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Ink vs FAST
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Msg#: 1924 posted 1:05 am on Feb 1, 2003 (gmt 0)

After submitting to Ink, one listing, it paid itself off in one day with one sale. Now i have a year to profit off of my listing. Needless to say im satsified. Im trying to expand my reach into every channel of searchers. I will be expanding to findwhat adn maybe going back to Adwords. But i will definetly be paying for some more inclusion. Namely FAST, what I have noticed is that in INK, my #2 listing which gets tons of searches, is not delievering the traffic i imagnined. The reason for this I believe, is that when you look at most of INK.,s delivered results, its easy to see that the pure results are somewhat burried in directory and sponsored listings.
I was wondering if there are any paid inclusion programs, FAST namely, that deliver results purely to any portals. Also, what are most peoples sentiments on INK vs FAST, experiences? ROI?
One more slightly off topic, how many more visitors does Overture deliver then findwhat on avg.? My overture campaign is effective yet expensive and tedious, but i guess thats how it goes.



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Msg#: 1924 posted 1:24 am on Feb 1, 2003 (gmt 0)

I'd vote for Ink as the best deal in PFI, Ask/Teoma probably second, FAST 3rd, and AV a very distant 4th. We just launced a big program in all of them so may have more concrete answers in a couple weeks.

Never used FindWhat and they have some questionable partners, IMO.

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