Preparing Your First Pay-Per-Click Campaign

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Try To Avoid Highly Competitive Keywords

In a nutshell : If your web site hasrepparttar topic Internet mar- keting, which is highly competetive, try to avoid this key- word by choosing a more specific expression like e.g. copywriting or e-book creation . Then you are rather in a field where competitors pay less for a click.

Make a list of 20-50 keywords which are relevant to your site. Look how many times your keywords have been searched for atrepparttar 100950 most important pay-per-click search engine (former : Then bid forrepparttar 100951 most promising ones (those withrepparttar 100952 highest numbers) at and some other PPCs .

Don't Bid Too Much For A Keyword

Don't makerepparttar 100953 mistake to bid too much for a keyword. If you want to reach a number one spot andrepparttar 100954 highest bid is $0.30 , don't bid $0.50 or higher. Then you are just wasting money, you could haverepparttar 100955 same top spot if you just paid $0.31 !

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Increase traffic to your business

Written by Jamie Moore

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