Pay-Per-Click (PPC) is an online advertising model in which payment is based specifically on qualifying click-throughs. At Raincross Marketing, our dedicated AdWords Account Managers do more than just make AdWords management easier; we are truly obsessed with pay-per-click advertising! Our team of experts are extensively trained in PPC best practices and know the PPC management process to get your account properly optimized.
We are fortunate to have built relationships with hundreds of businesses in Fontana and throughout the region. We’re honored to have them as clients, and we truly enjoy working with them continually to grow their businesses.
About Our Fontana PPC Services
At Raincross, we bring actionable strategies from Google, Bing and Yahoo so that you can easily get more customer leads and better number of sales. We work with Fontana area small businesses to identify opportunities and verticals that can generate more precise traffic for less money.
In general, PPC research has three parts: a campaign audit, keyword research and competitor research. We will meet with you before getting started to help us get a thorough understanding of your business and competition, to learn about your target audience and and discuss your online advertising goals.
Based on a rigorous assessment of your overall needs, our team will craft a strategic plan that will help us determine how your PPC advertising will be used to reach your goals and reach your target audience. Based on this research, we will create an action plan tailored to your needs.
We implement the necessary campaign settings that will generate leads for your business so you can keep focused on your business. We will also manage your campaign so you can rest assured that your desired customer is being targeted.
We have invested in and utilize the best PPC monitoring tools because we know that marketing efforts need to constantly change to stay current with search trends. The Raincross PPC team will monitor and adjust the bid strategies based on performance across ad groups and keywords.
Raincross Marketing’s PPC campaign report was created to address your questions and concerns regarding ROI. Our regular reporting allows you to make important decisions as needed and understand how your advertising dollars are working.
Our team is composed of some of the best individuals in online marketing. We stay on top of digital marketing trends. Our experience is what truly sets us apart from other cookie-cutter marketing solutions.
With Google accounting for two-thirds of all US searches, AdWords remains the most effective PPC advertising platform. We run Fontana PPC campaigns for every search engine including:
- Google Ads
- Bing Ads
- Yahoo! Search Ads
Social Media PPC Marketing
Social media PPC is a completely different beast compared to PPC advertising on Google. We run Fontana PPC campaigns for all social media sites including:
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