Table of Contents
- Course Description
- What You'll Learn
- Who Should Attend?
- Dates & Locations
- Educational Approach
- Course Policies
Want to learn paid search marketing but are not sure where to start? This interactive course is for you. The IAB Canada Paid Search course will teach you all you need to know about paid search marketing from account structure, keyword strategy and ad copy creation to optimizing.
The course is taught by industry experts who live and breathe paid search every day. Go ahead, ask them anything!
This course will cover Paid Search exclusively, to get a full picture of SEM check out our SEO course.
What You'll Learn
This course will focus on paid search strategy, tactics and techniques that are critical to executing a successful paid search campaign on all the major search platforms in Canada. You will learn:
- The scope of paid search relative to search engine optimization and other digital advertising opportunities.
- How paid search fits into the overall media mix as well as within the model of self-directed / auction-based media buying.
- Acquire the skills necessary to develop a paid search strategy.
- Paid search bid strategies, keyword selection, text ad creation tips and account structure basics
- Campaign optimization
Toronto – Vicki Carayannakis, Team Lead, Digital Marketing at Search Engine People
Who Should Attend?
All marketers, media planners and buyers as well as small to medium business owners who want to better understand paid search marketing and how it can be used to grow their brand.
Dates & Locations
|Toronto||March 28th, 2017||IAB Canada Office, 2 St. Clair Ave West, Suite 602|
|Toronto||November 22, 2017||IAB Canada Office, 2 St. Clair Ave West, Suite 602|
- All sessions are in English only
- This course run from 10am – 5pm and includes a break for the provided lunch.
IAB Canada Full Day Paid Search Course
1.1 Defining paid search
1.2 Paid search in context of digital & total media (stats, growth, spend, usage,etc)
1.3 History of paid search
2.0 Getting Started
2.1 Account structure best practices
2.2 Two approaches to developing a campaign
2.3 Search engine cheat sheet: Comparing features and functionality of Google,
2.4 Yahoo and MSN
2.5 How to determine how much budget you require
2.6 Factors to consider when setting your budget
2.7 Bid strategy
2.8 Setting up ad scheduling (Day parting )
2.9 Time of day/Day of week reports
2.10 Geo-targeting options/Trouble shooting
3.0 Keyword Strategy
3.1 Choosing your keywords
3.2 Buying cycle impact on keyword selection
3.3 Keyword research tools (free and subscription)
3.4 Using and understanding match options for Google, Yahoo and MSN
3.5 Keyword Negatives
3.6 How many keywords should I have?
3.7 How Search query trends impacting Keyword Strategy
3.8 Case Study: Proven process for building an effective keyword list.
4.0 Writing Creative That Sells
4.1 The importance of the ad
4.2 How to stand out from the crowd
4.3 Calls to action
4.4 Dynamic Keyword Insertion
4.5 Case Study: Ad creation from start to finish
4.6 Creative:Before and after
5.0 Search Platforms
5.1 Google Search & partner network
5.4 Content networks
5.5 Differences between search & content
5.6 How to run effectively alongside traditional PPC
5.7 Do’s & Don’ts
6.0 Quality Score
6.1 What is Quality Score?
6.2 Finding Quality Score – Google, Yahoo, MSN
6.3 How is it calculated?
6.4 Landing Page Quality Score
6.5 Case Study: Risk of ignoring Quality Score
6.6 My Quality Scores are Low – What do I do?
7.1 Conversion code
7.2 Tracking URLs
7.3 Website Analytics software options
7.4 What will Website Analytics tell me?
7.5 Bid Management Software: Pros and cautions
7.6 Selecting a Bid Management Vendor
8.1 Key metrics to watch?
8.2 Useful reports in MSN, Yahoo & Google
8.3 A deeper look at impression share
8.4 Impression share cheat sheet
9.0 Optimizing Your Campaigns
9.1 We’ve launched a new campaign – now what?
9.2 Ongoing Optimization
9.3 What do I do if…?
9.4 My Quality Scores are low
9.5 The CTR is low
9.6 I’m notable to spend the budget
9.7 I’m running out of money too early
10.0 Conversion Optimization
10.1 Maximizing Conversions by understanding the Conversion Funnel
10.2 Landing Page best practices
10.3 Use of page real estate
10.4 Calls to action
10.5 Conversion buttons
10.6 High impact changes
10.7 Landing Page Optimization Case Study
10.8 Landing Page Design Examples
10.9 What if new landing pages are not an option?
11.0 Competitive Intelligence
11.1 CI Tools/ Programs
11.2 What competitive information is out there?
11.3 Should I bid on a competitors brand name?
11.4 Trade mark infringement rules
11.5 How to protect your brand
12.0 Alternative PPC
This course is presented in-person by the instructor. Alongside the presentation that will be shown, industry produced videos are used to showcase specific explanations and points of view. The course is broken into several modules, each focusing on a specific digital discipline.
If an attendee cancels his or her registration more than 14 days before the date of the course, the amount paid for the cancelled registration will be refunded in full. Registrations cancelled within 14 days of the course date will NOT be refunded.
NOTE: Only 2 cancellations or registrant substitutions are allowed per company, per course. A charge of $100 will apply to each additional cancellation or registrant substitution.
In the event that IAB Canada needs to cancel any seminar(s), a full refund or an opportunity to attend an equivalent future seminar(s), at the option of the attendee, will be provided by IAB Canada. However, IAB Canada shall not be responsible for, or offer any monetary compensation for, any expenses incurred by the registrant or attendee (including, but not limited to, non-refundable airline tickets, hotel fees or change fees) due to such a cancellation.
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