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Target your exact audience.
Drive maximum ROI.
Through keyword analysis and precise targeting we create highly segmented Google Ads campaigns that convert your website traffic into engaged customers.
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Not just management. Full scale optimization.

Through lean and mean analysis and insight and some of the most talented experts in the industry, Agency Jet helps Google's AI hone in on the elements that matter most.
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Don’t do DIY Pay Per Click Advertising

Most people have dipped their toe in the Google Ads waters only to see it yields minimal results. Here’s why hiring a team of experts works better.
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Expert Set Up

Our experts will spend time learning your business and crafting a digital advertising strategy customized to your needs.

Proven ROI

Data and measurability are what really give digital marketing an edge over other forms of advertising. We help build campaigns that drive the return you’re aiming for.

Custom Reporting

Custom made dashboard that highlights your most important metrics. See the results of campaigns in real time.

Full Transparency

Routine phone calls and accurate reporting give you a full 360 degree view of your campaign performance at any given moment.
Owner
Joe Osterbauer
Osterbauer Law

“In the end I have never had a company stand behind their work the way Agency Jet does.”

Osterbauer Law had someone else managing their pay per click campaign—and then they found Agency Jet. In 1 year, Agency Jet lowered the firm’s monthly cost from $25,000 to $10,000, increased leads and saw the cost per conversion be 10X less.
LOWERING CPA

10X

LOWERING COST

250%

What’s the difference in hiring an agency versus an employee or DIY?

It’s easy enough to start but without the required skills can you really grow? Here’s what you can expect from each:
Hiring an Agency
Hiring a Marketing Employee
Doing ADS Yourself
AD Experts
2+
1 (maybe)
0
Monthly Time Commitment
2 hours
5 hours
20+ hours
Proven ROI
Yes
No
No
Expert Setup
Yes
Maybe
No
Hiring an Agency
AD Experts
2+
Monthly Time Commitment
2 hours
Proven ROI
Yes
Expert Setup
Yes
Hiring a Marketing Employee
AD Experts
1 (maybe)
Monthly Time Commitment
5 hours
Proven ROI
No
Expert Setup
Maybe
Doing SEO Yourself
AD Experts
0
Monthly Time Commitment
20+ hours
Proven ROI
No
Expert Setup
No

Ads cost money our

advice does not

We provide a completely free consultation to see where you’re at and how it can be improved. It’s no sales pitch, just valuable information.

With 20,000 US companies who provide pay per click services, here’s why we’re different.

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Guaranteed Results

It’s all right there in the stats. If you’re not seeing more leads and better CPC, get rid of us.

Reports To Your Inbox

Pay per click strategies change quickly, see all the shifts with reports sent right to your inbox.

24/7/365 Dashboard

Want to see the work that’s being done? Check it out, day or night, from your custom dashboard.

No Geek Speak

This stuff can be super confusing and it'd be easy to feel mislead. But not with us. We break everything down in understandable terms.

Recorded Monthly Calls

An entire library of calls and their transcripts available to you so you can reference back whenever you like.

A Dedicated Project Manager

One client, one lead project manager and one support project manager. We don’t bounce you around the whole agency.

Proven Tactics

Our clients leads almost always increase and their monthly ad spend often goes down at the same time.

Data Nerds

We live in data. It’s how we tick. It’s also how we dissect each action to make your campaign wildly successful.

Answers to Questions About

Hiring A Digital Advertising Company

What is digital advertising? (also known as “Pay Per Click” or “Search Engine Marketing”)

Digital advertising or search engine marketing (SEM), which is also known as pay per click (PPC) is the act of using Google Ads or Bing Ads to get to the top of search engine results by paying the search engine directly to advertise your business there for your brand name or important keywords for your company. When a user clicks on your ad, based on the going rate, that cost per click will be deducted from your monthly budget. The hope is that the person clicking on your ad will buy from you.

How does pay per click work?

With the most common platform being Google Ads, you’ll set up your ID and begin creating ad campaigns in an effort to display advertisements in Google SERPs for your key products and services or brand name. This online advertising model means that when your ad shows up, you are only charged by Google when somebody clicks on the ad.

What is display advertising in digital marketing?

Display advertising is the process of advertising your company’s products, services or brand name using visuals like images or videos. These ads often show up on third party sites as banners or icons and they are called display ads because of their visual nature.

What is remarketing?

Remarketing is the act of displaying text or display ads in front of people who have previously interacted with your company site. As the buying cycle for many businesses features visitors interacting with a brand multiple times before purchasing, remarketing allows you to keep your brand top of mind when a user is away from your website.

When using search engine marketing, where can your ads appear?

Ads can appear in a number of places. Text ads will appear at the top of Google search engine results pages (SERPs) and at the bottom for competitive keyword phrases. Display ads will show on third party sites and affiliate websites. Remarketing ads can be on third party sites, applications and through various email outlets. Shopping ads will show up above search results featuring an image of the product.

What’s the difference between Google Ads and Google Organic?

Google Ads are displayed at the top of Google SERPs but you have to pay the advertising platform to keep your place at the top of the results. Google Organic results exist on the top pages of Google from SEO strategy that helps companies rise in the rankings for important keywords to their business.

How does call tracking work?

Call tracking is one of multiple methods used to measure the effectiveness of digital advertising. It’s a service that allows businesses to receive real-time reports of all incoming calls, including: Caller information (phone number, location, name) Number of calls received by the business Call duration Service provider information any associated messages you may have left for the caller.

Call tracking works by assigning a local or 800 number to a business phone line so that when the 'new' number is called, it forwards the call to the business line. The assigned number is tied to technology that has the ability to track caller information which helps realize true ROI.

There are also different types of call tracking. Google Ads and Microsoft Ads use a method that involves putting a tracking number directly into an advertiser’s ad copy. A user can then click on that number from a mobile device and call the business without ever having to visit the advertiser’s website. There are also 3rd party call tracking numbers that can be set up on a company’s website. These will change depending on how a website visitor found the website; whether that's organic vs social vs paid search vs typing in the company URL directly into the browser. When set up properly, call tracking will help show which marketing channels are driving the best results.

What is a website conversion?

A website conversion happens when a user completes a desired action on your website, like making a purchase or filling out a contact form. Every business website is built to generate conversions: you want your business website to be easy to navigate, informative and entertaining at the same time.

Website conversions can range from an actual sale of a product to someone following your company on a social media page. Some website conversions may be more valuable than others. An example might be that a sale on the website is more valuable than someone signing up for the company’s newsletter. Having primary and secondary conversions is what builds the foundation of a healthy and effective website. A good digital marketing campaign is set up to drive as many conversions as possible all across.

What are cookies and how do they work?

Tracking cookies are used to collect information about the user's movements around a website, such as the number of pages that they have visited. They are also used to store personal preferences, so that when visiting a certain site again, you can have the same experience as you did on the first visit. The information gathered from cookies is very useful in helping businesses understand more about the types of people that are interested in their particular products and services.

Cookies are changing. The cookieless future was announced as a shift in the digital landscape following Google's planned phasing out of third-party cookies in its Chrome browser, announced in January 2023. Cookies have become less popular over the years. As cookies are phased out, new ways of tracking that do not collect "personally identifiable data" will become available.