247: Google Ads Strategies For Beginners
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Time to take a step back. Let’s talk about some Google Ads strategies for beginners that work great and are very effective. The guys go through some beginner-level Google Ads concepts that still help them to this day. And they cover some examples in specific industries. Thanks for listening and enjoy the episode.

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