Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 11, 2013
Digital Marketer’s most recent video has been published by video strategist Joel Owens and covers the use of Google AdWords by online businesses. The entire process is explained by Owens, who takes viewers through the steps needed to get set up with an account.
Owens said that the tool “assists you in getting your product or your brand name out in front of as many people as possible… With Google AdWords, you can do that for a fraction of the cost that you can do it [by] paying a marketing company.”
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