Starting at PPC 02 Feb 2012

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Getting started at PPC isn’t the easiest thing to do in the world.  It takes time and patience.  It’s one of those things that you have to put more then 20 minutes to be able to be good at.  It’s said that a person that spends 30 days doing the same thing over and over and over will develop a habit.  This is why most fad diets fail, because people aren’t willing to put in the 30 days to develop a habit.

Much like this PPC takes consistency. You have to be willing to learn, learn, learn to manage your Pay Per Click account.  If you are just learning and putting down your skills you will fail.  One thing about PPC that most people don’t understand is that it’s not a hit it and leave it scenario.  You can’t just set up an account and leave it.  You have to be consistently going in there and working it.

Starting at PPC is simple, put in the time necessary to make it work.  I would personally say that if you put in 40-80 hours you will have a grasp at the basics of PPC.  You will know how to setup, run, and maintain a PPC campaign.

Here are are few tips and tricks that you can use to further your education.

By knowing all of the above you will round yourself off as a PPC Expert.  I personally think that mobile PPC is going to dominate the PPC landscape in the next 3 years.  For this reason I have been focusing on developing more mobile techniques that will help me round off my skills.

Follow the articles above, read them and ponder them.  They will help you to better understand PPC and how it can help grow your online marketing business.  Yes, we even manage to help our food processing degreasers client!

 

John Rampton is a PPC Entrepreneur, Author, Founder at Due a finance company helping small business owners. Follow me on Twitter @johnrampton

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