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This example is for a Texas-based powder coating company. They were a Google Ads client of ours for 8 years until they decided to take their ads management in-house. The chart below shows how their Google Ads improved from 2018-2019.
This example is for a California-based hinge manufacturer. We have been managing their Google Ads since July 2014. While they sell internationally, in 2019, I worked more closely with them to get more granular with their geo-targeting in order to hone in on areas that historically drive the most revenue for the company. The time spent paid off as I was able to help them increase their # of conversions along with reducing average cost/conversion & total overall spend with Google.
This next example is from a campaign for an immigration attorney. We landed this client in May of 2018. Due to some health challenges, he was only with me 8 months from May 2018 – Dec. 2018. During those 8 months, however, the client reported regular phone calls and clients from his Google Ads. The chart below compares the last 4 months of the campaign to the first 4 months.
This client runs a CDL licensing school in Iowa. Due to the seasonality of their business, they only ran their Google Ads from March – August of last year. The chart below compares the last half of their campaign run to the first half. We were able to increase phone calls and keep avg. CPC low due to a consistent high CTR.
The results below are from a business that runs an RV parks in Texas. The chart below compares the most recent 12 months to first 12 months. The primary goal for this campaign was to maximize phone calls which we’ve been able to steadily increase over the years.
This client does commercial HVAC and mold remediation in the Dallas area. The data below shows year-over-year changes. The primary goal with this campaign is to increase conversions and lower cost/conversion.
The conversions shown in the chart below are only for website form completions. We’ve been unable to get this client to set up call tracking for their multiple phone numbers, so if phone calls were added in, the conversion metrics would be much more impressive and substantial.