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9 Tips To Stretch a Small PPC Budget

9 Tips To Stretch a Small PPC Budget

Paid search can be particularly challenging when you’re working on a campaign with a limited budget. Although the popular perception is that you need a larger PPC budget to succeed, we’ve seen that running a smaller, tightly-controlled campaign of even $100 per day can sometime yield better results, especially if you’re in a market with limited demand.

There are a few small tweaks to your bidding strategy which can make all the difference both budget and success wise. If you are limited to only $25 - $150 per day, here are some ways in which you can maximize your PPC campaign.

 

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