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Pulling the plug.

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Msg#: 7942 posted 5:39 am on Apr 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

Giving up on Adwords. I am tired of paying for traffic to increase visibility for my site. I went live about 5 months ago and I am sure my site is buried in the sand. Even though I don't spend much on Adwords compared to you guys, it still is money I could be shopping with. So, I am pulling the plug. To my credit I did get my main keyword down to $.04 (Go Me!) But, I think I have a decent enough site to get traffic from Google without paying for it.



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Msg#: 7942 posted 10:45 pm on Apr 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

Was your Google Adwords traffic not converting or was there another reason?



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Msg#: 7942 posted 12:43 am on Apr 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

Yeah, I am trying to find a point to this post...

What were you trying to do with the traffic? In most scenarios I can think of it would seem silly to turn off your "main keyword" if it had a $0.04 cpc.

Is $0.04 cpc even possible?


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Msg#: 7942 posted 1:34 am on Apr 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

Yes $.04 is possible. There isn't a point to the post besides me voicing my frustrations about Google sandboxing new sites. And therefore forcing new websites to use Adwords if they want any decent type of Google traffic.

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