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Online adult & lingerie shopping site Bedtime Secrets have engaged the professional services of Koozai to manage their Pay Per Click (PPC) campaign.
A professionally managed campaign will ensure a high ROI as we will cut costs and improve conversions by only sourcing highly targeted traffic.
We are looking forward to working with Bedtime Secrets on this PPC project.
The Sales Director for Koozai, Rob Arkell has an unrivalled passion for digital marketing. Rob has been incredibly successful at driving businesses forward; when he’s not busy selling he will be contributing useful and intuitive knowledge regarding this aspect of the industry.
8th Jan 2014 Paid Search | 20 Comments
For many business owners, making a steady profit is the main focus when it comes to paid search campaigns, but it can always be improved upon. Be it with more profitable investments or cutting the costs of current ones to increase the margin. There are lots of different ways to structure an AdWords account, but […]
10th Jul 2014 Paid Search | 3 Comments
Setting up and maintaining strong, high performing AdWords campaigns takes time, budget and expertise. But without keyword research both at the beginning of the project and continually throughout, you will never get the best possible return on your investment. Here’s what you need to know about keyword research at the different stages in your AdWords […]
14th Apr 2014 Paid Search | 1 Comment
PPC used to be a ‘nice to have’ element of many Digital Marketing strategies, but it is fast becoming a ‘need to have’ as the Digital Marketing landscape becomes more volatile. Can your business afford to ignore PPC in your Digital Marketing strategy? Here’s 10 reasons why you shouldn’t: Never Rely On One Primary Traffic Source […]
16th May 2014 Paid Search | 7 Comments
Whether you’re a marketing manager, a marketing executive or an agency assistant, if you’re thinking about starting up a Pay per Click (PPC) campaign then you are likely to be asked most of the following questions, before the powers that be can approve it. Here are some short and more in-depth answers to help you […]
3rd Jul 2014 Paid Search | 1 Comment
Every organisation has limitations when it comes to developing marketing campaigns whether it’s because of a lack of resources, time, expertise or finance. Pay per Click (PPC) advertising is ideal for overcoming these limitations due to the amount of flexibility of the system which allows for immediate changes at any point. Whatever your limitations, find […]
2nd Sep 2014 Paid Search | 2 Comments
Last month I covered the different types of fee models that a marketing manager or business owner would likely encounter when searching for which PPC management agency to use. These included performance and spend based fees versus fixed fee and self-management. This month I want to expand on the benefits, limitations and usefulness of using […]
12th Aug 2014 Paid Search | 1 Comment
If I asked you what your PPC goal is, you’d probably tell me it’s to increase sign-ups, sales, or enquiries. That’s a great starting point, but you also need goals and targets to ensure these sign-ups, sales, or enquiries are cost effective and profitable for you. As such, we’re going to look at what kind of […]
14th Aug 2014 Paid Search | 1 Comment
Google hasn’t become one of the biggest businesses today through offering free organic results. Its AdWords system generated a massive 95% of its revenue in 2012. Each day companies big and small throw cash at Google and other paid advertising platforms in return for instant traffic. If managed properly, it can work wonders. So let’s […]
11th Apr 2014 SEO | 11 Comments
…and it’s not organic traffic! It’s easy to watch organic traffic climb consistently after a hefty investment in Search Engine Optimisation and automatically assume success. It’s even easier to deem a decline in organic traffic as failure. But is this really the best metric to consider when measuring SEO success? In actuality, what does it matter […]
4th Apr 2014 Analytics | 1 Comment
In January 2012, Haribo released a TV advert showing the results of an interesting (if slightly halfhearted and biased) social experiment. Children were asked to sit at a table, faced with a single Haribo sweet. If they managed to resist eating the sweet for a short period of time, they would get two Haribo sweets […]
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