Freelance PPC Service

Pay Per Click!

Get more leads with paid advertising 


Generate Qualified Leads

Only pay for people who click

Pay to get results

Who are You?

Ecommerce Store Owner

Busy running your business and struggling to manage all the product ads and inventory feeds and looking for a product ad listing specialist to help get a return on your ad spend.

Local Business Owner

Tired of always having to keep up with competitors and looking for an expert who can handle the day to day work required to stay competitive when advertising.

Marketing Manager

Busy inhouse marketing manager who needs someone reliable to help take on the implementation of the paid advertising. Wanting regular work on time and generating revenue from ad spend.

You Have To Pay for Ads to Compete.

The way people search has changed. To make matters worse Google has changed the way they show websites opting to show adverts BEFORE websites that do not pay for Google Ads. This means every website not paying for ads has at least 4 competitors already showing up ahead of them. In the example below there are more than 4 competitors showing up. You need to pay to play is the expression Google is telling us and if you want to get your share of leads and sales you have to use ads.

PPC Consulting Services

Google Advertising

Google Ads helps you get shown ahead of the organic websites. You pay per click and you get first dibs on the people searching for your targeted keywords. You can schedule ads, locations and exclude bad terms so that the quality of leads is good.

Google Shopping Product Ads

Google shopping ads or Product Listing Ads help you sell your products directly in the Google search results. This is a very powerful way to sell products. The competition is still quite low and like search ads you only per for people who click the ads.

Facebook / Instagram Advertising

Facebook & Instagram adverts are very powerful if you have the creative and the budget to test the advertising. Because of the way the audience targeting works you need to split test ads against each other to find the “sweet spot” and then the cost per click drops dramatically making this very viable.

What is PPC?

Ads in search

A paid traffic advertising specialist. My goal with every Ad campaign is low cost clicks, lowest cost acquisition spend and high converting ad copy direct to your web pages.

My skillset is more fluid than most others as I work across Facebook, Instagram, Bing and Google Ad networks. This makes me very in tune with audience demographics and targeting wheill also understanding rough budgets required to penetrate market categories. Would you rather have me working with you OR for your competitors! Connect me before they do…

Why Work With a Paid Traffic Specialist?

Smart Targeting

When I know who you want to sell to, I use smart targeting to not waste your Ad budget.

Lead Generation

My goal is to send people to your web pages & sales offers. I drive leads to your website.

Budget Savvy

Luckily I’ve been doing this a while and I know how to be smart with Ad budget. 

Agile Marketing

I know the INs and OUTs of each Ad network enough to keep up with trends as they change.

Leads Today

You like most businesses wnat leads and sales today not next month. This is where I help you.

Attractive Offer

I make your sales offer look even more attractive to potential customers.


My deep knowledge of ad networks, trends, behaviour and intent makes me valuable.

A Step Ahead

No matter who it is you are up against I will always be a step ahead of them. #agile

Campaign Results


New Sales Last Month

I optimised a Ad campaign for a new search term based on buyer intent that resulted in a huge increase of $158k new sales for this business.


New Leads From Paid Ads

The right targeting using a decent budget grew this business by more than 75%. I drove more sales than the internal marketing team.


Lifted Online Sales

Taking the traffic I was sending to a better conversion focused web page improved online sales by over 45% for this local services business.

“I know the leads we get after turning the ads on was 100% higher quality than our normal website leads.”

Marcus.S – Head of Sales

How To Advertise on Google

Google is the most popular search engine in the world. It has over 70% of the search market share and captures almost 85% of mobile traffic. If your business is not already advertising on Google, you could be missing out on hundreds of warm leads. If you don’t already have a Google Ads (formerly Google Adwords) account.

Webmecs freelance consulting can help get you started advertising on Google. I help setup and build the Ad account and Ad campaigns for you. My focus is to use Google advertising to effectively drive more traffic to your company website. Increasing the amount of relevant traffic to your website is essential if you want to boost brand awareness and increase conversions, which most businesses do.

The good news for you is I can help you with a targeted paid advertising campaigns. Google Ads works 

Wemecs freelance Pay Per Click  services can help you pay to play. The quiickest way to get leads and sales is from using Google’s search Ads. Request a free review  of your Google Ads campaign and learn how to drive more traffic to your site.

How Much Does Google Ads Cost?

The short answer is, how long is a piece of string? The average cost per click is between $1.00 and $2.32 in the AUS. However, the cost of Google Ads depends on several factors and it can vary considerably from business to business. The good news is that it’s easy to control how much you’re spending by setting bid limits. Once you understand how the platform works and which campaigns are most successful for your company, you can make an educated decision about when to spend more and when to cut back.

The cost of Google Ads will depend on:

  • The keywords selected. In very competitive markets, the most popular keywords will have a high CPC. “Casino” for example, costs $58.57 on average and is currently one of the most expensive keywords to bid on.
  • Your maximum bid. This is the most you are willing to pay per click and Google Ads considers it when determining the CPC.
  • Your quality score. Google looks at the text in your ads and the landing page it directs people to and gives a quality score of 1-10, depending on the user experience provided. Better quality ads that are relevant to the user will attract a lower CPC.
  • The ad rank of competing bidders. This metric is used to determine the position of an ad. It recalculates every time an ad is eligible to appear and thus it can fluctuate. If advertisers with a high ad rank bid for the same keyword as you, this can drive up the CPC.

The best way to lower the cost-per-click is to improve your quality score by improving your ads and targeting relevant audiences.

SMART Sales Strategies Requires SMART Marketers.

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