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I'm signed up for the beta and have my "order" placed, but everything has just been sitting pending for a long time (reminds me of Overture!).
I've heard elsewhere that the beta hasn't actually started yet, but opinion seems to be divided.
I already have a US adcenter account, so should I open a new one for the UK or does the US account cover the UK too?
after I clicked on SignUp I got this page
"Thank you for your interest in Microsoft adCenter.
Microsoft adCenter is not available in your market at this time.
Please check back later. "
All well and good, except this option is not available in my drop down (US account)....
I only have English - Singapore(!), English - United States and French - France....
[edited by: Simon_Says at 9:17 pm (utc) on Aug. 14, 2006]
According to the last post on the AdCenter blog it should already be possible to create UK campaigns but I don't have the "English - United Kingdom" option (yet).
I'm seriously considering giving MSN a go, as I'm a newby at G Adwords and struggling, not least as it's all so darn foggy and mysterious.
If MSN is a bit more transparant about just WHAT is required, so I can make business decisions instead of casting vodoo spells and crossing my fingers, they'll get my business.
Been lurking for awhile having not posted on this site for about a year but while I'm here, let me get something off my chest:
I DON'T CARE HOW MUCH YOU SPEND!
Now me, I'm a newby at PPC and still struggling with the net thing in general. My own site only sells one product, $30 and no I'm not rich. I cheerfully admit I'm struggling to get a single sale with this one item, which is why I'm here, for tips and stuff.
But lemme tell ya something that even I know.
If my site sold various items at different prices, then to me a customer buying a $1 item is a customer, period. They are no more or less piss-portant than a customer buying a $500 or more item.
So before complaining about costs or ROI, consider that perhaps your business would do better if it didn't have the attitude that some here seem to have, ie that high-spending clients are "more important" than the little spender.
A lot of little spenders is a lot of money. Do I need to spell that out?
Finally this isn't aimed at anyone in particular, or even this thread specifically, for as I say it's been awhile since I posted. I just needed to get that off my chest. :o)
If those with the 'big spender' attitude towards the PPC companies have the same attitude towards their own custoemrs I can see why you need to spend a lot on advertising!