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FREE Website for Divorce Lawyers Forever

May 24th, 2011

What does every divorce lawyer want for Christmas?
They want the best pay per click management that money can buy and they want a free website designed specifically designed for their divorce law firm and its particular target audience.
Webrageous Studios is able to design a free website for divorce lawyers and handle pay per click advertising management of Google AdWords.
FREE Website for Divorce Lawyers ForeverYes. Christmas has most certainly come VERY early this year!
Think of Webrageous Studios like your very own Santa Claus, but a Santa who comes at any time of year, just to suit you and your online advertising needs.

Webrageous Offers Free Website for Divorce Lawyers

Having worked with divorce lawyers on their online advertising campaigns since 2001, Webrageous is an expert in the marketing needs of divorce lawyers in general and we find that most divorce lawyers need help with their website design. This is why we are offering to design a free website for divorce lawyers who sign up to the pay per click management package with Webrageous.
The amazing free website design deal is as follows:

  1. Agree to advertise via Google AdWords with our company.
  2. Agree to pay $2000 at least on your advertising every month.
  3. Agree to pay our pay per click management fees. (Please contact us to find out about our management pricing).
  4. Receive a FREE website design for your divorce lawyer firm.

That’s it!
Take a look at one of the free website designs that one of our divorce lawyeradvertising clients is using at present to market his divorce lawyer firm and improve the effects of his online advertising.
This will help assure to you even further of the quality of the free website for divorce lawyers that we are providing for family law firms we work with. You will be amazed by the results that you will achieve within just two months thanks to our pay per click management skills and your wonderfully designed new website.
Remember. The deal is simple. Google AdWords advertising for $2000 plus our pay per click management fees and we will give you a free website design by a highly experienced pay per click management company that has years of practice in designing websites.
What more could your possibly ever want for Christmas?

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Updates to Google AdWords Product Listing Advertisements

April 5th, 2011

If Pay Per Click Advertisers should understand anything about Google AdWords Pay Per Click, they should understand that new Pay Per Click tools and features are developed constantly to improve both Pay Per Click Advertiser and Pay Per Click Customer experience. In recent weeks, Google AdWords Pay Per Click Developments have focused predominantly on Google AdWords Product Listing Advertisements.
Webrageous Studios stays abreast of all developments in Google AdWords Pay Per Click Management and makes a point of keeping its Pay Per Click Advertising Clients up to date too through this Pay Per Click Blog and various articles published daily on its website. Webrageous knows that constant updates in Pay Per Click Management are important to its clients and readers because Google AdWords makes a lot of changes to its service and it can be difficult to keep up without the support of a Pay Per Click Expert.
The updates to the Google AdWords Product Listing Advertisements are very useful to all Pay Per Click Advertisers in the US and Webrageous Studios wants to make sure that its Pay Per Click Clients are fully aware of the different tools and features that are available as soon as possible. The updates highlighted in this post today have been selected because Webrageous Studios feels that they would be useful to many of its clients and their respective Google AdWords Pay Per Click Campaigns.
The developments to Google AdWords Product Listing Advertisements are as follows: Read the rest of this entry »

Google AdWords Product Listing Advertisements

March 28th, 2011

google adwords product listing advertisementsDo you remember when Google AdWords announced that its new Product Listing Advertisements were available to all Pay Per Click Advertisers to use within their Google AdWords Campaigns?

If not, let’s give you a quick recap…

Understanding Google AdWords Product Listing Advertisements

Product Listing Advertisements via Google AdWords are advertisements which allow Pay Per Click Advertisers to bid on product-related keywords. Therefore, if you are a florist and you specialize in flower arrangements for funerals, you might want to bid on keywords such as “funeral flowers,” “funeral Bouquets,” or even “funeral wreaths,” as an example.


When you bid on these keywords and you create your Google AdWords Advertisement, the Google Adwords Product Listing Feature will allow you to place a picture of your product next to the text section of the advertisement, which is clearly even more enticing for a potential customer. Google AdWords Product Listing Advertisements can help a business to generate higher CTRs thanks to their particular style and layout.


Now that we are up to date with what the Google AdWords Product Listing Advertisement actually is, it will make even more sense as to why the ability to be able to use negative keywords alongside these advertisements will allow Pay Per Click Advertisers to optimize their Pay Per Click Campaigns even further.

Using Negative Keywords with Google AdWords Product Listing Advertisements

Naturally, if you are a florist specializing in funeral flowers, possible negative keywords that you might want to invest in would be “wedding flowers,” “valentines flowers” or maybe even “thank you bouquets.”


Clearly, the thought that goes into the choice of negative keywords demands a lot of consideration and time, but the fact that Google AdWords has made this feature readily available is already a step in the right optimization direction for all Google AdWords Pay Per Click Campaigns.


If you need some help in the selection of negative keywords for your Google AdWords Product Listing Advertisements, or for any kind of Google AdWords Pay Per Click Advertisement come to that, do not hesitate in contacting Webrageous Studios directly today as we will be able to help you. All of our Pay Per Click Managers are highly experienced and Google AdWords Certified.


Finally, if you want to find out more about using Google AdWords Product Listing Advertisements in your Pay Per Click Campaign, Webrageous Studios would again be more than happy to hear from you to talk you through the various options available.

Pay Per Click Management Jobs

February 4th, 2011

Are you a fully trained PPC Google AdWords Manager looking for a different company to work for or a different kind of focus to shake up your working life and make you feel alive in your job again?
Are you a fully trained PPC Manager in paid online advertising via the Bing or Yahoo Networks, looking to make a break and begin working in Google AdWords PPC?
Are you an SEO interested in trying your hand at paid online marketing or someone with a fair bit of experience in websites or information architecture, looking to move over into PPC?
Are you a complete novice and know very little about any kind of online advertising but want to make a huge career change and hopefully put the spark back into your working life?
Whatever your background and whatever your reasons, Webrageous Studios is looking to hear from those people who believe they have what it takes to work in Google AdWords PPC as a PPC Manager for Webrageous Studios. Read the rest of this entry »

Google Protects Your Content Through Copyright

December 29th, 2010

Unfortunately, there are some people out there who are quite happy to steal or plagiarize your content in order to serve their own gains and Google has already placed a number of different procedures in action in order to deal with this problem in the past.
Google services and responses to content protection have in the past included helping people understand how to help Google to rank things correctly and to help Google recognize who is the true owner of the content in question; who has the authority on that content.
In the instance that your content has been stolen, Google has already been offering its users the option of filling out a DMCA infringement notice. However the procedure is known to be a little time-consuming and therefore it would be useful to have some kind of copyright reporting system in place that was less of a hassle and which generated more of a result.
The good news is that Google has been toughening up in this area and has recently announced that it intends to make further improvements to copyright protection procedures and that it will soon be launching new copyright protection tools, solely for the use of Google clients, in order to further control this area of online activity.
In addition to these new copyright protection tools, Google plans to do the following: Read the rest of this entry »

Where are your Google AdWords Advertisements?

December 27th, 2010

A Google Search is THE way to find a Divorce Attorney in the 21st Century and potential clients are online every day looking for legal advice in:

  • Child Support
  • Divorce
  • Child custody
  • and many other Family Law matters
  • Divorce Attorney competition is high.
  • Your competition is already running PPC Advertisements via Google AdWords
  • These Divorce Attorneys have already gained more clients through PPC

So… Where are your Google AdWords Advertisements? Where are your new clients? Read the rest of this entry »

What is the AdWords Small Business Center?

October 7th, 2010

AdWords Small Business CenterGoogle AdWords has recently launched a new website purely devised to support and advise small to medium sized business owners about the best ways in which to run a successful Google AdWords account and get the most from your PPC Advertising.
This new website is called the AdWords Small Business Center and Webrageous Studios suggests that you all take a look and see how much you can gain from it.

What to Expect from the AdWords Small Business Center

There are a number of different topics to explore in the AdWords Small Business Center. This means that no matter how new you are to Google AdWords or how long you have been in the field, there is definitely so much that you can use in this website.
For instance you can:

  1. learn how to improve the writing of your advertisement text
  2. learn how to optimize your website further to improve PPC results
  3. learn how to make the most out of all the Google AdWords PPC features and tools to optimize the efforts of your PPC even further
  4. visit the Inside AdWords Blog directly from this new site in order to remain up to date with all Google AdWords developments
  5. make use of a discussion forum in the site where you can talk to other small business owners like yourself about how they feel about this new AdWords Business Center, among other topics

One of the best things about the AdWords Small Business Center is the layout. The website is extremely easy to navigate and includes very clean and clutter free web pages. This makes it perfect for those who are still trying to find their way around.
If you haven’t taken a look at the new AdWords Small Business Centre website yet, you may do so now by following this link. Try to explore and make the most out of its features and content and use your new found knowledge in growing your campaign even further.

New Google AdWords Online Course in Bid Management

September 21st, 2010

If you are interested in improving your bidding management skills for the Google AdWords network, then you are in luck. Google AdWords has recently published a new online course available to anyone who has a Google AdWords Account and ID number at any time.

The course comes in the form of an online video accessible by clicking here on this link and then entering in your personal Google AdWords Account details in order to continue. The course is quick, but thorough and full of lots of tips direct from Google AdWords about the best way in which to manage the bidding element of your PPC Campaign to the best of your ability. Read the rest of this entry »

Google Campaign Management Meets Alice in Wonderland

June 22nd, 2010

google campaign managementFor all those PPC geeks, advertisers and managers out there who have as unquenchable a thirst for film as they do for PPC, this article is going to take you on a “Mad Hatter” ride through the world of, not Alice’s, but “PPC’s Wonderland.”
Tim Burton’s 2010 reprisal of Lewis Carroll’s slightly warped, “Alice in Wonderland,” provides the perfect premise from which to begin looking at Google Campaign Management in a fresher light.
To set the scene, Johnny Depp as the lovable and somewhat courageous Mad Hatter in the movie continues to ask the question, “Why is a raven like a writing desk? Why is a raven like a writing desk?” and nobody has the answer. Indeed, the audience begins to wonder whether there is even an answer to be found. Read the rest of this entry »

Top Three PPC Tricks for Google AdWords

June 7th, 2010

There are many sites, blogs and YouTube videos that offer PPC tricks for anyone new or old to Google AdWords and PPC Management. In this blog post Webrageous Studios would like to highlight the following three PPC tricks of the trade as being the three top tricks from its experienced, trained perspective. Webrageous Studios is a company that only hires Google AdWords Certified PPC Account Managers to run its PPC campaigns and work with its important PPC advertising clients and it is a highly reputable PPC Management Company in the eyes of some highly trustworthy third party PPC authorities, including the Better Business Bureau. Read the rest of this entry »