Anyone can do PPC. But not everyone can do PPC like a pro wrestler. They know the ropes, so to speak. Follow their lead and your PPC campaigns will be money in the bank. Trust me, I’m a wrestling legend! (Just kidding, I’m not a wrestler or anything). Learn from my years of experience and you’ll be on your way to crushing the competition! Just don’t ask me to put on a lycra bodysuit again… ewww.

First, you need to understand the basics of PPC. What is it? PPC stands for pay-per-click. It’s a type of online advertising where you, the advertiser, pay a fee each time someone clicks on your ad. SEM, or search engine marketing is a form of PPC.

Pro wrestlers are known for being flashy and aggressive.

The same can be said for their PPC campaigns. They go big or they go home.

Wrestlers understand that in order to win, they need to put on a good show. And that’s kind of what PPC is – a show. It’s all about getting people to take notice and, more importantly, take action. That’s how you’re going to get started on your path – getting people to take action. That’s how you, brother, become a legendary pro-wrestler-style PPC expert.

The key to a successful PPC campaign is understanding your audience and what they want. Then, you need to give them what they want in the most entertaining way possible.

Think about it this way – if you’re selling tickets to a wrestling match, who are you going to sell them to? The person who wants to see two grown men beat the crap out of each other or the person who wants to see a chess match?

Of course, you’re going to sell more tickets to the former than the latter. Why? Because people want entertainment. They want something that will get their blood pumping.

The same is true for PPC campaigns. You need to make your ads exciting and interesting if you want people to click on them.

So, there you have it.

The secret to successful PPC is to think like a pro wrestler.

Be flashy, be aggressive, and most importantly, be entertaining!

Thanks for reading – this is my final blog ever. I’m done. Retired, even!

Just kidding! I’m back just like all the greats, I retired for like four seconds!

To sum it up, PPC is all about your audience and giving them what they want. Be exciting, be interesting, and most importantly be entertaining and you’ll be sure to see success!

Now that you know what PPC is, you need to understand how it works.

PPC is all about keywords

Keywords are the words and phrases that people use to search for things online. When someone types a keyword into a search engine, your ad has a chance of appearing on the results page. The more relevant your ad is to the keyword, the better your chances are of showing up.

Picking the right keywords is essential to PPC success

But it’s not just about picking any old keyword. You need to pick keywords that are relevant to your product or service, and that people are actually searching for. There’s no use in bidding on a keyword that nobody is searching for. That’s like trying to wrestle an opponent who isn’t there!

And we all know only Ric Flair could pull that off! Woooooo!

Once you’ve got your keywords sorted out, it’s time to start creating ads. This is where things can get a little tricky. You want your ad to be attention-grabbing, but you don’t want it to be so “over-the-top-rope” that it turns people off. After all, you’re trying to sell something, not put on a show.

A good PPC ad is like a good wrestling match

A good PPC ad is like a good wrestling match. It’s exciting, but it also has a clear purpose. Your ad should be relevant to your keywords, and it should tell people what you’re offering. It should be catchy and attention-grabbing, but not so much so that it feels like an assault on the senses.

And just like a good wrestling match, your PPC ad should have a call to action. Tell people what you want them to do! Do you want them to click on your ad? That’s a cheer, right? Then tell them to click on your ad! It sounds simple, but so many PPC ads forget this essential element. If you forget to do that, well, that deserves a boo, dummy.

A call to action is essential, but it’s not the only thing that makes a great PPC ad. You also need to make sure your ad is relevant to your landing page. Your landing page is the page on your website that people will be taken to after they click on your ad.

This is where things can really start to fall apart for a lot of PPC campaigns. A lot of businesses create ads and then send people to their home page, or worse, some random page on their site. This is a surefire way to lose potential customers.

Your landing page needs to be relevant to your ad, and it needs to be designed to get people to take the desired action. If you’re selling tickets to a wrestling match, your landing page should have information about the match and a button that says “Buy Tickets.”

It’s that simple, jabroni.

Hey, you’re the one that clicked on the article called, “How to Do PPC Like a Pro Wrestler,” what did you expect?

Don’t you forget to flex those bidding muscles!

Once you’ve got your ad sorted out, it’s time to start bidding on keywords. This is where things can get really competitive. You’ll need to keep an eye on your competition and bid accordingly. If you’re not careful, you could end up spending a lot of

But don’t worry, there are a few things you can do to make sure you get the most bang for your buck. First, make sure you’re only bidding on relevant keywords. There’s no use in bidding on a keyword that nobody is searching for. That’s like trying to wrestle an opponent who isn’t there!

Second, try to be as specific as possible with your keywords. The more specific your keyword, the less competition you’ll have and the lower your costs will be. But…

Beware, if you’re too specific you may not get any traffic at all.

And finally, don’t be afraid to experiment. PPC is all about trial and error. Try different things and see what works best for your business. The only way to really figure out PPC is to jump in and try it for yourself! Thanks for reading…I’m retiring again!

Bidding isn’t the final thing you need to worry about, though…

Target SEM consumers with an elbow drop full of value!

You also need to make sure your ads are being seen by the right people. That’s where targeting comes in. Targeting allows you to show your ad to people who are most likely to be interested in what you’re selling. Here’s an awesome article from our tag team partners at Adzooma, A Guide To PPC Audience Targeting

For example, if you’re selling pet supplies, you might want to target people who have recently searched for “pet supplies” or “buy pet supplies.” But if you’re selling pet food, you might want to target people who have searched for “cat food” or “dog food.”

Targeting is a great way to make sure you’re working towards your goal of PPC campaigns that are successful.

You will be on your way to doing PPC like a pro wrestler

Oh…btw.

You also need to keep an eye on your budget.

Don’t spend on PPC like you’re a member of wrestling’s Four Horsemen if you ain’t a Four Horsemen

Doing PPC like a pro wrestler, heck, like anyone, can be expensive, and if you’re not careful, you could end up spending a lot of money with little to show for it.

That’s why it’s important to set a budget and stick to it. Decide how much you’re willing to spend on PPC each month, and then make sure you don’t go over that amount. It’s also a good idea to track your results so you can see how well your ads are performing.

If you’re not happy with the results you’re getting, don’t be afraid to adjust your approach. PPC is a flexible tool, and there are a lot of different ways to use it. If one approach isn’t working, try something else.

PPC is a great way to promote your business online. But it’s not the only way. SEO is also important, and you should focus on that as well your own unique brand of doing PPC and pro wrestling. Maybe Paid Social as well. But if you want to really stand out from the crowd, PPC is the way to go, brother.

If you follow these tips, you’ll be well on your way to PPC success. Just remember: PPC is all about keywords, ads, bidding, targeting, and budgeting. Get those things right and you’ll be in good shape.

So what are you waiting for? Get out there and start wrestling some PPC ads!