Achieving Better Google Adwords

For many local business owners in Nashville middle Tennessee; achieving better Google Adword results can be a daunting task says James Dean @ iHumanMedia.com. Over the years, we’ve created several instructional videos designed to help your business achieve better Google advertising results. Note below the Google Adwords video to gain insight on Internet marketing.

Your Google advertising budget doesn’t have to be lot’s of money, in fact iHumanMedia.com has helped many business owners capture top Google ranking with less than $250 total. Return on investment for ads on Google is often profitable when combined with a proper mobile responsive web site design.

iHumanMedia.com manages Google Adwords campaigns finding the correct mix of keywords that draw maximum traffic at low cost which requires about 12-hours per week monitoring. Using Google’s keyword tool is effective combined with other web analytic apps like Hypestat adds Mr. Dean. 

Rotating the Google Adwords is necessary as consumer search patterns change throughout the year and seasonally. Also, keep in mind that social networks like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Pinterest are great channels to broadcast your message for better customer relationship management (CRM).

Google adwords propels traffic to your site often resulting in better organic listing. However, high quality organic search engine optimization is also predicated on carefully crafted content writing that also incorporates word phrases that target geography and consumer interest profiles. Checkout Internet Marketing Taboos; a joint study with Google and Microsoft … 

Google AdWords is the leading search engine for PPC campaigns and an essential tool for any business who wants to get involved with paid search advertising. With 67% market share and significantly higher impressions and click through rates than other search engines, adopting AdWords seems like the obvious choice. However, iHumanMedia.com also recommends you consider other PPC networks like the Yahoo, Twitter and Facebook. For example, Retargeting Google ads can drastically reduce CPC.

Google AdWords

Controlling almost 2/3 of the market, Google is the dominant player in the paid search advertising industry with its paid search impressions increasing over the last year by roughly 38%. Google is in a strong position and doesn’t show signs of weakening.

Google AdWords consists of two networks: Google Search Network and Google Search Partners. The Google Search Network displays ads on all of its search related sites such as Google Search, Google Shopping and Google Maps. The Google Display Network also displays ads on affiliate sites such as Gmail, Blogger, YouTube and Google Finance; although not directly related to its search functions. Be sure to target your audience demographic. 

Yahoo! Bing Network

In 2009, Yahoo! and Bing merged to create the Yahoo! Bing Network in which Bing would take over control of Yahoo!’s search operation. The YBN has been useful for smaller marketing budgets and is grabbing more market share. Since its inception, YBN has not been able to compare to Google AdWords on the size of its market share and reach. However, if we look below the surface you begin to see the silver lining for the Yahoo! Bing Network.

Like Google, Bing also allows businesses to advertise through two different networks: Bing Search Network and Bing Content Network. The Bing Search Network advertises on all of Bing and Yahoo!’s direct properties. The Bing Content Network includes Bing and Yahoo! owned and operated sites as well as partner sites that have a specific focus to make for relevant ad placement. Also, to make it convenient for its customers, YBN has made it easy to upload existing Google Ads into their networks for an easy and seamless switch.

Why should I consider Yahoo! Bing Network?

On average, Yahoo! Bing Network’s cost per click is 50-70% less than Google AdWords and the impressions vary in cost from 76-90% less. There is also 36% less competition on Yahoo! Bing than on Google AdWords. This proves to be especially useful for small companies who may have a smaller marketing budget and don’t want to break the bank trying to get a first page SERP.

Bing also has a very helpful customer service department that is willing to help small companies that spend at least $500 a month. Google has a good customer service department too, as long as you spend a minimum $500,000 a year, which is an entirely different scale of paid advertising.

With Yahoo! Bing you can increase your advertising reach by up to 30% with an additional 150+ million users and of that a little over 45 million users only use Yahoo! Bing and never Google. For the smaller companies who may not have a marketing budget to support the high prices and competition from Google AdWords, the Yahoo! Bing Network is perfect.

We understand solely using Yahoo! Bing may not be for everyone, after all, every company is different. But perhaps, if your marketing budget allows, you could try leveraging both.

Using multiple search engines like Google with social media networks like Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest will help your business reach more people says James Dean @ iHumanMedia.com.