Paid search, social and display campaigns built specifically around your requirements
PPC is a science. And just like science, it can be a technical and bewildering place to be at times. Things can change fast, and new innovations mean that PPC marketing is a continually-evolving environment. There’s a vast array of strategies, tactics and approaches that can be deployed. So, for a campaign to thrive, it needs human insight.
That’s where we come in. We listen to your objectives and tailor our approach specifically to you and the challenges you’re facing. We always keep things simple, and focus on what matters: results.
We apply a range of best-practice strategies and approaches to all campaigns across a range of paid channels. Every campaign we design is tailored to individual client briefs or challenges, but we use a consistent, tried and tested approach to ensure our PPC strategy delivers results.
We dive deep into your brief to truly understand the challenges you’re facing both from a business perspective and a marketing point-of-view. In this phase, we benchmark historic performance against competitors and analyse your website’s conversion performance.
Our PPC strategy consists of three core elements: target market profiling, keyphrase research and conversion optimisation recommendations. We integrate all three elements to create one, unified overarching strategy designed with ROI in mind.
Agile bidding tactics
We use our strategy to define a series of initial bidding tactics, tailored to campaign objectives. In-line with our Experiment > Measure > Optimise mantra, we continually test and evaluate the relative success of these tactics and refine our approach to drive continuous campaign improvement.
We focus our measurement exclusively on the metrics and KPIs that matter most to you, allowing you to clearly see the progress we’re making. Our reporting is also designed to deliver insights and recommendations, over mere statistics without context.
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