Nope, but google provide PPC and Analytics certification.
You can become adwords certified (I am)
Google 'Google engage'They will call you up and check you are eligible before you start that program though.
Quick warning, if you have any questions about PPC on Google, make sure you have them written down before you apply, it is very rare that you actually get to talk to Google, for instance I was able to find out what kind of CTR in Adwords is considered 'good' some of the actual numbers on determining quality score, and so on.
I actually became Adwords certified yesterday (Man, that was tough) and so I wondered if there were any more certifications. I guess I could do the analytics, but to have an SEO certification program by GOOGLE would be pretty cool .
by Abla Hulla 4 years ago
I am all new to Hubpages, SEO and keywords stuff. Many of the hubbers here referred to the Google Keywords Tool to find great keywords but when I searched for that in Google, it turned out that it turned out to be updated into part of Google Adwords, which I am not using. So, could there be by any...
by khmohsin 7 years ago
A person is graduate, why he need certification for career development. Is our education back-draw or what?
by sid_candid 7 years ago
What is Google Traffic Estimator? How can we use it? Is it useful?
by net4gains 7 years ago
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by Dennis L. Page 6 years ago
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by EmpressFelicity 8 years ago
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