If that’s the case, Facebook’s pay-per-impression style might be just for you. Every time a Facebook user sees your ad, you’ll be charged a little something, but you won’t have to pay extra once they flock to your site.
What about if you are aiming at a specific audience and the majority of the people who see your ads might not click on them, but the ones that do are likely to give you a call? Google’s PPC might be more up your alley, then. With their AdWords method, you’ll be charged upon each click on the ad that ends up leading an internet user to your site.
Not satisfied with the common methods and looking to break away from the mold? We can explore alternative advertising methods. It’s all about creating a custom-made plan tailored to you and then sticking to it – that’s what’s going to yield results.
Search engine marketing can be difficult to define, but also fairly easy at the same time – you show Google, Bing and Yahoo users what you’re offering and hope they’re interested. Here’s a little something to think about – if your product or service is good, and it probably is because you were keen enough to seek me out, it’s only a matter of getting to your audience. My favorite part of it all? You can almost always find an audience, especially if your brick and mortar business is doing ok.
Of course, there are no guarantees – not if you’re flying solo and combing through the dense jungle of keywords and demographics. Why risk losing money that you could have spent on results? Ads cost money! It’s a billion dollar industry for a reason!
You want to make every ad count instead of shooting blanks on your way to taking down the big game. If you’d like, we can do a test run and I’ll show you what makes money and what you need to get rid of. It’ll give you a solid foundation for your future internet marketing efforts – I mean, you’ll have to start more campaigns once you start expanding, right?
Your competitors don’t know anything special, but they might still be making your life more difficult. It’s time to outwit and outgun them through some clever internet marketing. By the time we’re done, they should be begging you to partner up because they find the biz too stressful. It’s time to let the world know why your product is better than others and why your service does more for less – it’s time to stop sitting in the shadows of Google’s back pages and step out into the spotlight instead.