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Everyone knows there is a lot of work that goes into creating a profitable pay per click ad campaign. Let’s break down just a few of the things you need to get started.

  • Creating an Effective Business ModelA product or affiliate offer to promote
  • Quality landing pages
  • Selection of keywords
  • Conversion tracking
  • Budget management

With so many different and important tasks needed just to get your ad campaign started, how many times have you wished you had a partner or concierge to help you along the way. If you are creating multiple ad campaigns on a weekly or monthly basis, just think about how much time is wasted on the basic and easy process of setting up your ad campaigns in the beginning phases.

Here’s the big problem with outsourcing the important yet time consuming tasks of setting up a ppc ad campaign.

  1. Relying on a random person to get the project done on time
  2. Sorting through micro job sites and resume to find quality workers
  3. Finding anyone with a trusted track record who knows what they are doing

Concierge by CoolHandleConcierge by CoolHandle is a new service that is striving to become the all in one solution for affiliate marketers to not only get work done at a quality and cost effective rate, but also to allow online marketers focus on the tasks that matter most and outsource the rest. They have services such as creative services, technology integration, online software installers, merchant services, customer service, tuned hosting, colocation, and much more… basically a one-stop concierge service for affiliate and internet marketers.

Before starting your next ad campaign think about how much easier it would be if you had all of your landing pages and ad copy designed for you and just waiting for you to send traffic to them. After some initial results you can get back to the Concierge team and tell them to come up with some new ad copy and landing pages for split testing.

Designing ad copy and landing pages takes time, when you should be focusing your efforts on conversions and keyword traffic and pricing.

That is where Concierge by CoolHandle comes in…

Ryan Morris, the Marketing Director over at CoolHandle Web Hosting had the following to say about the launch of their new service.

We actually ARE a hosting company.  However, we have been offering most of these services for a while, but never really marketed them.  Concierge by CoolHandle is our way of showing off the many talents we have been offering our partners for quite some time.  On our new Concierge site, we have testimonials from of our partners.

The benefits of working with Concierge is that they have been in the hosting business for many years now and have thousands of customers. The idea to create Concierge was based on their never ending supply of requests from their hosting customers to recommend quality design and management solutions. Instead of recommending outside resources, CoolHandle finally decided to pull all of their resources together and create the ultimate Concierge package for online marketers to outsource their needs to a reliable company who has experience in the world of online marketing.

Whether you are looking for copy writing, creative and design services or advanced technology management such as hosting or software installers, the Concierge team is currently taking on new partners and clients to work with. Visit their site at http://concierge.coolhandle.com/.

Zac Johnson is a online marketer with 15 years of experience and also a blogger at BloggingTips.com and ZacJohnson.com, as well as the author of Blogging Tips: Confessions of a Six Figure Blogger on Amazon.com.

Share your comment 2 responsesTO Outsourcing PPC Management with Concierge by CoolHandle.
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    on 2 Feb 13 at 15:31 pm

    Don’t trust CoolHandle with your PPC campaign or your copywriting needs. No one in the office is knowledgeable in either. They WILL just outsource it to a third party.

    • Reply
      on 3 Feb 13 at 10:22 am

      Would love to hear more, we’ve only good things to say about them.

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