Errors can cost you big-time in PPC
Posted in Copywriting by Click Consult on 3rd of June, 2009
As much as the internet, instant messaging and texting have taken over our way of communication there is still need tor good spelling, grammar and punctuation. It is a proven fact that all of these messaging methods have steadily reduced our language capabilities. We have evolved a new language, sometimes known as 'text speak'. But this language has no place in advertising, marketing and business practices in general. Especially if you want to target a wide audience across age, gender and cultural barriers, you need to use universal language in your PPC campaign. Reaching everyone Not only will using a universal language increase your target audience but it looks far more professional. Poor spelling, shoddy grammar and bad punctuation can deflate your PPC advertisement. It looks like you do not care about your PPC advertisement and that means that you do not care about what your customers think. This conveys the wrong message to your prospects and they go somewhere else, where the company is bothered to do it right. Spelling, grammatical and punctuation errors are also embarrassing. The only time they are acceptable is if you are intentionally trying to target an audience that misspells their words. Even then you are risking a lot because nobody knows that you are doing it intentionally and then it can just reflect badly on you anyway. Rather stick to impeccable spelling, grammar and punctuation that look professional and show that you care. You are likely to draw much more attention that way. Instant messaging language is fine if you are targeting the instant messaging community, but if not then you are going to look silly and unprofessional. Bring in a professional internet marketing agency to help you make the most of your PPC Campaign.