Free evaluation of your account
There is always something in an AdWords account that can be improved and optimized. We'll give you a free evaluation of your AdWords account. Call or send us a message in the contact form.
To achieve good results, you need to follow and know how to use the right methods of targeted marketing. There are many potential sources of error here. We go through your account without any obligations and tell you what is needed to create better results.
How much does Google AdWords cost?
Advertising on Google has no fixed price and it is your budget that determines how much you or your business should spend. There are several options for paying for ads, but the most common is to pay when someone clicks on the ad, also called Pay-Per-Click (PPC).
We can quote you min and max spend after analyzing your site, market, goals, and bid amounts.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns about Google AdWords and the opportunities it may create for you.
Google Ads FAQs
You can more or less track anything in Google Ads. If you are an e-commerce seller you can track many other things. track transactions and the value of your conversions. If you offer services, you can, for example, track completed forms or telephone calls.
Other service providers, Small, Medium & Large businesses can track their goals like:
- Contact form submissions
- Phone calls
- E book downloads
- Service signups
- Quote requests etc.,
CTR (Click To Rate), also called clickthrough rate, is the parameter that measures how interesting your ads are based on clicks and exposure. Let's say 100 people see your ads and 10 of them click on, then you get 10% in clickthrough rate.
A keyword analysis is a thorough analysis that is based on finding potential and relevant keywords that will bring you more customers. The analysis is done, among other things. by looking at what competitors are using for keywords as well as finding new keywords, and then studying how much traffic or keywords respectively to be able to assess how difficult it can be to compete on the desired keywords.