THE CHALLENGE:

Google Ads Management Results for Healthcare Review Company

The Center for Personalized Education for Physicians (CPEP) reached out to us in need of web traffic improvements and optimization of their ongoing Google Ads Grant Campaign. With offices in Denver, CO and Raleigh, NC, CPEP had been a client for years, so we already knew their niche and target audience in order to proceed with PPC Marketing.

For Google Ads Grant Campaigns, the budget and CPC is predetermined. That means working within a box. With a fixed ad spend, we knew that the best approach was to work to improve the Quality Score. We did this by:

Google Ads case study
Based on Chariot’s initial takeover & management of CPEP’s Google Ads account, Jan 2017 – May 2017
  • Curating CPEP’s keyword targets
  • Sprinkling magic into the Ad Sets (Yes, we do have an in-house unicorn in case you’re wondering.)
  • This in-turn increased click through rates (CTR)
  • Alas, we were able to increase CPEP’s Quality Score.
  • Result: Ads gained much more exposure and UP went their traffic!

ONGOING IMPROVEMENTS:

Long Term Goal: Boosting visibility of ads and getting more clicks through to the site by optimizing the campaign to target those most likely to be interested. With Grant campaign restrictions removing control of budget and bids, other elements of the campaign were optimized to maximize the likelihood of conversions so Google would increase max CPC allowed and spend more of the Grant allowance on showing more ads to potential leads.

  • CTR: 5%
  • Bid Strategy: Maximum Conversion
  • Max Spend: $329 per day
Google Ads Management Case Study
March 2020 – May 2020 (3 months) compared to the previous year

YEAR ON YEAR:

We continued curating each campaign, creating stronger keyword targets based on the incoming data, and better targeting more promising demographics. The Click Through Rate (CTR) improved overall from 6.34% to 11.62%, while the spend was increased by 171%. The conversion rate remains steady at 6.71%.

Jan 2019 – Jan 2020, Year on Year

THE RESULTS:

After seeing the results of their Google Ads Grant campaign, CPEP decided to have us manage a paid AdWords campaign.

We were able to maximize the points of highest ROI among both types of accounts. The grant and paid accounts now worked in conjunction with each other. For highly competitive keywords that went above the grant campaigns’ reach of the $2 max CPC, we used the paid account. Meanwhile the grant campaign was able to gather valuable data that we fed back over to the paid account to maximize our client’s budget. This increased the potency of any dollars spent on the paid account exponentially.

The results showed a 151% increase in traffic within the first 30 days.
This immediately increased class registrations, calls, and overall revenue for their organization.

620% Increase in Website Traffic Overall

65% Decrease in Bounce Rate

By curating CPEP’s traffic and keyword targets based on engagement metrics, we were able to decrease their overall bounce rate from 67.3% down to 2.4%.

We saw a very significant jump in traffic on our website immediately after Chariot started managing our campaigns. It has been remarkable! Google ads has been a major driving force behind our increasing number of clients over the past year.

- Google Ads Client

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