One of the quickest ways you can drive traffic to your family lawyer’s website is with paid advertising, and the most popular of those is Google Ads. Google Ads has been providing businesses with a quick and straightforward way to promote themselves on Google’s search engine and other partner websites for years, and you may recall it being called Google AdWords in the past.
Despite it being a relatively simple process to set up ads, many business owners pass it to a local digital marketing agency to get their ads created and then manage them so that the ads are continuously optimised for the best results possible. Unfortunately, even though there are such agencies to do the work, some businesses remain reluctant to try Google Ads.
For some, their hesitance is not related to setting up ads but their fears about how much running Google Ads will cost them. This is understandable given that paid advertising in all its forms can be costly, and whilst most will generate a handsome return on that investment, there are no guarantees of success.
Daily Budget Limit
Google Ads is the ideal solution for those with a limited budget, whether it is a genuine lack of funds or simply that you do not want to commit too much to an ad campaign until it has been proven to work. Either way, Google Ads allows you to set a daily budget limit so that no matter what happens over the month, the daily average spend should never be above that limit.
Suppose you see your ads are working well and generating quality traffic. In that case, you can gradually increase your daily budget and check your data to see if each increase is reflected in the increased traffic to your website until you hit an optimum level.
Effective Keyword Targeting
The basis of Google Ads is keywords whereby you will bid on each keyword you believe those interested in hiring a family lawyer in your catchment area would enter into Google. The most entered searches will attract the highest bids, and those keywords that are not searched for as often will have lower recommendations.