Google Advertisement

Google Ads are the fastest and easiest way to get highly qualified leads for your company. All you have to do is choose your keywords, define a budget, run tests, and optimize. This is especially useful when you launch a website as it can take months of SEO before you get on the first page of organic Google.

At RMOOD, all of our Local Services ad management plans are optimised to help you connect with more qualified leads. So, you won’t have to worry about missing out on qualified leads and revenue.
More than half of online searchers visit a store within a day of conducting a search. With Google Local Services ads, you can show up at the top of results when locals search online.

Google Local Services ads allow you to:

Connect with locals who are most likely to book your services
Build trust with Google Guarantee
Only pay for leads interested in your business and services
Not sure how to get started?

Our Google Local Services ad specialists will walk you through every step of the process with our stress-free ad management services. Contact us today to get started!


Want to reach more local leads, increase foot traffic, and boost conversions for your business? If so, Google Local Services ads are a great investment — and RMOOD makes the ad management process easy.


target market

Ultimately, money is made, whether through Advertisement or other monetization methods, by providing valuable content and quality traffic to your blog or website. Effective in getting free traffic to your site.

Pay Per Click

Incentivizing clicks, buying (PPC) space, or using a program designed to drive traffic to google Advertisement pages is against the rules. Google isn’t very forgiving about breaking the rules, so be sure to adhere to them.

increase your earnings

As your website traffic grows with Google Advertisement your audience have more engaged, you’ll incrementally increase your earnings. You’re allowed three standard ad placements per page. Use them all for maximum benefit.


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With 10 years of professional experience in the online advertising space, We have in-depth knowledge of all things digital advertising. Google Ad Manager (DFP) Ad server implementation, ad unit hierarchy, ad trafficking, campaign management, ads.txt set up, reporting/analysis, direct and programmatic monetization.Integration of ad serving on websites, native apps, progressive web apps, mobile websites and within video players.

Google Ad unit set up including text/display ads, matched content, in-feed ads, in-article ads, auto ads and auto ads for the amp. In-depth optimization of ad unit type and placement on-site with a goal of increasing revenue. 50% average revenue increase for publishers Programmatic In-depth knowledge of every major DSP/SSP through the usage of each platform.

Set up, manage and optimization of ad selling integrations. Direct access to aggregated demand from Google Ad Exchange, Amazon and others. Header Bidding/Open Bidding Guidance and technical set-up header bidding and Google Ad Exchange Open Bidding within Google Ad Manager. Line item set up, ad unit set up, site code integration. Plus overall yield management strategy and optimizations.

Let’s walk through the setup process. With our google advertising services, your company can take advantage of these benefits:

  • Google Ad Manager
  • Keyword Analysis & Strategy
  • Competitor Campaign Analysis
  • Ad Audit and Optimization
  • Header Bidding/Open Bidding
  • Detailed Reporting
What is Google Advertising?

When you perform a search on, you might’ve noticed a few results at the top of the list (and at the bottom) with “Ad” in a box next to the URL. Those are Google Ads and those companies paid to be there.

Is this a good idea? Do people actually click on paid page listings in preference to natural search results?

According to one survey, 2020 saw 7 million businesses use Google’s search and advertising tools to generate over $146 billion in revenue. Sounds like a winning strategy, if you can make it work for you.

How much does Google Ads cost?

After you set your initial bids, Google will reward your rising Quality Score by lowering your cost per click (CPC). A high Quality Score also gets your ad displayed more frequently and in a better position (i.e., on top of the search results page, instead of at the bottom).

Two other factors to consider are a) where is your business is located; and b) how much local competition do you have. For instance, a therapist in San Francisco is going to have a much higher CPC than a therapist in Scranton – even with a high Quality Score.

Keeping your overall cost low and your return on investment high is where we come in.