Do you need real-time, exclusive Genealogy leads generated via Google search? If so, carry on reading...
Where do our Genealogy leads come from?
We generate all Genealogy enquiries via Google Ads. This means your clients are pro-actively searching on Google for the service you provide.
What websites do you use to generate Genealogy enquiries?
Check out our brands to view the websites our leads come from.
What are Google Ads?
Every second, there are 2.3 million searches performed on Google and the majority of search result pages include Google Ads.
Google allows advertisers (like Echo Ads) to promote their websites based upon the search query entered.
How do you generate Genealogy leads?
We use our own websites and drive customers to them using Google Ads campaigns.
We design bespoke campaigns for each lead type. Each campaign often has in excess 10,000 keywords & phrases. We then manage & optimise the campaigns 24/7 for you.
Every lead generated via your bespoke Google Ads campaign goes directly and exclusively to you and your inbox.
Do I need a website?
No. We use our own website to generate Genealogy leads for you.
Do I manage Google Ads myself?
No. We manage everything with Google.
Any other questions?
Check out the FAQ section
Customers are required to fill in their full name, telephone number (at least 1), email address & postcode. There are additional fields they must fill in depending on the lead type.
What will I pay for?
You will be billed for ‘Advertising’ (like you would if you used Google directly) and you will be billed a small ‘Lead Cost’ for each genuine lead generated. That’s it.
What is the average cost of a Genealogy lead?
Typically, we generate Genealogy leads for between £5 & £20 in advertising costs (Google clicks).
How do Echo Ads make money?
For every Genealogy lead we generate for you, we charge a small 'Lead Cost'. Genealogy leads this starts from £10
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