If you’re an experienced digital marketer, you’ve probably heard about Facebook and Google Ads. These are the two most popular PPC advertising networks on the internet, but they’re not your only options.
There are many other alternatives to consider before relying solely on these giants of online marketing. In this article, we will be discussing seven alternative PPC ad networks that can help you get more traffic to your website without paying high fees and avoiding tough competition.
There are several reasons why you may want to consider other PPC networks other than Facebook and Google, which include:
The LinkedIn ad platform offers a self-service solution, which starts at $0.30 per click and goes up to $25 for the right service plan.
LinkedIn ads can be effective because they are more targeted than other PPC networks with large audiences such as Facebook or Google Ads, so you will get fewer irrelevant clicks.
You also have access to demographic information on your potential customers that these other advertising platforms do not offer.
For example, their job title is important if you’re selling business services! LinkedIn’s audience might not be huge in comparison to some of the others we’ve mentioned here but it has high conversion rates due to its targeting capabilities and personalization features like company pages where users can only see content from companies.
Twitter is a fast-growing social network with an audience of over 300 million active users. It’s also the most popular mobile platform in the world!
That means it has tons of potential customers you can reach for free and easily as long as they’re on Twitter, have liked your company page, or followed you. You’ll always see more engagement from followers than people who just happen to land on your website through Facebook Ads or Google Adwords.
Ads are easy to create: you can use templates provided by Twitter that contain all the text required by law such as age restrictions for alcohol products and credit card listings; this saves time when creating these ads quickly.
Yahoo! is the second most popular search engine on the internet, so you know it should be high up your list of considerations when choosing what PPC networks to use.
There are two types of Yahoo! Ads: text ads and image-based display ads that can include video. You won’t have any trouble locating them because they’re prominently displayed at the top and bottom of every page.
The pricing for these services starts from $0.05 per click with volume discounts available in case you want more clicks than just one or two thousand a day and will need to pay higher fees as a result; this service also allows advertisers to change bids for keywords hourly if their strategy changes often (and quickly!).
Bing ads have a few things going for it that other PPC networks don’t:
YouTube Ads are the perfect option for video marketers, influencers, or anyone who wants to share their message with a large audience.
You pay only when someone clicks on your ad and you can also use TrueView ads which charge advertisers based on how many times an ad is viewed rather than paid views.
This means that, unlike other networks where you have to spend more money to get a better spot in people’s feeds (like Facebook), YouTube has it all figured out: just make an awesome marketing video and let Google do the heavy lifting of figuring out what will work best without breaking the bank!
Video creators looking for new ways to monetize their content should consider this as well because there is no risk involved when trying these services.
Instagram is the largest photo-sharing app in the world! That means you can target a huge number of potential customers without needing to do so much leg work.
It’s also great for targeting audiences since it has a variety of different features that allow users to narrow down their search by demographics, location, and interests (think “Millenials who love coffee”).
What makes Instagram really stand out from other companies though is its new ad service: sponsored posts.
These are full-fledged marketing campaigns where brands pay publishers – bloggers or influencers with large followings on social media such as YouTube channels or Facebook groups – to post an advertisement for them and share information about your product/service in exchange for free products and services.
Taboola is a recommendation engine, not an ad network. Taboola displays content in the form of widgets that are personalized to each user’s interests on publisher sites such as Yahoo! News and The Huffington Post (among others).
The service also has its own e-commerce platform where advertisers can set up product feeds for automated delivery via email or RSS feed – meaning you don’t have to post it yourself every time there’s something new available.
You’re only charged when someone clicks on your widget which means this might be the perfect option if you want to switch from Facebook Ads.
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