PPC Management Agency

Our deep pay-per-click knowledge married with conversion focused copy & design will grow your profitability from paid media campaigns on Google & Bing.

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Right Ads, Right Bids

It might be called pay per click, but clicks are not at all what PPC is about. Instead, we will manage your PPC campaign to show the right ad to the right person at the right cost, then convert them into a lead or sale with a high performing landing page.

It’s a powerful, proven path to PPC profits, and one our clients across New Zealand are using to grow their businesses. Find out what can be done for your PPC campaign now with a free proposal.

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Powerful, Proven PPC Profits

If you can bid on it, we can manage it. Our super experienced team have battled it out on the frontlines of New Zealand pay-per-click advertising on Google & Bing.

Today, the smart money on Google Ads is invested in conversion optimised campaigns. Simply put, you need to be using proven psychological design and copywriting tactics to convert as many of those paid Google Ads clicks into enquiries and sales as possible.

Most PPC managers don’t get it right. But the top Kiwi Google Ads management agencies like Local Digital? We ensure conversion is at the heart of everything we do.

A top rated & trusted PPC management service

See how our PPC services have had a dramatic impact on these New Zealand businesses

We’ve seen our online revenue quadruple and it has resulted in greater business performance.

Avi Pollak
Operations Manager, Pearson's Florist

We’re getting in 20 quotes per day which is almost more than I can handle to answer.

Callan Pascoe
Owner, Clearlight Designs

Our online store has achieved record results and seen triple digit growth over the past three years.

Adam Shalala
Ecommerce Manager, IN SPORT

We’re generating more leads & getting more work.

Billy Ganley
Director, PointBrik

We’ve achieved financial goals we thought were never going to be possible.

Chris Watts
General Manager, Flavours Catering

We increased leads something like 500% and that was with the same level of spend.

Chris Costin
Marketing Manager, ActronAir

Seeing the increase in traffic & sales really has given me a buzz. I didn’t think it was possible in such a short time frame

Wayne Francis
Managing Director, Recompute

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Why Choose Local Digital For PPC Management

There are a lot of options out there when it comes to managing your PPC campaigns. Here's what puts Local Digital out in front.

Google Premier Partners

Reserved for the best of the best, the Premier Partner badge held by Local Digital indicates that Google consider us to be an elite PPC campaign management service. By the way, we're also Facebook advertising partners.

Track Record of Results

Our website is packed full of case studies and video testimonials. Our Google profile has a large number of 5-star reviews from real customers. We have a track record of strong results other agencies simply can't match.

Best In Breed Team

Our team of PPC managers has been hand picked and we're proud to have some of the most experienced digital marketers in the Australian industry on our team. Feel free to check our team's history on LinkedIn then compare us to the other options.

Any questions? Read our FAQ

  • How does Google PPC work?

    Google PPC is a pay-per-click marketing campaign. It is a form of advertising through which you create a budget, make advertisements for Google platforms, and pay for the clicks on your ads. A user must click on the link in the ad for you to pay anything.

    There are several variations of this theme, including pay-per-impression and pay-per-view. There are a couple of places that Google PPC works best to market your company or product. Perhaps the most popular location is on the Google search-engine results themselves. Google Search ads appear on search-engine results for pre-selected terms. Other types of Google PPCs include local search ads, display ads, and remarketing.

    Google’s PPC advertising platform will provide analytics insight, so you can track which ads, copy, and strategies are most effective for you.

  • What are PPC management services?

    PPC management services oversee the pay-per-click marketing activities of a business. Specifically, the service comprises a group of marketers who specialize in pay-per-click campaigns and advertising strategy. These services can be an in-house unit of a business or delivered by an external vendor like Local Digital.

    PPC management services take on the complexities of Google & Bing advertising. That can include researching cluster topics and keywords, measuring return on investment (ROI), campaign optimization, and A/B testing content, which is a method of data collection that compares before and after results. PPC managers will also analyze competitors’ efforts to see how you can best differentiate yourself and take advantage of market gaps. The overall goal is to maximize the reach and effect of your pay-per-click advertisements and therefore bolster your bottom line.

    Not every business is big enough to have a marketing department, let alone a PPC management team. If this is the case, it makes sense to consult with an external agency like Local Digital. This move will allow your business to expand its marketing presence without overexerting it financially.

  • Why is PPC important?

    There are countless ways to advertise, and there are countless variations within pay-per-click (PPC) ads themselves. PPC marketing generally is considered one of the best ways to promote your business online. It provides you with a straightforward introduction to marketing that only charges you when people click on your ads.

    PPC provides immediate and tangible results. Once you create and post your ads, you will be able to see how many people click on them, and how they affect sales. Several analytics tools provide data so you can see how many people viewed a particular ad and how many of them performed the call to action.

    PPC provides you with immense amounts of control over your marketing campaigns. You can allocate money to your marketing based on your budget, and you can dictate the visitor experience. For instance, PPC ads let you choose where you want visitors to go, be that a landing page, social-media account, or catalog.

  • How can PPC help your business?

    PPC guarantees immediate and consistent traffic that you could not otherwise receive. The key, though, is that PPC isn’t simply casting a wide net and hoping to attract visitors. Instead, your ads are targeted based on specific keywords to maximize the number of potential customers that you can generate.

    What’s more, the traffic these ads create to your website is consistent. You can set a budget in advance that will correspond to the number of daily visitors you’ll get for your investment. And if a specific ad is underperforming or not leading to the ideal returns on your investments, it is easy to change or edit your strategy or your ad.

    Consider this: You can place an ad at the top of the search engine that generates new eyeballs on your information, especially if you have a young company that hasn’t fully established its search-engine optimization (SEO) strategy. This ad will not only drive people to your website but also reinforce their connection with the associated keywords. Search ads can be invaluable because most people won’t click on results after the second page.

  • What does a PPC manager do?

    A PPC manager oversees the marketing strategy of pay-per-click marketing campaigns. This position includes performing competitive research to target select keywords and tweaking existing advertisements to maximize PPC performance. The manager has a hand in all aspects of the marketing process, from start to finish.

    The first responsibilities are launching and optimizing PPC campaigns. That can include identifying platforms on which to advertise, targeting topic clusters, and overseeing copywriting. Managers also can monitor the budget and suggest new campaigns, depending on emerging advertising platforms.

    Once your campaigns are active, the PPC manager’s responsibilities shifts toward monitoring and updating tactics. The manager will do everything from tracking key performance indicators (KPIs) to adjusting bids and finding ways to reduce click fraud. The manager will use results for your next PPC campaign.

  • How long does it take for PPC to work?

    Once you decide to launch a pay-per-click marketing campaign, how long does it take to work? The short answer is that it varies. Many times, users will see immediate spikes in traffic to their websites and start improving their returns on investment. A more realistic estimate is three months, though, especially if your business is new to PPC marketing.

    While a three-month window is not a hard-and-fast rule, it does provide enough time for businesses to get acquainted with the Google algorithm and register an outstanding Quality Score. The relationship also works the other way, too. Once you have a moderate sample size of content, Google can better understand your business and its brand identity.

    The ramp-up to the three-month milestone is about learning and adjusting. PPC managers should be continuously monitoring performance and costs while testing new ad copy and graphics. This trial period provides businesses with an opportunity to determine which ads are most effective with your customers and develop PPC campaigns around those findings.

  • What are the common PPC abbreviations and their meanings?

    The world of pay-per-click (PPC) marketing is rife with acronyms. After a while, the jargon becomes secondhand, and you start using it in regular conversation. If you are new to the world of PPC, though, following are a few popular abbreviations you’ll need to learn:

    • CPA: Cost Per Action – The cost of acquiring a paying customer during a campaign.
    • CPC: Cost Per Click – Synonymous with PPC, CPC is a method that bills your business based on the number of times someone clicks on your ad.
    • CTR: Click-Through Rate – The ratio of people who saw and clicked on the hyperlink of your ad to the number of total users who viewed the ad.
    • ROAS: Return On Advertising Speed – This measures ad effectiveness by taking campaign revenue generated and dividing it by total expenses.
    • ROI: Return On Investment – Typically refers to profits minus costs, divided by costs, as a measure of the profits attributable to a particular ad or campaign.

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