Our Favorite PPC Updates for 2017 [so far]
May 8, 2017
Every month, the PPC pros at Hanapin do a day of training that includes the newest updates and features our team needs to know. We know how hard it is to keep up with the consistent changes in the PPC world – even the most seasoned pros can miss things!
In this new webinar, Hanapin experts, Alka Du Mont and Zach Bruner, will pull together all the newest and most important updates in PPC that your marketing team should know about. They’ll go through a number of platforms, including Google, Bing, and Facebook.
- New updates from Google, Bing, Facebook, Instagram, Yahoo and other platforms
- What industry changes you and your team can utilize for your strategy
- What changes you’ve missed in the industry over the last year
Zach Bruner Alka Du Mont
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