The personal injury space has some of the highest CPCs in the UK – sometimes over £100 per click! Therefore, our focus has been on creating stand-out ads and maximising conversion rates to drive the growth that they need.
In this highly competitive space, domain authority is top priority. We regularly drive high quality links to the National Accident Helpline website with a calendar of carefully designed, consumer-focused campaigns. These campaigns boost the authority of the website while raising the profile of the brand. e.g: Future Legal Mind: Competition for law students to win £5,000 towards studies Accident Awareness Week: Annual week of campaigning to reduce avoidable accidents
National Accident Helpline have a regular need to up and down-weight activity in specific areas of advertising, based on a commercial desire for different claim types. We use PPC to drive volume in these areas, with campaigns built to allow us the ability to quickly turn areas of advertising on and off. Central to our PPC activity is ad testing, ensuring our ads achieve stand-out in the competitive SERPs
As a key player in the space, we regularly receive reports from Google analysing our performance against the market. These stats show that our campaign activity is more efficient than other brands in the same space, driving a higher visibility at the average cost per click.
We have developed useful tools, most notably a compensation calculator and an eligibility checker, so consumers can gain valuable insight into their injury and potential claim. The tools also help to ease consumers towards key conversion points across the site.
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