Cool Quarters Marketing

Paid Advertising

Generate leads faster and get more results with lower budgets through our effective Adwords and Social Ads packages.

Be there when customers are ready to buy

Get a clear strategy that demonstrates ROI and see how this positively affects your bottom line.

Drive leads that are ready to convert with targeted ad messaging based on their searches, location, and stage in the buyer’s journey.

Appear relevant search and make it easier for potential customers to find your business. With PPC, your ads can be on search results in hours.

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FAQ

PPC is a strategy that directs paid traffic to your website through an ad. SEO directs traffic from organic search results. In PPC, you pay for each click on your ad, while traffic is free on SEO. Your ad will also only appear on the results when the search is relevant to your business.

Our PPC packages cover keyword research, landing page analysis, reporting, and consultation from our experts. We also provide two types of ad campaigns – AdWords and Remarketing on Google Display Network – to help you maximize your online presence.

PPC is the best strategy to utilize when you want to target the right customers at the right time, like a seasonal promotion. This is also ideal if you’re looking for immediate results and quick returns, as it takes longer to rank on organic search.

Definitely! PPC does not rely on Google search algorithms, unlike in SEO. Your rankings on paid ads depend on your ad spend, quality score, content relevancy, and several other factors.

Yes! You can use the same keywords as your competitors. This is especially beneficial for new businesses because you want to increase your chances of being found by customers who are searching for products or services offered by the competition.

Your ads will undergo a review process by Google, which may take a day. But some ads can run and appear in a matter of hours even while being reviewed.

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