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Where to find a good PPC guide?
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Where to find a good PPC guide without hiring a PPC Manager?
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You can ask around but its hard without spending any money.
"IF YOU CAN'T MAKE IT, FAKE IT"
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#3
Find some PPC experts first. Follow their work, make contact with them, grow a relationship. And then ask for their help.
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Good paid mentorship programs are available but as I said they are paid not free.
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You can check this article - <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="https://www.searchenginejournal.com/making-the-best-of-ppc-basics/45561/">https://www.searchenginejournal.com/mak ... ics/45561/</a><!-- m -->

Hope it helps!
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Daniel@30 Wrote:You can get a tutorial over the internet. There are multiple related blogs available on the internet. Smile

OP has asked for a tutor not a book or tutorial.
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I am willing to follow any marketer. But don't know how to find them.
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