Pay-Per-Click Ads: Live Review

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Date: August 20th, 2018
Time: 2pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Pay-Per-Click Ads
Presenter: Heather Robson

When writing a Pay-Per-Click ad, you’re trying to answer a question or solve a problem for someone who has just entered a key phrase into a search engine or for someone who matches your target audience on a social media platform.

Your ad must be short. It must be eye-catching. And it must signal to the searcher that you understand what they’re looking for and can help them.

This last month, the Wealthy Web Writer practice assignment was to create three Pay-Per-Click ads for a service geared toward personal and professional coaches. And now, whether you submitted an ad or not, you can join us for a live a review of some of those ads, to see what works well and what things to keep in mind when writing your own ads.

You can see the full details of that assignment here.

During this event, Managing Editor, Heather Robson review selected PPC submissions. She’ll go carefully through each, exploring how they deliver on the criteria in the assignment brief, noting what is working well, and making suggestions for improvement.

Join us to get deep insights into writing stronger Pay-Per-Click ads.

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