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Pay-Per-Click

A well formulated PPC campaign will increase the visibility of your business in online searches, and allow you to target consumers based on what they’re searching for. This works through ‘bidding’ for specific keywords in certain areas; the higher you bid, the more likely your advert will be displayed to people who are browsing. Because you only pay when somebody clicks on your advert, PPC is a very cost-effective way to gain leads and new customers.

Pay-Per-Click: What is the Best Keyword Match Type for your Business?

When you first set up your PPC (Pay-Per-Click) Search campaign, you need to decide on what type of keyword approach you’re going to use within Google Adwords and which is best suited for your business. Normally, the average advertiser uses a mix of keyword match types dependent on their ultimate goal of the campaign. Are […]


How to Split Your Search Marketing Budget Between PPC And SEO

Most businesses are aware that PPC and SEO work best in tandem with each other. Where some people come unstuck is how to apportion budget in such a way that gets the most out of both search marketing activities. I like to use the somewhat superficial metaphor of ‘looking good’ to describe how SEO and […]


A Beginner’s Google AdWords Glossary

Google AdWords is a very useful pay-per-click marketing avenue for companies and advertisers of all sizes. It’s an incredibly detailed platform that, on first inspection, comes with a lot of complicated settings and confusing terms that can initially scare people away. However, when you get to grips with the AdWords’ basic concepts and jargon you’ll […]


How Can Reviews Improve Your SEO?

Online reviews not only give potential customers a snapshot of the quality of your product or service, they are also very beneficial to your search rankings and search page visibility. In this article I’ll show you how reviews work on Google and how they can benefit your business’ search engine results. Reviews in search results […]


What Is The Difference Between SEO And PPC?

Pay Per Click (PPC) and Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) are both incredibly good ways of getting exposure for your business on search engines. Which one you use depends on the type of business you have, your business needs and the current stage of your business. I’ll concentrate on PPC and SEO for Google for this article as […]


12 Ways You Could Be Wasting Your PPC Budget

Pay-per-click (PPC) ads are a great way to reach a targeted, qualified audience. But you want to make sure you’re using your budget as wisely as possible. Unfortunately, partly owing to the sheer sophistication of the Google AdWords platform, there are a lot of variables, all of which need on-going attention and could be negatively […]


Facebook Ads vs Google AdWords: Which Is Best For Business?

Google is the giant of search engine advertising. And Facebook is the giant of social media advertising. According to Wordstream writer Larry Kim, Facebook has five times as many users and ten times as many daily shares as Twitter. It has the reach and the targeting tools to ensure that your budget will go far, and towards […]


What Do Expanded Text Ads Mean for Your AdWords Campaign with Yell?

After weeks of anticipation, Google finally made Expanded Text Ads available to AdWords in late July, giving AdWords advertisers everywhere plenty of food for thought on how they can utilise the extra real estate afforded by Google to promote their business. What are Expanded Text Ads? In case you weren’t already aware, Expanded Text Ads (ETAs) are […]


Four Reasons For & Against Expanded Text Ads

Ever since Google scrapped the right hand side ads from searches, there’s been potential to rethink standard ad formats. Previously advertisers were restricted to set characters counts of 95 for both headline and description text (not including the URL), but with more space available at the top of each page now, and more users searching […]


Google Cuts Down on Paid Adverts in Search Results

Google has introduced a massive change to how paid search advertising (PPC) is displayed on desktop search results pages. For “highly commercial queries”, it now displays up to four paid adverts above the organic listings, with no adverts in the right hand column of search results. This means a maximum of seven paid advertising spaces […]


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