Ticker Tuesday: Making Good PPC Accounts Great
May 3, 2011
Do you think you have an okay PPC account? Chances are, it could be better. In this episode of Ticker Tuesday, we’ll give you 4 tips that will help clean up your account and get it ready for the pay-per-click big time…all in less than a minute!
Ticker Tuesdays are Hanapin’s newest video series, and will air every Tuesday afternoon. Fast, concise, and fun, Ticker Tuesdays aim to provide quick “ah-ha!” moments by tackling problems that may otherwise have you stumped. So the next time you get stuck on your account, need some new ideas, or are looking to think outside the box, you can count on us to give you a fresh start in just 60 seconds.
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