Thanks for your input blue. I'll launching my spring/summer advertising campaign in March. Google Adwords will be a part of this.I recently started a commercial cleaning company and just began using Adwords. I put some time into building a decent website and I have a local SEO company working it up the rankings but I wanted some immediate traffic. Over the last 2 weeks I've had lots of impressions but only about 5 clicks. The one call I got was from a construction company looking for a weekend cleanup on Sunday evening. I didn't take the job as it wasn't worth my time, but it was encouraging to know that people are able to find me if they search my keywords/phrases. With commercial cleaning, 1 conversion could pay for an entire year of Adwords.
Can you share her contact details? I'd love to get in contact with her for my own campaignGreat question... my experience with Google Adwords was I got 1 large account out of lots of bid requests. I pulled the Adwords plug and have focused on SEO. Keywords, Optimizing my website. In doing keyword research for the new website, I see certain keywords such as office cleaning result in the same cleaning companies appearing in the top 3-5 spots, so do I want to spend to $$$$ to compete with those entrenched cleaning companies or maybe look for some adwords/keywords that have a lower cost but similar traffic.
Hiring an Adwords professional... I hired 4 different Adword professionals to set up Adwords account, set keywords, negative keywords, area map etc. Only 1 of the 4 Adword Professionals got results = 1 large account, lots of RFP's, she did her job well better than the others, my experience with hiring Adwords pros. Brad BD Janitorial
I am wondering, is your "first clean always free", is it an advantage that works for you? When acquiring new accounts? With regards to office contract work, i am curious to know how well it works. Most commercial jobs are by contract.Even more important can be your on-site conversion rate. 100 clicks to your site and 0 conversions is a big problem. Make sure when they are on-page they see what they came for and you are directing them.