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As a small business owner, you know how difficult it can be to bring in new business. Effective marketing is the key to acquiring new leads and sales. But developing the right campaign isn't a walk in the park for most business owners. If you're looking for a new way to bring in qualified leads, consider investing in Denver PPC services!
This digital advertising strategy can be one of the most effective marketing channels for your business.
Over a year ago, we began a collaborative partnership with one of the top chiropractors in the Denver metro area: Dr. Jeffrey McWhorter. He had been offering innovative treatments for chronic neurological conditions throughout the Denver area and decided to create his own chiropractic and neurological rehabilitation clinic. Dr. McWhorter needed the help of our branding, marketing, and PPC agency in Denver to get it up and running. Over the turbulency of the past year (2020), we were eager to lend a helping hand and we’ve seen some impressive results.
One of the best ways to acquire new clients for your business is through pay-per-click (PPC) advertising. When these kinds of digital ads are well-crafted and well-positioned, they can achieve significant results for your company. As is the case with so many small businesses, you may not know where to start with your PPC ads. What channel is best for your internet advertising efforts? How can your ads be leveraged to achieve the best results? As experts in PPC services in Denver, we wanted to provide some clarity for those who are unfamiliar with these digital advertising strategies.
In January earlier this year, Google announced their plans to remove third-party cookies from their Chrome internet browser. This change comes in the wake of resounding consumer privacy concerns across the globe. Google’s announcement has marked a significant change in the digital advertising world. There are some challenges that marketers will face in Denver and across the nation in the next 2 years. We wanted to briefly touch on how this change will impact Denver PPC advertising and how you can start to adapt today.
The search engine industry is always in a constant state of change. Out of all the top-tier search engines, Google is definitely the top change-maker. Every so often the search engine giant releases broad updates to their system. In late October of 2019, Google released yet another impressive update called BERT. Since then, the entire update has officially been rolled out internationally in over 70 languages. We wanted to discuss this update as it can have some vast implications for your Denver search engine marketing campaigns.
The search engine industry is in a constant state of change. Top-tier search engines, like Google and Bing, continuously introduce new updates and tools to meet the changing behaviors of average consumers. 2019 is drawing to a close, so there’s no better time to look forward to the next decade of search engine advertising. Trust us, you don’t want to have to play catch-up in the competitive search engine ad space. If your business uses pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, you should pay attention to rising PPC trends. With 2020 on the horizon, let’s examine a few PPC trends and how they can impact your Denver paid search advertising efforts.
The world of advertising is constantly evolving and search engine ads are no exception. From auction process changes to data privacy concerns, search engine advertising can be confusing. If your pay-per-click (PPC) ads aren’t on the right search engines, you won’t get the results you need. The search engine you choose can influence the effectiveness of your PPC in Denver. It’s important to know how advertising changes across search engines.
It seems like the tech giant, Google, is always changing or updating parts and features of their search engine. One day it may be a large document relevancy reveal and the next they are merging features together for a better user experience. FiG Advertising + Marketing is constantly researching to stay up-to-date on Google news, so today, we’ll discuss some recent feature updates to Google Ads, along with its associated products, and how they may impact your search engine marketing efforts.
At FiG we pride ourselves on creating measurable, positive ROI, and one of the most common projects we have where we’re measuring ROI on an ongoing basis is pay-per-click advertising.