I live in Sheffield, Yorkshire. People round here have a ‘say it how it is’ perspective on life. Things they might say about Google Ads include:
“Ten pounds a click? ‘Ow much? Thieving bastards…”
“It were proper expensive that pal…”
“It tha’s running Google Ads, tha’s bloody daft…”
“I phoned Google earlier and spoke to some reyt sillyarse…”
“How the bloody hell d’you make this work?”
“Keeping the missus in rags, this adwords thing…”
“There won’t be no holiday this year, after that Google bill…”
If you ever find yourself uttering the semblance of these things, you might like to know that I’m holding a three-day Google Ads workshop, in Sheffield in May.
The workshop is called Pie, Peas and Google Ads, and it’s 8th, 9th and 10th May. Two days of training, and a third day blocked off for implementation before you return to work. You’ll leave with a working Google Ads account, not a headache and reams of confused notes.
The promise is that if you show up and put in the work, you’ll more than cover your investment in the training, in ad savings or increased profitability. Otherwise I’ll work with you personally after the event until you do.
(This is the only Google Ads training you’ll find where the trainer has a real vested interest in your short-term success…)
Plus if you’re fast there’s a handful of early bird places available.
It’s worth a read even if you definitely can’t come.