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1. The min bid for an inactive keywords seems unrelated to anything at all...
2. The first min bid after inactive seems to be something like 5 to 10 times what the current highest bid is?
3. If one leaves this stuff alone, it generally puts the inactive bids back as active after a couple of days.. Is the min bid just a way to con people into pushing up the minimium bids.
4. Any lawyers know about weather this practice falls within the "anti price fixing" laws for ads displayed within Aus?
Thanks in advance
I have a beer related ad and website, so beer related keywords are more expensive. Now if I used website coding keywords (html, php ,css) they would cost me $0.05 for my beer related ad and website. But that would be a waste of money because someone how wants to learn HTML gets my beer website.
I think I'm on the right track in my thinking.