| 6:49 pm on Dec 1, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I believe when you advertise with google.ca it is included within google.com searches. All google.ca does is filter out U.S. material. But if you search '.com' you'll still find these '.ca' sites.
| 6:56 pm on Dec 1, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I hope you don't mind me asking this question on your thread
But whats the difference in buying an Ad on a site and buying a link, assuming that if G found out you were buying links it "could" kill any chances of decent traffic from G
| 11:27 pm on Dec 1, 2005 (gmt 0)|
tigger this is what i mean
for $ 1000 i can get 10 text links on .ca website and only one one .com for the same amount. I am thinking that I would be better to get 10 links on 10 different .ca websites but would I be included in .com google. I could care less what happens in .ca google.
so all it is is getting more links for the money I have.
| 4:52 pm on Dec 2, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Maybe the question to ask, legendax, would be is your site a .ca or a .com? I am not sure, and somebody correct me if I am wrong, but I don't think the incoming links matter as much as the domain.
| 8:14 pm on Dec 2, 2005 (gmt 0)|
|for $ 1000 i can get 10 text links on .ca website and only one one .com |
I don't think you've been shopping around much. If "advertising" is really a euphamism for link buying, you can probably get 50 to 100 links from .com sites with a $1,000 budget. If "advertising" is more a euphamism for buying PR7 plus links, you can probably get 10 to 15 .com links on a $1,000 budget. As far a geolocation goes, I don't belive links from .ca sites will work to exclude you from searches in your US target market or vice versa.
| 6:55 am on Dec 3, 2005 (gmt 0)|
suppose thats the real issue are we talking advertising or buying PR - maybe its a bit of both