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Top PPC engines for publishers
GeXus




msg:1224893
 5:17 pm on Aug 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

Which engines are currently the best for publishers to use? In terms of payouts.

Which engine do you think is best?
Findwhat
7search
epilot
search123
searchfeed

Which pays the most?

 

venuma




msg:1224894
 7:13 pm on Aug 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

Here is my ranking.

1) FindWhat (50% of the Bid, if you qualify for their program)
2) Searchfeed (they pay 30%-50% but most of their feeds are from findwhat so it is like 15% - 25% of the FindWhat bid Amount).
3) Search123 (50% but the Advertisers are not reviewd, so may not get targeted ADs)
4) epilot - (use their local direct program, very good program for yellow pages content)
5) 7search - Have not used them.

I would add RevenuePilot between SearchFeed and Search123.

IanKelley




msg:1224895
 3:34 am on Aug 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

Here are a few more popular ones...

enhance.com
kanoodle.com
goclick.com (recently bought my Marchex, the company that bought enhance last year)
pageseeker.com
feedfusion.com
xuppa.com
brainfox.com
mygeek.com
revenuepilot.com

TheBorg




msg:1224896
 1:15 pm on Aug 6, 2004 (gmt 0)

I visited all sites above, but I didn't really find where I'm looking for. I'd like to setup a new domain and make the site a search engine with sponsored results. Would be nice if it could return additional non-paid results too, from for example DMOZ. Main purpose is to dump some excessive traffic there and make some additional money from it. But a site like this does not meet the requirements they ask for.

Any suggestions?

IanKelley




msg:1224897
 5:24 pm on Aug 6, 2004 (gmt 0)

Borg... Every search engine listed in this thread is suitable for backfill at the kind of site you're thinking of launching.

Not all of them will necessarily approve a new site, of course, but many will.

av613




msg:1224898
 3:53 am on Aug 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

based on the information here [searchenginesupplier.com...] it looks like 7 search pays 60% of the bid.

Klip




msg:1224899
 7:27 pm on Aug 16, 2004 (gmt 0)

Did you try these:

- Seek99.com
- OneSearchPlace.com

Seek99 has low bids but payments are processed in 24 hours - a big +. OneSearchPlace has slightly higher bids but payments are processed in 48 hours. You can expect at least Net 40 with the rest of them.

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