Geo Fencing & Local Search Ads in Sacramento, CA

If you are a local business and you want to advertise on social media or Google, you need to make sure your ads are fenced in so that your ads are only seen by your target audience.

What are Geo Fencing and Google Local Services?

Geo Fencing refers to ensuring that your ads do not get seen by those outside of where you do business. If you only want to do business in Roseville, Rocklin, and Granite Bay, we will make sure those are the only places where people will see your ads. This makes your ads more efficient because you will not be spending money to have people in Auburn, CA see your ads. We can also target by whether people live in an area, are just visiting, and many other parameters to make sure only a select demographic are seeing your ads.

Google Local Services is a powerful tool that most service-based business can use to reach local customers. With it comes a Google guarantee that backs the work you do which adds a great deal of value in the eyes of people or businesses who need your services.

Services Included with Every Project

If your customers are local and you want to target people or businesses that are immediately around you, geo fencing and local search services is exactly what you need. We use a variety of methods to have your business seen by those who are looking for your services and products. One of those is Google Local Services which is perfect for most service-based businesses.

Transparency First


We wish we'd never met clients who'd had negative experiences with companies or individuals who promised the moon, kept everything a secret as to what they were doing, and in the end had zero results to show for the time and money they had invested. We start the entire process off by explaining exactly what we are going to do for you and will check in throughout the entire process.

Keyword Analysis


We start by talking with you about the keywords you want to target and include some others that you may not have thought about using. We then will run them through a few programs that will give us a definite value as to how effective they will be at driving traffic to your website.

Optimizing Budgets


We NEVER use all of your ad budget at once. Smart and successful advertising starts with testing. That’s why we take small portions of the ad budget you give us and test various iterations of the ads we create. We then take that data and allocate the rest of the budget towards the ads that were the most effective AND efficient.

Campaign Reports


ROI is where the rubber meets the road, and we will provide reports at the end of each campaign that show you the performance of each ad and how that relates to your return on investment.

Common Questions

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How much does it cost to run ads on Google?

Our fees are fixed and are based on how much you spend. However, the minimum we recommend a client spend on Google Ads is $500 per month. Because Google Ads is based on a bidding process for different keywords, if you have less than $500 per month to spend on bids, you will not win many of those bids, and thus your ads will not be seen by people searching for the keywords we target.

How many ads will you run?

It depends on the budget we have to work with. The more of a budget we have to work with, the more different types of ads we can run.

Do you charge a flat fee or a percentage of the ad budget?

We always charge a flat fee that starts at $250 per month. The fee increases in steps as your ad budget reaches different levels and tops out at a certain level even if your ad budget keeps growing.

Can you run different ads that take people to a specific landing page or allow them to call us?


Josh and Dedicated Designs have been the best possible experience! So rare today to find someone with character and integrity. Josh truly cares about his clients. That aside I’ve seen a definite increase in sales thanks to his efforts, it took a few months but we are seeing the fruits of his efforts. I have faith we will continue moving forward!!
- Allan Rosenberg, 2020