Bidding In A Mobile Centric 2017
Mobile is continuing to dominate digital advertising. With mobile spend rising, start thinking about how to change your mobile bidding method.
Last year’s State of the PPC Industry report was so popular, we decided to do it a little more often than once a year. From now on, we’ll be providing quarterly surveys and updates on the PPC Industry.
This quarter, the survey asks about PPC Pain Points. Take three minutes and let us know – What PPC Pain Points do you spend the most time and energy on and how do you determine them?
The information gathered in this survey will shine light on what Pain Points the industry is dealing with the most frequently, how they are finding them, and the amount of time they are spending on them. With your help, these reports will continually keep PPC readers like you, informed and better equipped to make the best decisions for their accounts.
This industry update is being conducted by the Hanapin Forum, brought to you by Hanapin Marketing; the same PPC agency that brings you a daily dose of PPC Hero blogs and annually the most popular PPC conference in the world, Hero Conf.
Take your place as a thought leader and complete this quick three minute survey.
Survey closes on Friday, June 13, 2014.
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Account structure is a major indicator of account health. Red flags of ineffective structure can be seen via quality scores, reporting, and keyword performance.