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Have you worked with Ezanga, ABCsearch?
GamblingQuestion1




msg:3826154
 3:09 pm on Jan 14, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hi,

I am looking for some new PPC campaign to promote gambling products.
I have started working with ABC serach but I don't see much traffic/conversion there.

Please could you let me know about your experience with Ezanga or any other PPC campaigns?

Thank you

 

SlimKim




msg:3834243
 3:40 pm on Jan 25, 2009 (gmt 0)

i've worked wuth both and if you are bidding enough to show in the top 3 ad spots and still not getting enough traffic, then you must look elsewhere or add more keywords

if you tell me what cpc / cpm you can bear on broad interest / general sites that are not gambling related, i will try to point you in the right direction

TapTapper




msg:3869293
 1:54 am on Mar 13, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hi Slim

I'm looking for somewhere besides Google to advertise adult novelties, clothing, party supplies, lingerie, and romantic games. I had amazing ROI from Google AdWords but I keep running into problems with them. Would sites that allow gambling PPC ads would be friendlier to my industry?

SlimKim




msg:3869330
 3:23 am on Mar 13, 2009 (gmt 0)

Most likely they would. It depends on what sort of problems you were having. I don't work in that vertical but some of my contacts do.

There are several ppc search engines devoted solely to your vertical - even yahoo has a yahoo adult ppc. There is plenty of volume if you can convert.

Plus aside from ppc search engines that target your niche, you will find the second tier ppc search engines have less hoops for you to jump through. With the right offers and campaigns second tier search engines can be very very good, regardless of what you hear. When you hear otherwise, they didn't have the right MWR and campaign configuration.

Peace
Slim

TapTapper




msg:3869353
 4:07 am on Mar 13, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hi Slim

I am new at PPC, just been in for 18 months. I've been reading on here that others have had other weird problems with Google so I feel a bit better. I prefer not to do Yahoo for my site since I work on campaigns for clients there. But Yahoo is OK: although they have their own probs with adult and they don't ban you out of hand, they are certainly better at working with advertisers and communicating, so it seems that with enough effort there's always a future at Yahoo.

I don't know who you're referring to when you say by other PPC search engines that target my niche. I've seen the 5% search engine ratings for MSN etc, I guess that's what you're talking about regarding second tier being very good in some cases, if done right?

How would I find the other PPC engines devoted to my vertical? One problem I've had is that soooo much adult is devoted to p--n and streaming video etc, novelties and marital aids are just lumped in. I'm having trouble finding links or ad networks that aren't spam farms.

Appreciate the info! Thanks

[edited by: coopster at 10:30 am (utc) on Mar. 14, 2009]
[edit reason] removed broken link [/edit]

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