What if I told you that your website could show up on first page of results on a major search engine...today?
Let me prove it to you.
One of fastest ways to get targetted traffic is to pay for it. How? Use a pay-per-click search engine. A search engine is great because you know that people who come to your website were searching for what you sell. Right now, hands-down top place to go for pay-per-clicks is Google, http://www.google.com .
Go to google.com now. What would your potential customer type in search box? Type that in search box. Look at results that show up for your search terms (keywords). At top and on right hand side of search results page are usually "Sponsored Links" Those are ads.
Most people who search on google.com don't know google has ads. That's because google's ads look similar to their regular search results. That can make their ads very effective for their advertisers. Clever, huh?
Here's best part: Advertisers don't pay for their ad showing up. They ONLY pay for a visitor. I usually set up a campaign for $5 and my ads are up and running within minutes. When you set up your ads for first time, it will take a little longer because you'll need to fill out your company info and credit card info.
How much will you pay? It depends. Of course you want to pay minimum, which is $.05 (a US nickel) per click. In a competitive market, other advertisers may have bid higher, which gets them higher positioning on results page. For example, "satellite TV" is a highly competitive search term. You're not going to get on first page with a nickel bid. As I write this, to get top position on first page for "satellite TV" advertiser would need to bid around $6 per click.