Google Ads PPC Management Services

Google Ads (formerly Google Adwords) gives business owners the tools to push targeted visitors to their sites with a PPC model. This means you’re paying for search queries for some of the traffic that comes to your site.  The value proposition of pay-per-click is there is an almost endless number of ways to target prospects. You have 100% control of your costs. Knowing the most effective ways to target your prospects at the best price can be all the difference between effective advertising and a money pit.

Our company can help you with your Google Ads PPC management in these ways:

  • Define who your audience is and where they are
  • Handle keyword research that relates to your products or services
  • Devise advertising goals, budgets, and benchmarks
  • Customize advertisement copy and graphics for your company’s ads
  • Manage advertising campaigns
  • Optimize ad campaigns by using bid optimization. Ad copy split testing, conversion rate optimization, and more
  • Give you reports each month so you know your campaign ROI

3 Types of Google Ad PPC Campaigns

If you’ve decided Google Ads are for you, great! Here are the types of pay-per-click campaigns you can select. If you aren’t sure which is best, don’t worry – our team will help you.


Search Campaigns

1. Search Campaigns

A search campaign lets you show your company ads in search engine results pages (SERPs) on Google and their partner sites. You can net the prospects looking for products and services your company offers.

Say you’re an IT company. You could look for people who need IT services in their homes or business within a 30-mile radius of your physical address. A search campaign ensures you find prospects who need what you sell – now.

Display Campaigns

2. Display Campaigns

Display campaigns offer you many robust targeting choices. Contextual targeting lets you promote your products and services on individual sites in specific niches and other audience targeting types throughout the Google Search Network.

For instance, you might want a banner ad on Yelp when a prospect within 30 miles of your company is reading the company listing of your competitor. Or, show advertisements to all users across the country via Google shopping ads, image ads, mobile app campaigns, or even promote video ads to potential customers interested in your product or service based on their search history.


Remarketing Campaigns

3. Remarketing Campaigns

Remarketing within your Google Ads is a way to promote your business’s products to your recent site visitors. These warm leads are more likely to pull the trigger than someone who’s never seen your site before.

When the prospect clicks on your site, they’re added to a remarketing list. This lets you display relevant advertisements on the Google Display Network. You also can cater to these prospects more effectively on the network when they do future searches.

Our Google Ads Management Strategy for Optimizing PPC Campaigns

Our PPC experts know how to target your Google Ads, set a budget, design compelling ad copy and track your performance throughout your PPC campaign. We use the following repeatable process for successful digital ad campaign management within the Google Ads platform that will help you reach your business goals.

1. Target your Google Ads

One of the most important steps in managing a successful online ads campaign is targeting your audience correctly. You need to ensure that your ads are being shown to the right people and that you’re not wasting your budget on clicks from people who are unlikely to become customers.

There are a few ways to target your audience on Google. The first is by location. You can target people in a specific area, such as a country, state, or city. You can also target people based on their language.

You can also target people based on their interests. For example, you can show your ads to people who have recently visited your website or to people who have searched for terms related to your business. In doing so, we will work with you to target a specific web page on your site, driving specific Google search queries to a targeted landing page.

2. Set a budget

Another critical step in managing a Google Ads campaign is setting a budget. You need to ensure you’re not spending more than you can afford and that you’re not overspending on clicks from people who aren’t likely to become customers.

Google Ads offers two ways to set a budget: daily and total budget. With a daily budget, you set a limit for how much you want to spend each day. With a total budget, you limit how much you want to spend over the campaign’s life.

3. Design effective Google Ads

Your Google Ads campaign will be more successful if your ads are well-designed and practical. Here are some tips for creating effective ads:

Use relevant keywords in your ad text. This will help you target people who are interested in what you have to offer.

We ensure your ad text is relevant to the keywords you’re targeting. This will help you avoid appearing spammy or irrelevant to potential customers. For instance, a shopping campaign for the latest widget will have a very different strategy from a B2B services business. These nuances in search terms and what advertisers bid will become critical to your campaign ROI.

We will call-to-action solid phrases in your ad text, such as “buy now” or “get a free trial.” This will encourage people to click on your ad and learn more about what you have to offer.

4. Track Google Ads campaign performance

Finally, we regularly track the ad performance of your Google Ads account so you can see whether they’re meeting your goals. Google Ads offers several tools for tracking performance, including conversion tracking and keyword reporting. These tools can help you determine which aspects of your campaign are working well and which could use improvement.

5. Make changes as needed

Making changes to your Google Ads campaign is essential to managing it effectively. You must constantly adjust your settings and targeting to ensure you’re getting the best results.

There are a few things you can do to make changes to your Google Ads campaign:

Google Ads Campaign

1. Adjust your targeting settings.

Ensure you’re targeting the right people and not wasting your money on clicks from people who aren’t likely to become customers.

2. Adjust your budget settings.

Make sure you’re not spending more than you can afford and that you’re not overspending on clicks from people who aren’t likely to become customers.

Adjust your ad text.

Make sure your ads are well-designed and practical and that they target the right keywords.

4. Track your campaign performance.

Use the tracking tools that Google Ads offers to see how well your campaign meets your goals.

We Keep Your Google Ads On Track

When we run Google Ads campaigns for clients, we rigorously update and iterate to ensure optimal outcomes for your search ads.

  • First, we make sure that you’re targeting your ads correctly. You can do this by using the appropriate keywords and target audience.
  • Second, we help you set an appropriate budget for your campaign. This will help you keep track of your spending and ensure you’re not overspending and maintaining a positive ROI.
  • Third, we help design effective ad copy. This means creating ads that are catchy and relevant to your target audience.
  • Fourth, we track your Google Ads campaign performance in Google Analytics. This will help us see what’s working for ad placement and what isn’t, allowing us to adjust our strategy as needed.

Finally, celebrate your successes! When you’ve reached your goals, take a moment to pat yourself on the back and enjoy the fruits of your labor.

Let Digital Wise Media Manage Your Google Ads Account Today!


Google Ads Account Structure

By following these steps, we will work with you as an effective advocate to manage your Google Ads account and achieve better results.

We take a rigorous approach toward optimizing your Google Ads account, analyzing and updating things like negative keywords and adjusting based on what has worked in the past and what is currently working to optimize performance and results.

If you need help getting started, contact one of our Google Ads experts today.