If you haven’t done so already, please download the FREE PPC MP3 with Bryan Todd, co-author of the Ultimate Guide to Google Adwords here:
FREE MP3: Fundamental Adwords Assumptions Most Get Wrong,
Even, (And Perhaps Especially) After Years Of PPC Experience:
Bryan is the co-author of the “Definitive Guide to Google Adwords” and, by Perry Marshall’s own admission, he’s “a little better” at the ppc game than Perry himself.
The interview is particularly important for people who are trying to make it in Adwords, because it’s very easy to make FAULTY
ASSUMPTIONS, especially in competitive markets.
Download or Listen to the FREE Bryan Todd MP3 here:
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Bryan’s looked carefully at literally hundreds of student’s Adwords accounts during his years as a consultant, coach, and right hand man to Perry Marshall, …
So the question I asked Bryan, over and over in many different ways during the interview was … “What REALLY distinguishes people who
‘make it’ in PPC vs. people who flop and flounder”
His answer really surprised me because it had NOTHING to do with any technical skills or marketing genius.
In fact, Bryan said that the majority of people he coaches have very little trouble ‘getting’ the basic technical aspects right.
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Adwords Success MP3
Instead, he said what really distinguishes people who win the Google game is their ability to seriously question 10 fundamental assumptions most people make about their market … things most people never think to ask themselves.
I have to tell you that the interview was so powerful for me personally (even after 5 years of running ultra successful campaigns), that I pushed out the launch date for this very project (the one you’re reading right now) while I asked myself these very
Anyway, … get this one now and have a listen while you’re feeling open minded about it.
I think it’ll be PARTICULARLY important for you. (Even if you’ve heard some of these things before)
FREE MP3: Fundamental Adwords Assumptions Most Get Wrong
All my best,