Discussion on Keyword Strategy for SEO & PPC AdWords By: Ranjan Jena | eMarket Education

Discussion on Keyword Strategy for SEO & PPC AdWords By: Ranjan Jena |  eMarket Education

Learn, how to organize, include & target your keywords for SEO ranking or PPC AdWords campaign.
Learn the SEO & PPC difference w.r.t to your keyword strategy in details from Ranjan Jena, CEO & Founder eMarket Education.

Why PPC Ads are short & SEO Ads are long with characters?

Why many of the search engines are not able to compete with the top search engines including Google, Bing, Yahoo, AOL …?

Also learn grouping PPC Keywords strategically.

Know Google Trends, Google Global Market Finder, Google Forms, Google Doc, Google Sheets; are all important Google products that can be used for Digital Marketing support.

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