The New PPC Management Referral Program that Gets You Cash

Pay Per Click Management PPC

Chad Kearns Sep 14 2012

IT’S FREE MONEY! Now that we have your attention, Portent is proud to announce a newly created referral program for our PPC Essentials management package. What does this mean? It means that if you refer Portent’s PPC Essentials package to a small business owner or marketing manager and they sign up for our monthly management service, we give you $50! It’s that simple.

About the PPC Essentials Referral Program

Have a business in mind that needs help managing their AdWords or adCenter paid search accounts? Point them in the direction of Portent and earn some money while doing it.
To begin the referral process, submit your name, your email address, and the name of the person you are referring on our referral page. Then, let the person you are referring know about our PPC Essentials package. We even created an email template for you that is easy to copy, paste, and send!

(Note: We will absolutely NOT contact them- until they contact us first. Promise. We don’t roll that way.)

However, when the person you referred does sign up for our monthly management package, we will send you $50 via PayPal.

Refer as many people as you would like. We will send you $50 for each successful referral.

To learn more about our PPC Essentials referral program, visit our client referral page.

About PPC Essentials

PPC Essentials is an expertly managed PPC program and consulting package for businesses looking to spend between $500 and $3,000 a month on paid search advertising. There are no contracts and you can start and stop your service at any time. With packages starting at just $250 a month, Portent provides businesses that don’t have thousands of dollars to spend on management fees an outlet to expert PPC management.

To learn more about our PPC Essentials management package or sign up for a free 10-minute account audit, please visit our Essentials package page.

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