Archive for the ‘PPC’ Category

Boost Your Conversion Rates With Effective PPC Advertising

Monday, April 10th, 2017

There are dozens of online advertising methods that businesses may use to attract new customers. Display ads, popup windows, freebies and other techniques continue to be popular, but they can be difficult to track. Since no company wants to waste money on online advertising that doesn’t garner targeted website users, it’s essential that any approach […]Read Full Entry

Wondering How to Get More Traffic to Your Website?

Monday, March 14th, 2016

It is rare that a business owner ever says, “Okay, our website is getting enough traffic. We’re good.” A smart owner is never satisfied with the amount of traffic his or her site gets, and that’s a great thing because when you know you can do better, you keep innovating and improving. There are many […]Read Full Entry

Secrets of Obtaining Cheap Targeted Traffic with PPC

Monday, June 30th, 2014

You want to make money on the Internet, but you need traffic to succeed. More importantly, you need sources of cheap targeted traffic to ensure you make a profit. As one of the most efficient techniques of economical online advertising available, pay-per-click (PPC) employs keywords to target the exact kind of visitors you want and […]Read Full Entry

5 Common Mistakes Of PPC Campaign Management

Saturday, January 26th, 2013

PPC (pay-per-click) marketing and advertising has the potential to be a very quick method buy web traffic and bring targeted visitors to your website, who are likely to buy and provide you with an excellent return on your investment. If a PPC campaign is not managed and implemented correctly, it can prove to be a […]Read Full Entry


Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

PPC or pay per click is a means of paid online advertising designed to send traffic and visitors to websites. The definition is in the phrase “pay per click” the website owner running the PPC advertisement is only obligated to pay the search engine or website publisher, when the advertisement is clicked on by a […]Read Full Entry

6 Ways To Use PPC To Increase Website Traffic

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

Most online businesses have heard the terms “PPC,” “Pay Per Click,” “Sponsored Link,” and “Paid Search.”  All of these terms are basically the same thing – online advertising.  The general idea is that you create an advertisement that contains a link to your website and pay the search engines so that the ad will be […]Read Full Entry

Why Your Website Needs PPC Advertising

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012

Whether your business is a well-known giant among consumers, or whether it is a largely unknown upstart trying to make a name for itself in the digital age, your business and your business’ website could benefit greatly from a professionally planned and implemented Pay-Per-Click (PPC) marketing strategy.  The PPC Internet advertising model can be an […]Read Full Entry

3 Ways To Generate Web Traffic

Sunday, June 3rd, 2012

The key to generating online popularity for your organization’s website is through promotion. Promotion comes in many different forms and without it, the website that you’ve invested so much time and effort into is never going to be seen. The hundreds of thousands of people that could have gained something upon seeing your website for […]Read Full Entry

Two Different Options For Making Money With PPC Advertising

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

There are many ways that you might find for making money online through your website or blog. There are all sorts of tactics, including SEO article writing to gain targeted visitors to your site. You might put an incentive out for your current clients and customers that will help you to get more traffic to […]Read Full Entry

A General Look At PPC Programs

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

PPC is an abbreviation for Pay Per Click, and it is often referred to as Cost Per Click (CPC). This is a method of internet advertising, used to direct traffic to websites. These adverts are placed in websites and, when a keyword in the website content matches a set query, the relevant advert shows on […]Read Full Entry

Information On How PPC Works

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

Pay per click, PPC is also called Cost per Click (CPC). This is a model that is utilized to direct traffic towards the websites, where those people making advertisements pay the service that is hosting after the ad has been clicked. With the use of the search engines, the advertising bid on the keyword phrases […]Read Full Entry

Driving Traffic To Your Site With PPC Advertising

Friday, May 27th, 2011

Most people who are concerned with driving traffic to their site typically use Search Engine Optimization techniques to help them rank higher in the search engines. They tend to do this to help generate more income from the products or services they offer on their sites, however, many people do not realize the benefits that […]Read Full Entry

How PPC Advertising Can Boost Your Website Traffic

Sunday, May 15th, 2011

PPC advertising has become of the most popular and effective ways for driving traffic to a website on the internet. You can use pay per click campaigning to enhance the visibility of your product or brand and attract more customers to your website. As the internet has become the easiest way for targeting quality traffic […]Read Full Entry

Why It Is Advantageous To Use PPC Advertising

Sunday, May 8th, 2011

The inception of the internet in commerce has greatly impacted the way business is conducted and even changed the fortunes of many companies for the better. PPC advertising is an internet based marketing program used across search engines more so in affiliate marketing. A client creates ads promoting his business or products which are which […]Read Full Entry

Beware of PPC Fraud

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

There was reporting done recently that Microsoft came down heavily on a couple of businesses that tried to get a leg up on the competition by going out and obsessively clicking on the other guy’s pay-per-click advertising on Bing so that the poor competitor would quickly run out of advertising dollars to spend. This would […]Read Full Entry