For small businesses, successful pay-per-click (PPC) ads depend, not only on your budget, but also a few other elements. On the one hand, a big budget for PPC allows you to pay for more keywords. On the other hand, a smaller budget is not necessarily a disadvantage, if you execute these four practices to be more competitive.
Target Specific Keywords within Limits
Going for general and short keywords tends to be expensive, since most big companies would go for them too. Target high-volume and long-tail keywords instead and add limits. For example, if you want to target “real estate broker London” for all days of the year, this can be quite expensive. Targeting these keywords on Fridays between 10 am to 5 pm, however, can reduce PPC costs, while also possibly taking some conversions from big companies.
Another practice is targeting long-tail keywords. An example is aiming for “real estate for families in London” instead of “real estate London.” The former can help extend your budget, while potentially boosting conversion rates. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2mGqyZX