- Posted by prasad
- On June 2, 2010
These days, every business expert worth their salt is talking about how important online advertising and marketing is for the success for a company, no matter what the industry. Smaller businesses are scrambling to launch websites and establish presence on social media marketing outlets, while larger corporations are seeking ways to use the internet to further track and dissect their target audiences.
If you’re looking for an efficient form of online advertising that will help you get your company name and products in front of only the consumers who are likely to have a need for your offerings, Google Adwords is one of the most important programs for you to investigate.
If you are in the habit of searching or connecting with people on the internet on a regular basis, it’s likely that you’ve been exposed to Google Adwords without even knowing it. It’s no secret that Google is one of the most prolific and influential search engines now in operation, and part of their immense success has come from the strategic use of keywords for marketing purposes. The keywords that people enter into search fields help the search engine to provide relevant results, and in the same fashion, Adwords help Google to display only relevant ads.
It’s important to mention that Google Adwords is a PPC (Pay-per-click) advertising model, meaning that the price that a certain advertiser must pay to have their keyword oriented ads displayed on a certain page are based on historical click-through rates, the relevance of the ad’s text and keywords, a certain advertiser’s account history, and other factors that may be deemed relevant by Google. This can be a very effective cost structure for smaller businesses or those that don’t have much competition in the way of keywords and audience segmentation. Larger companies looking to establish more relevance with popular keywords will have to pay more, but the cost is usually worth it.
If you think that Google Adwords would be a good match for your current marketing needs and advertising budget, it’s important to have a look at the frequently asked questions and Adwords help that are conveniently provided on the Google pages. These informational pages will allow you to see how the best keywords are chosen, and to determine whether the keywords that you want are within your price range. Keep in mind that there are many search engine optimization firms and marketing companies that can set you up with Adwords for an additional fee, but no outside help is needed to start.
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