Limited-time Offer: $595 SEO/PPC Package
Google has given me several $100 coupons to entice my clients to start running pay-per-click ads on Google and its network of sites.
Not sure whether a PPC ad campaign is too rich for your blood, even with the first hundred bucks paid by Google? You’re thinking of hiring an SEO strategist instead?
Well, what I’m about to offer should make your day!
You see, I have found a way to use the data from a Google ad campaign to give us an SEO blueprint for optimizing your website.
Usually SEO work precedes PPC, because website owners are loathe to spend money. But now that Google is raising the bar for new sites to get indexed, and without some viral content and quality links from other sites, your new website will likely languish in obscurity for several months. PPC is like paying to take the express lane.
To get you started advertising in Google for both free (organic) and paid clicks, with the first $100 in clicks credited to you, here’s a special hybrid offer:
|Special PPC/SEO $595 Bundle Offer from PPCsmith.com:|
Total value: $775 — Now just $595. So be sure to get your PPC/SEO combo project onto my schedule ASAP!
|Optional extra: Have me create custom, nonpublic, PPC-only landing pages to test and fine-tune your site’s “conversion-ability.” Since I also optimize the landing page with the targeted keywords, once it’s been proven to convert well, it’s all SEO’d and ready to become one of your site’s key public pages. (Ask for quote; cost depends on complexity.)|
|If your webmaster is not available to make the SEO changes for you, I or someone on my team can take over this task for an extra charge (again, depends on what kind of website you have and where it is hosted).|
A Google pay-only-if-your-ad-is-clicked PPC ad campaign on Google may not be sustainable for every small business, especially those hit hard by a down economy. But it’s worth a try, and that’s why Google is willing to give such a generous incentive.
Mindful of clients’ low marketing budgets and high profit needs, I always recommend implementing both the long-term and short-term options immediately. And nearly simultaneously. Why?
In the long run, having your website optimized for natural search engine results will really pay off. But meanwhile, if you’re starting from nearly zero traffic, you’ve got to do something to get the party started. And pay-per-click, keyword-triggered ads can be very affordable if you know what you’re doing. If not, hire someone who does. (The Keywordsmith, me!)
If you buy my combination PPC/SEO $595 bundle, I will analyze how well your PPC traffic is converting and recommend whether you should continue with the ad campaign and perhaps expand it.
Call me for a free half-hour consultation today, and learn how I can leverage your short-term marketing budget to meet your long-term search visibility goals!