So today we're led by the awesome Julie Bacchini taking us on a very interesting topic. Pretty much spun out of, Amalia Fowler mentioning the fact that she does not like pizzas. So we decided to have topic on, controversial unpopular takes on PPC and non PPC thoughts. And we looked at platforms as a whole, but not just that, but different tactics within mainly like paid search, but also paid social.
The questions covered are:
Q1 What is your most controversial or unpopular take on paid search?
Q2 What is your most controversial or unpopular take on paid social?
Q3 What is your most controversial or unpopular take on any aspect of PPC (automation, attribution, reporting, privacy, etc.)?
Q4 What is a popular take on some aspect of PPC that you wish would never be spoken of again? Why?
Q5 What is your secret PPC conspiracy theory?
Q6 Do you have a controversial or unpopular or unusual take on a topic outside of PPC that you’d like to share?
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