Paid Search is an ever evolving beast that requires knowledge, time, and experience to tame. Anyone can setup a PPC campaign but it’s the finer details, with campaign tweaks and tricks, developed over years of work in paid acquisition that are essential to delivering a successful campaign. AIM can inject decades of experience into your campaigns to bring your acquisition process to the next level.
With Paid Search we can deliver immediate, measurable, profitable results… whatever your acquisition goal. Our work doesn’t end once your acquisition goals are met. We know our efforts will have downstream effects on your business. Our objective is to work towards a healthy long-term growth plan for your organization.
Our Account Managers will be involved at every stage: strategy, deployment, testing, optimization and analysis. The founders of AIM were some of the first in the publishing industry to use Paid Search for lead generation. We now manage multi-million dollar accounts for some of the largest and most successful newsletter publishers in the world.
AIM is a Google Certified AdWords agency with 24/7 global coverage. We also work with other paid search platforms including Bing and Yahoo. We currently manage accounts in Europe, Australia, and the United States.
Let us know how we can help you by scheduling a call with one of our directors today!
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