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Every Business Should Run a Risk Free Pay-Per-Click Campaign

Friday, February 16th, 2018 by in Pay Per Click / 1 Comment

Can a TV station offer commercials to an air conditioning contractor that will only air in houses that have broken air conditioner in the middle of summer? Google and Bing can.  Now you understand search engine pay-per-click marketing. You choose exactly the keywords (search terms) for which you would like to appear on the results pages, then you only pay when a searcher actually engages with your ad. If you choose the keywords wisely, the chances of converting that visitor into a customer are very high.

If you can confidently turn most leads from the campaign into a customer, it becomes a risk free investment.

Real Life Example

Imagine a small plant and tree nursery in Tampa off the main roads with limited visibility to customers. It sell citrus trees and happen to have a connection to a citrus grower in Orlando that grows almost every type of citrus tree imaginable.  This nursery owns exclusive rights to sell the specialized trees from the grower in the Tampa area. Nobody else in Tampa can sell these unique trees.

Recent Across the street FinalWhile common citrus trees like Navel Oranges and Ruby Red Grapefruit are readily available for very low prices at The Home Depot, this nursery has a huge competitive advantage for more obscure citrus trees and he can sell them for much higher margins.

This nursery must start a Google and Bing pay-per-click campaign immediately targeting the types of trees that he sells. A non-savvy advertiser would bid on keywords like:

“citrus trees”
“grapefruit tree”
“orange trees”

While these keywords do represent product the small nursery could provide, there is a low chance of conversion into sales. Most searchers who would click to the nursery’s website for an “orange tree” search would end up buying from Home Depot because it would be cheaper and most likely closer.

But if the owner only bid on keywords for types of trees that The Home Depot did not inventory in their Adwords campaign, terms such as:

Pay Per Click Ad“parson brown orange”
“blood orange”
“variegated pink lemon”
“flame red grapefruit”

Then the garden center is virtually assured to make money on the campaign.  Anyone searching to buy those specific species will immediately decide to drive to his store because they will soon find out it is the only place in town they can make the purchase.  If he wanted to get even more targeted with the campaign, he could insert the words “buy” or “for sale” in the keyword phrases he is bidding on to make sure gets someone with intent to buy rather a student researching for a book report.

No clicks, No Cost

If nobody searches those terms, nobody clicks, the nursery owner is not charged a dime. No businesses should not fail to take advantage of risk free advertising..

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