5 Reasons You Need AdWords Advertising for Success

One of the most popular innovations in online advertising is Google’s AdWords program. This program allows users to create advertisements that are placed on websites based on the keywords found on them. These can be text-based or image advertisements that will appear on websites throughout the Internet. There are five main reasons why AdWords is necessary when advertising for success.

Advertisements Are Live Quickly

Google AdWords allows for businesses to save enormous amounts of time. Simple advertisements can be created and made live in minutes. This not only can save the business time, which can lead to more time being funneled into other projects, but can also allow businesses to more rapidly take advantage of sudden changes in the marketplace. Advertisers can also edit or cancel the ad at any time.

Guaranteed Traffic

Many advertising methods have no guarantees on how many results the advertisement will bring in. For example, a billboard advertisement might fail to be engaging to motorists. Local changes can cause fewer motorists to drive on the road. But the advertiser still has to pay the same fee for the space.

With AdWords, advertisers only have to pay when users click on the ads, so websites are guaranteed to get traffic from the ads.

Better Cost Control

Compared to other online advertising programs, Google AdWords gives the advertisers a lot of control over how much they spend. Advertisers can have a daily cap placed on their advertising expenditure and their ads simply disappear from publishers when the spending limit has been reached.

Businesses can also save money by only targeting low-cost keywords. This can actually lead to better sales if the website is highly optimized toward the type of traffic that is brought in through the advertisements.

Consistent Traffic

AdWords traffic is much more consistent than organic search traffic. While search traffic is entirely free and can bring in an exponential number of hits, the traffic can also dry up overnight, especially when search engines make major changes to their search engine algorithms.

Maintaining an AdWords campaign can ensure that a website maintains a consistent level of traffic that brings in revenue and can help the website continue to optimize itself with help from user data.

Track Data

Google AdWords provides tools that allow website owners to track many types of data, including conversion data, cost, clicks and impressions. This can give websites a sense of how many users are seeing the advertisement and the rate at which users are clicking on them. This can help websites slowly develop more enticing ads.

AdWords data can also give websites valuable information on the rates at which users convert after clicking on the ads.

Author Bio: Drew C. works as a blog writer for a home insurance and car insurance website. Find out what type of home insurance you need by just entering your ZIP code at his website. When he isn’t working, Drew enjoys coaching his son’s soccer team, biking, and spending time with his family.
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One Response to 5 Reasons You Need AdWords Advertising for Success

  1. Larry Kim says:

    Good article! I would add to the list: (a) Retargeting on the Google Display network. This is an exciting way to drive conversions while simultaneously building up brand awareness. (b) Insurance – every time google rolls out a panda update, i get frantic calls from SEO’s who lost half of their traffic because their latest link building tactic has fallen out of favor with google (c) Mindshare – Paid Search ads take up all the space above the fold in any google SERP of high commercial intent. Even the top SEO result gets pushed below-the-fold, which means the lions share of those clicks go the PPC advertisers.

    Did i miss anything?

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