Archive for the ‘Paid Search (PPC)’ Category

Are You Afraid of PPC Advertising?

With Halloween in a few days, we want to look into why some small business are afraid to run PPC advertising campaigns. After taking a closer look at some of the spooky aspects of PPC, hopefully, you will find that it is not scary, but that Pay per Click is an opportunity to help you

October 28, 2015 by Justin Miller

Are Your Wasting 25% of Your Pay per Click Budget?

  Study shows that small businesses waste 25% of their Pay per Click budget! Learn how working with a PPC certified individual/agency could help you maximize the return from your PPC advertising. Check out our Google Partners Profile Page and Bing Ads Accredited Company Profile Page   Video Transcript Hi, Justin Miller here from DaBrian

September 3, 2015 by Justin Miller

4 Ways Pay per Click (PPC) can Help Your Business Grow

Macquarie Research estimates that Google has approximately 4 million advertisers. Google has more direct advertising relationships in the digital advertising space than Facebook or Twitter. Is your business being hunted by the competition using Pay per Click (PPC) advertising or is your business hunting for new business with Google AdWords (PPC) and Bing Ads? You’ve

August 24, 2015 by Daniel Laws

Expand Your Home and Garden Business With Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing comes in all shapes and sizes. For those with businesses in the home and garden field, there lies a recognizable opportunity for your business to grow and bloom with digital marketing. Email marketing, Pay per Click (PPC) advertising, and social media can all positively impact your business if you develop the right niche

July 29, 2015 by Brett Shenk

Ecommerce Website Platforms That Help Grow Your Business!

Make Sure Your Ecommerce Website Platform Is Up To Par With summer time quickly passing by, the daunting thought of back to school shopping approaches every parents mind. If your Ecommerce platform is not up to par with your competition, parents will be choosing them over you for their back to school needs. Even if

July 8, 2015 by Justin Miller