Pay Per Click (PPC) Management

Pay-Per-Click Advertising

PPC, or paid search marketing is the quickest and most controllable way to get your website to the top of the search results when people are looking for your type of business, and because you pay per click, it is easy to control the budget and return on investment for your campaign.

Our PPC team have been managing PPC adverts since they first appeared in the UK. Over this time we’ve developed our own unique methodology for managing campaigns from the small start-ups (with ambitious growth plans) to the very large established leaders in their sector.

If you already have PPC accounts that you'd like our thoughts on, then you can request a PPC audit here.

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PPC Management from Screaming Frog

What you can expect from our PPC Management

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  • PPC Strategy

    To tailor a PPC campaign that’s right for you, we will get to know your business, industry sector, competitors and UPS’s. Then can we work with you to develop a strategy that’s going to deliver the results you need.

  • Implementation

    We will work to deliver that strategy by building out your existing campaigns, or establishing accounts at new networks if identified. It’s important to us that you own the accounts, and that you have a relationship with the network owners.

  • Keywords

    We'll ensure you’re targeting the most appropriate keywords and not wasting spend. We use sophisticated techniques ensuring you cover the full search landscape but avoid the areas which aren’t right for your business.

  • Adcopy Writing

    We ensure your adverts are tightly focused to the ad group’s keywords and to the landing pages on your website; with a strong call to action and continuous testing we can be sure you’re getting the right traffic at the lowest cost you could pay.

  • Ad Extensions

    Ad extensions have become a vital part of the PPC arsenal. Ad extensions transform your adtext and give you the opportunity to stand out, over your competitors. If you’re not using ad extensions in today’s bid landscape, then you’re missing a trick.

  • Tracking

    Without the right data, optimising a PPC campaign would just be a shot in the dark, so one of the very first things we do is to make sure the tracking is setup properly, giving us all the data we need to optimise the accounts going forward.

  • PPC Optimisation

    Ongoing optimisation will continually refine and focus the campaign to push the performance boundaries. Attention to detail is the key; A slightly higher click through rate in this Ad group, a slightly lower CPC on this keyword – it all makes a difference overall.

  • Reporting

    We produce reports which provide meaningful insight into what’s going on with your PPC campaign, what we’ve done since our last report; what we’ve noticed your competitors doing and of course, how your paid search is performing against the key metrics you’re most interested in.

How can we help you?

If you already have a PPC campaign and feel like you might be missing a trick, then let us run a PPC Audit so that we can tell you what our biggest priorities would be.

If you haven’t yet taken the plunge into the world of paid search, but feel now is the right time, then use the form opposite to tell us a little more information and we can start a conversation which might just change your future.

Contact Screaming Frog today to find out how our pay-per-click (PPC) management services can help your business leap to the top of the search engines.

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Screaming Frog Ltd
Market Chambers,
33 Market Place,
Henley-on-Thames,
Oxfordshire,
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Tel: +44 (0)1491 415070
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