Does paid media management do justice to your marketing ROI?

Does paid media management do justice to your marketing ROI?

It’s a rule of thumb for marketers to generally gravitate to the channels that are the most effective for them. Interestingly, when it comes to perceptions of ROI among marketers, organic fairs a little better than social media overall. Many marketers are unaware of whether or not their activities on social media are generating ROI.

The obvious way to improve upon ROI from social media is to “do social better”. 

Content strategy

There has been rapid growth in the use of interactive medium such as Social media networks to support multiple content formats. The availability of various formats such as image, multi-image, video, text, etc, enables marketers to experiment with different types of content. This gives you the ability to gauge the best ways to attract and engage social users.

It’s your content that communicates your values and messages. However, simply producing and sharing content is no guarantee of success. Smart content marketers align social with other channels to make sure there is a consistent style of communication with their customers.

Social media is widely used as a personal tool to connect with friends and family. In some cases, being a part of conversations that align with one’s passion and personal interests.

If you fail to serve people with appropriate, relevant, or useful content, it can have the effect of driving people away or turning them off. At the same time, if you blast people with a continuous stream of content it can become overwhelming. The most beneficial course of action then is to take the time to learn what people want to see about your brand, and make it digestible via the channels and formats they find most attractive and useful.

Email marketing strategy

Once the social media and email marketing teams are on the same page, you can now begin to look for various ways to further support each other. Email marketing helps increase engagement on social media by constantly reminding subscribers of your brand’s active social community.

This strategy not only increases social media engagement but also gives value to subscribers and keeps them more connected to your brand. By focusing on paid promotions on one social network you can make it easy for subscribers to make quick decisions on the actions they’re willing to take – such as following on Facebook for regular updates.

Google ad management

If you mismatched ad groups and keywords of your ad campaign, your will experience decreased performance and increased costs. Your ads receive a quality score which rates the relevance and quality of your keywords, landing pages, and ads as a whole. Create coordinated ad groups with specifically related keywords. Then, move on to building an engaging ad and landing page.

Your campaign might fail due to the misalignment between your goals and your target audience.

Shape your campaign targeting by taking the time to assess your audience and goals. Companies make a common mistake with this part of Google Ads management.

It’s common to disregard creating a dedicated landing page for their ad groups, usually because it’s time-consuming and resource-intensive. At times it can require outside expertise. A landing page that fails to coordinate with your ads can damage your ad campaign in multiple ways by decreasing impressions and increasing your costs. It also decimates your conversions because it fails to deliver on your ad copy. Every time users arrive, they get confused, and then they leave.

Paid media advertising

Paid advertising guarantees you reach, and enables you to utilize your content to elevate your brand and obtain more qualified leads with specific targeting. If your website fails to achieve a top rank on the first page of Google results, then paid advertising can bring in high-quality traffic and you can place ads for keywords without the investment of resources and time.

With the help of readily available tools, ads can be created in minutes with very little cost. You can keep track of the money spent by setting daily budgets and campaign budgets so that you will never over-spend.

Paid targeting is very specific and allows you to reach out to relevant visitors that fit the demographics of your sales persona who are interested in your brand. There is a plethora of platforms on which to broadcast your unique branding message.

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Suzanne Harp

About Suzanne Harp

A results-driven sales leader with over 12 years of success in delivering sustainable revenue and profit gains. Her expertise spans across multiple industries including Technology, Travel, Education, Hospitality and Professional Sports.

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