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As a small business owner, you know that getting traffic to your website is essential for driving sales. One of the most effective ways to do this is by using Google Ads. Google Ads is a powerful advertising platform that allows you to create targeted ads that appear when people search for keywords related to your business.

Here are some tips on how to use Google Ads effectively to drive traffic and sales for your SME:

Identify your target audience and keywords

Before you start creating your ads, it’s important to identify your target audience and the keywords they are likely to search for when looking for your products or services. Use Google’s Keyword Planner tool to find relevant keywords and estimate their search volume. This will help you create ads that are more likely to be shown to the right people.

Create compelling ad copy

Your ad copy should be clear, concise, and compelling. It should highlight the benefits of your products or services and include a strong call to action that encourages people to click on your ad. Use strong, attention-grabbing headlines and include your target keywords in your ad copy to make your ad more relevant to the search query.

Set your budget and bidding strategy

Google Ads allows you to set a daily budget for your ad campaign, as well as a bidding strategy. You can choose to bid for clicks, impressions, or conversions, depending on your goals. It’s important to set a realistic budget that allows you to achieve your advertising goals without overspending. You can also use Google’s automated bidding tools to help you optimize your bids for maximum results.

Use ad extensions

Ad extensions are additional pieces of information that you can include in your ad, such as your phone number, location, or links to specific pages on your website. Ad extensions can help your ad stand out and provide more information to potential customers. Make sure to include relevant ad extensions that will help you achieve your advertising goals.

Monitor and optimize your campaign

Once your ad campaign is live, it’s important to monitor its performance and make adjustments as needed. Use Google Analytics to track your website traffic and conversion rates, and adjust your ads and bidding strategy accordingly. Test different ad copy and landing pages to see what works best, and use negative keywords to prevent your ads from appearing for irrelevant searches.

Google Ads can be a highly effective way to drive traffic and sales for your SME. By identifying your target audience and keywords, creating compelling ad copy, setting a realistic budget and bidding strategy, using ad extensions, and monitoring and optimizing your campaign, you can create an effective Google Ads campaign that helps you achieve your advertising goals.

About Désiré Roberts
Brand Consultant @ TILT Creative

Désiré is a senior brand consultant obsessed with brand growth. With over a decade of experience, she has worked with all sizes of companies, from all over the world, across various industries. She’s different because she doesn’t play by the rule book and she loves the challenge of the learning curves of every industry, which has given her an unrivalled competitive edge with an incredible body of knowledge and experience. She’s laser focused, meticulous, ambitious, persevering, and self-driven.

“When you’re a medium to large company, you need a level of authority that’s divergent from the small business sector. The competition is stronger and the stakes are much higher. The same brand tactics will not work; there’s millions of pounds on the line. You have to find someone who is willing to push boundaries and not just think outside of the box, but think outside of the universe. You must change your perspective to play in this ring, else you be knocked out in the first round.

Likewise, when you’re growing a small business, you can’t use the same rule book as the big boys – you have to play the game of your own sector, just better than your competitors. The interesting thing is that not many SMEs pay attention to brand, so just by tightening that area up, you’re instantly in a much better position than your competitors.”

Since you’re looking for someone to level up your brand, you need not look any further; you’ve found it.

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