Help Customers Find Your Business Online With Google AdWords™

Think for a moment about the keywords or phrases people might type into Google when looking for your business. Now, go search for them on Google. Where do you show up? On the first page? Second? Third? Not at all?

If you’re happy with where and how your business appears in the search results, fantastic! If not, look to InfoUSA’s Google Certified Experts to help. They’ll work with you to create a targeted Google AdWords™ advertising campaign that can help new customers discover your business.

 

Why Google AdWords™?

First and foremost, think of the reach an ad on Google would have. In an average month, Google is used by over 1.1 billion people—making it the world’s leading search engine.1
Secondly, Google AdWords™ campaigns are highly targeted, meaning your message will reach exactly the right audience. Here’s how it works:

  1. You choose specific keywords you want your ad to show up for.
  2. People search these keywords on Google.
  3. Your ad shows up in the search results.

Finally, you’re in control of your Google AdWords™ campaign. As we mentioned, you get to choose the keywords for which your ad will show up. You also maintain a level of power over your ad budget—paying only when people click on your ads and visit your website.

Ready to Advertise on Google?

A Google AdWords™ campaign from InfoUSA is simple and affordable. Plus, it allows you to combine Google’s powerful reach and InfoUSA’s 40-plus years of marketing to drive qualified leads to your business.

With monthly fees starting as low as $99, there’s a package for even the most modest of budgets. This covers ongoing account management from a dedicated certified Google AdWords expert, and access to our proprietary Express Update service—which can help boost your online visibility.

Just give our Google Certified Experts a call at 866.313.8192. They’ll handle everything from setting up your account to providing ongoing account management—so you can focus your time on your core business instead.

 

Sources:

1 http://mashable.com/2013/09/27/google-statistics/