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Written by Caroline Cox on Jan 22 , 2020

Missed our live webinar? Or simply want to revisit?

Financial Services Marketing: 14 Proven Ways to Drive Revenue with PPC

This webinar covers 14 proven ways financial services companies can drive revenue with pay-per-click (PPC) marketing.

Steve Dang, HawkSEM’s Director of Digital Marketing and Strategy, walks us through his top tips for anyone in the financial services sector to drive maximum impact through PPC marketing in 2020 and beyond.

This webinar dives deep into recommendations like:

  • Increase engagement with a variety of content 
  • Start PPC slowly — and expect high costs per click
  • Focus on highly granular targeting

Steve provides actionable advice with tactical takeaways. Leave this webinar smiling — with a solid to-do list for you and your team.

Full webinar recording:

Caroline Cox

Caroline Cox

Caroline is HawkSEM's content marketing manager. She uses her more than 10 years of professional writing and editing experience to create SEO-friendly articles, educational thought leadership pieces, and savvy social media content to help market leaders create successful digital marketing strategies. She's a fan of seltzer water, print magazines, and huskies.

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