Google launches site for agencies
Dubai, May 6, 2010
Google has launched Google for Agencies in Mena to help guide interactive marketing, creative, web design, media and advertising agencies and SMB companies in building up effective online campaigns through its various product tools and services.
The website is an interactive tutorial designed to raise awareness on the number of Google products and services that companies can use to reach out to a greater audience. Tool kits available on the sites promote tools, such as Adwords, that can help build successful search and display advertising campaigns that are both creative and cost-effective, said a statement.
Firms can sign up at www.google.ae/agencies2010. Once registered, members will be eligible to benefit from various training materials, online educational sessions, and coupons that will be available at later stages after joining the program.
Users can already start exploring some of the following sample training materials to better acquaint themselves with Google products. This includes:
• Optimizing performance, and uncovering market insights by visiting Google Agency toolkit Site.
• Knowing more on how Google can accelerate businesses.
• Accessing AdWords Online Classroom to learn the basics into taking business and campaigns to the next level.
• Checking out AdWords Optimization short video series for quick and easy tips to make the most of AdWords advertising.
Knowledge of the Google products can provide a greater opportunity for agencies to provide 360 online solutions for SMBs clients, while companies can use the site for the proper guidance and support in launching online campaigns by using Google tools, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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