PPCChat | The Art Of Saying No In PPC | 26th October 2021

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Saying NO to certain requests from the client is a skill. How do experts generally position their NO request to clients & what was their reaction? how did PPCers handle the most outrageous request? and more was discussed in this week’s PPCChat session. Hosted by Julie F Bacchini, here is the screencap of the entire… Read more »

PPCChat | Most Controversial Takes On PPC | 19th October 2021

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This week’s PPCChat session was an interesting one. Experts shared their most unpopular take on paid social, what is their PPC conspiracy theory, what is their most controversial take on any aspect of PPC like automation, reporting, etc. Hosted by Julie F Bacchini, here is the screencap of the complete chat.

PPCChat | PPC Highs & Lows | 12th October 2021

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Welcome Happy Readers! In this week’s PPCChat discussion, host Julie F Bacchini discussed experts’ biggest wins & failures, what have they learned from them, Is there a strategy or tactic that PPCers really want to try, and more. Here is the screencap of this week’s session.

PPCChat | Diversification In PPC | 5th October 2021

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Welcome Happy Readers! This week, Facebook and Instagram have faced global outage, and experts saw a slight impact on their campaigns and reporting. So this week’s PPCChat session sought professionals’ views regarding this outage, how were they impacted, what is their biggest challenge when it comes to diversification in PPC planning and strategy, and more…. Read more »

PPCChat | Google Ads And Their Latest Announcements | 28th September 2021

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Google has made two announcements lately. The first one is about Keyword Matching & the second one is regarding all ad accounts being migrated to data-driven attribution (DDA). This week’s PPCChat discussion was based on these two announcements. PPCers expressed their reactions to these two announcements, do these announcements change their thinking about attribution for… Read more »