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When Will AI Replace PPC Jobs? #1761
June 10, 2021

In episode #1761, we share our perspectives on when AI will replace PPC jobs. While AI doesn’t  have much on human beings when it comes to creativity, computers take the gold medal when it comes to optimization. Tune in and hear about how it won’t be long before we will see AI do a better job of figuring out what titles and descriptions will end up generating the most clicks!

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s topic: When Will AI Replace PPC Jobs?
  • [00:32] What we mean by PPC ads.
  • [01:01] AI will soon do a better job of generating the most clicks.
  • [02:11] Humans can’t compete with computers when it comes to optimization. 
  • [03:28] Making sure you don’t get replaced by focusing on creativity.
  • [03:36] Go to marketingschool.io/live to hang out with Neil and Eric in September.

 

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