How Online Advertising Works
Most online platforms use an online bidding system, where advertisers set a bid for how much they are willing to pay for a single click on their advert. This bid is then put into an auction every time the advert is triggered, and this (along with advert and landing page relevance) helps determine your advert’s placement on the page. There are a few variations for other payment methods such as CPV (cost per view), CPM (cost per 1,000 impressions) and a flat advertising fee, however most online campaigns use the CPC (cost-per-click) payment structure.
Outside of specialist social media or video advertisements, there are 2 main types of campaigns which are usually mentioned when people talk about Pay-per-click. Both of these utilise the CPC payment structure:
About the Google Display Network
The Google Display Network allows to you connect with customers with a variety of ad formats across the digital universe. This network spans over two million websites that reach over 90% of people on the Internet. It can help you reach people while they’re browsing their favorite websites, showing a friend a YouTube video, checking their Gmail account, or using mobile sites and apps.
This article gives you an overview how you can use the Display Network.
How it works
The AdWords has two main networks: Search and Display. The Adwords Search Network reaches people when they’re already searching for specific goods or services. The Display Network helps you capture someone’s attention earlier in the buying cycle. For example, if you run an art supply store, you can catch a mom’s eye when she’s reading reviews about the best brands of washable paints, but before she puts her toddler in the car seat and heads out to buy.
Find the right audience
The Google Display Network is designed to help you find the right audience across millions of websites. It lets you be strategic and put your message in front of potential customers at the right place and the right time.
Reach users by keywords and topics: To find you an audience who’s interested in your business and more likely to take action, AdWords uses contextual targeting based on your keywords or your campaign’s specific topic area.
Select where your ads appear: Within the Display Network, you can select types of pages or specific websites for your ads, as well as audiences to show your ads to. With manual placements, you can show your ad on specific webpages, online videos, games, RSS feeds, and mobile sites and apps that you select. You can even block your ads from sites you don’t think are relevant.
Find users who are already interested in what you have to offer: Show your ads on Display Network websites to specific groups of people, e,g, those who have previously visited your site by creating a remarketing campaign. To reach TV-like audiences on a broad scale and drive brand awareness, you can use affinity audiences. To reach specific audiences ready to make a purchase in a specific product or service area, you can use in-market audiences.
Use a variety of ad formats
Display is your chance to engage users with appealing ad formats. Text, image, video, or rich media formats can appear on the Display Network. Color and motion attract attention. Animation or video can tell a story. The AdWords Display Network makes it possible.
Meet your goals
Display ads give you a chance to make a more lasting impression on people. Here are some common goals that you can achieve by advertising on the Display Network:
Sell more products or services
Build customer loyalty
Engage with customers
Increase brand awareness
Measure your results
AdWords lets you measure how well you’re meeting your goals. See exactly on what webpages your ads ran, which ads deliver the most clicks, and which sites give you the most sales for the lowest cost.
Based on your campaign reports, you can adjust your targeting and bidding strategy to get the most value out of your campaigns. When data shows that a click from a Google Network page is more (or less) likely to help you meet your specific goals—such as online sales, registrations, phone calls, or newsletter signups—the AdWords system may automatically reduce the adjust your bid helping you stay on budget, gain value, and reach your business goals.
How much does it cost?
Our starting budget is $100 (USD) and per day minimum budget is $15 (USD). We charge 10,000/- for this campaign including our service charge. Ad normally starts after 3 to 4 days of submission. A live access to our advertising account will be provided.