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An indepth Adwords introduction class I delivered for General Assembly Sydney.

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Key advantages of Search Engine Marketing (SEM)
AdWords terminology
How Adwords actually works
Which keywords should you pick
Methods to create effective ad copy
Landing page fundamentals
Walkthrough setup
Advanced bidding and ad options
Tools & tips
Freebies

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  • Once you entered in an auction,Google looks at 2 key factors to determine where your ad ranks
  • You always pay the minimum amount you can pay for the position you win if your ads are clicked onNotice how Advertiser 1 can pay less than the rest due to its high quality scoreIt directly affects your… –Ad rank (Ad Positioning) –minimum first page bid and actual CPC –Impression share –Ability to appear above the organic search results •It indirectly affects your.. –Conversion rate –Bidding / Reporting strategies •Improving your AdWords Quality Score is one of the most important campaign metrics to focus on improving!
  • Similar to AIDAAwarenessInformationDecisionAction
  • 1. The 3-second test(Do I get the gist of this page after looking at it for 3 seconds, and without scrolling?)2. The ID test(Is it obvious whose site this is, and where the owners are located?)3. The accessibility test(Can everyone get the essential information regardless of their ability, computer, modem, browser or preferences?)4. The "so what?" test(Are you talking to me? Why should I care? And is it obvious what I'm supposed to do next?)5. The "yeah, right!" test(Can I trust you? How smart are you? How old is this information?)6. The serenity test(Does the page look spacious, calm and orderly? Does its very appearance make me feel confident and calm?)7. The found-in-space test(Can I find this page by using a common search engine or directory?)

Introduction to google adwords Introduction to google adwords Presentation Transcript

  • INTRODUCTION TO GOOGLE ADWORDS Frederic Chanut Managing Director In Marketing We Trust
  • SLIDES AVAILABLE http://www.inmarketingwetrust.com.au/google-adwords-course/ YES
  • INTRO TO GOOGLE ADWORDS ‣ Key advantages ‣ AdWords terminology ‣ How Adwords actually works ‣ Which keywords should you pick ‣ Methods to create effective ad copy ‣ Landing page fundamentals ‣ Walkthrough setup ‣ Advanced bidding and ad options (if enough time) ‣ Tools & tips (if enough time) ‣ Freebies (if enough time) 3
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  • HOW TO GET RICH WITH GOOGLE IN 10 MIN. 1. Open a free Google AdWords account 2. Enter your credit card details. 3. Find what users would type in to Google to find you 4. Select these “keywords” in the AdWords console and set a bid price. 5. Write an attractive ad that you would like to be seen by prospects. 6. Decide on a maximum daily budget. 7. Turn campaign live Get Traffic> Pay Google> Make Sales > RETIRE 5
  • THE BIG SECRET IS… SEARCH MARKETING SUCCESS 6 Link NO SPOON. NO SHORTCUT. JFDI
  • #1 SOURCE USED IN PURCHASE DECISIONS 7 90% 74% 39% 38% 38% 35% Search engines Brand sites Professional organization sites Peer-generated onlinereviews Professional networking sites Trade magazine sites Source: Google & Compete, B2B Customer Study, 2012
  • ADWORDS AS INVESTMENT MODEL 8
  • 94% 6% Google Others SEARCH ENGINES IN AUSTRALIA 9
  • SEM VS SEO 10
  • SEO vs SEM Organic Adwords TRAFFIC BREAKDOWN 11
  • Don’t leave Adwords to IT!!! ADWORDS IS A MARKETING INITIATIVE 12
  • KEY ADVANTAGES “So is that internet marketing another fad?!” GM of a Very large NPO in Aus. Nov-12 INTRODUCTION TO GOOGLE ADWORDS
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  • source AGILITY 18
  • ADWORDS BEST USED FOR ‣Testing ‣Early Stage ‣Fast deployment ‣Buried pages (difficult for SEO) ‣Focus on Conversion ‣Great for Bottom of the funnel action 19
  • ADWORDS TERMINOLOGY "$ CTR > CPM via QS inc. on [] kwd and test {} to boost M.Share for SEM to boost ROI " Winner of Search Marketing Industry Bingo 2013 INTRODUCTION TO GOOGLE ADWORDS
  • Display network: Websites, forums, or blogs that aren't owned by Google, but have Google AdWords ads (also known as Adsense ads) on them. Search network: The online network people go to when searching for a solution to a problem they're having. Ad position: The placement of an ad on the Google search results pages. Position #1 is at the top of the first page. Impression: The display of an ad on a web page. Call to action: Directions within an ad for the reader to take an action CTR (click-through rate): The number of clicks an ad receives divided by the number of impressions. The higher the CTR, the more effective Google considers the ad. GOOGLE ADWORDS TERMINOLOGY 21
  • Landing page: The first webpage shown after an ad is clicked. The page is constructed to appeal to the same desire as the ad. Traffic: The number of visitors to your website. Conversion: A desirable action by a website visitor, including joining a mailing list, buying a product, calling a phone number, or downloading a file. Bid price: The maximum amount of money an advertiser is willing to pay for a click from a given keyword. Quality Score: Quality Score is the basis for measuring the quality of the keyword you chosen and ad and determining your cost-per-clicks (CPCs). CPC (cost per click): The amount an advertiser is charged for a single click. Different keywords cost different amounts, depending on competition. GOOGLE ADWORDS TERMINOLOGY 22
  • HOW ADWORDS ACTUALLY WORKS … and how to stop wasting your mullah (not Omar, the other one) INTRODUCTION TO GOOGLE ADWORDS
  • NUTS AND BOLTS MY FAVOURITE BREAKFAST 24
  • ADWORDS 101 VIDEO BY GOOGLE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ka4tCkYXHiE 25
  • STARTS WITH A SEARCH QUERY 26
  • BIDDING AUCTION 27
  • UNDERSTANDING ADRANK 28 Source
  • DETERMINE WHAT YOU PAY 29
  • Account Campaign #1 Ad Group #1-1 Keyword #1-1-1 Keyword #1-1-2 Keyword #1-1-3 Keyword #1-1-4 Ad Copy #1-1-1 Ad Copy #1-1-2 Ad Group #1-2 Keyword #1-2-1 Keyword #1-2-2 Keyword #1-2-3 Keyword #1-2-4 Ad Copy #1-2-1 Ad Copy #1-2-2 Campaign #2 Ad Group #2-1 Keyword #2-1-1 Keyword #2-1-2 Keyword #2-1-3 Keyword #2-1-4 Ad Copy #2-1-1 Ad Copy #2-1-2 Ad Group #2-2 Keyword #2-2-1 Keyword #2-2-2 Keyword #2-2-3 Keyword #2-2-4 Ad Copy #2-2-1 Ad Copy #2-2-2 ADWORDS ACCOUNT STRUCTURE 30 Keep kwds in Adgroup as tight as possible
  • WHICH KEYWORD TO PICK I really think “Stuffed kangaroo balls bottle opener” is the perfect keyword for our tourists market… INTRODUCTION TO GOOGLE ADWORDS
  • Search Marketing transform your customer pain points into their spoken/written language You need to understand their Search Intent Your worst enemies: Jargon Corporate Speak Creative Description CUSTOMER PROBLEM 32
  • KEYWORD MAPPING PURCHASE FUNNEL 33
  • KEYWORD POPULARITY 34
  • ProductSubcategoryCategoryHomepage Online Shoes Women shoes Online Women boots online Black Knee high boot online Stilettos online Classic Louboutin stilettos online Men shoes Online Boat shoes brown boat shoes for men KEYWORD MAPPING ECOMMERCE 35
  • Too Broad Too Narrow Cabramatta knee high- boots with rubber soles Black boat shoes for men size 13 in Manly Shopping Shoes KEYWORD PICKING 36
  • KEY OBJECTIVES Your Teammate’s keyword EXERCISE AGENDA Time 5 min 1. Teammate defines his audience 2. Teammate defines his audience pain point 3. Teammate pitches his product (30 secs) 4. Write the first 3 queries you would use to find his product/his competitor 5. SwapDELIVERABLE Top 3 keywords your audience would use RESOURCES Your Neighbour, Pen/ Paper; Laptop; iPad/ Tablet 37
  • WALKTHROUGH – FIND KEYWORDS 38
  • KEYWORD TYPES 39
  • MATCH TYPES 40
  • KEY OBJECTIVES Your Top keyword EXERCISE AGENDA Time 7 min 1. Use Previous exercises 2. Enter best term in Ubersuggest 3. Add term in Adwords (don’t forget negatives) 4. Select Broad, Exact, include CPC 5. Download CSVs and combine data 6. Save docDELIVERABLE Top keywords for your audience would use RESOURCES Internet connection, Ubersuggest, Adwords External Keywords Tool, 41
  • SURPRISE MATHS Bastard!!! I knew something was brewing. Never trust a Frenchman… INTRODUCTION TO GOOGLE ADWORDS
  • MOST EXPENSIVE KEYWORD IN ADWORDS? QUIZZ 43 [Mesothelioma settlement] $142.67
  • Link THE RIGHT METRIC 44
  • Interactiveaccounting.com.au Sells $400/mth package Max spend per cust. $ 500 Assume: Sydney accountant Search volume: 9,900/Mo 3% of Search clicks ads 3% x 9,900 searches = 297 Cost per $3,53 x 297 = $1,048 3% of clicks generate enquiry 3% x 297 searches = 9 Cost per lead =$116 20% of enquiry Convert 20% x 6 leads = 2 Cost per cust =$524 SALES & PROFITABILITY FUNNEL Search Click Enquire Convert PRACTICAL EXAMPLE 45
  • Interactiveaccounting.com.au Sells $400/mth package Max spend per cust. $ 500 Assume: Sydney accountant Search volume: 9,900/Mo 3% of Search clicks ads 3% x 9,900 searches = 297 Cost per $3,53 x 297 = $1,048 5% of clicks generate enquiry 5% x 297 searches = 15 Cost per lead =$70 20% of enquiry Convert 20% x 15 leads = 3 Cost per cust =$349 SALES & PROFITABILITY FUNNEL Search Click Enquire Convert CONVERSION MATTERS 46
  • IMPROVE YOUR FUNNEL Keywords ‣ More of the right keywords ‣ Pause less relevant keywords ‣ Better match type ‣ More Negative keywords Ads ‣ More relevant Ad Copy ‣ Better Call to Action Settings ‣ Improved Bidding ‣ Improved Geo targeting ‣ Tweak campaign settings Landing Page ‣ Improved landing pages ‣ Improve Call to Action (on-site) ‣ Remarketing (95% didn’t convert) 47
  • THIS NEED TO BE EXCITING FOR YOU ADWORDS = SPREADSHEETS 48
  • 7 STEPS ADWORDS SUCCESS LOOP 49
  • CREATING EFFECTIVE AD COPY “Hey Target Audience, buy this". - iinet bus ad INTRODUCTION TO GOOGLE ADWORDS
  • AD COPY BASICS - Headline grabs users’ attention and make them aware of your offering. - Description line 1 should spark users’ interest in your offering. - Description line 2 should develop a desire to obtain your product. - And finally, the Display URL consolidate a user’s decision to take action. 51 This Title Is max length! 25 www.mattsfruitstand.com/titlelimits 35 This Line Is Okay To Use. Max limit 35 This Line Is Okay To Use. Max limit 35
  • 9 TIPS TO WRITE GOOD AD COPY 1. Be Specific 2. Highlight your Unique Selling Proposition 3. Don’t forget your keywords 4. Include A Call to Action 5. Stand Out from your Competitors 6. Get Right To the Point 7. Ad Formatting is Important 8. Display URL is a part of your Ad Copy 9. Test…Test & Test 52
  • KEY OBJECTIVES Write effective Ad Copy EXERCISE AGENDA Time 5 min 1. Use Template 2. Create 3 copies for 1 Adgroup in bottom campaign 3. Save doc DELIVERABLE Ad variation for your ad group RESOURCES Internet connection, Ubersuggest, Adwords External Keywords Tool, 53
  • LANDING PAGE “Where the f*ck am I?!!” First time Yahoo user. INTRODUCTION TO GOOGLE ADWORDS
  • LEAD GENERATION ECOMMERCE CONTACT REGISTER DOWNLOAD / USE / TAKE ACTION WHY DOES YOUR WEBSITE EXIST 55
  • At least for the armed & dangerous ones LANDING PAGE SHOULD WORK FOR THOSE 3 56
  • BEST EXAMPLE 57
  • BASIC LANDING QUALITY TEST 1. The 3-second test => Engaging visuals 2. The ID test => Clear brand indent 3. The accessibility test => Clear contact, trackable 4. The "so what?" test => Value Prop, Powerful headline 5. The "yeah, right!" test => Awards, Certification 6. The serenity test => Testimonials 7. The “Now what?” => Clear Call to Action 8. More info => Quality Score + SEO 9. Just frickin sign-up!!! => No navigation, no distraction 58
  • KEY OBJECTIVES Your Teammate’s content EXERCISE AGENDA Time 10 min 1. Using previous top keywords 2. Write the 7 things you would expect to find to answer your query 3. Compare against current current page 4. Swap DELIVERABLE Top 3 keywords your audience would use RESOURCES Your Neighbour, Pen/ Paper; Laptop; iPad/ Tablet 59
  • 60 Shut up and take my money
  • WALK- THROUGH 1ST CAMPAIGN T’was about time!! INTRODUCTION TO GOOGLE ADWORDS
  • WALKTHROUGH – FIRST SCREEN 62
  • WALKTHROUGH – SETUP ANALYTICS 63
  • WALKTHROUGH – SETUP ANALYTICS 64
  • WALKTHROUGH – SETUP ANALYTICS 65 More info
  • WALKTHROUGH – FIRST CAMPAIGN 66
  • WALKTHROUGH – FIRST CAMPAIGN 67
  • WALKTHROUGH – FIRST CAMPAIGN 68
  • WALKTHROUGH – FIRST CAMPAIGN 69
  • WALKTHROUGH ADWORDS IN ANALYTICS 70
  • WALKTHROUGH ADWORDS IN ANALYTICS 71
  • WALKTHROUGH ADWORDS IN ANALYTICS 72
  • ADVANCED BIDDING AND AD OPTIONS “It’s relatively simple” - Albert E. INTRODUCTION TO GOOGLE ADWORDS
  • 74 Link
  • DISPLAY NETWORK 75
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  • REMARKETING BENCHMARK 77 Average CTR .15%-.3% Cost • Should average less than $5CPM Conversions •Click through – can average 3X of PPC •View through conversion can average 10:1 of click through http://www.chango.com/blog/search-retargeting-guide-part-2 Optimal imp. per Person •15-20 •3 month saturation
  • TOOLS & TIPS “Lost my inspiration, so nothing to say on this slide” – Sad isn’t it INTRODUCTION TO GOOGLE ADWORDS
  • ADWORDS KEYWORD TOOL 79 Tight Grouping In your research. Include negatives to remove keyword ideas . Keep your kwd group tight to get better results from Ideas
  • GOOGLE SUGGEST 80 Wildcard Search Use Wildcard (*) and tilda (~) to search variations of your search query or synonyms
  • SOOVLE.COM 81 Bookmark it
  • UBERSUGGEST 82 Bookmark it
  • KEY OBJECTIVES Define your negative keywords EXERCISE AGENDA Time 5 min 1. Using Google Suggest or Ubersuggest 2. List all non relevant keywords 3. Save list in Excel Doc DELIVERABLE Negatives keyword list RESOURCES Internet, Adwords Keywords tool, Ubersuggest, Excel Spreadsheet 83
  • ADWORDS EDITOR 84 Free Download
  • GOOGLE TRENDS 85 Bookmark it
  • SEM + COMPETITORS KWDS 86
  • KEYWORDSPY 87
  • Not cheap Good for bigger budgets & Campaigns WORDSTREAM 88
  • FREEBIES Candy from strangers taste so much better cause it’s FREE…
  • Understanding Multi-channel CUSTOMER PATH & MULTI CHANNEL 90
  • 89% of the visits to the advertiser’s site from search ad clicks were incremental http://research.google.com/pubs/pub37731.html CANNIBALISATION? 91
  • ‣ A – Acquisition – users come to the site from various channels ‣ A – Activation – users enjoys first visit – “happy” user experience ‣ R – Retention – users come back, visit multiple times ‣ R – Referral – users like the product enough to refer others ‣ R – Revenue – users conduct some monetization behaviour By Dave McClure – 500 startups THE PIRATE METHOD 92
  • Top Keywords => SEM – Get volume + Visibility for Validation Long Tail Keywords => SEO + Social Media via Content Marketing Key Metrics => Cost of Customer Acquisition => Minimise CPA for Adwords => Increase # of keywords EARLY STAGE A – ACQUISITION 93
  • All Keywords => A SEM field play => Test & learn => Chat Ads Key Metrics => Conversion Rate VALIDATION A – ACTIVATION 94
  • Mid-funnel => SEO + Social Media via Content Marketing Signed users => ReMarketing (focus on free trial users) => Email Ads Key Metrics => % of return visitors => Page/visit VALIDATION R – RETENTION 95
  • All keywords => SEO + Social Media via Content Marketing Users => ReMarketing (non stalky, make you look bigger) => Special offers => Ads with social Key Metrics => % of return visitors => Page/visit SCALE R – REFERRAL 96
  • Top Keywords => SEO Dynamic Keywords => SEM Key Metrics => Cust. Acquisition Cost => Rev. Per Visitor => Margin Per Visitor ESTABLISHED PRODUCT R – REVENUE 97
  • Frederic Chanut Managing Director, In Marketing We Trust m. 04 3837 1981 e. frederic@inmarketingwetrust.com.au www.inmarketingwetrust.com.au Connect with us THANK YOU! 98 Keep in touch if you want feedback on your own strategy