Nicolas Cage stopped making B-movies - he is a specialist in PPC Bee!
Nicolas Cage is well known for many successful Hollywood films. Surely we all remember well-known movies such as Con Air, Rock or the romantic City of Angels. However, this time is long gone and Nicolas has decided to stop making unsuccessful B-movies. So what has changed his mind and what steps does he want to take?
When I was making The Vicker Man in 2006, I discovered my unknown passion for bees, which played a key role in the movie.
Over the last year, I've come to the decision that I no longer want to be an actor in B-movies and that it's time to move on.
But when I entered the word Bee into the search engine, the first thing that popped up on me was the PPC Bee page. I researched the site and found that it is not a site dedicated to beekeepers, but a great automation tool powered by a team of enthusiasts from Prague.
So I didn't hesitate and decided to become part of the PPC Bee team.
What appealed to you the most about our tool. After all, it will be a 360 ° turn in your career.
All those features really amazed me! Now I was looking at one news - the automation of dynamic product ads on Facebook. And it seems to me that it can make a lot of things much easier.
I also noticed the Image Editor and I can tell you, one can do incredible things with it.
I have created a Search campaign with a few clicks. I just didn't have a feed for that purpose, so I used Feed Scraper for that and that's a hit!
Instead of watching TV, I've started exporting feeds in the evenings. Finally, I feel that what I'm doing makes sense.
What will be your first steps in PPC Bee? Go to support, they've said...
As New Years approaches, many of us begin to take stock. Did I fulfill my resolution for this year? And what will I accomplish in the next year? And we did the same thing right now. Well, CEO Pavel Vachek did it for us. How does he evaluate the past year? How will automation develop in the upcoming years? It is all in here.
You might be wondering what on earth an Australian is doing on the other side of the world, working at a PPC company that consists almost solely of Czechs. It’s a pretty good question — one I get a lot. I like to quote Kafka: “Prague never lets you go. This dear little mother has sharp claws.” I feel privileged to be working for PPC Bee, and I adore my work.
At the end of October, Bratislava’s Atelier Babylon held the 1st PPCEE, a conference for the whole of the CEE region. Naturally, we couldn’t miss out on it. Here’s a short summary of the things we found to be the most interesting.
The time has come and we've revealed the biggest change in our company's history. PPC Bee is now called Dotidot. It's not just about the name. Dotidot is here to bring you new ways of automation, features and everything you need to run an effective performance marketing.