On The Maps, gets great results for our Adwords Accounts. They manage our search, display, shopping, mobile and video Adwords campaigns. They are no-nonsense, practical and understand both the technical and business sides of each project.
Robert Besley, Bronson Safety Ltd.
Here is what we cover
How It Works
You’ll talk to one of our experts who will learn as much as possible about your business. Your needs, challenges, and goals. Together you will come up with an adequate strategy for your business success.
Once we have agreed upon a strategy we will create your project in your dashboard and start creating your campaigns. We will keep in touch with you every step of the way and make sure you’re successful.
You will receive weekly and monthly reporting as well as have 24/7 access to your very own marketing dashboard with a work timeline, progress, see work that’s been completed, and real-time results.
What others are saying …
We tried to run our own Adwords campaign but the whole thing seemed way too complicated for me and my staff to figure out so we gladly hired On The Maps. Within weeks I was at the top of google and the phone calls started to come in like crazy. I am very grateful and will continue to use their services.
Conrad Trevino, Bugsy’s Blinds
On The Maps Digital Marketing took our Adwords account from not performing at all to thousands of clicks per day literally overnight. We tried many other Adwords Companies but not a single one brought us results. Now we're converting in Adwords better than any other Advertising we are doing. Well worth it!
Steve Mann, USA DAWGS
Frequently Asked Questions
- Pay Per Click (or SEM – Search Engine Marketing in Google’s parlance) is a type of advertising strategy that directs traffic to your website from an ad that you paid a search engine or host website to post. It is basically the amount of money spent to get your advertisement from a search engine or website that you don’t own to be clicked.
- Types of PPC campaigns are:
– Search Adwords Campaign
– Remarketing on the Google Display Network
- It improves your online presence on Google search and increases the chance of targeting the right customers at the right time.
- No, and in most cases, you wouldn’t want it to be. The Google AdWords system does not just take into account the bid price when arranging the sponsored ads. The position of any ad takes into account over one hundred different factors including your quality score, volume of clicks, and website & content relevancy, enabling Google to deliver the right results to end users and empowering smaller advertisers to compete with other advertisers who have much higher budgets. If any company or agency was to offer you top spot or guaranteed positions our advice is to run because it’s simply not possible!
- Any SEO campaign done in a safe, organic way will take some time to rank. A business could utilize PPC to advertise on the search page for the same keywords while the SEO campaign is still gaining momentum.
- PPC is also useful if you want to maximize the search page. There are different businesses located on the search page. To fully maximize it, use PPC.
- Finally, while it is impossible to rank for a competitor’s brand organically, this is common practice in an AdWords campaign.
- Yes, as PPC is not SEO dependent. It does not rely on Google search algorithms. It’s an advertising campaign that takes advantage of Google’s nature as a search engine.
- Unlike SEO, PPC will never generate free traffic because Google is ranking you based on your ad spend and not the quality of your site. SEO is an investment in the quality of your site and not just an investment in gaining organic rankings.