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4 Mistakes All New Account Managers Make

 

Whether you work for an agency, or yourself, below are 4 mistakes all account managers will make, but can be easily avoided. Click here to find PPC expert services. 

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AdWords Management Is Not Equal: Tips for Managing your AdWords Account

The management of your AdWords account is very important. Whether your company is taking the task on in-house or hiring an agency – AdWords management is not created equal. Strategy along with optimizations differ among industries, within media budgets, locations, and importantly – within your business’ goals.  So here are some helpful tips and tricks for the management of your AdWords account:

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Top 4 PPC Trends to Expect from Google AdWords in 2018

I would say it’s that time of the year again, but here we are mid-December, finishing up No-Snow November and it's still warm in Denver. But that’s beside the point, come 2018 Google will be pumping full steam ahead, launching some new paid search products. Some are excited for the new products, but others might be skeptical. So I’m going to leave it up to you to decide.

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Spooktacular – What is your Quality Score?

Happy Friday the 13th to all of you AdWord Managers out there! Not to add another thing to worry about to your list this Friday, but do you know what your quality score is currently? If that’s a new buzzword, then you should be worried about all of the money you could be wasting in your account due to a poor quality score. By managing your AdWords account around quality score, you can see lower CPC’s, higher click volume, and potentially higher conversion volume. To help you out with your AdWords management, we’ve broken down the main quality score factors here below to avoid any mistakes on this spooky day.

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5 Reasons Why PPC Management with an Agency Makes Sense


The front line of Google and any other search engine results page (SERP) begins with paid search. I’m sure by now you have seen some sort of advertisement from a competitor online and thought, I need to give this a try. Google’s tutorials make it seem easy to start and I can run my own campaigns.” 

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