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The Scope of Digital Marketing after Covid-19

Covid-19 has been a devastating period for businesses of all types. On the flip side, it forced people to stay at home, work from home, a study from home, and even shop from home. This change in trend gave strength to an already budding industry of digital marketing.

Regardless of the niche of any business, a strong and thriving online presence is an advantage and a necessity at this point in time. More than that, it is proof of legitimacy in the modern era.

The pandemic brought forth a boom in the digital space. Whether it is E-commerce or SEO campaigns, every business that thrives online has done better. This has created a huge demand for professionals that offer services in the digital marketing arena.

Digital marketing is a multi-faceted industry that has multiple streams to target. Professionals specializing in one or more of these streams are required by big companies and small-time players. Companies utilize digital marketing more these days because…

Ease of Targeting Demographics: Literally, a majority percentage of the world is now online. For marketing purposes, it is much easier to target specific demographics using digital mediums. If your product is specifically designed for a gender, age group, people belonging to a particular region etc., it is much easier to reach them through targeted digital campaigns.

High Return on Investment: Compares to traditional marketing techniques, digital marketing has a 61% lesser cost per lead. Sing PPC (Pay-per-click) strategies keep the budgets in check since you’re only charged for the leads that actually click on your CTA. This and many other options make it a relatively sought-after and easy to go through marketing strategy.

Reaching Mobile Users: More than 14 billion mobile devices are in regulation. All of these devices are used to browse the internet and also shop and browse social media. Most potential sales leads and customers can be easily marketed to because of this global connection.

People these days discover more new brands on their phones on their favorite social media apps instead of traditional mediums like TV, radio, or even billboards. Attention spans have also shortened because of the availability of too much content. So finding the right knife to cut through your competition is in demand more than ever, and this right knife is a well-trained digital marketing professional that understands your needs the best.

Such professional help may come to you in the form of a company like BM Consulting. With our team of highly trained experts, we can take care of your digital marketing needs in more ways than one! Here are some of the services we offer and the scope of growth you’ll find through each of them.

  • Paid Search Marketing: Paid search marketing is one of the most common digital marketing practices. You will pay Google or other search engines to place your result page on top in this method. A paid search marketing package will include…
    • Keyword Research
    • Competitor Research
    • Website Audit
    • Campaign Audit
    • Online Display Advertising
    • Remarketing
  • Analytics Services: Sometimes, you might feel like you’re doing everything right, but all you need is a professional assessment of everything you need to fix and do better. Hiring us for this service will enable us to supply you with the right consultation to make your marketing strategies work better.
    • Website Audit
    • Goal Setting and Tracking
    • Campaign Tracking
    • Landing Page Optimization
    • Conversion Rate Optimization
  • Search Engine Optimization: SEO takes way more finesse than PPC. It is a step-by-step, complex process of optimization and constant boosting of selected keywords to improve your organic reach. Many customers are reluctant to click on advertised links but appreciate the results that organically show up on top. The process includes…
    • Keyword Research
    • Competitor Research
    • On-Page and Off-Page Optimization
    • Advanced Link Building
    • Content Optimization
  • Content Marketing: Content will never cease to be the king of online marketing. The real connection you build with a potential customer is through words, images, and video content. This is what makes that solid, lasting connection. Releasing well-worded articles, blogs, tutorials etc., will give you more credibility and legitimacy in the digital space. Our team of writers can help you grow with…
    • eBooks
    • Press Releases
    • Niche Blogs
    • Case Studies/Success Stories
  • Email Marketing: Email marketing might sound like an outdated strategy, but if you’re trying to reach your target audience on all mediums, a well-curated email campaign works wonders. All you need is the right service to get you there. With BM Consulting, you’ll find help through…
    • Email Strategy and Planning
    • Email Design and Development
    • Email Testing
    • Email Send
  • Social Media Marketing: There is no denying that social media marketing is the primary medium of marketing in this day and age. Especially if your business sells and connects directly to its consumers, there is no better way to do it than social media marketing.

However, a professional will help you understand how to get the best of your budget, monitor your campaigns closely, and constantly change things to get the best out of them. BM Consulting provides…

  • Social Strategies
  • Promotional Setup
  • Social Advertising
  • Facebook Advertising
  • Linkedin Advertising
  • Social Media Co-Management
  • Social Media Optimization
  • Monitoring

The world of digital marketing has seen perhaps, the biggest booms out of them all combined with E-commerce. This is one of the only few good things to come out of this distressing pandemic. So if your business has any scope for growth, it will be through digital marketing. Hire BM Consulting to take care of your needs so that your business can grow and prosper while you enjoy a strengthened online presence and brand recognition through multiple channels.

For getting more information regarding Digital Marketing, you may contact us or visit our website www.bmconsulting.in

*********************This blog is compiled by Divyanshu Gupta*********************

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SEO or Google Ads – what to choose according to your business

For a business owner, online marketing has always proven to be a daunting task. One of the primary reasons behind this stress is the involvement of money and effort that goes into online marketing. If you are well aware of the digital marketing industry, then you might know that there are two major ways by which you can bring conversions to your business. These are Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Google Ads.

Each of these methods is no doubt productive when it comes to boosting visibility and sales. However, the application of these methods varies from business to business. As compared to SEO, running a Google Ads campaign requires a good amount of money. Thus, for a business that is doing well in terms of sales, Google Ads is a better option than SEO because they can afford to let go of a few dollars in exchange for visibility.

To better understand the difference between SEO and Google Ads, let’s dig a little deeper into the basics of these strategies.

What is SEO?

To be frank, most of us scroll through only those links that appear on the first page of Google when we put in a search term. Thus, if your website does not fall on this first page, then you are probably missing out on good profits for your business. This is where SEO comes into the picture.

In layman’s terms, Search Engine Optimization is the steps you take on your website to make it rank higher on the Search Engine Result Page (SERP). Having the right content with relevant keywords, linking other sites to your website, optimizing your page title, making your site mobile-friendly are some of the steps that can catapult your website on the first page of Google.

Improving your organic ranking is not something you can achieve in a day. This is a long process that might take weeks. However, once your website reaches the first page of the search engine, then there is no stopping your business from reaching new heights of success. Moreover, customers tend to trust a website more which achieves a higher ranking on its own.

What are Google Ads?

Google Ads is a type of pay-per-click (PPC) advertising that displays your ad on Google whenever someone searches for your relevant keyword. You are charged a particular amount every time someone clicks on your advertisement.

Google Ads is one of the quickest ways for getting business as people tend to click more on the top three ad positions on Google. Here, you have the freedom to decide the max CPC (cost-per-click), which enables you to set a budget for your advertising campaign in advance.

The price of your product will also matter if you wish to go for Google Ads. In order to make a profit, it is necessary for you to ensure that your products are priced much higher than your CPC. For example, if you are selling a t-shirt for $10 and you are paying $8 every time someone clicks on your advertisement, then the net profit would be too low. However, if the product cost is $5000 and you are getting one conversion after every ten clicks, then you are spending $80 and making $5000 which is highly profitable.

Which marketing strategy is best suited for your business – SEO or PPC?

Now that we have discussed the basics of search engine optimization and Google Ads, let us understand which strategy will get results for your business.

SEO is something that will help you in the long run. Once you get proper knowledge of your demographics, target audience and keywords, increasing your website rankings organically will be a cakewalk for you. This is a long-term investment that will yield positive results after some time.

As for Google Ads, it is better for businesses that need quick results and does not have a lot of time to spare on optimizing their website. As a matter of fact, you can run a Google Ads campaign even if you don’t have a website as you can create a stand-alone customized landing page that highlights a particular service or product you wish to promote.

Doing this also gives you a good amount of time to build your own website without having to worry about the conversions. Once your website is fully functional, you will have two choices – stop the ad campaign and get started with SEO or implement both these strategies simultaneously for better results.

Conclusion

Whether you should opt for SEO or Google Ads will depend entirely on the current situation of your business, the market situation and your goals. The key is to choose the right marketing strategy at the right time that will keep your business afloat and running without any difficulty.

If ever you feel that making this decision is tasking, you can always find a good digital marketing agency that will guide you on the right path. A good SEO expert will always be able to tell what would work best for your business – organic search paid search or a combination of both.

For further information on Digital Marketing, you may contact us or visit our website www.bmconsulting.in

**********This blog is compiled by Shardul Sant**********

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Advanced Audience Targeting Tactics for Google Ads

Today, marketing professionals rely heavily on the powers of online tools like Google Ads, Facebook Ads, PPC, Content Marketing, etc. When it comes to Google Ads, targeting the right audience is necessary; otherwise, you’re blowing most of your budget on showing ads to people who are not as likely to convert into a paying customer for your client.

In the last few years, Google has been gradually increasing the number of targeting options. This gives users more opportunities to target the exact end customer intensely, which they mean to sell to.

Marketers these days are spoiled for choices, and that can be a bad thing sometimes. It means, they can lean towards using the same old traditional targeting methods that they have always been using.

There are many ways to use Google Ads to gain more profit and improve your cost per click ratio. So let’s look at some advanced techniques to help you master the game of Google Ads.

1. Better Use of RLSAs

Remarketing Lists for Search Ads is a feature on Google that allows you to monitor and retarget people who have been on your website or app. Many times what happens is that people will see your Ad, be interested in what they see, then lose interest after a couple of steps.

This list of people is what you call a warm audience. These people are more likely to be interested in the product or service marketed to them. RLSAs can be used in two ways.

  • To make bid adjustments on the ad groups for users searching for the keywords you are bidding on.
  • Setting up search ad groups that trigger and show ads to users if they’re on your remarketing list and searching for keywords that you bid on.

There are creative tactics that one can employ to make use of this feature even more. For example, you can target your regular customers and spend more than your average order value, whenever they search for any of your competitor brands.

This way, whenever they’re trying to look for an alternative to your brand, regardless of being a loyal customer, they will be faced with your ad and reminded of you again, making it more likely for them to shop from you again.

2. Using Social Audiences and RLSAs in Combination

In many ways, Facebook Ads has the edge over Google Ads because of lots of departments, especially targeting. Unlike Google Adwords, Facebook knows exactly what people like, when their major life events are, who they are related to, the brands they surround themselves with etc.

It is surprising how many people miss out on the combined strength of using search campaigns and social media ads together. The way to do that is by using Facebook to discover new buyers and then targeting them through search ads. This increases the chances of them converting to paying customers.

Facebook is full of potential customers who aren’t actively looking to buy anything, but they make their intent clear regardless by browsing through their topics of interest in their free time. When they decide to purchase something and search for it, there you will be; a familiar brand that they have seen on Facebook before!

3. Using Custom Affinity Audiences

The display network plays a pivotal role in the ad campaign. To get more granular control over it, Google launched the feature Custom Affinity Audiences. The problem with Adword’s regular affinity audiences is that they don’t cover every business’s needs and specifics. With the custom affinity audiences option, you can specify audience interests in a more refined manner.

While formulating display campaigns, you can choose from various demographics to specifically target the right audience. That is what the role of Affinity Audiences is. But even with this variety of demographics, you can sometimes miss out on the detailed targeting required for the most effectiveness out of your budget. This is where you can use Custom Affinity Audiences.

4. RLSAs Combined with In-Market Segments

In-Market audiences are the digital equivalent of people present in a physical store, actively comparing products, thinking about making a purchase. The in-market audience is as low as you get down the funnel as far as un-converted customers are concerned.

Google is smart in a way, where they will let you categorize and target users who are most interested and are more likely to convert. The purchaser’s intent can be easily distinguishable by leveraging real-time data and Google’s strong classification system.

Using RLSA, you can determine the customers who reach the last level of the sales funnel, i.e. adding products to the cart, and then go away. These are the customers who intend to purchase and remarketing to them is most likely to get sales.

The way to do it better is to layer the in-market segments on top of the pre-existing remarketing lists to maintain a high volume of relevance in your targeted marketing.

Conclusion

The digital marketplace is crowded with competition. With more awareness of how easy to understand Google and Facebook Ads, there is more competition than ever. Getting a good ROI on your Ads budget is essential, and increasing the rate of running advertisements can be easily done with more detailed and meticulous targeting. All the tools are right there! It’s just a matter of using them wisely.

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**********This blog is compiled by Divyanshu Gupta*********

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Major changes to look out for in Google Adwords

Google Adwords

Being an online advertisement platform developed by Google, Google Ads have gained a lot of importance in recent years due to their range of benefits that help the advertisers to boost their sales. One of the major benefits of Google Adwords is that it works faster than SEO and helps to generate more traffic and leads than conventional SEO techniques. Also, Google Ads help to increase your brand awareness in addition to boosting traffic, clicks, and conversions. Thus, it becomes mandatory for a business to monitor the changes which Google brings to this advertisement platform. Following is a list of few major changes that are coming soon to Google Ads:

1. Local search ads will now appear on Google Maps: With the increase in the use of Google Maps for navigation around the world, we can easily conclude that these maps would be a part of the search network in the future. Google unveiled the “next generation” of local search ads which will now appear on the Google Maps platform as well as Google.com. In these new ads, the brand logos and offers will appear on the surface of the map rather than alongside the map.

Search Ads on Google Maps

The reason behind focussing on Google Maps is that it has a billion users and location-related searches account for nearly a third of all mobile searches. So next time when you search on Google Maps for a luxury hotel, you will see a list of hotels that have paid to be there on the Maps platform.

2. Expanded Google Text Ads: Text ads are going to have a significant change in recent updates. This new update will make the headlines much bigger, and the advertisers will have the option of writing 30-character headlines instead of the previous 25-character headlines. During its testing phase, Google found that this change dramatically increased the CTR by almost 25%. In addition to this, the number of characters in the description line has also been increased to 80.

Google Expanded Text Ads

3. “Accelerated Delivery” feature discontinued: Google has announced that they are going to discontinue the “accelerated delivery” option for Search and Shopping campaigns. This feature allowed the advertiser to set a budget above the current ad spend by a considerable margin and then turn on “accelerated delivery” to drive as many impressions as possible. Google claims that they have improved the “standard delivery” algorithm which will improve the performance of the advertisers.

4. Maximize Conversion Value Bidding: Google has launched the new Maximize Conversion Value bidding strategy for Search. This strategy will automatically optimize the conversion value instead of optimizing the conversion volume. This will significantly improve the performance of those who are currently using Maximize Conversions bidding. You can also set adjustments in value for different audiences, locations or devices in the future.

Bidding

5. Ad Position Metrics removed: Google has removed the ad position metrics from the platform on September 30th, 2019. Google has taken this step because they felt that this metric had become less meaningful because the ad quantity shown on different pages and devices is highly variable. For example, being at position 5 on a page which shows 5 ads is also being last. Though ad position metrics have served the advertisers well, Google has introduced four new metrics like Top Impression Rate and Share which tells you how often your ads are displayed above organic results. You also have Absolute Top Impression Rate and Share which shows you how often your ads appear on top position.

Though Google Ads are beneficial for your business, you shouldn’t start with them just because someone else you know found success with the help of these ads. You need to understand if these advertisements make sense for you and your business and if they do, what type of ads would prove to be most productive for you.

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GOOGLE SHOPPING – BASICS AND ESSENTIALS

The concept of Google Shopping begun as Froogle in 2002 as introduced by Craig Nevill-Manning. Basically a price comparison service for all-purpose products sought after by the general population, it was distinctive in its method as it used Google’s web crawler to extract product data from vendor websites. The service was promoted as Google Shopping 10 years later and brought changes in its working model. With the advent of Google Shopping, merchants have to pay (through Product Listing Ads) to have their products listed for the service.

Today, Google shopping can be described as an integration of two Google tools – Google Merchant Center and Google AdWords. It functions just as before – to allow users to search and compare prices of products from different vendors. The search results include an image, title, description, business name and other fields to describe the product in a way that exactly suits the buyer audience. Through Google Shopping, your products are displayed on Google, other sites and also mobile interfaces. A simple process that occurs in two major sections allows for smooth enrolment and you are only charged once your product is clicked.

The first step is to create a Google Merchant Center Account. Google Merchant center is a complimentary tool to AdWords where you upload your inventory to permit is availability on other Google tools. Before setting up an account in Merchant center, you need to have a working website that represents your online store as this is where your customers will be redirected. You may use the link: google.com/merchants or set it through Google AdWords by selecting Merchant Center under the Tools section. By default, Google allows one store per merchant center account. You may run multiple stores in one account by contacting Google through a designed process. Each store is given a unique ID by Google which is known as the Merchant identifier. The account set up includes fields such as business location, store name, website and contact details. Before you complete the process, you will be required to verify your website.

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Once the Merchant center account is set up, you may now set up the Google Shopping campaign in AdWords. Once you login to your AdWords account, click the campaign drop down menu (in the campaigns tab) and select Shopping. You will be prompted to set up your campaign by giving it a name, selecting your merchant identifier ID, country of sale and locations of target. Once this is done, set up an Adgroup that will contain the product group. This product group will contain all the products that you wish to display. You may set up the bids according to your business insights. Variations can be done in the AdWords settings so that you have multiple product groups with varying bids.

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Google Shopping set up is as simple as that! But its benefits are great as they allow you as a vendor and your products to be broadcasted widely to an appropriate set of audience which drives in relevant results for your business. For any further information on Google AdWords, Merchant center or Google Shopping, please contact us on info@bmconsulting.in. You may also visit our website www.bmconsulting.in to get further insights.

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Important Steps for Keyword Analysis in Google AdWords

Whether you are writing a blog, content, title, description, campaigns, videos or performing any other promotional activities for your website, all stated activities will not work well unless you know the right keyword.  Keyword is the query or search term triggered by the user, it occurs when a user look for any information or wants to buy some stuff on web. If you want to find right keywords you need to think from the perspective of user. Why is the user triggering this keyword, what makes him to do that and all such possible questions  which can lead him to visit your website all come under keyword analysis. And that is why content writing has to perfectly integrated with appropriate keywords.

Google AdWords provides a keyword planner tool that gives us a right direction in the journey of keyword analysis. When We  enter  the potential keyword into keyword planner tool , its search volume on the web can be found for the selected time period, and also how much competitive this keyword is. Keyword analysis is a long process from the embarkment of website to endless promotional activities. so,  even if you are website has been completed, your keyword analysis will still be on. Let’s discuss some important steps for keyword analysis –

If an ecommerce website is planning to increase its sale, its first step will be to increase its visitors or its online presence over web.

How will a visitor find you on the web?

Let’s say you are selling bottles online.  visitors may approach your website by triggering search terms such as bottle, water bottle etc., These are known as keyword for your website. To improve your online presence you need to include potential keywords into your website content.  Now, our next step is to find out what keywords people are generally searching most or volume of related keyword. Here, the role of keyword planner tool comes –

 Keyword Planner Tool – 

Find New Keywords & Search Volume Data

In the keyword planner tool you will find a search box in which you can enter your keyword and get its search volume. Considering the keyword “bottle”;  average monthly searches for keyword bottle is 165,000 as shown in the figure, meaning that 165K people are searching for “bottle” in a month. This gives you a basic idea about your visitors.

Keyword by Relevancy – Along with keyword “bottle”, the planner tool also suggests  related keywords or keywords by relevancy.

Competition – Besides the average monthly searches, find a column named competition, which  is defined by Low, Medium, and High. Competition is defined as how competitive this keyword is in the market or how many people are using this keyword and ranking in google searches

  • Low – Low means competition for keyword is low or less competitors are using these keywords. Example – Bottle
  • Medium – Medium competition is in between low and high. Example- Bottle of water, pet bottle
  • High – Competition is very high for these keywords or large competitors are using these keywords and ranking. Example – glass bottles, plastic bottles

There are two ways people can found your website

  1. Organic Search (without Ads)
  2. PPC (with Ads)

(1) For organic search – Organic search refers to the situation when your website is ranking in google search engine without running any paid Ads. For a new website, if we use low and medium competitive keywords, it would be easy to rank. We can use more than one low competitive keywords in our website content and sum of search volume of all those keywords will gain high traffic. High competitive keywords will have to face very high competition to rank.

(2) For Pay Per Click (PPC) – In PPC you can create Ads for Low-Med-High competitive keywords and these ads can be monitor for 1 to 2 months. After monitoring we can track the result of Ads, Ads with high conversion has the most favourable keywords for your website.

Keyword analysis helps in finding new market. It gives assistance to understand the demand and supply graph for particular product by furnishing search volume for potential keywords. It anticipates the market yields and enhances marketer’s decision making power.

Whether you need Analytics services for your website or keyword optimisation for your online marketplace storefront (Amazon, Flipkart etc), feel free to contact us for professional help!

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Why Should You Invest in Paid Google Campaigns?

Back to the fundamentals –  what are Paid Google Campaigns? Let me pause here and give a some simple definitions used in Google for marketing:

Chattels in Paid Campaign:

  • Advertisement
  • List of Search Engines
  • Payment:
    • When ad is clicked(Pay-Per-Click PPC)
    • When ad is displayed (Cost-Per-Impression CPM)

   Paid Search Marketing Process

Source: marketfunction.com

Keyword Research:

Consider a keyword list based on the Company’s product and services which is done by crawling the Company’s website and pick the keywords which have much relevance. After pulling possible keywords from the site, the next step is to cluster them into specific groups. This is where you put yourself in users mind.

Ad Copy Writing:

What matters with ads? Just annoying things for people. The answer is No. There is a fun exercise in creating a provoking ad.  The ad copy usually runs between the title and the display URL. It is just a crackerjack tool not only to describe the Ads destination but also serves as effective for the visitor who might be interested that has bought the ad up.

Landing Page:

The key point to be noted is that the Home Page has actual difference from the Landing Page. It is an independent web page offbeat from the main home page. The Landing Page shouldn’t swamp the visitor with several links. The speed of the landing page loading is a significant point. When a visitor clicks an ad,  he/she should be directed to a particular web page with a catchy overlook and not to be directed to Home Page again.

Campaign Setup:

The basic idea we get is from questioning our self as “what type of Campaign Do I need to create?” Once setup then there are series of questions to be raised in mind as

  • Who are the target audience?
  • Location and languages
  • Bids and Budget

Tracking and Testing:

The final step is to evaluate the Campaign performance. Focus on what to be achieved by this Campaign and search according to the result to be achieved. The landing page performance can be checked for entire account or even the specific ad group. The result is targeted based on the Campaign mission.

Let’s get to the crucial part of the talk

Does investing in Paid Campaign fetch you desired result?

To all appearances it is a big YES. But let me tell you how.

Paid search is like head-to-foot for Targeting. Company target based on the products and services to get the more revenue to business. Target a specific group based on age, interest, location and all available options present to hook the advertiser.

In this fast growing world, everybody wants on hand payoff.  Paid campaign gives an immediate result for the accomplishment of the process.

Wrangle more for the exposure. The Google search page contains enormous amount of data where all data competes for visitor’s scrutiny. With this incredible platform getting a position in first page is achievement and listed more number of times is a big deal coming to the door step.

So, with right intelligence and good patience paid search campaign tied up with organic search could get you more traffic and conversion rate which seems to be lost only with organic search.

If you are interested in taking up paid advertisements with Google, you may as well brush up your basic knowledge about Google AdWords. Or, make life easier! You may review our Paid campaign packages and contact us to help you out with it!

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Basic Concepts of the Google AdWords Tool

Google AdWords is an advertising service through which advertisers can promote their products by publishing on Google and its advertising network. If you use Google AdWords smartly, it will generate quality leads and customers for your business. It is important to know the basics of Campaigns, ads, keywords and most important to learn ad ranks and quality score.

adwords

Google AdWords Account – For using AdWords tool, you have to create an AdWords account, simply login with Gmail. Once you login you can create campaigns using relevant keywords, which you can research using the keywords planner tool. AdWords provides keyword planner tool to select the keywords which provides best results

Keyword planner tool – Keywords are the basic building blocks for any ads. These are the very search-terms that are used by users when searching through the internet, which ultimately drive traffic to your website. Through Keyword researching you can get relevant Keywords for your campaigns.

Campaigns – Once you have sorted out relevant keywords, build your campaign using these keywords. While creating campaigns you need to select the location (where your product or service is available to customers) and bidding (the amount of money you are planning to spend in a day for each keyword). Choose location and bidding wisely to generate quality leads.

Under one campaign many ad groups can be created and under ad group, ads are created. Ads are an important factor in all campaigns because customers interact directly with Ads. While creating ad groups you have to enter address of your landing page, which forms the port of consumer attraction and traffic collection.

Landing Page – When a user clicks on your ads it is redirected to a page that page is called as a landing page. According to Google’s guidelines, landing page should match with search terms or keywords. As ranking of ad is highly depended upon relevancy of ads

Ad Rank – Ranking of ads is based on maximum cost per click (CPC). Whenever anyone clicks on ad the amount is charged for one click is defined as the cost per click. Generally, higher the bid amount higher will be the ad position. Ad rank is calculated on two components one is bid amount and the other is quality scores.

Quality Scores – It is one of the important factors to determine ad ranks. Google determines relevancy of keyword and landing page, if both are highly relevant than preference will be given to most relevant ad in deciding ranking. Even if any advertiser is paying maximum cost but if his ad relevancy is lesser then his ad may not mandatory rank first. On the other hand, if any advertiser’s ad relevancy is very high but paying lesser amount than required for first ranking may achieve highest rank.

Now, your ad is ready, google takes some time to approve your ad before it goes live. Monitoring of campaign should be done to find out which ad or AdWords group is bringing more conversion, also find what keywords attracting customers to visit your site. Then, use those keywords more shrewdly in building more potential ads.

When it comes to adWords, keyword research and keyword analysis play a very crucial role. Next comes in the landing page which must be strong enough to hold your customers that have arrived through advertisement. Apart from Google Adwords, SEO also gives potential results for online marketing. Take a look at some SEO strategies and SEO tips. You may contact us for any further insights.

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