Express Freight Handlers

Currently, Express Freight provides lumper services in 38 states. Their challenge is to focus on growing their business while maintaining their high level of service excellence. They initially approached AWG for a new website to showcase their corporate identity, but soon realized the advantages by having Active Web Group’s professionals oversee, direct, and execute their digital marketing requirements.

Angela's House

Angela’s House

Angela’s House is a not-for-profit organization that provides home care, and residential care support to assist both medically-frail children and their families. Angela’s House, already an AWG client for Web Design and Development, decided that in addition, they wanted AWG to help improve their reach and further their brand awareness online.

Road Cases USA

A staple in the musical instrument, lightning, and electronics ATA travel case industry, Road Cases USA approached Active Web Group with the hopes of increasing their overall sales. Through building custom cases and stocking designer travel cases, Road Cases USA has an archive of high-profile clients including Queen, One Direction, Billy Joel, Nike, Verizon, Nickelodeon, etc., and they also wanted to build their mid-tier business, such as touring bands and traveling shows.

Hobie Polarized

Hobie Polarized

Hobie Polarized creates stylish performance sunglasses for those with a passion for water sports. Yet despite having a great product, Hobie’s brand wasn’t reaching its full potential. That’s when Active Web Group was brought in and through a combination of services, we not only raised awareness, but we were able to increase their revenue by over 244%.

InVite Health

Invite Health

Invite Health, a leading provider of vitamins and supplements was moving from brick and mortar stores only to E-Commerce and email marketing. At the time of the project inception, they had five stores in the North East...

Salon Savings PPC Case Study

At first glance, Salon Savings appears to be just another online drug store, but in actuality, it has transcended the generic online marketplace and become an interactive, informative online shopping environment...

Active Web Group’s clients elect a pay per click marketing campaign for a number of highly valid reasons. They may have launched a new website, a new product line and want to “get the word out” by attracting new business using as many supportive online strategies as possible. One value that PPC marketing maintains over other strategies is speed. Results may be seen quickly. However, to maintain and build upon PPC marketing success requires knowledge and due diligence. It is not a strategy for amateurs.

With online competition increasing exponentially for most businesses, a diverse online marketing strategy is often the best approach. Many AWG clients have opted to supplement their inbound marketing campaigns with an AWG paid search initiative as well. The PPC strategists at Active Web Group are seasoned not only in the pay-per-click marketing process, but also have developed strategies for its implementation. These strategies coupled with experience can make that critical difference between success and paying too much for scant and temporary results.

Adding Value to Your PPC Campaign

To be sustainable,PPC marketing results must be supported by all the major search engines, not just Google. AWG’s Pay-Per-Click marketing specialists will evaluate your objectives for your site and recommend if a Bing Pay-Per-Click campaign may be a good call.

Another sound argument for initiating a PPC marketing campaign is to determine which keywords your customers find most relevant. Some of these keywords could then be justifiably included in your existing, long-term SEO strategy. Pay-Per-Click Marketing continues to evolve and AWG’s PPC strategists can skillfully direct a sound ppc campaign for your business.

Click here to view some clients whose Active Web Group PPC campaigns are working to their advantage. To consult with our team of PPC experts, give us a call at: (800) 978-3417.