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Junior Member joined:Oct 23, 2003 posts:64
We recently started using 7Search on a couple of our new websites.
To give you an idea of our results, I will compare them with a couple others.
To make it simple, on average out of every hundred clicks received we received this many orders.
In fact out of the last 2000 clicks we received 0 orders.
To be fair, our average cost per click was less then half the price
I love their admin system for adding keywords.
I can tell that they are tracking their the traffic and it's not fraudulant, but yet it does not convert into orders.
Has anyone had any recent experiences with 7Search?
Junior Member joined:Mar 28, 2005 posts:194
Yes, its a real person clicking but the question is how poor the sources are?
Well from what I saw traffic came from Coolwebsearch.com which is known for spyware/scumware etc. I also saw traffic that comes from comment spam and forum spam. I found out their partners affiliates from Umax, peakclick and many others do this. Also a some paid to read traffic on this network.
Just because they deny it all. It doesn't mean we should trust their word on it.
This type of traffic will never convert as well as traffic from google, yahoo etc.
New User joined:Feb 15, 2008 posts:3
In 7search defense what were your results like when your first started your campaigns with google, yahoo, and msn? There is always an optimization period and it is generally longer on smaller engines. I have a lot of experience with tier 2 traffic and there are sources of converting traffic but it generally takes a while properly optimize the campaign to reach those sources of traffic.
But now that we're talking about it, I did recently try Ask and found most of the traffic was the worst I have ever seen, not from Ask searchs, but from their partners.
I'm still open to 7search and would like to learn a few tips on how to make the best of my campaign with them.
Thanks in advance to any tips posted....
My personal experiance is that my conversions are way worse when using 7search when compared to google, or even traffic from links on other sites.
Goclick hit the skids shortly after, I was told a new owner had taken over, the same with Findwhat, new owners.
I guess MSN would be like the new low cost, pay per click.
Problem is that even Google is becoming less effective. There are just too many tire kickers out there clicking on our paid for ads.