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Will YouTubers Survive The Economic Crash?

+ The #1 Google Ads Strategy In 2024

January 12th Edition

Leveling Up

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Interview Highlights

Will YouTubers Survive The Economic Crash?

Mark Moss, Sahil Bloom, Codie Sanchez, and Vivian Tu discuss various topics related to the current economic landscape, entrepreneurship, and the creator economy.

They explore the possibility of an inflationary crash, the importance of owning assets and controlling income, the power of attention in the digital age, and the challenges and potential of the creator economy.

In this video, you’ll discover:

  • The best strategies for entrepreneurs in an inflationary crash

  • Disadvantages of owning numerous small businesses

  • How to leverage creators as distribution in any economy

  • And much more!

Paid Media Insights

Cutting Your Google Ads Costs in Half: The Long-Tail Keyword Strategy

Ever wondered how to slash your Google Ads costs without compromising on results?

Let me introduce you to the game-changer: The Long-Tail Keyword Strategy.

This isn't just about reducing costs; it's about targeting the right audience with precision and efficiency.

Why Long-Tail Keywords?

Long-tail keywords are specific, often longer phrases that target niche demographics. They are the secret sauce for reaching an audience that's already halfway through the buying process.

Their specificity means less competition and, thus, lower cost per click (CPC).

It’s about tapping into a market that's already looking for exactly what you offer.

But here's the kicker:

Long-tail keywords often lead to higher conversion rates. People using these specific search terms are not just browsing; they're looking to buy.

How to Implement the Long-Tail Keyword Strategy?

  1. Start with Research: Dive deep into your audience's search behavior. Tools like Google's Keyword Planner or SEMrush can help identify long-tail keywords relevant to your business.

  2. Understand the Intent: Not all long-tail keywords are created equal. Understand the intent behind the search query. Is it informational, navigational, or transactional? Tailor your content and ads accordingly.

  3. Test and Iterate: Implement these keywords in your ad campaigns and closely monitor performance. Adjust and refine based on the data.

  4. Incorporate in Content: Long-tail keywords should be naturally woven into your website’s content. This not only helps in ads but boosts your organic search presence too.

Lower ad costs? Check. Higher conversion rates? Double check.

By focusing on long-tail keywords, you're not just saving money, you're investing it smarter.

You're reaching the right people at the right time with the right message.

And if you’re thinking, "This sounds great, but where do I start?"

That’s where we come in.

At Single Grain, our team of digital marketing experts specializes in crafting bespoke Google Ads strategies that leverage the power of long-tail keywords.

We’ll help you identify the best keywords for your business and create a tailored plan to maximize your ad spend efficiency.

Let us help you turn those specific searches into your most valuable customers.

Ready to cut your ad costs and boost conversions?

Cheers to smarter advertising.

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