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Episode #116 – Google PPC For Real Estate Investors: Pros and Cons of Google Ads

With a massive web of clicks and deals, you’ve probably noticed more people are selling their homes online nowadays.

While many investors get swallowed by the screen, you don’t have to. Closing deals isn’t about how much time you work online, it’s about which systems actually do the work for you.

In this episode, you’ll hear exactly why Google PPC should be working for you.

Show highlights include:

  • How Google PPC outruns all of your competitors – even if you’re just starting out. ([4:27])
  • How online data quickly paves the road to high-quality leads at lower budgets.  ([7:04])
  • Why building trust on your website becomes one of the biggest obstacles to overcome. ([16:09])
  • Four reasons why Google PPC puts you back in the driver’s seat of enjoying life and away from the screen. ([10:41])

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