Southern Mobility Vehicles specialise in the supply of wheelchair-adapted cars, cars with mobility aids, multi-wheelchair vehicles and mobility vans suitable for care homes. Southern Mobility Vehicles needed to increase its car sales marketing campaign’s reach to a target audience across London and the Southern counties, focusing on a specific set of search terms which identified highly-motivated buyers.
While a Google AdWords campaign had been created by another agency on its behalf, it was not creating profitable enquiries for Southern Mobility Vehicles. Our strategy comprised a careful mix of optimisation of the website and the creation of fresh content featuring new stock, balanced with social media activity to help build a stronger brand, boost rankings and increase organic traffic coming to the site.
The primary objective was to increase the campaign response, focusing specifically on the quality of the traffic. This niche market sector needed careful research of the terms motivated buyers used to produce the most enquiries for the available budget.
Our Pay Per Click Specialists started by creating new location-targeted campaigns to focus the advertising budget to an audience within reach of the company’s sites in West Sussex and Surrey – this involved deeply researching relevant search terms and structuring a campaign to create a strong click through rate and drive motivated buyers to the website.
The optimisation of the Google Search campaigns was supported by a remarketing campaign, targeting visitors after they’d left the site by using the Google AdWords Display Network to display branded banner ads featuring current stock. This strategy influenced visitors’ buying decisions during the sales cycle, increasing the likelihood of a return to the website and a sale.
Building on the strong performance of the Google AdWords campaign, our organic search team added organic placement to the campaign to target an increased share of the organic traffic coming to the site. Efforts were initially focused on high-volume search terms such as ‘wheelchair accessible vehicles’, for which the site did not rank on the first page of Google and received little search volume.