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Google JumpFly Training March 10, 2015 – JumpFly’s Google Agency Development Manager, Yoshiko Ono, as well as Google Agency Account Strategist, Sofia Altuna, flew into Chicagoland to meet with JumpFly. These valued Google representatives led a group seminar covering betas in development as well as individual training workshops reviewing best practices for various AdWords products. Sofia carefully analyzed JumpFly client accounts and provided feedback & suggestions to help maximize results, while Yoshiko spent time with JumpFly management to analyze potential collaboration opportunities and possible areas for growth.
To get things started, Sofia delivered a presentation about current and future Google AdWords beta opportunities. As new betas continues to roll out, presentations like Sofia’s are increasingly valuable to assure that JumpFly clients are able to participate in and maximize the results from new opportunities as they become available. JumpFly clients often benefit from getting involved with new opportunities early when there is little competition and high ROI. Each new beta also has unique challenges and functionality associated with them, so getting guidance and support from Google is of critical importance.
Upon completing the beta workshop, Sofia reviewed recent product enhancements and best practices for success with them. The AdWords interface continues to evolve and JumpFly’s Google Representatives are always there to help JumpFly and its clients remain one step ahead of the curve. Following her group presentations, Sofia worked with individual teams for 30-minute sessions, reviewing specific accounts and exploring potential opportunities within them.
While Sofia was working with the JumpFly team, Yoshiko had a high-level discussion regarding agency lifecycle research and how it relates to JumpFly. Yoshiko also ran a conference call to review results from a Google Partner Beta that JumpFly recently participated in; JumpFly is cooperating with Google to help provide a more advanced Google Partner Designation system to better help advertisers discriminate between and identify potential agency partners. Yoshiko also identified new potential initiatives and collaborations that could help promote JumpFly’s success stories and also reviewed additional opportunities for growth and efficiencies.
“We are incredibly fortunate to have access to such an incredible talent pool from Google,” said JumpFly Founding Partner, Brad Garlin. “Both Yoshiko and Sofia provide a level of service above and beyond what we could ever hope for. The bottom line is that workshops like these lead to better results for our clients. Time spent with our Google reps is always time well spent.” JumpFly has had a close relationship with Google ever since the AdWords program launched and this relationship continues to develop and grow. Google visits JumpFly’s offices four to six times per year and various JumpFly team members spend time at Google’s offices. “Google and JumpFly have the same common interest in seeing AdWords advertisers succeed, so working on client success together makes sense… and works,” added Garlin.
JumpFly professionally develops, implements and manages Google AdWords and Bing Ads pay-per-click advertising accounts, enabling clients to maximize Internet advertising results while saving time and money. Proper setup and management of these powerful programs will likely make the difference between an advertiser’s success or failure. JumpFly’s full-service solution enables clients to focus on their core business while attaining the best possible results from their search engine marketing campaigns. JumpFly is a Google AdWords Certified Partner and Bing Ads Accredited Professional. JumpFly assists more than 400 clients, offers a money-back-guarantee, ranks as the #1 PPC Management Company by TopSEOs and has an A+ rating from the BBB.