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When it comes to purchase intent targeting strategy, pay per click advertising is the way to go. However, smaller businesses will often struggle with this model, losing dollars without remarkable results. The first step in determining the effectiveness of your campaign is to enable conversion tracking (Forbes 2018). While automatic bidding saves a lot of time, manual bidding gives you control on all levels to allocate your budget towards strategies...

[mkdf_list_ordered]Make sure all team members can be locked in should the urgent requests arrive Buy love: send gifts to the clients to be on their good terms. If your team needs an extension on an RFP response, then make sure to shell out big time. Buy a coffee drip (it’s essential that caffeine flows straight through your veins) Keep ad ops team in an office lockdown until Q1. Important:...

Over the course of years in the online advertising industry, I was fortunate enough to work with some amazing mentors who groomed me for success. Here are some things I learned. Sales planners are cheerful and social. Why? Because they are connecting multiple teams and coordinating between them. Their hand anatomy has evolved in a way so it handles typing over 50 words per second on average, which has proven to...

[mkdf_list_ordered]They throw a fit and tell everyone how their ad campaign is about to under-deliver. “The worst has happened. The world will end. The FroYo Fruit Salad Cyber Monday Special ad campaign is about to under-deliver.” They cry to AdOps on Skype and demand that ALL the other campaigns be paused because “their” campaign is about to under-deliver. Then they send their client a super charming note asking for...

It’s Friday, the day when absolutely all the client campaigns go live. I’m patiently waiting on the Ad Ops team to confirm the launch, I want to ping them so badly but I can’t be like that annoying kid “Are we there yet, are we there yet”. So while I do have my Skype message to AdOps fully typed up and ready to go, I use my index finger to...

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