Contact us today to get started!

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What you can expect working with Herd Marketing on your PPC Campaigns…

• Our team will utilise the latest strategies and technology to help you get more clicks, conversions, and ROI for your business.

• Reach Your Target Audience – With our detailed audience insights, we can help you reach the right people at the right time. Our data-backed recommendations will ensure that your campaigns resonate with potential customers in your chosen market.

• Boost Your Business Growth – By utilizing our PPC management services, you can focus on running your business while we handle your advertising efforts in North Wales. This will allow you to save time, resources, and money while driving more leads and sales for your business. 

• Regular contact with your PPC Manager via WhatsApp, email or phone. Whatever work best for you!

This is very broad overview of what its like to work with Herd Marketing. Want to find out more? Conact us today for a free no obligation chat. 

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Pay Per Click (PPC) – Frequently Asked Questions


PPC stands for Pay-Per-Click, a model of internet marketing in which advertisers pay a fee each time one of their ads is clicked. Essentially, it's a way of buying visits to your site, rather than attempting to earn those visits organically. Google Ads is one of the most popular forms of PPC.

Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising is an online advertising model in which advertisers pay each time a user clicks on one of their online ads.

Here are the basic steps:

1. Advertisers create ads and choose relevant keywords. Keywords are the terms or phrases that advertisers target in the hopes of displaying their ads to users who are searching for such terms on search engines.

2. The ads are entered into an auction system run by the PPC platform (such as Google AdWords or Bing Ads). In the auction, advertisers bid how much they are willing to pay if a user clicks on their ad.

3. When users perform a search, the search engine or other platforms use a complex algorithm to determine which ads to display and in what order based on factors such as the relevance of the keywords and the amount of the bid.

4. If a user clicks on an ad, the advertiser (generally a business) pays the amount they bid for that click.

5. This process repeats every time a new search is made by a user.

The key advantage of PPC advertising is that you only pay when your ad successfully draws a user to your site.

However, to run a successful PPC campaign, you must choose your keywords carefully and keep an eye on the competition, since high-demand keywords often have higher costs per click due to increased competition for ad space.

There are many different platforms that off PPC, each with their own unique pros and cons.

Generally speaking, Google Ads, Bings Ads and Social Media Ads on Meta are considered the main/most popular platforms at present. The list below expands on this, although this list is not exhaustive.

1. Google Ads: This platform enables businesses to create ads that appear on Google’s search engine and other Google properties.

2. Bing Ads: It is the advertising platform used to serve ads on Bing and Yahoo search engines.

3. Facebook Ads: Facebook allows you to create targeted ads for the massive audience available on the platform.

4. Twitter Ads: On Twitter, you can use promoted tweets, accounts or trends.

5. LinkedIn Ads: Ideal for B2B marketers who want to tap into the professional market.

6. Pinterest Ads: Pinterest's sponsored pins can be a good way to reach a new audience.

7. Instagram Ads: It provides the opportunity to use images and videos to promote brands and products.

8. YouTube Ads: YouTube offers several ad formats, including display ads, overlay ads, skippable and non-skippable video ads.

9. Quora Ads: Quora has an advertising platform which allows marketers to reach a highly engaged audience.

10. Reddit Ads: You can run PPC ads in the form of promoted posts.

11. Snapchat Ads: Businesses can use their Snap Ads (10 sec video clips) to target a younger demographic.

12. Amazon Ads: It offers sponsored product ads, sponsored brand ads and product display ads.

Remember, each platform has different audiences and caters to different industries, so choose according to your target audience and business type.

Here at Herd Marketing, we specialise in PPC Management on Google Ads, Bing Ads & Meta Ads.

The cost of a Pay-Per-Click (PPC) campaign is primarily determined by the following factors:

1. Bid Amount: This is the maximum amount an advertiser is willing to pay for each click on their advertisement. This bid amount can vary based on the competitiveness of the keywords being targeted.

2. Quality Score: Google and other search engines determine a quality score for each advertisement based on its relevance to the targeted keywords, its landing page, and its past performance. Advertisements with higher quality scores can result in lower costs per click.

3. Competition: The cost of PPC campaigns can also be driven up by the number of advertisers bidding on the same keywords. The more competitive the keywords, the higher the cost per click can be.

4. Targeting Options: The settings an advertiser chooses for their campaign can also impact cost. This can include factors like geographical targeting, device targeting, time of day, and day of the week.

5. Campaign Settings: The budget and campaign settings chosen by the advertiser will also play a role. If the budget is higher and the ads are scheduled to show all day, the cost could potentially be higher.

It's important to note that the actual cost-per-click (CPC) is determined by the advertiser who ranks immediately below you in the auction, your quality score, and the contextual signals at the time of the auction.

Please note: this is a very broad overview and highlights some important factors, however this list is not exhaustive.

Pay Per Click (PPC) and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) are two different digital marketing strategies.

PPC is a form of online advertising where advertisers pay a fee each time their ad is clicked by an online user. It’s a way of buying visits to your site, rather than attempting to earn those visits organically. The most popular platform for PPC is Google AdWords.

On the other hand, SEO is a practice of increasing the quantity and quality of traffic to your website through organic search engine results. It involves making certain changes to your website design and content that make your site more attractive to a search engine. It doesn’t involve paying for ads, but optimizing content and using specific keywords to appear higher on search engine results pages (SERPs).

In essence, PPC is a paid strategy that brings immediate results, while SEO is an organic (unpaid) strategy that brings long-term results.

1. Understand your target audience: It’s crucial to have a good understanding of what your target audience is likely to search for. What are their needs, their pain points, and their interests? What words and phrases would they use to describe your product or service?

2. Use Keyword Tools: Google’s Keyword Planner, SEMrush, Ahrefs are some of the many tools that provide data about the volume, competition and the relevance of the keywords. This will give you a list of potential keywords, along with data on how often they are searched for and how much competition there is for each keyword.

3. Competitor Analysis: Look at what keywords your competitors are using. This can give you a sense of what is working for other businesses in your industry.

4. Long-tail Keywords: Consider using long-tail keywords, which are more specific (and often longer) phrases. They usually have lower search volumes, but they are typically less competitive and more targeted, meaning they can often yield higher conversion rates.

5. Relevance: Ensure the keywords you choose are highly relevant to your business. They should align with your brand, product or service, and the messaging on your website.

6. Experiment: After you choose your keywords, you can track how well they are performing and make changes as necessary. Sometimes a keyword might seem perfect on paper, but not generate any results. In these cases, you might need to go back to the drawing board and try a new strategy.

7. Keep Updated: The digital market changes frequently, and keywords that work today might not work tomorrow. It is essential to stay updated on your industry, your audience, and the current trends to adjust your keywords.

8. Use Negative Keywords: Negative keywords let you exclude search terms from your campaigns and help you focus on only the keywords that matter to your customers.

Remember that using the right keywords is essential for the success of your PPC campaign, but it is not the only thing to consider. Good ad copy, landing page design, and overall strategy are also crucial for your campaign's success.

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