What was YOUR last search?
September 12, 2017
Have you ever just taken a moment to look through your search history and laugh at the weird things you search throughout the day?
Well, in the spirit of our State of PPC 2017/2018 release in just a week, our team did and we just have to share these quirky searches with you (see full video here). But we also want to know – what was the last thing YOU searched? From WWII casualties during a comedy play (ahem, Jeff Allen) to Rebecca Black’s “Friday” to Kanye West’s bubble tea shop, we’re sure your searches aren’t weirder than ours. Or are they? Feel free to take the challenge.
Tweet at us with the hashtag #MySearch and let us know the crazy things in your search history! AND – be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to receive the State of PPC Report on September 19th!
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