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Can a single guy can handle SEO and PPC marketing when working at a company?
Better if he is married.
Unless I misunderstood the ?
A single guy can probably handle it better since he doesn’t have to make time available to spend time with a spouse or family. Yes, a single person should be able to handle it. A single person within an agency can handle both for multiple clients.
True but the scenario changes if the project is too big.
Yes you can
It depends on the size and type of website and what type of campaigns are being run.
Of course he can handle it if he work overtime but don’t you think he have so much responsibility in his hand. I think it’s better if a person is hire to do a single job.
I don’t know what being single has to do with it, but yes, lol.
Only married guys can handle it. Lol JK
I tend to agree with this statement. Married guys have a lot of experience in dealing with stressful situations and getting out of tight spots.
I’m 17 years old and I’m not interested in getting married any time soon but sometimes gets horny So I think I’m good for now.
Just get married man – the best solution ever. Jokes apart. Yes, you can, but get someone to write content for you. Writing content or blog commenting is the most time consuming thing ever.
Yes, absolutely. I did for several companies in-house in multiple agencies. Some PPC accounts had Massive budgets and campaign volume too. It’s possible but don’t be a jack of all trades and a master of none, get good at both and you will be more valuable. I’ve seen those that know SEO and are terrible at PPC and that’s a problem because being bad at PPC can be expensive. So learn PPC well.
I’m married and run quite a few SEO and PPC campaigns. It must be a married thing. To answer your question… no you can’t stay single in this industry. From my exhaustive unfounded research. You might want to get a master’s degree too.
I agree, married guys are more reliable.
By single, I mean one person. I should delete this post.
Some people can’t understand the “context” of the question. How many businesses can only be run by “married people”? “Gimme a break!”
Sure. Why not? The real question is how big is the company and it’s website.
I’m single and I’ve managed PPC and SEO campaigns alone a lot of times.
But how much more effective would you have been if you were married to your job?
I’m probably not gonna be effective. I’m pretty much good at doing it by myself.
Doing SEO and PPC by myself, that’s what I meant. Duh.
I think his real meaning is that whether one person can do both SEO and PPC at the same time.
That’s how I took it too.
I did it as the only digital marketer in a company doing well over $500 million in arr so yes it can be done but they have to love what they do.
Sure, but the time you spend on one detracts from the time you spend on another. Both are easily a full time job if you want to do them very well.
If you are a good analyst, then its not difficult to handle both of them.
Also worth noting that if you’re single you probably have more free time.
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