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What's the best solution for PPC Korea/China/Japan
What's the best PPC solution for Korea/China?Japan?

 4:22 am on Jun 30, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hi everyone,

I run a site which has a strong potential revenue stream from South-East Asia, and I'd like to market my site to particularly Korea, Japan, and China.

Firstly how can I do this? The most likely tool for me seems PPC, although if there are others I'd like to here about them.

Google Adwords ostensibly serve South-East Asian countries, but their ads are exactly the same whatever version of google.com you use. Until I see some Korean-language ads on google.co.kr, or some Japanese ads on google.co.jp, it doesn't look as though they can be very targeted.

Overture - too pricey to startup for me.

Small PPC start-ups: I know Korea has Zingu.com, what about the Japanese and Chinese equivalents? Any recommendations much appreciated.

I also read and understand some Korean, although I come from Scotland myself :) Any tips or a rundown on how to break into these markets, please let me know.

All the best.




 9:23 am on Sep 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

My greetings to the webmasters.
who supplies PPC results to Yahoo Korea?

Yahoo Korea does not have PPC listings at this point.


 8:04 pm on Sep 29, 2003 (gmt 0)

Thank you.

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