Google Advertising Professional

Ash Nallawalla

6 March 2007

PPC


Got my Google Advertising Professional logo today. Good feeling.

PS. It was tied to my Google account which was in the format ash.nallawalla at [former employer’s domain name], which was deleted three weeks later, after I left the company, so I can’t link to it. Google is not terribly interested in the problem other than by saying that the qualification is tied to the company MCC. šŸ™ Respectfully, I think this is mis-guided.

If an “individual” is “qualified” it is because he or she studied for the exam and passed it. The MCC merely managed the minimum required spend. Google has advised me to sit the exam again with my own MCC. Surely, Google needs more GAPs.

What do you think? Please comment.

Ash Nallawalla

Search strategist experienced in large, complex websites. Ash's Google+ profile

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