Powered by machine learning and ai, adinvestor offers small to medium businesses a low-cost solution to PPC.
Introducing AdInvestor By Push
Push was one of the first advertising agencies to heavily invest in tech and we developed a wide range of scripts and a technology product called Push Analyser to help optimise Google Ads. These reports dramatically sped up our analysis and gave us more time to work on customers accounts.
For higher operational efficiency we know that more automation and machine learning will lead to better results for our customers.
One of our key requirements was to have all in one dashboard where account and ads management is done.
We know Google, Bing and Facebook machine learning capabilities go beyond what we can see and do in the platforms, so we started thinking of how we can we build on top of the overwhelming complexity of data aggregation to allow us to see where to invest marketing budget for our customers and merge data across platforms to help drive healthy ROIs.
We are proud to launch AdInvestor. Our new advertising platform to take control of your advertising. This is an easy to use platform that helps businesses identify where to invest ad spend, monitor budgets, complete account audit check, provide real-time performance metrics, control click fraud and perform competitor analysis.
Our goal is to shape the future PPC marketing for businesses and to maximise ROI significantly with our flagship AI platform.
We want to give more control to those managing ad campaigns without increasing management time – Reducing time-consuming tasks like; account set up, budget management & control, click tracking across multiple platforms and other activities allow for more time to focus on the strategies on the platforms for business growth.
Our development team has a busy year ahead with the current road map. Watch out new features like Account health scores, Predictive negative keyword suggestions, and Facebook integrations.
We will also be releasing a scaled-down version of the product for smaller businesses.