Google AdWords Seminar for Santa Cruz Business Owners

Google Partners with Local Experts To Share Digital Marketing Strategy

Santa Cruz, CA – Vertical Rail and Google are hosting a free digital marketing seminar on February 15, 2018 in Santa Cruz to teach businesses about advertising in Google AdWords.

The event will feature three presentations about leveraging the Google AdWords advertising platform. After the presentations, Vertical Rail will host a one-hour round-table Q&A session where guests can pose questions to certified AdWords experts.

Andrew Leonard, Brand Development Manager at Google, will host a presentation about the evolution of marketing in a digital world. Vertical Rail’s Frank Wade, a certified AdWords expert, will present on the role of an AdWords agency.

“This is a perfect opportunity for business owners and their in-house marketers to learn how to make online advertising work for them,” said Andrew Arenson, Owner of Vertical Rail. “Google AdWords is an immensely powerful and dynamic marketing tool.This seminar is intended to shed light on some of the advanced strategies and techniques that agencies use to make their client’s successful.”

The event will be held on February 15th at the Hotel Paradox in Santa Cruz from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm. The event is free and will include continental breakfast, coffee, and refreshments. The event has a maximum seating of 75 people. Google will be providing gift bags and a $75 AdWords credit for new account signees. Vertical Rail will also be offering a free custom AdWords analysis to event attendees.

Attendees can sign up for a post-event 20-minute 1-on-1 session with a certified AdWords expert.  Reserve a 1-on-1 session when you register. Business owners and in-house marketers are encouraged to bring questions about using AdWords to achieve their goals.

To register for the event, visit our eventbrite page here.


Based in Aptos, Vertical Rail is a Google AdWords Premier Partner, a designation reserved for AdWords agencies that meet specific certification, training, and performance requirements.

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