3 Highly Effective Strategies To Power Up Your Business in 2005 - An example with...
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An example with
Google Adwords, positions 2-4 are usually very good. Of course,
position 1 is the best but you will be paying the highest bid
and your budget can be drained quite fast.
If you bid for low competition keywords, you can pay for as low
as 5 cents and expect a top listing because there won't be
many ads competing for these keywords. Hence, if you can get
lots of these low competition keywords which bring you highly
targeted clicks, that will be a very profitable campaign.
Then you just need to ensure that you either get these visitors
to subscribe to your newsletter or buy whatever product or
service you might be offering.
The most difficult parts are to get the right keywords and
sufficient amount of clicks to prevent your keywords from being
slowed or disabled. When this happen, your ad will disappear.
The best status for your keyword should always be "normal",
hence it will be shown at full delivery. To solve this issue,
your ad must be eye catching, it can arouse curiosity, it can
state a benefit in the description, it can include a call to
action and it helps if the ad itself contains the keyword
It takes a few minutes to set up an account with AdWords at http://adwords.google.com
To search for potential related keywords for your website, you
can make use of Overture search tool at http://inventory.overture.com/d/searchinventory/suggestion/
or Google AdWords Keyword Tool at http://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordSandbox
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