Trying Pay Per Click (PPC) for the first time?

More sales. More enquiries. More business.

If you’re looking to increase sales, generate more enquiries or drive more traffic to your website, pay per click advertising can be a fantastic way to market your business online.

Pay Per Click advertising means that you only pay for the clicks you receive on your advertisements. What’s more you can set your Pay Per Click spend in-line with your marketing budget so you never spend more than your fixed marketing budget.
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Keep your marketing efforts targeted
With Pay Per Click advertising you can choose to target specific variables such as: user device, location, keyword phrase, the time or the day and much more.

Increase your business revenue
Pay Per Click advertising can help drive more relevant traffic to your website. It will increase the likelihood of converting a visitor into a customer.

Get ahead of your competition
Advertise your website on the front page of major search engines such as Google, Bing & Yahoo and reach out to users who are actively searching for your products or services.

 

Why choose PS to manage your Pay Per Click campaign?

Pay Per Click accounts which are managed by inexperienced agencies can often lead to missed opportunities, wasted marketing budget and disapproved marketing campaigns.

The team at PS have taken exams to ensure your campaign is managed correctly and Google recognise this with Google Partner status. We work inline with your business goals and objectives to provide the best return on your investment. With monthly reporting and regular campaign analysis, we work hard to ensure you receive the best results possible.

Ready to start your Pay Per Click campaign?

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Shutt VR

Peter Bragg - Sales & Marketing Director

Shutt has been customers of PS Web since we launched in 2009. Two website launches, office move, company expansion and we are still delighted to be working with Simon and his team. Looking forward to the next website launch with PS Web in 2014.