Brad McMillen

Brad McMillen

Biography

Brad McMillen is a digital marketing consultant and freelance copywriter at Mac Strat in Indianapolis, Indiana. He manages pay-per-click campaigns, performs SEO audits, writes web content, and crafts direct-response copy. Connect with Brad on LinkedIn.

marketing one-pager example
October 21st, 2020

If someone asked you what your business does, would you be able to describe it accurately in a concise, compelling manner?

Better yet: would your description inspire a potential customer to want to learn more about what you have to offer?

Even further, suppose multiple people wanted that description in writing—sales team members, potential customers, existing ...

how to use branding to improve advertising
September 13th, 2020

In the world of paid digital marketing there are various components that determine whether your efforts are successful or not. But within the technical complexities of account structure, campaign optimization, conversion tracking, and audience targeting (amongst many others) lies an important detail that many advertisers—regardless of expertise—often neglect. That detail is branding....

September 11th, 2014

Most digital marketers agree that landing pages can make or break any campaign, be it PPC, social media, email, or display ads. Once you get people to click, the landing page has to convince your visitor to complete the conversion.

To assist in the goal of landing page success, a number of software platforms exist to help marketers test landing page elements. Visuals, calls-to-action (...

December 11th, 2013

Google AdWords takes the word “competitive” to new heights. This fluid auction, fired off whenever someone performs a Google search, provides a platform for advertisers to compete for attention, clicks, traffic, and conversions – in short, for customers.  

Too often, however, PPC managers see the need to be competitive as a kneejerk cue to raise bids. Though a top rank can...

November 18th, 2013

The refrain “time is running out” is something we’re all going to hear on a repeated basis for the next 45 days or so. As it applies to the PPC pros, time is running out to prepare for the digital shopping madness known as Cyber Monday, coming on December 2. That's just three short weeks away.

Cyber Monday is a term marketing companies created back in 2005 to...