Pay Per Click advertising can be the most effective form of online advertising… or it can suck the money right out your bank account.

To use it profitably, you need to do two things…

Optimising Your PPC Campaign On “Both Sides Of The Click”

One side is working on your Google Ads account, increasing your website traffic by…

· Discovering additional keywords that can bring you qualified prospects

· Writing new ads that will get you a higher click rate

· Increasing your quality scores… which will give you higher ad positions (which means an even higher click rate)

· Re-organising your account so searchers see ads that closely relate to their search

· Taking advantage of Adwords “ad extensions” that make your ads stand out from the crowd

· Optimising bids so, where possible, your ads show on the left… where the click rate is 10-20 times the click rate on the right hand side

· Using my bag of “tricks” – I’ve been managing PPC accounts since 2006. Over those years, I’ve bult up a “bag of tricks” that give my clients the edge over their competitors. I discovered these “tricks” by doing tens of thousands of ad tests for over 100 different clients

… And cutting your costs by…

· Eliminating keywords that are losing you money.

· Blocking unwanted ad impressions (My clients are usually shocked to see what their ads were being shown for!)

· Increasing quality scores (If you increase from 4/10 to 8/10, you only have to pay half as much for your clicks)

(Click here to discover how I improved the profits of a 7 year old, professionally managed account by 643% in 7 months.)

The “Second” Side Of The Click – where the biggest profits are

The “other side of the click” is what happens after the searcher arrives at your site.

So I’ll also work with you to increase the selling rate (also known as the conversion rate) of your site.

After all, there’s no point in paying for clicks and then wasting your PPC budget by letting your visitors slip through your fingers, is there?

My clients frequently get increases of 20-30% in their website conversion, which means an extra 20-30% in sales… and that’s for all their traffic, not just pay per click.

(My record is a 481% increase in conversion rate for one of my clients – almost 6 times as many sales from the same number of visitors!)

This is the secret to PPC success.The higher your conversion rate, the more a visitor is worth to you. The more a visitor is worth to you, the more you can afford to bid.

And with 95% of clicks going to ads at the top of the page, the goal is to be able to bid enough to be at the top.

That’s why my approach – “Working both sides of the click” – is so effective compared to “normal” ppc approaches.

Exceptional Results

It’s this two-pronged approach – working on “both sides of the click” – that creates exceptional results for my clients. You can read about some of them on the testimonials page.

And, as I’m also a marketing consultant and professional copywriter, you’ll have someone on board who can also advise you on other aspects of your marketing and advertising.

So, if you want to profit from PPC, please check out my ppc services.

Steve Gibson

About Me

Steve Gibson

PPC Manager

I've been managing and optimising PPC accounts since 2006.

What my clients are saying

“Saved Over £100,000”

“Steve has delivered a cost saving to us in excess of £100,000 since taking over our campaign. He has improved the campaigns immensely and always backs up his claims with clear stats. He is a true professional.” – Yan Gabay

“I’m getting 20 times as many enquiries”

“I spent substantial money on PPC and barely saw any return at all. Since hiring Steve to manage my adwords – and making the changes he suggested for my website – I’m getting 20 times as many enquiries (I’ve counted them – a 2,000% increase!) and my adwords campaign is now very profitable.” - Ian Ashworth

“The difference you’ve made to my business is astounding!”

“It’s been over two months now and I’ve been so busy this is the first day I’ve had off. The difference you’ve made to my business is astounding!” - Anthony O’Neill

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