• Satisfied Client.
    Satisfied Client.

    Remebering With Roses

    The Challenge. They wanted a new online presence that was more user friendly and better showcased their great handmade jewelry.

    The Solution. Simplified navigation. New store with Facebook integrated login. Joomla content manager for easy updating.

  • Make An Impression.
    Make An Impression.

    Don't hand out just any business card.

    All cards are custom designed.  Choose from single or double sided, full color or BW (if you must), ronded or straight corners, and with or without a UV coating.  

    Not only do they look good, they won't break the bank.  Contact me to find out more.

Google Adwords

  • Thursday, 21 February 2013 21:58

On Facebook I recently posted: "Ever thought about giving Google Adwords a try? Let me know and I'll send you an offer code to get $100 worth of advertising when you spend $25. New Adwords accounts only."

If you aren't using Google Adwords you may not be that familiar with it.  Adwords is pay per click advertising, meaning you pay when someone clicks on your ad. These ads show usually on the right in the Google search results.

How much do you pay per click?  Well that depends of course on the keywords you use for your advertising. Google has a tool to estimate your keyword cost.  Remember this is pay per click so you are only charge when someone clicks on the ad.  If the first keyword you entered is to high, work with some other ones.  The tool will allow you make a more informed decision when choosing what keywords to use and help you to maximize your advertising budget. 

With Google Adwords you set a budget.  There are no minimum spending requirements.  You set your daily budget and you also get to specify the maximum amount you are willing to pay per click.  On a shoestring budget but want to drive some visitors to your site?  We'll make the math easy here, $1 a day at a $0.10 per click maximum will get you between 280 and 310 visitors a month.  

Say you live in Indiana like me, will a click benefit you if it comes form a visitor in California?  Maybe.  I do have clients in other parts of the U.S.  However, if you are paying for the click you might prefer it come from down the street. With Google Adwords you can do that, you can select a city or the cities you want your ads shown in.  

The long and short, if you have thought about trying pay per click advertising why not give it a try now. Post below, on my Facebook page, or email me and I'll send you a code that gets you $100 if you start an account and spend $25.  At a $1 a day you'd be getting just over 4 months of advertising for $25.  


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