PPC Marketing for ambitious businesses

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PPC management for Google Ads & Bing Ads to get your business ahead & smashing your targets.

Get results you could only ever dream of with PPC

Pay-per-click, PPC, search ads – whatever you may call it, we can do it! At One-Two we provide Google Ads management and Bing Ads too (let’s not forget about Bing), covering all areas of PPC. This is more than just PPC account management – we promise to educate, listen, and keep striving to build on your success.

Working with businesses on managing PPC is a two-way process. We’ll need to know what your business priorities are, where you have the best margins – and you’ll need to know what we’re testing, what’s working well, what isn’t, and why. That’s why regular updates and performance reports are included as standard as part of our retainer services.

What we offer

Google Search Ads

Google Shopping

YouTube Ads

Retargeting

Performance Max

Bing Ads

Our process

Whether you have a seasoned PPC account or are just getting starting with it, here’s our S.C.O.R.E process:

01

SCRUTINISE

Initial kick off call to get to grips with your goals and priorities so we can develop an ongoing strategy. We’ll ask all those really annoying questions… but you’ll thank us later.

02

CREATE

Whether it’s a rebuild or a brand new account, we’ll create campaigns you’ll love that will get your customers clicking.

03

optimise

Whether it’s changing bids or bid strategies, adding/removing keywords or restructuring, optimisation is the ongoing work that will ensure you keep getting the best.

04

Review

The part we love the most – getting stuck into the numbers and seeing what’s working and what’s not, so we can keep building on your success!

05

experiment

The world of digital marketing never stands still – and our accounts don’t either. We’ll keep experimenting with new products and approaches to keep you at the cutting edge.

FAQs

What is Performance Max?

Performance Max (or Pmax) is a new campaign type in Google Ads which combines search, remarketing, shopping and video in one campaign. It’s designed to drive performance against set goals, e.g. sales, leads and traffic, and uses smart bidding to achieve targets such as CPA (cost per acquisition) and ROAS (return on ad spend).

Pmax ultimately gives you less control and goes against traditional best practice, however the results can be very strong and there are ways to control it by segmenting and adding negative keywords.

What is retargeting?

Retargeting through the Google Display Network is the process involved in re-engaging with an individual elsewhere on the internet after they have visited your website and taken – or failed to take – a specific action such as visiting a certain page or making a transaction.

How much does PPC cost?

How long is a piece of string? With PPC you can generally spend as much or as little as you want. The cost per click varies massively per industry and niche – some can be as little as £0.20 but in industries with a high value product, such as finance, it can be as high as £40.

The beauty of Google Ads & Bing Ads is that you are fully in control of how much you spend on each keyword or campaign and each day or month.

How does Google shopping work?

Unlike search campaigns, Google Shopping doesn’t use keywords to decide when ads are shown and instead uses a product feed (list of products) to show product adverts when someone searches for a related keyword on Google. To run Google Shopping you’ll need to add a product feed to Google Merchant Centre first, then set up a campaign in Google Ads.

What are the different types of Google Ads?

Google Ads has several advertising types: search ads (based on keyword targeting in an auction), shopping ads (uses a product feed to display details about the product when someone searches for something relevant) and display ads (text and image ads displayed on websites and on YouTube using various targeting options).

Just to mix things up a bit, Google has launched Performance Max campaigns which comprises all of these ad types.

How do PPC agencies charge?

Some agencies charge a % of ad spend (usually 10-20%). One-Two charge a set agreed management fee with no tied in contracts. A typical cost for PPC management is anything between £850 and £3,000 a month but this depends on the size of the account, complexity and levels of revenue/leads.

CHECK OUT OUR APPROACH IN ACTION!

Here’s how we’ve helped some of our clients using our SCORE framework…

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