You have a growing local business. You’ve built a great website. But sometimes it can be tough to get seen.
How do you build your online presence so that when customers in your area search for your services, you show up in the top results?
Keeping up with today’s ever-changing tastes for new web design can prove to be a challenge. A fresh, innovative site today can quickly turn into the “t-shirt tucked into sweat pants” site of tomorrow.
Put yourself in these shoes.
You’ve been around for a while, but nobody knows you exist. You’re like Duckie in Pretty in Pink – a nice guy, but overlooked.
Qualbe Marketing Group has been honored for the first time on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list after posting a 3-year growth of 55%.
A few weeks ago, a couple of representatives from our digital marketing team visited a local school for Career Day.
We found out that apparently, Facebook is *gasp* no longer cool.
Humans are visual creatures.
Even before the computer age, brands with a memorable, easily identifiable color scheme succeeded.
Yes, the thing no one likes to think about, talk about, and is mostly trivial in its effect on the lives of people, that is what I want to discuss: budget. Not YOUR budget, so stop running for the hills. I want to talk about how to plan and set a budget for PPC marketing campaigns. While many may think setting a PPC budget is as arbitrary as a personal budget, I can assure you it isn’t. Your marketing campaigns and business can directly benefit by setting a PPC budget the smart way.
A plan for setting your budget is what you need. It’s not as difficult as you might think, and there are actually several things that make the process easy. But it can be tricky, so we’ll also need to consider the unique obstacles for setting a PPC budget. Let’s start with some things to consider and utilize for how to set a PPC budget with ease.