Get a better ROI - Why AdWords must form part of your marketing budget [INFOGRAPHIC]

We borrowed this fantastic infographic from SMBclix which shows why unless you have an unlimited budget (who has!?) then AdWords simply has to form part of your marketing strategy.

We loved it, but then we are a little bias.

Get A Better ROI From Your Marketing Budget With Google Adwords - Infographic

Gerard McHugh Posted by Gerard McHugh

Gerard McHugh - PPC Expert based in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire UK

Gerard has spent over 15 years working on Pay Per Click campaigns for companies operating in the UK, Europe and USA. He is Google Ads Certified in Search, Display and Shopping and a Microsoft Certified Professional

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