I'm going to try and be brief as possible as I try to answer the question. To have your site ranked on Google organically can take a lot of work and involves an in-depth knowledge of how websites are put together. If you are not a web expert, and are looking to have your site ranked on Google to bring new traffic to your site, then perhaps a Google AdWords or Pay-Per-Click (PPC) campaign is for you.
So, how does PPC work?
In a PPC campaign, you pay Google however much you wish to have them list ads for your site at the top and right of the organic search listings. When someone clicks on your ad, you pay the current Cost Per Click (CPC) from your budget. Once your entire budget has been depleted, Google ceases to run your ads until you replenish your fund.
While PPC is certainly easier to implement, rushing into the process can be a Segway to disaster if you don’t know the basics. By looking at the 3 helpful tips below, you should be able to launch an effective PPC campaign that will bring new visitors to your site.
There are three questions that will be helpful:
The 2 words to keep in mind here are Relevant and Simple:
Relevant: Create tightly themed ad groups with small groups of keywords. Thumb through each keyword and ensure your ad text is relevant to each keyword contained within each ad group.
Simple: You will be managing your campaign on a daily basis. Ensuring your campaign structure is intuitive and manageable will make monitoring your campaign more effective and will allow you to better identify efficiencies and inefficiencies.
Be Smart About the Google Neatwork. By default, Google Adwords opts all campaign into the full Google Network. This network of sites includes Google.com…, partner sites such as AOL.com.., & Ask.com.., and Display Network sites.
Opting out of the Google Display network is a best practice if you are just getting started. The Display Network will incur thousands of impressions by displaying your ads across thousands of sites. If you are working with a constrained budget, the Google Display network can deplete your budget quickly and compromise your visibility on Google.com…
The Display network can be effective with carefully selected keywords and ad text designed specifically for this type of ad placement. It is always best to revisit this tactic once you have garnered initial learnings from the Google Search network.
Use Local Searches to Your Advantage. By default, Google Adwords will set your campaign live nationally. If you are a local merchant, if you ship to a specific area, or provide service (only) to a specific geographic location, it is a best practice to customize your Location Targeting in Google Adwords. Get to Know Your Account Language. Google Adwords provides options specific to language targeting, ad scheduling, devices. As a best practice, always click into the Settings of each campaign to verify your campaign is set up properly.
Hope this helps.