Setting Up Contextual Advertising
Contextual advertising is a paid (or «sponsored») search result placed among other, non-paid (or «organic») search results on Google or Bing search results page. These results are usually placed at the top of the page. The advertiser pays only if a user clicks on the ad and gets redirected to the target web page, hence the name - pay per click.
What you get by launching a contextual advertising campaign:
- your ad at the top of Google or Bing search results page
- steadily increasing traffic flow to your website
- a boost in your brand recognition
- an increase in your sales
More 70% of our clients choose Google as their primary advertising platform, 18% to 20% goes to Microsoft Bing, and the rest is divided between Yahoo and other minor search engines. If you order campaigns in both Google and Bing, you will reach out at least 90% of your target audience, which would be a wise thing to do.
Setting Up a Remarketing Ad Campaign
Remarketing ad campaigns are based on showing relevant ads to those visitors who have already visited your website and performed a certain action.
For example, a visitor on your website added a product to his/her cart but didn’t finish the checkout process. If your remarketing campaign is on, this visitor will be shown the relevant product ad on Google or Bing partner websites.
As with contextual advertising, here you also pay per click, not per number of impressions.
What you get by launching a remarketing advertising campaign:
- returning customers to your website and a higher conversion as a result
- increased brand recognition
- increased sales
Some of the people who leave your website, don't even remember its name. Remarketing is here to help you bring these visitors back, as they have already had experience with your website and are likely to have a higher conversion.
Google Display Network
Display network is a type of advertising that suggests showing an ad or banner on the Google or Bing partner websites according to the targeting settings. As with other types of advertising, here you also pay per click, not per number of impressions.
What you get by launching a display network campaign:
- wide audience reach
- website traffic growth
- quick response to the special offer or promo
- brand recognition and user loyalty
Display Network advertising is the easiest way to put your brand name out there and promote your product or service.
Complete List of SEM Services and Prices
Setting Up Contextual Advertising
Contextual Search Advertising Campaign Optimization
Transferring the PPC Campaign to Another Account
Creating Remarketing Lists for Search Ads (RLSA)
Remarketing Setup in Google AdWords
Dynamic Remarketing Setup in Google AdWords
Setting Up Display Network in Google AdWords
Setting Up Ads on YouTube
Setting Up E-Commerce Tracking
Setting Up Targeted Ads on Social Networks
Remarketing Setup on Social Networks
Here’s how we work on SEM projects
- Client briefing + defining the campaign goals
- Signing the agreement
- Banner design, ad copywriting
- Setting up the campaign
- Launching the campaign and optimizing it
- Drawing up a report
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