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Wow didn't even know you had a course let me know when you're open again.
I will let people know in this thread when the course videos have been redone.Wow didn't even know you had a course let me know when you're open again.
How do I sign up for the free trial and what's your facebook group?I will let people know in this thread when the course videos have been redone.
Don’t hold your breath though. Doing a whole video course is hard work and takes a lot of commitment. It’s “on the long finger” at the moment (an Irish phrase I’m fond of).
In the meantime I’m setting up a paid email newsletter because I can drop wee hints, tips, and long rambles all day every day - because I’m at the coalface as a doer.
I’m not in the course creation business. For me, content is a byproduct of the work I do, and of responding to people in forums, Facebook groups, emails, calls, and conversing with clients and prospects.
If I can leave breadcrumbs behind as I’m moving forward then great. Even better if I can turn that into a scalable revenue stream.
If you signup for the free trial of the course then you’ll end up on my Mailchimp list that I (ahem) only setup last week and only mailed for the first time yesterday.
People on that list will hear first what I’m up to and when I release the course again, and release other stuff. (All you email marketers will be facepalming at that. Haha.)
Awesome! I’m so pleased you’ve got your own campaigns running and are getting traction.I purchased Andy's course about a week ago and just wanted to leave a review for anyone interested. At the time of enrollment I was a completely illiterate in AdWords. It took me about half a day to go through the training material. By the next day I started my first campaign and tested the different approaches outlined in the course throughout the week until I found what seems to work for my case.
As others have said before, the course is direct and practical; no fluff and meant to get your hands in the game fast. All of the fundamentals to efficiently and effectively test and launch your campaign are taught. The account audits in the course are also invaluable. Great stuff from one of the best.
Not to rush you or anything, But when do you think the new videos will be finished uploading? I plan to sign up thenAwesome! I’m so pleased you’ve got your own campaigns running and are getting traction.
So you managed, and with a mixture of videos for the old interface and the new interface? That’s good to know while I’m still updating the videos.
Thanks for the review!
Not to rush you or anything, But when do you think the new videos will be finished uploading? I plan to sign up then
Thanks for asking.Hi Andy,
Has the course videos been updated already?
I’ll answer this directly and then mention other paths you can take with the skills from the course:What’s the earning potential of your business model. If I wanted to offer the same service you are offering - (if I understand it correctly), running Google Ads for local businesses in various towns and cities, what do you charge your customers monthly, on average, and how much do your expenses run?
Now that I’ve discovered Loom I’m flying through this! I redid about 6 of the videos last night and found it fun.Please note that I need to redo the videos for the new Google Ads interface.
I was going to buy this weekend. Don't have time before then to seriously dig in. But I couldn't pass on the chance of being the 100th buyer!Oh wow. The next person to buy will be the 100th. I’m humbled.
To celebrate, anyone who buys the course before midnight Sunday 27-Oct-19 can have a free call with me.
Blimey. 100 sales!I was going to buy this weekend. Don't have time before then to seriously dig in. But I couldn't pass on the chance of being the 100th buyer!
I will take you up on that call sometime later when I have implemented enough and have some specific questions.
What do you mean by “generate leads for your eCommerce business”? Do you mean generate form fill enquiries or phone calls, as well as make sales from the website?Hi Andy,
awesome that you have redone the course. I want to generate leads for an (my) ecommerce business. You said the course is not specifically targeted at ecommerce optimization. Does this still hold true?
You call the course "jumpstart". If I have a bit of knowlegde about Adwords and want to generate more leads for an ecommerce business could your course be the starting point? What to do next or more specifically could you point me to some source which is more specified regarding google ads and ecommerce? Or do you say (like it usually is) "execution over information consumption"? So maximizing what I learned in your course instead of more learning?! I'm asking this specifically bc the internet is such a crowded place and gaining traction in a new channel can get really hard really fast - my experience is that more knowlegde is often the answer - because then you are able to find ways around the wide mass (who is driving up prices etc.). Shoot me a PM if necessary.
Thank you in advance and best regards from Germany
Thank you Andy for your answer.What do you mean by “generate leads for your eCommerce business”? Do you mean generate form fill enquiries or phone calls, as well as make sales from the website?
We have a new client at the moment selling office supplies. We’re using the paid search campaigns to generate sales and trying to generate leads too. This is before we create any Google Shopping Ads. The principles are the same: get the keywords nice and tight, have a relevant ad, and send people to a page that offers what they’re looking for.
Google Shopping is different than standard paid search ads. You don’t load keywords. Instead, Google looks at the title and description of your product and tries to show your ad when it thinks someone’s search term indicates they’re looking for your product. It’s a bit like SEO meets paid search. They can be very effective. It’s just that I prefer to upload thousands of keywords and have tighter control of what I do and don’t show ads for.Thank you Andy for your answer.
So as I see it as google shopping and ads work with the same principles you say the principles are universal for both? My goal is generating sales and form inputs with contact data, yes.
Best regards and thank you
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