GOOGLE & FACEBOOK ADS
Google Ads vs Facebook Ads - How They Work
What’s the difference between Facebook Ads and Google Ads? The main difference is how products/services are shown to consumers. Facebook shows ads to users based on their interests, while Google shows relevant ads to those who are specifically searching for a product. In simple terms, Facebook tends to focus on brand outreach, while Google focuses on lead conversion.
Google Ads will help you find new customers right away and in the process, give you an instant return on your marketing investment. While Facebook Ads will help new customers find and explore you. And this way gives you a better ROI in the long run.
Simply put, when it comes to the primary difference between Google AdWords and Facebook Ads, you can think of it this way: AdWords helps you find new customers, while Facebook helps new customers find you.
We Deliver Proven Facebook or Google Ad Campaigns that will attract and convert more customers to your business than any other online source.
Robin Web Consulting will focus on direct response and customer acquisition in E-commerce, lead gen, and mobile.
We take your customer’s on a conversion focused journey. In today’s world, long-term & profitable businesses are no longer built around just product sales. They’re built around branding and story telling.
Robin Web Consulting will:
Cover all bases used online by your target market when they are searching for your services.
We will create and manage your Pay-per-click campaigns such as Facebook Ads, Re-targeted ads, Google Text Ads, Google Search Display Ads on Google and YouTube
We create well-crafted Instagram ads to increase your business on Instagram. Ads do best when they’re well shot, interesting to look at and artistic. Our Ads draw people in and keep them wanting more.
We create Ad campaigns that send high-quality traffic to your landing page to convert to sales and leads.
Retargeting creates greater online sales by keeping your brand and company in the customers eyes and bringing “passive shoppers” back when they’re ready to buy.