SEARCH ENGINE ADVERTISING

Serve relevant results on Google, Bing, YouTube and more.

How do you boost your business’s online visibility and drive sales online? Effective search engine marketing (SEM) campaigns that are customized to suit your business goals are a must.

Let our experts help you save time, money, and energy while reaching the right people at the right time.

Serve perfectly relevant results on search engines

Serve Perfectly Relevant Results

Online ads help your business show up for the most relevant search results. The strategies that we build together will bring the best traffic to your site and save you money, because we don’t charge commission on ad spend.

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Highlight Your Best Stuff

Our innovative ad strategies are the perfect mix of keywords, images, videos and text that highlight the most important pages on your site. Plus, you only pay when your ad is clicked on or your video is viewed.

See how even the smallest ad budgets can bring big returns »

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Optimize Over Time and Prove ROI

Our work doesn’t end with a click. You get to see the exact return on investment for your ads with our data and monthly reporting.

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Put Your Products and Services On the Map

Put your inventory directly on the search results page — giving users one less click to find the vehicle they want.

From organic listings on your Google Business Profile to Google Performance Max Campaigns (PMax) and Microsoft Auto Ads (MAAs), we can help your inventory stand out online.

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Work with a Trusted SEM Partner

We’re a trusted Google and Microsoft Advertising Partner, and our SEM experts have been trained and certified by Google and Microsoft directly. When you work with us, we can get you a $500 ad credit to get started with Google Ads.

As certified Google and Microsoft partners, we have access to specialists at Google and Microsoft that can answer questions and offer insights directly from Google.

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Amplify Your Marketing Strategy with Search Engine Ads

Is your business ready for advanced Google, Microsoft Bing, or other search engine ads?

Get started with a free digital assessment to see the opportunities for your business, or schedule a call to ask questions and get started. Together, we’ll take a look at your current digital strategy and give you actionable insights.

Search Engine Advertising FAQs

Q: Should I Use Microsoft or Google Ads?

A: If your business has a website, you could be advertising on search engines. It’s a great way to build awareness and loyalty for your brand, and to reach new customers.

Q: Where Can I Find Help with Google Advertising?

A: If you’re looking for some support with your search engine marketing, we’re here for you. We can help you set up your ads account, identify the type of ad campaign you should run, offer suggestions on what your budget should be, and help you build and optimize your ads.

Q: What Is Search Engine Marketing?

A: Search Engine Marketing, or SEM, simply means advertising your inventory or business on search engines like Google or Bing. Your ads show up above and around the organic (free) search engine results.

Q: Do I Have to Choose Between Advertising on Google or Microsoft?

A: Nope! Google is the most common search engine (people do call their internet searches “Googling”) and has the most users, but you can advertise on both. In fact, Microsoft makes it easy to import your campaigns from Google, so you can be more efficient with your advertising and make sure your messaging matches across all search engines. 

Q: What Do I Need to Get Started with Google Ads?

A: To get started with Google Ads, you need a website (with or without inventory) with Google Tag Manager linked, and Google Analytics. Does that sound like a lot? We can help you get set up. 

Q: Where Do Microsoft Ads Show Up?

A: Microsoft Ads (which used to be called Bing Ads) show on several search engines, including Bing, DuckDuckGo, Yahoo, MSN and AOL. If you use the Microsoft Edge browser, the default search engine is Bing, so you will be served Microsoft Ads.