We help ambitious E-commerce brands spend their PPC budgets as effectively as possible.
We know the factors that are vital to providing PPC performance that makes a real difference to businesses.
Our E-commerce PPC workflow helps us minimise the disconnect between media spend and sales, whilst allowing us to optimise toward market critical factors such as user demand, competitiveness & seasonality and business critical factors such as stock levels, profit and priority.
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Optimising using only historical online revenue or ROI often does not align with ambitious e-commerce businesses. Including profit & stock per product is key to ensure the right kind of sales are being captured, whilst incorporating competitor activity & seasonality will ensure spend is based on the expected demand on an ongoing basis. Every algorithm we create is bespoke for the e-commerce advertisers specific priorities and is reviewed & tweaked regularly to ensure it’s as optimised as possible.
After we agree on the target we are aiming for, we recommend campaign spend across the 27 channel & intent splits to ensure we get the most relevant traffic for the activity. At all points we align Awareness & Direct Response spend with the all channel sales achieved, so we get the most realistic view on performance.
In the world of automated feed solutions, we believe a human touch is required to ensure bidding is set to a user’s intent across the product range. Our advanced campaign setup ensure we can fully unleash on the queries that are likely to result in a sale, whilst only appearing on the more costly generics if there is sufficient budget.
User behaviour & demand changes rapidly in e-commerce. We have a series of scripts setup to identify any short-term spikes at query theme level. This allows us to dramatically change optimisations to maximise demand when and where it is present.
We have E-commerce PPC solutions for ambitious e-commerce businesses of all sizes, contact us today to setup an introductory chat.