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Ppc, Roi

 11:43 pm on Feb 4, 2003 (gmt 0)

I have been doing a search through this forum, trying to learn about PPC and ROI and what software to use to do this.

I see some meantion like

Like to hear feedback on these, and any others



jeremy goodrich

 7:30 pm on Feb 5, 2003 (gmt 0)

We try to stay away from discussion of specfic products in the forums, as it may encourage url dropping / forum spamming / etc.

What I would do, is visit the sites of the companies that are offering these products, and then see what the differences are, in terms of price, functionality, etc. I know at least 1 company offering such services has a toll free number - call 'em up (if you are in the US) it's their dime for the call, and get all the info you can.

In addition, we have several members that work for / and or own companies that sell these types of products, so it makes discussing them a bit of a challenge.

I'm sure, if these products offer ROI, you can find their ads in the PPC's they work with :)


 1:50 pm on Feb 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

thanks jeremy

I went with one of them, but I won't say which one.
Don't want to start anything ;)


 3:54 am on Feb 21, 2003 (gmt 0)

Understand that a conversion rate% from users to customer is essential in order to get the ROI figure. But if my website is a non-commercial site (e.g. worldbank.com), how do i justify the ROI of SEO?

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