Cut through the noise with Electrician PPC
If you’re going to get more of the leads that your company needs to survive then you need to get your brand out there. Pay-per-click advertising allows you to show off your brand to consumers that are in need of your service. Here’s how it works:
- We use keywords that are targeted to your audience.
- Targeted content that is made for potential customers to land on.
- We give you ads that are appealing and more likely to be viewed by consumers.
Writing great ‘creative’ copy and making sure it’s compelling and persuasive is foundational for any ads account.
The under-rated hero of Paid ads, structuring your account will help everything be more efficient from organization to spend, affecting your bottom line.
What search terms that have many people searching them are worth going after. As a niched agency that only works with contractors we can find these more quickly.
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How long does it take?
Month one is set up, month 2 is Google learning, month 3 we start seeing real results.
What should my ad budget be?
For contractors making over a million dollars we suggest no lower than 2k. Generally – we have a lot of clients spending 2k-5k a month on the ad spend itself (separate from our $1,000 ad management fee)
Where do my ads show up?
Text or search ads show up on the Google search engine results page as the top 3 results. Remarketing or display ads show around the web on various popular websites, to stay top of mind for people that have already visited the website.
Electrician PPC with a Customized Approach for Your Business
You’re a hard-working service industry professional. Your day-to-day can be taxing and it’s difficult to get home at the end of the day just to start more work to ensure that you’ll have another job to complete after the current one has been completed.
Not to worry! We’ve got you covered. Our custom PPC services will help your business continue to generate leads without any outbound effort from you. You can sit back and watch as new leads for jobs specific to your services come rolling in.
“It’s been 6 months and the results we are getting are phenomenal!”
“Revenue-wise, it has paid off quite a bit.”
“Have done wonders for our lead pipeline.”
Commonly Asked Questions
How do you approach PPC?
If you’ve tried PPC before either on your own or have worked with another PPC provider, you may have had results that were less than stellar.
We take the approach of seeing what is working well and cutting out and improving the parts that could see better results.
Each approach is a custom approach based on your business and what is going to work for you. We customize each campaign and target the right audience.
How does PPC help vs. SEO?
With SEO, it is the steady approach of building up content and eventually get ranking. It is a process that is not going to be that instant result, but one that takes time. We like to think of it like an investment. It is something that will grow and become more valuable over time.
PPC is a much faster approach that will see results when you start your payments if it is done correctly. It can score leads quickly but will stop working right when you stop paying.
A good approach to take could be at the beginning of your SEO campaign, you could use PPC until the SEO campaign takes off and kicks into gear.
How do PPC ads help my Business?
PPC ads are a nice strategy to implement if you are looking for quick results.
Your content gets put to the top of the search results, but has a downside to it as well.
When you stop paying for this, you will stop seeing results right away. Thats is why this is a good pairing with SEO so you could see results before the SEO takes off.
Does my PPC results last even after I'm done paying?
No, the minute you stop paying for your PPC ads, that is when they stop. It is not like SEO where you will continue to see results after you stop with the work and putting money towards it.
It is kind of like a billboard, except in a digital form where you pay for a certain amount of time so it is seen, and then when you stop paying, it is taken down.