At the start of the life of every website, the people involved have to take on a variety of roles. Eventually, if the website becomes successful, the roles will have to be delegated to continue to the current rate of production. In the case of your PPC campaigns, it’s understandable when you have to pass the buck in this area. . You may feel that you may want to learn more about pay per click management to help your company grow–and in some cases that will work for you, but the skills and tools needed for a successful PPC campaign aren’t quickly learned.  Every major website has a marketing department that’s separate from their writing group. Having a person who’s devoted to PPC frees your time up to focus on other areas of operation. It’s a delicate game trying to place advertisements into your content without creating the impression that your website is more about selling than informing the visitors. It’s an even harder challenge to get your visitors to click on these advertisements. Some websites are able to get advertising deals with major manufacturers with high name recognition, but you have to have a large amount of traffic that’s consistent with a rate of return that’s hard to replicate elsewhere. Raising your rate of return is a process that keeps going, even after you have become a successful internet organization.

Visitors have strange habits. Sometimes they will bite on certain content and buy products as a result of their reading it. Other times they will read the same content for a different product and not buy anything. You have to keep an eye on traffic and revenue levels for the first few months of the life of a particular piece of content and constantly test and modify ad copy, bid techniques, and landing pages.  Content has a strange look to it after a while if you keep working at it. It starts to resemble a patchwork quilt with every revision showing through. Ideally, you will go back and read your content to make sure it flows together like it did when you first published it. In most cases, you have to make your changes quickly, leaving little or no time to ensure it’s clear and concise. Major content producers have this problem because several people are touching the same pieces of content. A sound editorial process will iron out any consistencies in how you deal with refining your content.

As you begin ramp up your advertising, it becomes more important than ever for you to stay on top of your PPC campaigns. You have to worry about keeping your campaigns in check and current issues like available tools and click fraud. Very little time remains for you to work on your PPC campaigns by yourself. Plus, with someone who’s devoted to PPC, you have a chance to grow your presence in that area to increase its revenue. So if you are starting out you can do some research on your own to get a feel for how to set up a quality campaign, and there are a lot of Google coupons going around for a free $100 to get a new account started–so you can start trying out PPC on your own, but most of the time you’ll quickly learn that having someone else manage and track your PPC is more profitable, easier to scale, and tracked and managed better than if you or someone else with minimal PPC knowledge were to do it on your own.

 

Peter Daisyme is a writer, computer nerd, Virtual Tour Fan, Writer at PPC.org. & Bloggin.org. Follow me on Twitter @peterdaisyme

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