We currently leverage Triple Dart Digital's google ad services. The team's knowledge about the platform is impressive. They're able to understand the bottom-funnel problems that we have (lead flow, revenue generation, etc.) all the way to the top (impression share, clicks, etc.). Their reporting is good, and their weekly cadence is really helpful to understand campaign performances.
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Running PPC campaigns is time-consuming and complicated. Working with an agency gets you access to PPC experts with years of experience who can scale your ad campaigns quickly so you can be sure that your ads reach the right people who buy your products.
PPC advertising can cover a huge amount of traffic, but if you're new to it, it is easy to burn a lot of money and get very little returns. That's where the SaaS PPC Agency's experts step in. They help optimize the keywords and targeting your campaigns run for, help manage budgets, and share detailed reports -- ensuring your CPLs drop and you get more business.
As the cost to acquire new customers has shot up in the last few years, SaaS PPC advertising agencies have become an important partner to many businesses, providing expert support to ideate and create successful campaigns.
Here are some things to keep in mind:
1. Establish clear expectations in terms of campaign objectives, business goals, creative direction, budget, and timeline.
2. Make sure all parties agree to deadlines and deliverables before starting a project.
3. Set up regular meetings or check-ins for updates and feedback opportunities.
4. Listen to the agency's recommendations and feedback.
5. Be honest about what you can do, what you cannot do, and any potential changes that may arise throughout the project.