PPC Ian’s Free eBook – Top 5 SEM Career Tips

Oct. 27

Ian Lopuch (PPC Ian)Dear PPC Ian Visitor,
I am about to share with you my secret pay per click career strategy. This is the very strategy which propelled me from Marketing Associate at a startup to Director of Search Marketing at a large public company, only five short years after graduating Stanford. By simply entering your first name and email address, you will receive:

  • My free 6-page eBook
  • Secrets which recently landed a PPC Ian reader 4 job offers
  • The eBook that John Chow calls a real gem
  • My exclusive newsletter offering pay per click career tips not available anywhere else
  • NEW My exclusive 2 hour long PPC and SEO PowerPoint presentation that I presented at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business

What’s In PPC Ian’s eBook

SMX West 2010

There are many great sites out there highlighting strategies and tips to manage and grow your pay per click campaigns. Many of these sites do a great job. However, I discovered that there is very little information out there about establishing a career in SEM. After realizing this, my idea was born! I decided to launch PPC Ian to focus primarily on careers in SEM, while supplementing my career advice with tactical tips when it makes sense.

My eBook focuses on my top 5 strategies for growing your career successfully in PPC. Excitingly, a PPC Ian reader applied these strategies and received 4 job opportunities within weeks. In short, my eBook will fuel your online marketing career to the next level. Want to get promoted? Want to earn more money? I’ll show you how! It’s easy and free!

But Don’t Just Take My Word For It…

PPC eBook Preview

Haven’t downloaded my eBook yet? Don’t just take my word for it! Make sure to check out my interview with world famous super affiliate Jonathan Volk. Or, you may wish to read my guest article on Teen Domainer, one of the top domaining blogs around. Still not convinced? Read the review of PPC Ian where John Chow (the most popular blog about making money online) calls my eBook a real gem.

I’ve been truly blessed with great mentors over the last few years. Now, it’s my time to give back. I sincerely thank you for visiting my site. I sincerely hope I can help you maximize your own personal career in search engine marketing. Any questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact me. I am here to help!

Sincerely,
Ian Lopuch, PPC Ian

PS – As a new update, I recently presented an amazing 2 hour long speech at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. I took a deep dive into actionable PPC and SEO strategies. As a thank you for signing up for my newsletter, you will receive my PowerPoint presentation for free!

PPS – Don’t forget to sign up for my new SEM Whitepaper Series as well!

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10 Comments

  1. alex vartan says:

    awesome ian, you’re doing BIG THINGS!

  2. Ian says:

    Alex,
    Thanks so much for visiting my blog and for the very kind words! I very much appreciate it, my friend!
    All the best,
    Ian

  3. Dino Vedo says:

    Well just wondering… I don’t question your knowledge on SEO or PPC, but why does your blog have such low traffic when your an expert on search engine optimization? Shouldn’t you be able to get your blog ranked high for lots of keywords? Not only that but leverage some of your niche sites to the blog, like their traffic and maybe backlinking capabilities…

  4. Dino Vedo says:

    Oh, you don’t have to count this extra comment for the contest, but 100k is not bad in terms of traffic, but just thought you could get a lot more and easily compete with people like John Chow?

  5. Ian says:

    Dino,
    Thanks for the question and for visiting my blog! You ask some great questions. First and foremost, PPC Ian is brand new. :-) I just launched back in October, 2009. So far, I’m thrilled with my traffic, just check out my Compete.com profile. It takes time to ramp a brand new blog and I’m very happy with my success so far. Second, I want to highlight that John Chow is not the best comparison (although it’s an extreme compliment to be compared to John for sure). PPC Ian is all about careers in pay per click search engine marketing. John Chow, however, is the world leader in the make money online vertical, a much larger space. Moreover, John is one of the most prolific bloggers of all time and has been running his blog since 2006. It’s a tough comparison to make for sure, although I do appreciate the compliment (John has been a real inspiration for me). Third, while I do own a portfolio of 30 or so websites, I have not linked to PPC Ian from any of them. Why? None of them are relevant to the focus of this site. Moreover, I’m about as white hat as they come. I’m committed to building long term value and stability with my blog and portfolio of sites. For that very reason, I’m extremely careful not to link from one site to another. Rather I get all of my inbound links the old fashioned way: through hard work and publishing great content. Last, I want to highlight that I’m a very happy corporate leader! I spend 95% of my time working hard at my job managing my team and PPC Ian is a fun side venture I created to help the online marketing community. That said, I’m a competitive guy and looking forward to further growth.
    All the best,
    Ian

  6. Seo Services says:

    I am extremely impressed with your writing skills and also with the layout on your blog. Is this a paid theme or did you customize it yourself? Either way keep up the nice quality writing, it’s rare to see a nice blog like this one these days.. :)

  7. Ian says:

    Hey SEO Services,
    Thanks so much for visiting my blog and for the comment! I very much appreciate the positive feedback. My blog design is custom and built by my friends at Unique Blog Designs. Thanks again!
    All the best,
    Ian

  8. Darren says:

    To Quote you earlier Ian “I spend 95% of my time working hard at my job managing my team and PPC Ian is a fun side venture I created to help the online marketing community.” Thanks Ian for all the great info I’ve read so far, I work 50 hrs per week at my day job are married as well and am trying to scrape any extra time I have into starting my SEM business even if that means I stay up reading, studying and working on my site until 4am some nights. It’s super hard to provide tons of vale on such a regular and constant basis.

    I’ve learned a lot from your blog and you whitepapers! Keep the value coming :-)

    Thank you,
    Darren

  9. Ian says:

    Thanks so much Darren for the comment and positive feedback! I can totally relate to your 4am nights! I don’t do too many of those anymore (other than weekends every once in a while) but definitely started off that way back in 2007 when I decided to go after affiliate marketing in addition to my job. :-) As long as you’re passionate about what you do (and it definitely seems that you are), all that hard work will pay off big time in your full time gig and side ventures too. Great to connect with you and looking forward to following your site!
    All the best,
    Ian

  10. Darren says:

    Wow Thanks for the complement Ian. I Can’t wait to hear what you have to say about my site! I’m really trying to grow this business like I grow my food very organic, lol. Rather than rushing things I want to gather my game plan, get things in order, give value when I can and see where things go. Meanwhile I’m trying to do the same thing and continually improve the full time gig too. Looking to move more towards a PPC focused position instead of all the crazy internet stuff I do at where I am now :-p

    Something I always appreciated is the way you get information fed when working at the right corporate company. I was at a LARGE company (we’ll say currently # 7 of the fortune 500’s) and it seemed we were ALWAYS adding on the newest and hottest products out there to our product suite and getting the best training out there… It is something I miss. There’s my 2 cents.

    Thanks again!
    Darren

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