PPC Ad Editor

The First Google Ads Campaign Preview & Collaboration Tool

Present your Google Ads campaign build in an easier to read format with your clients. Collaborate more efficiently using the comment feature without having the need to email files back and forth. Once approved, upload directly to Google with a single click.
Discussion
Would you recommend this product?
5 Reviews5.0/5
Cool, waiting to try it.
Maker
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@iamsomeshwar - Yes, we are exciting to show you the tool in the next couple weeks!
It sounds amazing, out of my peraonal experience as PPC professional...there's a huge need for a product/tool like that. Would love to test it and provide you with feedback, thanks.
Maker
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@paul_kra - Thank you! Please sign up as a beta tester if you haven't already
Your tool look's awesome. I will look for it
Maker
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@ricardo_cancar - Thank you! Means alot to our team :)
This could be a lifesaver for me and my team. I'm actually REALLY excited to test this out. Would love to be on any alpha/beta tests if you have any available slots.
Maker
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@levi_edwards - Yes, that is exactly why we created this. We thought there HAD to be a better way than the usual excel/screenshot method. Yes we do, please sign up here to become an official beta if you haven't done so - https://www.ppcadeditor.com/beta...
Maker
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Hi! I created PCADE because I was looking for a better way to present my PPC campaign build to my not so tech-savvy clients. Like most agencies, I mocked up my campaigns, ad groups, keywords, and ads using excel to show my clients. This was OK for smaller builds, but not efficient for bigger ones. In addition, most of my clients were still not able to decipher what they were looking at. More time was needed to explain the document itself. The biggest pain point, however, was taking all the data from the spreadsheet, and uploading it manually to Google Ads. Not only did that take a lot of work, but was also prone to more human error, thus needing more time to QA each ad, keyword, etc were in the correct ad group. So, thats how PCADE was created.