Ppc Agency

6 Tips For Starting A Successful Ppc Agency (2024)

Updated: January 19th, 2023

Want to start your own PPC agency? Here are some tips you should know:

Learn more about starting a PPC agency:

Where to start?

-> How to start a PPC agency?
-> How much does it cost to start a PPC agency?
-> Pros and cons of a PPC agency

Need inspiration?

-> Other PPC agency success stories
-> Marketing ideas for a PPC agency
-> Ppc agency names

Other resources

-> Profitability of a PPC agency

We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a PPC agency:

#1: Gabriele Contilli, founder of Rocket PPC:

We chatted with with Gabriele, founder of Rocket PPC ($40K/month). In our interview, Gabriele says:

It is not easy to leave your casual work and start your own thing, but if you keep listening to that voice inside you every single day telling you “quit your job and start your own business” well.. you know you’ll get there, sooner or later.


Do not focus on money. Remember that any kind of business is based on trust: do what you are good at, be nice and transparent and money will follow.


Read the full interview ➜

#2: Vathana Nguon, founder of Anachak Design:

We chatted with with Vathana, founder of Anachak Design ($7K/month). In our interview, Vathana says:

If potential clients remember you as a solution to a specific problem, you'll get a lot more business than if you hadn't decided to stand out.


It's easy to get caught up in new projects with new clients but don’t forget your website. So taking the time to care for your website and portfolio will help you to build trust with the client.


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#3: Mark Subel, founder of Two Wheels Marketing:

We chatted with with Mark, founder of Two Wheels Marketing ($20K/month). In our interview, Mark says:

I thought that the only way I would become an SEO expert was if I did SEO on a site that I owned, that I wrote content for, that I promoted. And I was right.


Even if you’ve been burned or have a distaste for someone for whatever reason, remain professional and courteous and don’t burn any bridges.


Read the full interview ➜