Google / Youtube Ads

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last twenty years, you’ve seen all types of Google Ads without even realizing it. Perhaps you saw a promotion of a fasting app when reading about weight loss. Or maybe you were looking for sneakers, and a discount on Google search results led you to buy a pair. These were Google Ads!

While Google Ads may look a little complicated at first, like all seemingly difficult things, Google advertising gets much easier once you break the process step by step. In this article, we’re doing exactly that.

Google Ads Management

Reach your potential customers who are READY to purchase.

We utilize other channels for the now to also effectively drive traffic towards your website to generate more customers. As times change, the requirement for platforms to generate more traffic from various of sources increases to diversify their channels.

Search Ads

Google search ads are text ads that you see on Google search engine results pages (SERPs). Your search ads can appear either at the top above the organic search results or at the very bottom of the page.

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Youtube Advertising

YouTube advertising, done through Google Ads, is a way of advertising your video content on YouTube or in search results so you can maximize your user reach. This could be your video playing before a user views another's video or showing up in YouTube.

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Video Ads

Since YouTube belongs to Google and also acts like a search engine–only for videos–you can target your potential customers on YouTube based on what they are watching. And with over 2 billion users worldwide, you have quite an audience to target.

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Shopping Ads

Google Shopping Ads are product-based ads. They’re displayed specifically for product searches on Google. Unlike regular search ads, Shopping ads show an image of a product along with its product title, price, store name, and reviews.

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