PPC advertising makes a lot of sense for local businesses like yours. It’s very cost effective and yields real, quantifiable results in a short amount of time. Consider these stats:

  • 50% of all mobile searches are conducted in hopes of finding local results. [Search Engine Watch]
  • 59% of consumers use Google every month to find a reputable, local business. [Search Engine Watch]

Place your company on the first page of Google and other top search engines by using our optimized ad strategies. We specialize in the intricacies of management PPC campaigns for business solution providers, so we know what key words to target your ads around.

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The End Is Nigh for Google+

October 25th, 2018|Comments Off on The End Is Nigh for Google+

Seven years after its debut, Google is pulling the plug on its very own social networking platform. The tech giant announced on October 8th that it would be shutting down Google+ for consumers. The “wind-down” […]

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Evolved Office Implements New SEO & PPC Reporting Software

October 17th, 2018|Comments Off on Evolved Office Implements New SEO & PPC Reporting Software

New reporting software enhances Evolved Office’s client relationships and helps them understand each marketing strategy being used in their Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Pay-Per-Click (PPC), and social media digital marketing campaigns.

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Goodbye Google AdWords, Hello Google Ads!

October 15th, 2018|Comments Off on Goodbye Google AdWords, Hello Google Ads!

Google has rebranded its paid search ads platform. Their flagship advertising product, which went by AdWords since its debut in 2000, is now known as Google Ads. Why the change? What started as a platform […]