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Pay-per-call is an ideal marketing tactic for businesses that want qualified calls from prospective customers. But if you’re unfamiliar with the pay-per-call space, creating your first campaign can be intimidating. We are here to help make it easier for you. Here are four general steps you’ll need to complete to set up a successful pay-per-call program.
Lead generation is one of the toughest challenges for marketers today. Finding quality leads that convert? Even more challenging. For advertisers that provide services such as appliance repair or pest control, reaching the right audience at the right time can be quite difficult. Not to mention that, even if your campaign generates an abundance of leads, there’s no guarantee that those leads will be qualified. The process of filtering out unwanted leads can be painstakingly tedious (no marketer wants to do that) and require a lot of manpower.
Your brand is the part of your business that your customers and any potential customers recognize, interact with, and (hopefully) trust. Without a strong brand, you don’t have a sustainable business.
According to the ADA, 42% of Americans want to visit a dentist more often than they already do because they recognize the importance of dental health. For most dentists, reaching these prospective patients through traditional marketing methods is challenging.
Pay-per-call is a form of performance marketing in which advertisers pay to receive inbound calls from their target consumers. Many pay-per-call advertisers report a high return on ad spend (ROAS) since inbound calls typically come from consumers who are ready to purchase a service or book an appointment.
You’re running a pay-per-call campaign, and the calls are pouring in. Everything seems to be going as planned until a call goes to voicemail and the caller doesn’t leave a message. Suddenly, your mind fills with questions:
For appliance repair companies, the goal of marketing is to build a steady stream of business. However, with traditional marketing techniques and tight advertising budgets, it’s crucial – yet challenging – to know which marketing tactics will actually accomplish this goal.
Once upon a time, marketing and advertising was quite different – and much simpler. Prior to the industrial revolution, businesses relied mostly on word-of-mouth advertising and recommendations. At that time, the task of promoting products and services was not as complex (nor as demanding) as it is today. With the invention of mass-production, however, came the need for scalable marketing practices. This need, along with the rise of modern technology, gave way to a whole new era of marketing.
With the rise in digital device use and tracking technology has come a surge in new marketing efforts and methods. One such method is performance-based marketing. This trend has emerged as a valuable technique for not only generating leads but for measuring how each individual ad performs.