One PPC Campaign Later.
Well, as it turns out, I mistakenly left my Bing Ads campaign running for more than a week. Luckily, I had a £100 coupon that paid for it. At £15 a day, it wasn't very cheap.
I ended up with just 1 subscriber to my email list. Hmmm...!
My ad could have been better, but I'm glad it pulled in some traffic. As a result, my site is now ranking in Google and Bing.
For those of you who don't know, I had to change my domain name due to my old domain being expired and no longer available for me to renew.
This time round, I shall put my domain up for at least 5 years running...This year is going to be my hard slog and work year where I have to pull in traffic.
PPC ads are a quick fix. I had plenty of clicks, but the CPC (cost per click) came to £0.70 per click. Which is rather high for me. I prefer it to be cheaper than £0.50 myself.
The lower the CPC, the more clicks I get for a cheaper price. For example with CPC at £1.00 per click, you only get 1 click, if it were £0.50 per click, that works out to 2 clicks...The cheaper, the merrier...
Social media is a very slow hog for pulling in traffic. Visitors rarely come off the site and though Pinterest is great for traffic, I don't really like building Pins in Canva unless the mood strikes...
I must appear to be very lazy, but how else can I get traffic as quickly as PPC ads?
Kindly advise - your thoughts are appreciated.
Looking forward to them!