NEW Poll Question Feature Now On PPC Hero!

By Jamie Newton | @jnewton09 | Senior Communications Manager at Hanapin Marketing

At Hanapin Marketing and PPC Hero, we are constantly evaluating our efforts and working to provide a better experience for our readers. That also means we want to hear what YOU have to say and what you think about next year’s trends, how well the new features in Google AdWords or Bing are working for your accounts, what channels are performing well or really bad, etc.

That’s why we are excited to announce that PPC Hero now has a new poll question feature on the homepage! You can find the poll on the left side of the page, just below the first horizontal ad.

Screen Shot 2015-12-11 at 8.36.42 AM

The poll questions will change periodically and the results will be used in a multitude of ways – whether in a whitepaper, a blog post, an infographic, an upcoming webinar, or even just for discussion on our social channels.

The poll question does not collect email addresses or any information for that matter; we simply want your opinion and at times, your industry vertical. This is one of the many ways we plan to continue keeping a pulse on the thoughts and opinions of our readers, the thought leaders of our industry.

So what are you waiting for? Navigate to the homepage and fill out our newest poll question!

Analyzing the AdWords Distance Report

The distance report provides a unique view of your geographic data. The report helps users understand how distance from a location impacts search ad performance.

How to Master Attribution for Easy Budget Planning

In this webinar, Hanapin’s Cassie Oumedian and Google’s Julia Meter will provide tips on using AdWords attribution to directionally decide where you should allocate your budget, and how you can use the changing industry to your advantage.

AdWords Interface Updating By End of 2018

By the end of 2018, the old AdWords interface will be replaced by the new AdWords Experience permanently. The exact date of the transition is up for debate but it is expected to come as early as October, if not earlier in the year.