On the Fifth Birthday of Their Partnership, Hafiz Ahmad and Qadeer Wagriya Launch a Coaching Program Exclusively Focused on YouTube Ads

Hafiz Ahmad Ashfaq and Qadeer Wagriya

Madsgency Ltd.
Madsgency Ltd.
Madsgency Ltd.

London, UK, Sept. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — After offering tailor-made ad services that generated multi-million dollars for their clients at Madsgency, Hafiz Ahmad and Qadeer Wagriya – two ad men with specialties in YouTube ads and evergreen sales funnels, have launched the industry’s first course. The course combines two big and interconnected topics: YouTube ad optimization and providing YouTube ads and account management services. 

The course was launched a few weeks ago for a limited number of pre-selected students. Many of those students are successful digital entrepreneurs, freelancers, and coaches who want to learn the art and science of paid traffic targeting and optimization as well as offering the same as a service to other YouTubers and marketers.

Qadeer, the paid traffic and YouTube ad optimization expert, was “hopeful that the participants would be able to target their

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