Pay Per Click advertising is one of the quickest ways to drive more traffic to your website. While search engine optimization marketing takes a lot of effort and time, you can setup PPC campaigns relatively easily within hours. Also, You don’t necessarily need to modify / optimize content of your website to drive traffic when you use PPC advertising (although optimization of website content is always beneficial.)

The limitations of Pay Per Click advertising is that it needs continuous monitoring for bidding. Monitoring can be time-consuming but is crucial not to lose traffic to your competitors.

This page provides a few useful tips about how to create and monitor Campaigns efficiently.

1. Keyword is the key

2. Add modifiers to keywords
Add location modifiers such as state or to your keywords. Internet users often add their state or city to their search keywords.

Add words like ‘cheap’, ‘inexpensive’, ‘buy’, or ‘demo’ or ‘download’ to your keywords if these are an appropriate description of your products / service.

3. Categorize your keywords by their brand, theme, marketing goals, priority or whatever criteria that is significant to you in order to maintain and monitor keywords.

4. Write PayPerClick Ads
Writing Ads can be very tricky because there are restrictions and limitations of the number or kinds of words you can use. Mostly, promotion-oriented punctuation is not allowed: for example, exclamation or capitalization are not allowed.

5. Bid, Analyze & Optimize
Consider using bid management tools if the volume is big enough. For analysis, use analytic tools to track clicks, click-through ratio, conversion ratio and cost per conversion. Usually the tools that PPC companies provide are pretty good, but you can use external tools.

TOP PPC programs
Out of many PPC programs, the most popular ones are Google AdWords, Yahoo! Search Marketing, MSN AdCenter, MIVA and ABCSearch.

Check out this page to get free promotion codes for the top PPC Search Engines.


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