Focus your online marketing and achieve maximum visibility for your book through the Xlibris Google Display Network Marketing services.
This service opens windows of marketing opportunities for your book with ad placements on Google’s vast advertising network. You can take your pick from Google-owned websites that show AdWords ads (such as Google Finance, Gmail, Blogger, and YouTube) and from over 2 million Google partner websites (including mobile sites and apps).
The great thing is Xlibris hands over the reins to you when it comes to selecting your ad placements. You can choose whether you want your ads to automatically appear on Google-matched sites or you can choose to place your ads on your chosen websites that are part of Google's network. You can even customise your targeting parameters such as location, age, language, audience interest, topic, keywords, and even specific websites that are part of Google's network.
So grab this opportunity to take advantage of these powerful bespoke online marketing packages that zero in on your target readership:
- Google Display Network Marketing Supreme
- Book advertisement creation in different formats: website text ads, website image ads, and mobile website ads
- 30-day ad placement on the Google Display Network
- Advanced Web Design Service package
- Join Mailing List feature on website (plug-in)
- 15 BookStub™ Cards for you to give away
As an added bonus, this package includes our Excess Bandwidth Service. Having abundant bandwidth allows for a speedy transfer of data to site visitors and, more importantly, an improved customer experience. Up to 10 GB of excess bandwidth per month is covered by this service.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
Google is one of the largest display networks with an amazing reach of 90% of internet users in over 100 countries, 4.3 billion daily page views, and 1 billion monthly visitors. There are over 2 million partner/participating websites, plus specific Google websites—including Google Finance, Gmail, Blogger, and YouTube—that show AdWords ads. This network also includes mobile sites and apps that show ads.*
*As of 2018