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Pay-per-click (PPC) is a strategy that drives traffic and conversions to your website at a fast rate. You get to see results instantly that it’s almost enough to make you cry. Our Successful PPC campaigns generate profit faster than other online marketing methods — faster than SEO. But when used together and implemented expertly, your business has so much potential to grow and develop in ways you don’t expect.


Why Choose Us?

Specialize in providing custom PPC solutions that bring meaningful business impact. Beyond driving your conversion rate, our team is constantly finding innovative ways to improve your campaigns and grow your business. By combining advanced tools with industry-leading techniques, we are able to create PPC ads that dramatically improve your bottom line.


Benefits of PPC Advertising

Pay-per-click advertising is a wonderful way to promote your business. PPC gets you in front of customers when they’re looking for services, products, or businesses like yours in Google Search, and on Google Maps as well. Pay only for the results, and no more. You pay for clicks on the advert only.

Formerly Google AdWords, Google Ads gives you full control of you advertising costs. You get a budget cap, so you’ll never spend more than your monthly budget. In addition, you get to start and stop your ads any time of your choosing.

PPC advertising helps you:

  • Get your audience’s attention.
  • Appear in the search results.
  • Rise above competitors with video ads.
  • Showcase your inventory through shopping ads.
  • Endorse your app through app campaigns.



Pay Per Click Services

Get More Quality Leads • Increase Sales • Maximise Your Return On Investment

Google Search Ads
Your ads can appear with Google search results when your keywords are relevant to a user's search.
Social Ads
Ads can appear in News Feed, News Feed on mobile and in the Right Column of FB on desktop.
Local Service Ads
Ads will show up for customers in your area, pay if a customer contacts directly through the ad.
Google Display Network
Provides advertisers to place ads on relevant web pages and websites across the Internet.
Youtube Ads
Advertising your video on YouTube or in search results so you can maximize your user reach.
Google Shopping
Google service that allows consumers to search for, compare, and shop for physical products.

What our PPC Packages include?

We know our service yields excellent results and that once you start doing Pay Per Click Advertising with us, you’ll end up staying for the long-haul however we don’t lock-in contracts. You can cancel our service at any time.

  • Account Setup
  • Keyword Research
  • Ad campaign copywriting
  • Google Analytics Integration
  • Conversion Tracking
  • Mobile Ads
  • Progress Reports
  • Campaign management
  • Landing Page Optimization Review

Start Plan

$ 450
Small Business
  • Monthly - No Contract, Cancel Anytime


$ 700
For any business
  • Monthly - No Contract, Cancel Anytime

How Do PPC Services Work?

Getting started with PPC is quite simple. Here’s our transparent and straightforward process.

Step 1: Contact us

You can inquire about or PPC advertising services by submitting this simple form to let us know that you're interested.

Step 2: Getting Back to You

We will get back to you in less than 24 hours. We'll review your request, and return to you with a couple of questions to help us better understand your business and its current status.

Step 3: Define Business Goals

We'll work closely with you to help define your online business goals and explain in detail about our plans to work on your campaigns. This includes in-depth discussions about your monetary goals, past experiences, your products and/or services, your current and your target customers, your competition, and anything else that can help us understand your business and your industry. End result involves a detailed proposal and what to expect in terms of cost, traffic and conversions, and advertising spend.

Step 4: Set Up PPC Campaigns

After we've agreed to work together, our PPC specialist will help you in setting up your campaigns on whichever PPC platform agreed upon.

Step 5: Optimise PPC Campaigns

While optimising your PPC campaigns, you can also get more money in the long-run. As you run your business, your PPC specialist will be busy optimising your campaigns to get you better results. The goal each month is to get you more customers at lower costs.

Step 6: Reporting

Transparency is a critical part of our PPC services. We send you regular updates and a monthly report that lets you know the status of your campaigns and our next steps. Our report will show you where your money has been spent, what were the results, give you a month-to-month comparison, and more.

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FAQ: PPC Advertising

PPC is a lucrative business for website owners. That's why you'll notice millions of websites offering affordable PPC services. They grace pages regularly. The exact number of digital marketing sites that offer PPC services are unknown. However, you can easily see PPC ads appearing on thousands of sites that your clients use, reaching them wherever they are.
It depends on the bidding strategy. You set up a maximum that you want to pay, and Google can spend up to 20% more for that bid. There are other bidding strategies, of course, that allows Google to increase the cost of bids. The maximum a client can spend in a day would be up to 2x the max daily spend, and not more than 120% of the month overall. Depending on your goals and budget, we can customise a strategy for your Google Ads to get pleasing ROI.
The location of your ads depends on your desired area of placement, and the amount of competition that exists for each search term that you're bidding on. You can end up on page 1 or page 3, depending on the outcome of the auction. Wherever your ads are relevant, Google will display them.
SEM stands for Search Engine Marketing. It comprises of all marketing that is related to a search engine, like Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc. This type of marketing relates to search (text ads). Think Google Shopping ads, ads in Google Maps, the Google Display Network, and even YouTube. On the other hand, PPC stands for Pay Per Click. It involves paying for a search ad campaign. You jump into an auction, and if someone clicks on your ad, you pay for that click. There are other ways to pay for ads in SEM too; like cost per 1,000 impressions (CPM), cost per conversion, and cost per view (CPV).
Remarketing is when you present ads to people that have already interacted with your brand. You can install something called a "cookie" on your site. It follows the person that's been on your website across the internet. This is a remarketing strategy that's usable in Google Search, Shopping, Display, and YouTube ads. On the other hand, Google Display Network is a conglomerate of more than 4 million sites across the globe where Google ads can show. These sites are identified by different topics and industries. If you have a display campaign using the GDN, you can pick which sites to show your ads to, define demographics, and placements that will impact target customers the most.
Don't fall for a PPC agency that won't communicate or give you details about the progression of your PPC campaign. Choose affordable PPC services that regularly communicate with you and give you regular updates about your campaign. We value the communication we have with our clients. Your feedback matters to us, and that's why we'll update you on a daily basis. Through communication, we can improve the deliver of our services.
In a sense, yes. Within Google Ads, you can make use of location extensions. They tie in with Google Maps and Google My Business. So, when someone searches in Google Maps for, let's say, 'catering services near me,' you'll appear on their searches if your business does offer catering services in the determined are.

Quality scores is a score out of 1-10 that you receive. It indicates the quality of your ads. Quality score involves expected CTR, ad relevance, and the landing page experience. Impression share is the number of times your ad was served to someone divided by the amount of times it's eligible to be served.
This behavior is referred to as 'click fraud.' Google has a few methods of hindering this. It bots are being used to continuously click on ads, Google will block all activity from its IP address. That's why you don't have to worry about paying for clicks from that particular address. However, if the ad is clicked on manually, it will count as a normal.
A broad match is an option that can be attached to your ads against searches that might include comparable words, misspellings, and searches that are related or with relevant variants. Phrase match makes your ads visible in searches that match phrases and your keywords. These need to be accurate though. Any searches with different words inserted into the phrase won't display your ads. Exact matches are ads that show when people search with the exact keywords. This helps if you're offering specific products. And negative match is a setting that lets you exclude your ads from searches that include a particular keyword.
You can track the success of your PPC campaigns and its overall progression with a couple of means. One way to do it is to determine success based on click-through rate (CTR), which shows how many people are keen to learn more about your offering. You can also gauge your quality score, and it's determined by a combination of your keyword performance, ads, landing page performance, and other factors. You can also analyse cost per conversion (CPC), to see how much is being spent in order to gain new clients and examine ROI. Google Analytics and Google Ads can also be used to collect valuable insights on how your ads are performing. The easy way is to leave it to us and our PPC management services. You can rest assured that we'll keep you informed.
They sound similar, but they're both very different. CPC happens when you pay for someone clicking on your ad. CPM is when you pay for whenever your ad is displayed. Both are valuable metrics, depending on the type of results that you're after.
Several factors that determine costs in PPC services include the bid. In PPC, your bid is how much you're willing to pay for someone to click on your ad. You may pay less than your bid, but you won't pay more than your bid. Targeting is another factor. From keywords to demographics, you can use this to influence your PPC costs. And lastly, ad quality. Quality score matters in PPC advertising. Big brands can't pay to win in PPC because ad networks, like Google Ads, look at the quality and relevance of the ads. High-quality ads can maintain lower costs than low-quality ads.
PPC services can work in different ways, depending on your ad type or ad network. When discussing how PPC advertising services work, lots of experts refer to Google's process. If you advertise on Google, you can expect a process like this: Users make searches on the Google search engine; Google launches the ad auction and compiles relevant ads along with their quality scores; the auction looks at each ad's bid, quality, and potential impact before being assigned an Ad Rank; and, Google delivers the ads by order of highest Ad Rank to lowest Ad Rank. During ad auction, here's the formula Google uses to calculate your CPC: CPC = Ad Rank of the ad below your / Your Quality Score + $0.00.