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Liking AdCenter So Far

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8:39 pm on May 1, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Signed up last fall but then never saw my ads. Tried it again late last week and added more keywords. They were approved within minutes, as was a new campaign, and I am now receiving well-converting traffic for half the price of AdWords. So far, so good!
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I am glad to hear someone is getting positive results.

My avergae conversion is normally 1.5% to 3%. So far, with a decent number of clicks, my MSN conversion has been 0%.

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I am getting plenty of clicks but no conversions except one... since Friday when we launched. These are the same tried and true campaigns that are extremely successful on other venues. It is making me wonder...
4:34 pm on May 2, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I'm getting conversions and making a profit so far with AdCenter. I'm having a problem separating out orders to know exactly what my conversion rate is, so I'm not sure how it compares to AdWords, but it's close. My cost per click, though, is well under what I have to spend on AdWords.

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The number of impressions and clicks, though, is well below AdWords.

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I am now receiving well-converting traffic for half the price of AdWords

This sounds very bad for a publishers point of view.

1:31 am on May 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Makes sense that MSN would be more efficient than ADwords. there's only 6,000 advertisers competing for bids rather than 400,000.
10:27 am on May 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

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there's only 6,000 advertisers competing for bids rather than 400,000

From where do You have the numbers?

Beside AdSense, I am in the internet promotion business and in the last year, every price discussion with clients is a discussion about AdSense.

Is my service to bring visitors natural by search engines cheaper than AdSense?

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