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Who do you think best PPC service provider

not just to click but have sales

     
11:38 pm on Feb 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

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I tried to run AdWords but I'm not satisfied because of the very low sales from Adwords.

What PPC service provider to choose?

I'm newbie in PPC - for 3 years I run SEO and was on top but now after Florida and Austin it looks like I have to start my PPC experience.

Thanks all for their advices......

1:47 am on Feb 3, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Alexdo,

Here is what I have found. First off it depends on what kind of product you have. If you have b2b product I think Overture is great because you have MSN and alot of business people use that engine. Google has been great for us for a more technical crownd. We sell computer software so its been very good for us. So for what its worth you might try a few different engines to experiment. Also some of the lower cost engines like FindWhat, Kanoodle, Ah-ha and other might have a higher return on investment but deliver lower amounts of traffic.

12:25 am on Feb 15, 2004 (gmt 0)

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The general consesus -- I think from reading posts here -- on webmaster world, and from my own experience is Google Ad Words and Overture work. Why your ads did not work/ Return dollars for your investment on AdWords, depends on many things, but as a rule: you spend more per click on both Google AD Words and Overture, but you get sales. On others you get traffic, but not much in sales.