Skip to content
adwords freelancer

Is A Google Ads (AdWords) Freelancer Worth It?

There are three main options to working with an AdWords Expert: you could employ one in your business or hire a digital agency or hire an AdWords Freelancer.


Each has its pros and cons. And each has implications that could make or break your online advertising efforts.


Working with a Google Ads PPC Freelancer has many benefits. You can develop a working relationship which is one of the most important things when working with a specialist.


Download a FREE AdWords eBook to help you setup & manage effective campaigns


Here are some points to consider if a freelancer is worth it for your business:


AdWords Freelancer Is Affordable


Working with a Google AdWords Freelancer will save you a lot of money. You’ll get expertise and support at a fraction of the cost you’d pay with an AdWords agency.


No long contracts


There are no lengthy contracts to sign with a freelancer. It’s more likely to be a rolling contract or three months contract at most. So this allows you to move on quickly if things aren’t working out.


Quick campaign setup


An AdWords Freelancer will Setup new campaigns quickly. From initial consultation to launching your new PPC campaign, you can expect this to be a quick process and can all happen within 24 hours.




Freelancers work with thousands of clients over a lifetime. So they develop a wide range of skills and experience that they can apply to your campaigns. And they are likely to have worked with some companies in your industry and will bring a high level of creativity.




Before engaging an AdWords Freelancer, check out their reviews and profiles to see what others say and who they’ve worked with. And check their website to see some of their past work and any blogs they’re writing.

I'm a Certified Google Ads Expert and Marketing Author and in this blog I share my latest tips and secrets on how to promote your business successfully on the web and increase customer loyalty, retention and advocacy on Google Ads.

This Post Has 0 Comments

Leave a Reply

Back To Top