Google Ads Campaigns

Google Ads campaigns are the most effective paid advertising tool within search engines. Proper management of Google Ads campaigns enables companies to reach a large audience of potential customers. Through a combination of text, graphic, and video ads, campaigns are designed to capture users' attention based on their searches and interests. With advanced targeting options and a wide variety of ad formats, Google Ads offers flexibility and precision in achieving marketing goals.

From brand awareness to lead generation and direct sales, campaigns can be customized to meet each company's specific needs. With the use of detailed analytics and constant optimization, Google Ads campaigns allow you to maximize your return on investment and achieve tangible results.

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Types of Google Ads campaigns

Google Ads offers a wide range of campaign types, each with unique benefits to achieve specific marketing goals.
- Search Campaigns: these are the most common on Google Ads. They are displayed in Google search results when users search for keywords relevant to the ad.
- Display Campaigns: show graphic or video ads on websites, apps, and other online spaces that participate in Google's display network.
- Shopping campaigns: allow retailers to promote specific products directly in Google search results, showing images, prices and other information.
- Video Campaigns: promote video ads on YouTube and other websites and apps that support video ads.
- App campaigns: aim to promote mobile applications through ads on Google Search, Google Play, YouTube and Google's display network.

- PMax campaigns: use artificial intelligence and machine learning to automatically optimize campaign settings and budgets, based on advertising goals. These campaigns allow you to reach users during their browsing experience by showing ads in Google Discover, Gmail and YouTube, Search Network, Display Network, etc...
- Remarketing campaigns: aim to reach people who have already visited the website by showing them relevant ads as they browse online.

Benefits of Google Ads campaigns

Google Ads campaigns offer numerous benefits. First, they allow you to reach a wide audience of potential customers through Google's vast network, including search results, websites, apps and YouTube videos. Second, they offer total flexibility and control over budget and targeting strategies, allowing advertisers to tailor their campaigns according to the specific needs of their target audience. Third, campaigns can be monitored and optimized in real time, enabling advertisers to maximize return on investment and achieve marketing goals effectively and efficiently. In addition, Google Ads provides detailed data and in-depth analysis on campaign performance, enabling advertisers to make informed decisions and continuously improve their advertising strategies. Finally, with the ability to show personalized ads based on user behaviors, Google Ads campaigns can increase brand awareness, user engagement and conversions.

Project phases

Before starting a Google Ads campaign there are several steps you need to take in order to ensure excellent long-term results. Each stage has its own importance and should not be underestimated, because without a good analysis or goal setting, a tailored editorial plan cannot be made and banners can be created on target.
1. SECTOR ANALYSIS: A prior analysis of the keywords most searched by users in the area of interest is carried out, along with a ranking analysis of competitor websites, so as to understand which keywords they are positioned with.

2. GOAL SETTING: you define together with the client the target audience (geographic areas, languages, ad time slots, device type) and the goals you want to achieve, e.g., increasing e-commerce sales.
3. BUDGET SETTING: You define a maximum monthly advertising budget that will be used on a per-click basis. The cost of clicks is variable depending on many parameters, such as the relevance of the website with the requested keywords.
4. CHOOSE CAMPAIGN TYPE: Based on the type of project and the target audience you want to reach, you also define the budget for each type of Google Ads campaign you want to activate: Search, Display, Remarketing, Shopping or Gmail Ads.
5. CAMPAIGN LAUNCH: Once all materials are approved and platforms are set up, the campaign is launched, with daily performance monitoring and both daily and weekly proactive and reactive optimization.

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