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What is Bid For Placement Marketing?
Bid For Placement (BFP Marketing) is a term commonly used to describe search engine marketing programs that allow advertisers to choose one or more keywords and offer to pay a fee to Google or another search engine who link to the marketer’s site by clicking on that keyword. The marketer’s offer of payment competes against the offers of other marketers, with the highest bid-per-click earning the top ad placement for that keyword, the second-highest bid getting the second-highest position, and so on. The search engine tracks users’ clicks for each marketer and bills them at the rate the marketer bid for each click received. Although this is a popular way of obtaining better exposure on search engines and increasing visits to a website, bid for placement is also criticized by many marketers, because it assigns the best positions in search results to those who pay the most, rather than to those whose site is most relevant to the user’s search.
Pay Per Click Marketing
Pay Per Click (PPC) is another term used for Bid For Placement Marketing. PPC marketing campaigns are a powerful tool for attracting traffic to a website. Strategic Strategies can help you develop a PPC campaign that will bring you more high quality leads that will convert more quickly, generating more revenue faster. If you’re interested in generating high-quality leads, this is a tactic you should seriously consider. Our dedicated PPC experts will create a campaign that will generate the web traffic you want for e-commerce, new leads, or simply to share your story. We’ll help you target the campaign sop it’s specifically tailored to your target audience, your budget, and your marketing goals. Then, we’ll continually read the results and optimize your campaign to improve your ROI month after month. It’s just one of the ways Strategic Strategies helps you manage your campaign and keeps you up-to-date on the performance of your marketing investment.
Our Custom-tailored Pay Per Click packages include:
Think PPC Advertising is Unaffordable?
Not at all. A PPC campaign may be the perfect tool for you, no matter what your budget. Strategic Strategies has experienced PPC marketers who know how to compete in the paid search auction environment, and win.. We can even create campaigns that will only appear to prospects in certain locations during certain times of the day. That makes is possible for you to reach hard-to-find prospects exactly when they are looking for information about your product or service, and ready to buy. For maximum maximized search engine exposure, the most effective Internet marketing strategies typically combine SEO and PPC. Strategic Strategies can show you the benefits of using these powerful sales and lead generation tools, and we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how cost-effective they really are.
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