Good morning, Marketers. Love it or hate it, PPC isn’t going anywhere. 

At least not for a while. As PPC experts, we get to deal with everything from new platforms, added features, disappearing metrics (we’re looking at you, Facebook), angry clients, privacy issues and baffled relatives who ask “what do you do, again?” 

But we want to hear it directly from you. The ones on the frontline working at agencies, in-house, or as freelancers. What is your least favorite thing about PPC – and why? The more brutally honest, the better! Please note: we may include your answer in our writeup.

Take the poll here.

Nicole Farley,
Editor

What is your least favorite part of PPC? [POLL]

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