Updated: Apr 26
Today we're led again by the very consistent and amazing Julie Bacchini, as we discuss, PPC highs and lows, that our experts have had and we've had some very interesting ones. This was a very interesting conversation that I was happy to be a part of, even though it was multitasking, feeding my, my niece at that time.
It was really nice to see some of the answers that came in my favorite is when we go to. For where we discuss some of our, biggest mistakes that we've had. Like literally you need to, at least, even if you don't have time to listen to the whole, this whole episode, wait until you get to that questions and answers and hear some of the mistakes that some of us have made and how we've survived and kept going, despite it all. So that's, I feel that's the true Testament of resilience and, knowing your worth. It's not me. It doesn't mean you're never going to make mistakes. It's just about how. Pick yourself up and dust yourself up and learn and on how to never do it again.
So , some very interesting questions, very interesting answers. And I really hope you enjoy the show.
Listen to the latest podcast episode on various PPC Highs and Lows:
The questions covered are:
Q1 What is one of the biggest wins or successes you’ve had in your PPC career? What did you learn from it?
Q2 What is something that ended up being successful that you were not sure would work? What did you learn from it?
Q3 Do you have a favourite “go to” on any particular platform if you need to show success or moving in a positive direction? Basically a strategy or tactic that almost never fails you?
Q4 What is one of the biggest mistakes or “fails” you’ve had in your PPC career? What did you learn from it?
Q5 What is something that ended up being unsuccessful that you thought for sure would work? What did you learn from it?
Q6 Is there a strategy or tactic that you’ve had enough bad experiences with that you essentially never do or recommend it?
Q7 Is there a strategy or tactic that you really want to try but are nervous about? What makes you nervous about it? What would make you try it?
Ps. Apologies for some background noise on this episode - my brother doesn't understand the concept of podcast recording "studio". :D
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