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Google Ads Workshop – Common Pitfalls and How to Stop Wasting Money
So who’s running Google Ads?
Probably a lot of you. Either regular Google ads, or shopping ads for your store.
Who thinks they are paying too much?
Who thinks Google is taking us for a ride?
Most of us I’d say, me included.
There can’t be a worse feeling than throwing money away. $500/$900/2k on ads a month… for what? For some clicks that don’t convert, or for some questionable leads.
You’re not alone. Most small businesses who jump into it are in the dark and at the mercy of the MACHINE. They don’t really know what is going on under the hood and how to properly manage it.
The curse of Google Ads is that while the system has the potential to be amazing, the settings out of the box are not going to help you achieve desired results. The system is not going to tell you when you are poorly spending your budget.
In this workshop you’ll learn:
✅ Campaign settings – what to turn on and off
✅ Changes in the last 6 months (there has been a lot)
✅ Google Ads becoming more automated
✅ Conversions – are you tracking the right things?
✅ Getting the most out of search ads campaigns
✅ Smart Campaigns
✅ Shopping Campaigns
Our complete negative keywords list &
Our Google Ads setup checklist.
Monalo Media has been a growing full-service Digital Marketing Agency for the past 3 years. Our team consists of high-skilled marketing professionals, as well as trusted collaboration partners, in the areas of SEO, PPC, Content Strategy, Web Design, Google Analytics, CRMs, and Marketing Systems.
Everything that we do here at Monalo Media is to bring focus back to what’s important.. customer acquisition. We will help you find your marketing system so that you can have a steady flow of new prospects.
Our methodology includes a strategy-first approach, which helps us deliver both short term immediate ROI, but also long term organic growth. Businesses need both, more customers today and organic growth over time. Our goal is to help 1000 businesses use their marketing function to grow and dominate in their respective markets.