Search Engine Marketing (SEM)

Fewer clicks for your target
market to find your brand

Ready to promote your brand or services in a specific area or to a certain age group?

Search Engine Marketing (SEM) can give you all you need for a quick, easy, and efficient way to reach your intended target market, both locally and worldwide.

“Can Google AdWords work for my business?” is the question entrepreneurs most commonly ask me. No matter what you do for a living, the answer is yes! With proper analysis and strategy, search engine marketing (SEM) can support any type of business. So far every client I have worked with has found that the time and money invested in AdWords delivers measurable ROI. Truth is 97% of Google’s total revenue come from advertising (Google Investor relation), and businesses make an average of $2 in revenue for every $1 they spend on AdWords (Google Economic Impact Report).

There are numerous benefits of using the AdWords advertising program. You get an immediate response from the audience, have total control and flexibility to change any criteria of your campaign (geographic locations, age groups, gender, etc.), and receive detailed reporting of the time and money you have spent. There is no minimum investment requirement; you can start with $1 and grow as you see the results. But know that AdWords combined with SEO generates a return greater than the individual parts can achieve.

The key is ad set-up – testing and actively managing your paid search campaigns to maximize leads and ROI. I only work with successful pay-per-click (PPC) advertising programs: Google Adwords, Microsoft Advertising, and many other well-known and widely used affiliate marketing campaigns.

No matter what your goal, my brand visibility & awareness techniques always remain the same: Analyze Current Branding Activity & Explore Opportunities , Prepare Branding Plan & Technical Tactics , Integrate Branding & Go Live and Conversion Optimization. These steps help me understand the ins and outs of your business to keep you on top.

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