Google does not share their search volume data. However, it is estimated Google processes approximately 5.8 billion searches per day and approximately 2 trillion global searches per year, and the majority of search results pages include Google ads.
Paid for by businesses, Google ads can be an extremely effective way of driving relevant, qualified traffic to your website exactly when people are searching for the types of products or services your business offers.
In this article, you’ll learn what Google ads are, how Google ads work, and why you should run your own Google ads.
Google offers paid advertisements which appear in search results on google.com with the use of Google Ads or advertisements that appear on other websites through the Display Network and Google’s AdSense program.
There are two sections of paid Google ads, one above the "natural" or organic links and one at the...
Google Ads Account Mistakes? Why You're Wasting Time With Google Search Ads... or Google text ads as they're also known.
If you're stuck on how to run Google Ads, and are uncertain about how to craft those decent ads inside your Google ads account then you're probably wasting your time...
...and in this video I explain why. If you're struggling to learn Google Ads (previously known as Google AdWords), or starting to think you might need some kind of Google certification to get on the front foot, then don't worry as I've got you covered.
This training includes some of the best performing ads we've ever recommended. I include some of the best ad copy examples you will find online - and the best thing is that you can do this yourself.
You don't need any kind of Google certification. I'm a Google partner with over 15 years experience. Let me also show you just why you need to use expanded text ads to stand out online and leapfrog your competition.
Watch this video if you want to:
I’m going to uncover the absolute truth about Google Ads for business…
Let's start by dispelling a few of those myths that are out there surrounding at Google Ads.
I've actually seen people produce supposed industry stats to support this completely false and misleading statement. Google makes nearly all of its revenue from people clicking on the ads.
Remember as an advertiser you only get charged by Google If someone clicks on the ads, so if no one is clicking on them, then Google would have gone bust years ago.
When you realise this, you understand how silly the myth is and frankly how silly the people are who say it. No one clicks on the ads.
Here are some of the #1 challenges and big frustrations that really holds people back from being successful at Google Ads.
These are the 7 "rookie mistakes" frequently made by Google Ads users and the "super-actionable" steps to fixing them fast!
Google Search Ads are just a great way to get your brand in front of your customers. A lot of people get confused over expanded text ads and how to use Google ads in general!
Watch this video if you want to learn about or how to:
Avoid the most common mistakes inside your Google Ads account
Landing pages explained to lower your bounce rate.
Why you must use negative keywords inside you Google Ads account
Why you MUST install Google Analytics tracking code
BONUS: View this complete walkthrough on how to set up Google Analytics with a free PDF which you can download here:
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Starting a brand new Google Ads account? See my checklist for getting started.
Your Google Ads Tutorial:
Over the past year, I have launched loads of new Google paid search accounts.
While the basic account structure and setup process have remained relatively consistent over the years, there have been a few recent changes that are well worth mentioning.
In this post, I will cover the basics of Google Ads account setup and share some tips on recent market changes.
Here are 7 key steps to creating a successful Google Ads account:
1. Establish Campaign Structure
Within one account, you can have as many as 1,000 campaigns. Decide what your goals are. Think about how you would like to organise your campaigns.
Common organisational techniques include:
Campaign structure is important, because budgets are set at the campaign level.
Establish your campaigns based on how you want to allocate and manage your...
P.S. What If You Could Create...
I can hear a few of you freaking out going; this is looking complicated already, though it needs to be done. It's not complicated. I am going to walk you through it, and it is essential. It is known as Google Analytics tracking and you simply must install it into your web site.
It's a little piece of code; your web developer, your web guru, or your I.T. guy will know exactly what to do. Get your web designer to install tracking on your site, just a must-do, no questions asked.
Once Google Analytics tracking is installed, it will tell you everything you need to know about your site's effectiveness, and without this knowledge, you're simply on the road to nowhere.
Among other things it’s going to tell you who your visitors are, where they arrived from, what pages are being visited the most frequently, the length of time visitors stay on each page, and how quickly they leave your page, and really how can you measure a website success without knowing the behaviour of...
If you’ve ever worked with a marketing consultant or done a Google search, you’ve probably had someone tell you to use Google Ads.
Pay-per-click (PPC) ads that appear in Google search results pages can be an effective way to generate traffic—particularly traffic that converts into customers—by jumping to the top of search results.
If you choose the right keywords and budget, you can buy your way to the top of the results page. In some cases, like the above, searchers might even need to scroll down before they get past your ads.
At the same time, Google Ads makes it easy to spend a lot of money very quickly. If you aren’t quite comfortable with what you’re doing, you could blow through your whole marketing budget.
So Are Google Ads Worth It For Small Businesses?
Here Are Six Advantages Of Google Ads:
In the purest sense, a landing page is any web page that a visitor can arrive at or “land” on.
However, when discussing landing pages within the realm of marketing and advertising, it’s more common to refer to a landing page as being a standalone web page distinct from your main website that has been designed for a single focused objective.
This means that your landing page should have no global navigation to tie it to your primary website. The main reason for this is to limit the options available to your visitors, helping to guide them toward your intended conversion goal.
Types of Landing Pages
There are two basic types of landing page, "Click Through" and "Lead Generation" (also referred to as Lead Generation or Lead Capture pages).
Click Through Landing Pages (as the name implies) have the goal of persuading the visitor to click through to another page. Typically used in ecommerce funnels, they can be used to describe a...
So you’ve decided to expand your Lead Campaign on Google Ads. Good choice!
Google has cemented itself as the go-to search engine and has moved on to capitalise on its 92.42% market share.
But the days of easy organic clicks lining your pockets are long gone.
Creating a lead-generation campaign on the Google ads platform only requires a few clicks.
Setting up a successful campaign that generates leads at a profit month after month, however, requires a lot more effort.
In this article, you’ll learn how to set up a Lead Campaign on Google Search Ads in four easy steps.
This is the reality: If you don’t compete in SEM as well, you’re letting your competitors eat the bigger piece of the pie undisturbed.
As a business, you can no longer afford not to run Google ads for any business objective, lead generation included.
A lead campaign, in this context, is an online advertising campaign dedicated to generating...