A Targeted PPC Ad Campaign That Delivers ROI for Your Business.
With FlexAds, ads for your business are shown on the search engine results pages of major Internet search engines. This is known as pay-per-click (PPC) advertising.
How FlexAds Work
An ad for your business appears at or near the top of the search results in Google, Yahoo & Bing when a customer searches for your services
Locally targeted customers will click on online ads in Google, Bing, and Yahoo that were established as part of the FlexAds process. These prospects are then taken to a relevant web page on a FlexSite where they can contact you.
In the example to the right, someone needing a dentist searched for “springfield dentists” in Google. As part of the FlexAds campaign, ads for a FlexLeads dentist appeared at the top of the search results. When the prospect clicks on the ad, they are taken to the FlexSite for the FlexLeads dentist.
Exclusive FlexAds Territory
All phone leads call you – we won’t work with your competitors.
When you work with FlexLeads, you get an exclusive advertising territory – usually an 8-10 mile radius around your office. This radius could be even larger depending on your business.
FlexLeads will only work with business within your designated ad territory. All leads generated within this territory go directly to you. As a FlexLeads client, you can be assured that FlexLeads won’t be working with your competitors.
Establishing & Maintaining a Highly Effective Ad Campaign
I learn about your business and your goals to construct an advertising campaign. We discuss items like:
- Your Ideal Customer
- Services you’re trying to promote
I learn your requirements then do my own research to come up with an ad campaign that meets your needs.
After implementation, your FlexAds campaign is continually monitored and maintained. Items that I perform on an ongoing basis include:
Ad Activities: Ad split testing, Adding new ads, Dropping Low Performing Ads, Monitoring Competition Ads
Keywords Activities: Adding Keywords, Dropping Keywords, Adding Negative Keywords, Quality Score Analysis, Search Term Analysis