Three Next-Level Strategies for Ecommerce PPC [Webinar Recording]

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

You’ve heard of the dozens of PPC tools at your disposal to target your customer at the perfect point in the buying cycle – are you ready to take your ecommerce plan to the next level? Are Google’s Shopping Campaigns and Dynamic advertising still uncharted territory for you? These new features increase your reach for optimizing bids and settings while making the overall search journey easier and more valuable for users.GoogleWebinar_FeaturedImage

In the recording, Google and Hanapin Marketing experts discuss actionable tips and strategies to bring your ecommerce plan to the next level.

You’ll get expert-level PPC tips like:

  • Learning all about these features from Google representatives
  • Why you should consider Dynamic marketing
  • How to optimize your accounts with Shopping Campaigns
  • Examples of strategy implementation with real world data

Be in the know and up your game with these three strategies!

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Be in the Know! Three Next-Level Strategies for Ecommerce PPC from Hanapin Marketing

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