5 Benefits of Pay-Per-Click Marketing

PPC stands for pay-per-click, a model of digital marketing where advertisers pay each time one of their ads are clicked. Essentially, you’re paying for traffic instead of attempting to “earn” visits organically. PPC allows advertisers certain advantages over other forms of online marketing efforts, read on to learn how and why PPC works!

First Page ExposureInfographic explaining the benefits

PPC ads have the best real estate, it’s true SEO can also get you to the top position but that may take months to accomplish. With PPC results are almost immediate. Because PPC involves paying for your position you are automatically going to be listed before some organic listings and if done correctly PPC can get you the top spot, which according to Google means your consumers are 41% more likely to click on your ad.

Measurable Results

One of the major benefits of PPC is everything you do has a clear measurable target. You can monitor everything related to a PPC campaign. Whether it’s cost, spend, ROI, views, clicks and more. You have the freedom to customize metrics to each campaign and monitor the success based on your goals.

Targeted Traffic

PPC gives you the control to target your advertising efforts, you are able to closely monitor things like, what keywords did and did not get clicks or lead to conversions. Search engines (like Google) want users to click on your ads so they’ll serve them to consumers who are most likely to click on them. And with a PPC strategy in place you are able to methodically plan who your ads show to, in specific geographic areas, even time of day your ads will run.

Drives Traffic to your Website

Targeted PPC campaigns are able to drive relevant traffic to your website. Your ads will be showing for users who are looking for your products and services which means they will be more likely to convert (complete an advertising goal).


Remarketing allows advertisers to show ads to users who previously visited your website but didn’t make a purchase or sign up for your newsletter. It enables you to follow users and show relevant ads to drive conversions – so if you had a consumer that put an item in their shopping cart but did not make a purchase you are able to show them ads that will entice them to in fact complete that purchase.

In the End…

When done correctly PPC has the capability to transform your digital marketing strategy. If you’re looking to be prosperous with your online efforts consider implementing PPC. If you’re still not convinced feel free to send us a message at hello@intuitivedigital.com, we have some PPC Ninjas that would be happy to help.

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