Holiday PPC Management Series Wrap-Up
November 11, 2011
We hope you found this week’s holiday PPC series, Jingle Your Bells All The Way To The Bank, to be helpful! To recap, we covered holiday keyword research, account structure, getting your holiday ads to show and optimizing your landing pages for seasonal traffic. We hope our posts got you into the holiday spirit a little early this year, and that you’re eager to optimize your PPC accounts for holiday traffic.
In case you need a refresher, or an easy reference point to all our series posts this week, here are links to each of the posts:
Hopefully this is everything you need to know to get started on your holiday PPC planning! If you have any tips of your own to add, feel free to share them in the comments below. Thanks for reading and we wish you a happy and successful holiday season.
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