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Top PPC engines for publishers

     
5:17 pm on Aug 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

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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?

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

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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.

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

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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

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

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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?

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

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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.

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

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

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

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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.