PPC Management Services

With millions of online ads, you need to find a way to differentiate your pay-per-click (PPC) ads and strategy from the competition. You need to reach the right audience at the right time, and generate a high success rate that will maximize your return on investment. It can be difficult to become an expert in PPC advertising while running a business at the same time. That’s where we can help.

By selecting Mannix Marketing’s PPC management service, you will benefit from more targeted clicks, a higher ROI and increased company profits. What do we provide?

  • A full keyword and campaign analysis will be conducted. Are there opportunities to target more effective keywords for less money? Can we fine-tune the regions? Manage the position your ad is in to maximize spend? We’ll look at this and more to ensure your campaign gets cost-effective clicks that count.
  • We’ll test ad content and groupings, analyzing what worked and what didn’t, to continue to build a high rate of return. This is where experience truly counts. With just a few words to entice people to your page, this can be the most challenging, and rewarding, aspect of PPC advertising. You’ll benefit from our many years of building and managing successful campaigns.

How much does PPC Management cost?

In order to determine how much you should be spending on Google Adwords or Bing paid search campaigns, our PPC specialists first need to learn more about your company’s goals, target market, and perform an in-depth analysis of your existing account.

What Our Clients Are Saying

Mannix Marketing helped us grow our Facebook page by doubling the number of followers we had over a four month period. It has really helped our business reach new markets and bring in additional business opportunities.

Michael | North Country Welcome Center

Partner with Us Today and See Your Business Thrive Online

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