An effective digital marketing strategy doesn’t comprise of just one factor, but a combination of different tools. PPC (Pay per Click) is a part of such formula, that when used properly, will drive traffic to your online business.
In 2012, half of agencies reported an increase in ROI from PPC. This shows proper use of PPC can be a great step towards your business’ success.
To learn more about PPC, take a look at these 5 resources we have gathered for you.
Intermediate Level. By Amanda Sibley on Hubspot Blog
Most internet marketers are moving away from PPC and towards other strategies like social media marketing and blogging. In this article, you will learn about certain situations when PPC could be a good tactic, such as driving quick results and targeting your niche audience.
Intermediate Level. By Chris Darabi on Hubspot Blog
This resource provides the easiest and quickest ways to stay on top of your customers’ minds using PPC. Model number campaigns, long-tail keyword expansion, competitive campaign, and pricing in ads are explored.
Intermediate Level. By David Kirkpatrick on MarketingSherpa
This post features a case study on how Paycheck was able to achieve 98% more leads and 43% less cost-per-acquisition (CPA). It involves 6 steps, from uncovering the problem areas in data collection to using new insights to improve automated bidding. You will learn how tracking data on PPC will strengthen your online advertising strategy.
Intermediate Level. By Tim Niziak on Pardot
With the trend of customers no longer limited to PCs when using the Internet, Google Adwords restructures their game plan by going multi-device for Ad campaigns. This resource provides you with information on the new enhanced campaigns to understand the changes better.
Advanced Level. By Larry Kim on Hubspot Blog
Account Activity and Quality Score are the two metrics that are closely linked to success. In this article, the previous statement is backed up by statistics and important tips you should keep in mind to optimize your PPC campaigns.
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