Oneupweb : New to Paid Search?

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I’ve had a lot of “firsts” lately. I’m new to Oneupweb, digital marketing and blogging. In fact this is my first blog ever! I came in bright-eyed and bushy-tailed to learn all about my new career as a PPC Client Success Specialist, knowing it was going to be a drastic change from my outside sales job in the wine and spirits industry (yes, I had free samples). Boy, I had no idea there was so much to learn. How do we start helping clients? How do we evolve and grow existing clients? Why do businesses invest in paid search?

Are you new to paid search?
Needless to say, I was overwhelmed trying to take it all in at first. But over the course of several weeks and with the help of a VERY patient trainer, it all started to stick and really make sense how important paid search is to a business. What I am most impressed by is how an organized and well thought out strategy can really impact a client’s business. Think no one clicks on those “sponsored links” on a search engine results page (or SERP to us industry insiders)? Think again! They do…a lot.

Do you have a paid search campaign for your business? Are you trying to manage it yourself? Either way, you need to call us! We can get you up and running in no time. Why hire us? Because we have the skills and passion to help you create a successful PPC campaign. And besides it’s one less thing for you to worry about in your already busy day.

The truth is not everyone can be good at everything. You hear a lot of people claim to be “jack-of-all-trades”, but that usually just translates into someone who is okay at a lot of things and not really great at any of them. Would you want that person building your house? No. Neither would I. At Oneupweb, one of our specialties is paid search. We are a full service digital marketing agency packed with experts to help put the whole “house” together the right way. To learn more about our services and to request a proposal, visit us here.

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