My new PPC course is all finished… let me know what you think!
The video below is the introductory module – there are several others, but this one alone should give you plenty to think about unless you’re already a real Adwords expert.
If you’ve been around for a while, you probably know how long I’ve been preaching and teaching about the power of paid search, but this is my first new pay per click training program in over 3 years… just in time for you to take advantage of some recent pro-advertiser changes at Google and elsewhere.
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SEO is great – but what are you doing while you wait for the results?
Even if you are on top of your SEO game, it can take 2-3 months, at least, before you start to taste serious traffic in any reasonably competitive market.
SEO doesn’t have to take “forever,” of course. A friend of ours planted a brand new site on page one for the keyword “lawyers” in about 3 months – so don’t let anybody tell you about some stupid “sandbox theory.”
But still – 3 months, that’s kind of a long time. Sure, there are plenty of things you can do in the meantime to generate some traffic, but you don’t have to wait around to start getting traffic (and making money) from the search engines.
Case In Point? Sure…
One of our SEO Braintrust mastermind students recently launched a new eCommerce store, and he’s already turning a profit – while he’s still climbing the ladder with SEO.
It’s not magic, of course – it’s the power of pay-per-click search advertising, which allows you to tap into a stream of willing buyers, from day one.
Not coincidentally, he’s also one of the first students to participate in and complete this course, which is one of the core components of the SEO Braintrust training program.
I know that this training has been effective for the students in our little mastermind group, but I’d also like to hear from you.
So, please – watch the video, and tell me what you think!
If you could just take a minute and leave your comments below, I’d really appreciate it. Here are some conversation starters if you don’t know what to say…
- Did the video crack your cranium – too advanced or just right?
- What’s your biggest problem or question about pay-per-click?
- If you’re not using PPC now, what would it take to get you to give it a try?
In honor of the iPad and how much that rocks, I’m now using HTML5 video to support “all” video-capable browsers – hello, iPad!
P.S. Dear Video Haters: I didn’t ask “do you hate video?” because we also release our training modules in a printable, readable, PDF format… so if you prefer, you can download the printable PDF of this module.