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Campaign
Management
Digital marketing campaigns such as SEO, Google & Facebook ads to assist with lead generation or other marketing goals
Are you looking to solve any of the following marketing objectives?
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Increase leads
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Grow brand awareness
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Increase website traffic
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Increase trials / subscriptions
If you said yes to any of the above, we can certainly be of value.
Typical marketing campaigns we manage on a daily basis
Our services are not limited by below, but it will give you a very good understanding of our marketing capabilities.
Help me generate qualified Organic Search traffic to my website (SEO)

Qualified organic search traffic refers to the visitors that come to your website as a result of searching for specific keywords or phrases related to your products or services on a search engine like Google. These visitors are considered "qualified" because they have actively sought out information or solutions related to your business, indicating that they may have a higher likelihood of converting into customers.

This is in contrast to unqualified traffic, which may come from sources such as social media, referral links, or ads, and may not be specifically interested in your products or services. By focusing on generating qualified organic search traffic, you can increase the chances that the visitors to your website are genuinely interested in what you have to offer, and are therefore more likely to convert into customers.

Take over a website penalised by Google & rescue the SEO campaign

Rescuing a website that has been penalized by Google typically involves a few key steps:

  1. Identifying the cause of the penalty: The first step in rescuing a penalized website is to determine the reason why it was penalized in the first place. Google will usually provide a message in the Search Console explaining the reason for the penalty. It could be due to issues such as duplicate content, keyword stuffing, or unnatural links.
  2. Conducting an audit: Once you have identified the cause of the penalty, you'll need to conduct an audit of your website to identify any other issues that may be contributing to the penalty. This may involve reviewing your website's content, meta tags, and backlinks, as well as analyzing your website's performance using tools like Google Analytics and Search Console.
  3. Creating a plan of action: After conducting an audit, you'll need to create a plan of action to address the issues that were identified. This may involve removing or rewriting content, reaching out to website owners to remove links, or making other changes to your website.
  4. Implementing the plan: Once you have a plan in place, you'll need to execute it and make the necessary changes to your website. Be sure to document all of the changes you make so you can refer back to them later.
  5. Submitting a reconsideration request: After making the changes, you'll need to submit a reconsideration request through the Search Console. This request will notify Google that you have made changes to your website and ask them to review it again.
  6. Monitoring your progress: Keep an eye on your website's search engine rankings and traffic to see if the penalty has been lifted. If it has not, review the feedback provided by Google and continue to make improvements.
  7. Ensure you follow the guidelines from now on: To avoid further penalties, make sure to understand and follow Google's guidelines for webmasters and keep monitoring your website for any issues.

It's important to note that recovering from a Google penalty can take time, and it may take several weeks or even months for your website's visibility to improve. Additionally, if Google finds that you continue to violate their guidelines, it could lead to additional penalties in the future.

Paid Media campaign in Google Ads

Paid Google campaigns, also known as Google Ad campaigns, are advertising campaigns that businesses can run on the Google Search and Display Network. These campaigns allow businesses to display ads to users who are searching for keywords related to their products or services.

Google Ads campaigns consist of different types of ads such as Search ads, Display ads, Video ads, Shopping ads and App ads.

Search ads appear at the top and bottom of Google search results pages when users search for keywords that match the keywords in your ad campaign.

Display ads appear on websites across the Google Display Network, which includes millions of websites that have partnered with Google to display ads.

Video ads appear on YouTube and other video websites

Shopping ads appear on Google Shopping and Google search results pages when users search for products

App ads are used to promote mobile apps on Google Play and in other apps.

With Google Ads, businesses can set a budget for their campaigns and only pay when someone clicks on their ad. This makes it a pay-per-click (PPC) advertising model. It also provides a lot of flexibility and targeting options, such as geographic targeting, demographic targeting and even retargeting.

Google Ads can be a powerful tool for driving targeted traffic to a website and generating leads or sales. However, it's important to have a clear understanding of how the platform works, and to track and analyze the performance of your campaigns in order to optimize them for the best results.

Paid Media campaign in Facebook

Paid media campaigns on Facebook are advertising campaigns that businesses can run on the Facebook platform. These campaigns allow businesses to display ads to specific audiences on Facebook, Instagram, and the Audience Network.

There are several types of ads available on Facebook:

  • Image and video ads: These are the most basic types of ads on Facebook and allow businesses to display a single image or video to their target audience.
  • Carousel ads: These allow businesses to display multiple images or videos in a single ad, and users can swipe through them.
  • Slideshow ads: These are similar to carousel ads but use a combination of images and videos to create a slideshow-like experience.
  • Collection ads: These allow businesses to showcase multiple products or services in a single ad and users can interact with them.
  • Story ads: These are full-screen ads that appear in the Stories section of Facebook, Instagram and Audience Network.
  • Lead Generation ads: These allow businesses to collect contact information from users directly through the ad.
  • Canvas ads: These are interactive and immersive ads that allow users to explore a business's products or services in a more engaging way.
  • Event ads: These allow businesses to promote events on Facebook and Instagram.

Facebook allows businesses to set a budget for their campaigns and only pay when someone clicks on their ad, views their video or takes a specific action. This makes it a pay-per-click (PPC), pay-per-view (PPV) or pay-per-action (PPA) advertising model. It also provides a lot of flexibility and targeting options, such as geographic targeting, demographic targeting, and even retargeting.

Facebook Ads can be a powerful tool for driving targeted traffic to a website, generating leads or sales, and building brand awareness. However, it's important to have a clear understanding of how the platform works, and to track and analyze the performance of your campaigns in order to optimize them for the best results.

Remarketing campaign in Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Reddit, Quora.

Remarketing campaigns, also known as retargeting campaigns, are a type of advertising campaign that allows businesses to display ads to people who have previously interacted with their website or mobile app. These campaigns are designed to bring back visitors who may have left the website without making a purchase or taking a specific action.

Remarketing campaigns typically use cookies or mobile device IDs to track users who have visited a website or used an app. When those users visit other websites or apps in the same network, they will see ads that are specifically targeted to them based on their previous actions.

There are several types of remarketing campaigns that businesses can run, including:

  • Search remarketing: This type of campaign is used to target people who have searched for specific keywords on a search engine.
  • Display remarketing: This type of campaign is used to target people who have visited a website or used an app and display ads on other websites or apps in the same network.
  • Video remarketing: This type of campaign is used to target people who have engaged with video content on a website or app and display video ads on other websites or apps in the same network.
  • Email remarketing: This type of campaign is used to target people who have opened or clicked on an email and display ads on other websites or apps in the same network.

Remarketing campaigns are designed to increase brand awareness, boost website traffic, and drive conversions by showing targeted ads to users who have already expressed an interest in a business's products or services. They can be very effective at increasing conversion rates and improving ROI.

Remarketing campaigns can be run on various platforms such as Google, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn, among others. It's important to note that to run remarketing campaigns you will need to have a remarketing tag on your website or app to track users.

YouTube Ads (Paid Search & Video Ads)

YouTube Ads are video advertisements that businesses can run on the YouTube platform. These ads are designed to reach a specific audience and drive engagement and conversions.

There are several types of YouTube Ads available, including:

  • TrueView In-Stream Ads: These ads play before, during, or after a video on YouTube and can be skipped after 5 seconds.
  • TrueView Discovery Ads: These ads appear in the search results and suggested videos on YouTube and can drive more views and clicks to a channel or video.
  • Bumper Ads: These are non-skippable 6-seconds video ads that play before a video.
  • Sponsored Cards: These are interactive overlays on a video that can promote a product or service.
  • Overlay Ads: These are banner ads that appear at the bottom of the video player.
  • Video Discovery Ads: These are promoted videos that show up in search results and as suggested videos on YouTube.
  • Masthead Ads: These are large banner ads that appear on the top of YouTube's homepage.

YouTube Ads can be targeted based on demographics, interests, behaviors, and keywords, allowing businesses to reach a specific audience. They also provide detailed analytics and metrics such as views, clicks, and conversions, making it easy to track the performance of the campaigns.

YouTube Ads can be a powerful tool for building brand awareness, driving website traffic, and generating leads or sales. They can also be used to increase the reach of a video and get more views on it. YouTube Ads can be run on a pay-per-view (PPV) or pay-per-click (PPC) basis, giving advertisers control over their budget and only paying when someone views or clicks on their ad.

Marketing automation campaign in Keap (or similar marketing automation platform)

Marketing automation campaigns are a type of advertising campaign that use software to automate repetitive tasks and personalize communication with customers. The goal of marketing automation is to increase efficiency and effectiveness of the marketing efforts, while also providing a personalized experience for customers.

Some examples of marketing automation campaigns include:

  • Lead nurturing: This type of campaign is used to target leads who have shown interest in a business's products or services but have not yet converted. The campaign sends a series of automated emails over time to educate and nurture the lead until they are ready to convert.
  • Drip campaigns: This type of campaign sends a series of automated emails over time to a specific group of people based on their actions or behaviors. For example, a drip campaign may be used to send a series of onboarding emails to new customers.
  • Abandoned cart emails: This type of campaign sends automated emails to customers who have added items to their shopping cart but have not completed their purchase.
  • Win-back campaigns: This type of campaign sends automated emails to customers who have not engaged with a business in a while in an attempt to re-engage them.
  • Upsell and Cross-sell: This type of campaign sends automated emails to customers who have made a purchase, suggesting complementary or related products they may be interested in.

Marketing automation campaigns can be set up to trigger based on specific actions or behaviors, such as visiting a website, signing up for a newsletter, or making a purchase. The campaigns can also be personalized using data such as demographics, behavior, purchase history, and more.

Marketing automation campaigns can be a powerful tool for businesses of all sizes to improve their marketing efforts, increase conversions, and provide a personalized customer experience. However, it's important to note that these campaigns require a significant set up and ongoing maintenance, and also to ensure that the communication with the customer is not too repetitive or impersonal.

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FAQ
Some of the popular questions we get:
What if the campaign I want to run is not mentioned above?
If it’s to do with digital marketing - we most likely have done this before and can be of assistance. Get in touch with us for a complementary consult to discuss your requirements.
How much does it cost?
It starts at $1,995 ex-GST per month and includes 25 management hours of the teams’ time each month. The pool of hours can be used across more than one campaign. Once we are clear on your marketing goals, we will provide a more precise quote. Please note this does not include media budget.
How do I know what media budget I need?
We will help you set a media budget against each channel (e.g. Google Ads, Facebook Ads, etc) based on demand and competitor data.
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