Should I pay my PPC hourly or by project?

Should I pay my PPC hourly or by project?

This article was first published in displayadsdeepdive.com For the last couple of months, we’ve been going on and on about the different possibilities you had whenever facing the situation of having to hire a PPC, and the many aspects to consider before going ahead and doing it. We’ve already dived […]

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Should I hire a PPC that’s also a graphic designer?

Should I hire a PPC that’s also a graphic designer?

This article was first published in displayadsdeepdive.com So last week we dove into whether or not we should hire a PPC that’s also a writer, and we figured that it was a great qualification to have in our employee. So to keep up that same storyline, today we’ll be discussing […]

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Should I hire a PPC that’s also a writer?

Should I hire a PPC that’s also a writer?

This article was first published in displayadsdeepdive.com Looking for the perfect PPC is hard, and even more when you need a very specific type of person. Let’s face it, people aren’t perfect, and if we happened to actually find the perfect PPC (and I know a certain website that can […]

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How important is it that your PPC is a team player?

How important is it that your PPC is a team player?

This article was first published to displayadsdeepdive.com Whenever we are thinking of hiring a PPC, there’s always a lot of things to consider, and a very important one is how well our PPC fits with our companies. But today we are going to dig even deeper on this subject, and […]

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Should you hire a PPC through a performance model?

Should you hire a PPC through a performance model?

This article was first published in displayadsdeepdive.com   For a while now we’ve been discussing the many aspects to consider before hiring a PPC, and the paths to go down whenever figuring out which will be the perfect employee for us, and even how to find it. All of these […]

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