After a campaign has been built, but before it launches, we like to schedule a time with you to review the campaign before it goes live. This is to ensure that your initials goals are being strategically implemented, and allows everyone who's a part of the process to voice any concerns.
If you have a large customer list, and if your Google account is eligible for "customer match," then you can implement some cross-selling and retargeting campaigns. Because the audience size is limited and much smaller than an audience found on Google, we won't need a large budget for this strategy. After about a month or two of gathering conversion data, we can also create a "similar audience" based on the customer list. Similar audiences are often effective, and we will incorporate it into our proactive targeting campaigns.
Why do I need a Branded Search Campaign/Why do I need to spend money when someone is searching for my brand name?
Avoid sending hot leads to competitors and gain extra data for optimization opportunities.
Technically, you’ll start to see results right away; however, it takes about 90 days for a campaign to “normalize” to the point of understanding how it will perform long-term.
It's possible to target competitors beyond the basic competitor campaign (which is where we show an ad after someone searches for a competitor). We can do this using affinity & intent audiences (which are audiences of people who are frequently associated with the competitor's business).