Commonly used terms in digital marketing

| December 11, 2015

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This video discusses common used terms in digital marketing and lead generation.  The terms explained include Impressions, CTR, PPC, conversions, Landing pages, acquisition costs. This videos can help any beginner to learn and practice these terms

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