$9,000 on tv spots for one week.
And that was only our portion.
And what was the payoff? Well, we got 6 leads, all very track-able and verifiable. I contacted all of them and one may be a bona fide buyer for about $1,000 worth of one of our products. And getting her to the brink of a buy took more effort than is usually expended.
Needless to say, but I will anyway, we’re really good online, but not so good on-air.
Compare that with my standard buy of $2,000/month for PPC.
What do I get from that?
The difference is staggering and I’ll break it all down in a few days.
But right now I’m preparing for a bi-weekly management meeting during which this latest buy will be one of our talking points… hopefully it won’t turn into a shouting point.
All the best,
Chris Moline, LEED AP
Keywords, meta tags… yawn. Well, not exactly. They do play a part in the search engine picture. But here is something missed by many amateurs – page titles.
It’s quite a simple way to go after a specific search-oriented customer. But consider this (because Google! sure does) – if you sell “widget x in washington dc” you should have a page titled “Widget x sales in Washington DC” instead of naming it “About Us.” I’ve been capitalizing on this for years and you get this nugget free.
Here’s an example:
The above doesn’t contribute to your search engine ranking if your customers are looking for hardwood floors in Northern Virginia. But this does:
Now, you can go overboard with a 100-word title, but you would be amazed how often the above has made me money… that’s right, I put that tag up there and on many other sites.
Stay tuned for more because there is a lot to learn!
All the best,
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