Those penurious pieces of poop – See, adwords was more than sufficient and incredibly WAY MORE AFFORDABLE and WAY MORE EASY TO USE. So, …. Should have seen this coming from a mile away. This does ABSOLUTELY nothing to help the “little guy” mom and pop, freelance or startup and has everything to do with the fact that a novice – even I, have trouble wading through the hidden junk in Google Ads so they ensure you get more hits (ca-ching your wallet) without click throughs and action. I truly hate them. They have us up against a wall and know it.
BE SURE TO USE A PRE-PAID CARD WHENEVER TAKING ADS OUT ON F-Book, Google, Twitter, Instagram, YELP! Hold on to your pocket book tightly! You’ll be taken for a ride faster than Vegas strips you of savings! Be warned. Be very afraid. The house always wins!!!
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