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Who Uses Adsbot & How?
Who Uses Adsbot & How?

Various companies are using Adsbot; brands with in-house teams, brands with agencies, agency teams, and startups... & you!

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πŸ’™ In-house digital marketing teams utilize Adsbot by reviewing its rules daily.

By doing so, these teams can focus on strategic planning and use Adsbot's reports and insights to drive maximum efficiency across different departments. For instance, if bad URLs are identified, they will inform the IT team and provide access to the SEO team, allowing for optimization through paid and organic analysis and the robots.txt rule.

πŸ’™ Brands working with marketing agencies utilize Adsbot as a control mechanism.

Mostly to manage situations that not be immediately detectable to the human eye. The users of Adsbot have reported that it is an efficient tool when used in conjunction with agencies. By sharing data such as competitor analysis and identifying instant problems, agencies and Adsbot can save time and reduce the need for manual effort. Some brands use the agency to monitor their activities and measure efficiency.

πŸ’™ Agencies are minimizing the workload of managing multiple accounts.

Adsbot assists agencies with the cumbersome task of manually controlling multiple ad accounts and wants to save time by reducing the workload. Instead of checking every metric across different accounts, agencies can save time by linking multiple ad accounts to a single workspace using Adsbot.

πŸ’™ Startups use Adsbot to get the most out of their limited sources.

For new business owners, the early stages of starting a business can be both thrilling and daunting. With limited resources, they face challenges such as building brand recognition, launching marketing campaigns, monitoring results and managing cash flow. This is where startups can benefit from using Adsbot, which helps them to optimize their advertising budget and maximize their returns on investment.

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