Williamsville, NY May 2013– Google Adwords offers IT Managed Service Providers (MSPs) a wealth of new business opportunities, and for many, generates serious recurring revenues. However, for the many who have found success, others have spent thousands of dollars on Adwords with no results. These MSPs must learn how to use Google Adwords effectively.
Ulistic is offering affordable Google Adwords Training for MSPs just in time for the Q3 and Q4 push.
MSPs can join Ulistic on August 23, 2013 in Chicago, IL for a full day of Google Adwords training for only $199. Other trainers offer Adwords training for upwards of $5,000. So this is an opportunity that many MSPs will surely take advantage of.
“Ulistic works to ensure managed service providers achieve stratospheric success; unlike others, we share our knowledge at affordable rates,” states Ulistic founder and former managed service provider, Stuart Crawford. “During the Google Adwords Training in Chicago, we’ll be sharing our over ten years of experience and knowledge advertising with Google and other PPC platforms.”
Managed Service Providers will learn how to:
- Manage campaigns and ad groups.
- Select keywords and avoid negative keywords.
- Use site links and other Google Adwords services.
- Structure ads to maximize clicks and conversions.
- Structure landing pages.
- Measure success, and more.
MSPs can register for the Ulistic Google Adwords training in Chicago on August 23rd for $199.00 at: https://www.ulistic.com/chicago-adwords
Managed Service Providers continuously look for new ways to attract new leads and win new business opportunities. Ulistic specializes in helping MSPs through a wide range of marketing services and education.
To learn more about Ulistic’s range of MSP Services—visit https://www.ulistic.com or call 716.799.1999 ext 102.
Stuart Crawford serves as Creative Director and CEO with Sebring, FL Ulistic, a specialty MSP Marketing firm focused on information technology marketing and business development. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience pertaining to how technology business owners and IT firms can use marketing as a vehicle to obtain success.