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What does PPC stand for? “Pay-Per-Plick”, is short for a form of paid online advertisments that allow businesses to get their site ranked with the companies who have “organically” placed their websites in the top. Advertisers pay a fee each time one of their ads is clicked and the shopper is linked to your “landing page”. You are buying visits to your site, rather than attempting to earn those visits organically.


PPC Traffic has huge upsides and few downsides in regards to your company’s goals. Toughjobs Digital Marketing wants you to know upfront that PPC is only one tool in a marketer’s arsenal and the best marketing approach is one that covers all your angles.


Toughjobs has some rules when implementing PPC campaigns.

  • What is your purpose? Draw Attention or Sell Service/Item?
  • If selling services PPC is great for high ticket items. Reason being is that PPC is not cheap. Choosing keywords with high-traffic cost a lot, but using Long Tailed Keywords (LTK) can have a huge impact on your bottomline.
    LTK are phrases that a potential client might search for in Google/Bing/Yahoo. For instance if one was searching for “San Diego Plastic Surgeon” you could attain new people clicking on your site for $2 to $6 per click. That may seem high but if you land 10% of those you will spend $500 and generate +$5000.
  • LTK can mitigate costs by sacrifising on how often your add shows up (Impressions). Keeping with “Plastic Surgeon” you might be better served searching for your specialty: San Diego Rhinoplasty, Rhinoplasty Doctor Near Me, or Nose Doctor By Me. Those keyword phrases are not as popular, but why would you care if you get an 1 or 2 clients a month for $300 invested.

How to setup your ppc campaigns?


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1) Determine Your Goals

Do you want to increase sales, sign-ups, or inquiries? Be certain about your goals before you start or you risk wasting money on a campaign that doesn?t provide a clear-cut path to ROI.

2) Set a Budget

Deciding how much you can afford to spend is a vital initial step. There is never a minimum or maximum amount you should spend but just remember that time is a form of currency and you want to make sure that your advertising concept has been thoroughly considered and researched. If need be research similar sized markets and see what the competitors in your industry are doing. What do their landing pages look like? How fast do they populate? How organized are the landing pages? What ways can you upsell or prevent people from clicking off. How do the colors and the images on the landing page make you feel? Most importantly, please try to empathize with your shoppers and put yourself in their buying shoes when contemplating all of this.

3) Make a Keyword List

PPC ad platforms such as Google AdWords or Bing Ads rely on the use of keywords. Choosing the right keywords for your business is critical to your success. Tools like Google AdWords Keyword Planner or Wordtracker can help.

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4) Bid on Keywords

PPC advertising works like auctions in that you bid on the chosen keywords. That can be an expensive proposition depending on the competition for the same terms. Keyword Planner and another tool, SEMRush, can give you insights into what competitors are paying, enabling you to adjust your bid.

5) Set-Up Multiple Keyword Campaigns

If you use a mix of keywords for different products or services, divide them into separate campaigns, to make your targeting efforts more effective.

6) Write keyword-optimized headlines and ad copy

Prospective customers utilize keywords in their search for the types of products and services you sell, so don’t get too creative when writing headlines and body copy, opt for keywords instead. Afterwards, focus on one or more distinct benefits and include a relevant call to action.


“Pay Per Click” marketing is guaranteed to get customers to your site if your product is viable.

Toughjobs guarantees and promises to all of our customers that if we feel that a specific marketing approach is not sound you won’t be responsible for the initial setup fee. Toughjobs job is to influence your potential clients to purchase your product or service and if we aren’t able to do that you shouldn’t have to pay.


PPC is “Cheap” if your PPC Experienced Professional knows what they are doing. PPC failures result specifically from poor understanding of markets, trends, and concepts.

Toughjobs PPC PROs spend hours analyzing your market from detailed reports collected by you and various online sources. With this knowledge we are able to construct a proper landing page which tackles the most effective Conversion Rate Optimization tactics so when a potential client does click on your display ad they will stay on the page because it is relevant and important for them to do so.

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