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138 | Marketing Your Business Through Ads | Getting Organic Traffic From Google Ads | Pamela Wagner

Season 1, Ep. 138

Manuj Aggarwal and Pamela Wagner converse about how businesses can grow through the use of Google Ads and other marketing automation tools.

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 In this episode, we will learn about:

· Getting to use Google Ads

· Typical mistakes entrepreneurs do when using Google Ads

· Types of campaigns used by Google Ads

· Importance of SEO

· Using page insight tools

· Ad campaigns in the different social networking platform

· Other Marketing Automation Tools


About Pamela Wagner


·    Education: Pamela Wagner holds a Bachelor of Science from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration. She holds a Master in International Business from Hult International Business School and a Master in Psychology from Harvard Extension School.

·    Experience: She is the Founder and CEO of Ajala Digital. Before founding her company in early 2016, she worked at Google and in several other industries. Her company is a Google Partner, and she has helped 2000+ advertisers grow their businesses through custom online advertising strategies.

·    Accomplishments: Pamela skydived at age 21 and climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro at age 22.

·    Fun Facts: Pamela speaks English, Spanish, French, Russian, and Mandarin besides her native language: German.


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