Talk about revolutionary, Google Pay Per click has changed the way that most small, medium and large sized businesses do their online marketing and advertising. This is with out doubt the biggest development the internet has seen in many years. Whether you are aware of what Google Pay Per click is or not then you should read on.
Over the last few months I have spoken with many Buy Google Reviews small business owners that are actively incorporating Google PPC into their marketing and advertising strategy, and yet 90% of them are having no real success and are losing out on a fortune.
Just to make things very transparent…never has there been a single marketing strategy that has so dramatically improved the performance and success within such a short space of time.
Getting to truly understand the advanced fundamentals of Google Pay Per click would require writing a VERY lengthy article, so for the moment I shall bring you up to date and cover the basics so that you know the essentials.
Very basically, Google Pay Per click means that you can pay to have your advertisement displayed at the top of Google’s search results. That’s it, simple. So for example if you sell Gardening Tools, within 1 hour you can have your advert displayed at the top of the results whenever someone searches for ‘Gardening Tools’. And the greatest news is that you actually only pay when some one clicks on your advert, hence ‘pay per click’ or ‘pay when someone clicks’.
The cost of each ‘click’ is dependent upon how many other people are also paying to be listed using the same keywords i.e. Gardening Tools. So the more people that want to use the same keyword, the more the cost of each click increases – the more competition there is, the higher the price is. What’s great though is that you can set a daily budget so you remain in control of the expenditure.
What’s very important to understand is that what Google has done by creating Google Pay Per Click advertising is created the most effective Direct Marketing tool possible. There is no other instance where it is so easy and fast to reach qualified potential customers. Everyone that clicks through to your site via Google Pay Per Click has done so because they are interested in what you do or sell – there are very few ‘random’ visitors, otherwise known as ‘non-qualified’ traffic.