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Trial Version Of New ManageByStats PPC Tool Released

Today ManageByStats announced a trial version of their new PPC Advertising tool has been released. The PPC Advertising Manager in ManageByStats is designed to give faster and better insight into the performance of Amazon Sponsored Products Ads. The tool presents both current and historical data that makes decisions much easier to make, tracks changes and offers multiple options for bulk actions. The full tool can now be tested with a 14-day free trial.

“User can now experience the whole tool, all features, for fourteen days at no charge,” says ManageByStats CEO, Philip Jepsen. “This is a great trial option, and we’re happy to be offering it. PPC management in Amazon is so important to Amazon sellers. Once they have a look at what this tool can do, we’re confident users will want to continue with its benefits.”

The PPC tool is used to monitor campaigns, ad groups and keywords. Full control of PPC ads, with views from the big-picture down to detailed specifics, becomes possible with its easy-to-use interface. According to ManageByStats the current release is being considered Phase One, with advancements over those features available in Amazon. More advanced features are on the way, including the implementation of various AI functions to help guide users toward more effective PPC campaigns.

“Our goal with the PPC tool, as with all our tools, is to make it easier to manage your Amazon business,” says Mister Jepsen. “We take the flat, raw data in Amazon and make it dynamic, bringing it to life in such a way that fast, easy expansion becomes a reality.”

For more info on the trial version of the Advertising tool, or for more info on ManageByStats, please contact them directly or visit the company’s website. If interested parties have further questions, ManageByStats may be contacted directly by email.




Contact ManageByStats:

Philip Jepsen, CEO
411 Cleveland Street, Suite 110 Clearwater FL 33755

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