Pay-Per-Click Campaigns Cut Costs and Increase Calls
Want your business at the top of the search results pages like Google, Yahoo, and MSN? Look no further than Training For Success where we are actively developing the best possible strategies for your online advertising campaign through Pay Per Click advertising. We can have your business on page one of Google for hundreds of search terms! We target keywords that ensure that the searcher is looking to pay, not just one browsing around.
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Although the ways to achieve page one rankings for your site are numerous, a well-planned “pay per click” campaign through Training For Success is the fastest and most cost effective. Call us today and you’ll see, that through our integrated approach, utilizing both free and organic rankings, your online advertising campaign will soar.
What Our Clients Have Said
Alex Minzer, BulkOfficeSupply.com
As a result of our website consultation and pay-per-click campaign, Alex’s business has skyrocketed from $0 in sales to $2.5 million in annual revenues in only two years. It is quickly approaching the $3 million mark and will do so by the conclusion of its third year in operation. Alex’s company has recently become Customer Certified by BizRate on Shopzilla.com due to our marketing efforts and its continued reliable business.
Bill Raymond, Frank & Lindy Plumbing and Heating
Once Bill discovered the benefits of an effective pay-per-click campaign, he was able to increase his business by 175% while slashing his marketing budget by 67%. He recently won a national award for his success from the Nexstar network of independent electrical, heating, cooling, and plumbing service contractors.
Michael Carlin, MD Building Services
After acquiring us on his team for pay-per-click campaigning, Michael quickly began receiving multiple quality appointments, resulting in significant annual contracts.
Ted Hasle, 4 Star Services
Soon after beginning his pay-per-click campaign with us, Ted was able to lower significantly his advertisement spending while he sent out more service technicians on more service calls.