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I often hear from companies that they don’t know how much money they should put into their Google Adwords account. But let me show you how you will get your perfect PPC budget. Step by step.
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Regardless of the type of website that you own, it is imperative to drive traffic to it. After all, unless you want to be the only person who will ever see it, you will need to take steps to let people know that your site exists.
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When you hear experts preach the gospel of local SEO, they’re often praising a mixture of on-page and off-page tactics that result in natural rankings. The organic approach always makes a fine option for the simple that it’s cheap (often free) and works incredibly well. With that said, local businesses should not dismiss the value of going the premium route. That’s right. I’m talking about PPC advertising.
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Google AdWords is the alternative to search engine optimization, using advertising to bring in traffic instead of organic search results. At first glance, the two methods have very little in common, but they can be used together to create a more informed and effective marketing strategy on both fronts. From an SEO perspective, AdWords' main value lies in its potential to find and test keyword phrases with quick results.
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Google Analytics is perhaps one of the most ideal assessment tools for startups, who wish to make it big in the online marketing realm and appear as a challenging competitor to its rivals. The records, metrics and the array of valuable information the analytics provide can truly improve the performance of a website. Apart from the information on the number of page views, traffic, and others, Google Analytics also provides precious information on the Keywords, which when tracked and implemented efficiently can bring about beneficial results. So before we proceed further, let’s just see briefly about keywords, and what they mean in SEO.
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I am very happy to show you this Complete SeoCustomer Guide 2012 Q4. And it’s still free for all members of SeoCustomer. This guide contains all the post and articles from 3. Quarter 2012 about SEO, SEM, Social Media Traffic and Link Building – 159 pages.
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Who says there is competition only in business field! Well in the world of internet these days it’s a battle between Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Pay per Click (PPC). As per the research made around 90% of the people who uses internet use various search engines like Google, Bing, yahoo and MSN to get information on the products and services which they are looking for.
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However interesting your online marketing campaign may be, at the end of the day, there’s only so much it can do. It can certainly target your niche and bring in interested customers to your site, but it can’t convert all the incoming traffic into sales.
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Most of the small or medium sized businesses (SMBs) that spend money on Google Adwords don’t optimize their Google Adwords. So for all of you I have made this checklist. When I did some research for this article I found out that over half of the Adwords users haven’t checked their account in the past month and 25 percent haven’t logged in once in over 90 days. Amazing right?
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Many companies are spending tons of money on their PPC (Pay Per Click) on Google Adwords, Yahoo, Bing or even on social media like Facebook. So we have to give our PPC budget a review from time to time. How effective are our campaigns? Are we getting the maximum return of our investment?