The PPC advertising management client featured in this case study offers health and wellness “water enhancement” products that greatly improve tap water for those interested in its health benefits.
While this client had moderate success selling their water enhancement products in the past, they made it a priority to increase their margins at the time of engagement by focusing attention on selling a much higher priced product, which would afford the client their desired margins.
The new product to be marketed was priced well over $2000, setting a substantial and unique challenge for both parties involved.
To create new and substantial demand for this new product and in the shortest period of time possible, the client knew they had to think big.
They first considered using PPC to build product demand, as they had seen other competitors using it in the past, and so decided this was likely the best solution for them as well.
To give this new campaign the greatest chance of success possible, the client had researched and eventually decided to do business with Guaranteed PPC.
Guaranteed PPC agreed to help the client capture the attention of as many price qualified people in the market as possible to buy a water filtration device in the next 30 days, using the Google AdWords program.
If the campaigns demonstrated feasibility to the client, the client was to continue the campaign accordingly.
Despite the client’s ideas about what would work with PPC initially, it was advised after running an initial analysis on the client’s competitions’ PPC campaigns that many of their competitors selling similar water filtration products on the market were also using both search and display advertising to gain their products’ awareness, and so the client should be doing so as well.
The client was quickly in agreement with Guaranteed PPC on the total scope for this project.
Since no actual marketing collateral existed for this new product upon engagement with the client, Guaranteed PPC was also tasked with building a landing page for this PPC campaign to sell the product in question by capturing the intended audience’s attention.
Overall, the PPC campaign did exactly as it was designed to do.
During the initial month of launch, lead costs were much higher, as we had fewer visitors on our retargeting campaign list.
By month three of campaign launch, however, the remarketing campaign had started to “kick in,” showing it could provide at least 25 percent of the total leads and at a cost much less than what it did to acquire them through the search engines alone.
It is predicted that in three months, having made major adjustments based upon the data accumulated, the client’s lead cost would have broken through the ~$60 level, far exceeding the client’s expectations and requirements to make a very substantial profit.
This campaign would be expanded to include many more keywords and traffic types to expand on its successes in the future.
Despite supply issues that cropped up right away for this client, the campaign was shown to be a great success for both client and agency.
This case study is a reminder that despite there being a clear market for any product at the present time, a market can indeed be created from scratch with the right PPC strategy and sales funnel in place.