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Click Your Way to Profits with Pay Per Clicks

Once upon a time in Internet Land, you could submit your website to the search engines, and ... had no ... ... have changed. Today, with billions of pages, and manyof the once

Once upon a time in Internet Land, you could submit your web
site to the search engines, and customers had no problem
finding you.

Things have changed. Today, with billions of pages, and many
of the once free search engines going to fee models, your
chances of being found in the search engines is pretty slim
unless you can devote yourself full-time to search engine

Factor into this the fact that search engines won't accept
affiliate pages, and your chances of being found are

If being a search engine guru just doesn't appeal to you,
then pay-per-click search engines may be just the thing.

To get started with pay-per-click search engines requires
some preparation. Once you get everything set up though,
this is a very easy promotion method for you to maintain.

You will need to create a text document or spreadsheet of
your information so that when you are ready to begin your
submissions, you can cut and paste your entries, saving you

The first thing that you want to do before you sign up with
any of the pay-per-clicks is to create a good description
and list of key words you want to purchase.

It is very important that you select the right key words or
you are wasting your time.

There are, however, some very good tools that you can use to
help you select your key words. Here are an excellent site
for helping you select your key words: Overture Search
Engine Suggestion Tool -

Once you have selected your key words, write your
description of your product or service. I would recommend
that you go to one of the pay-per-clicks, or several, and
use some of the key words you have selected to help you find
sites you will be competing against.

Read some of their descriptions. Which ones make you want to
buy their products? Don't plagiarize, but incorporate the
elements of these descriptions in your own.

Also, by searching through a pay-per-click, you'll be able
to see bid amounts (to help you decide how much to bid),
you'll also find out if your key words are as targeted as
they should be.

Don't rush this process. By taking the time to select the
right key words and write a good description, you increase
your chances of getting more targeted traffic.

Now, once you have a good description and key words, it's
time for you to begin to submit your site to the

Just as each site is different, so are the pay-per-clicks
different. You will need to select the ones that you think
will work best for you based on your site.

Here are a couple of good places you can find pay-per-click
search engines:

This next site offers 100s of pay-per-clicks, but they also
offer some pretty neat tools to help you track your campaign
as well as bid management:

Once you've selected the search engines that you want to
submit to, make sure that you track your campaigns and
manage your bids.

Here are a couple of free tools you can use:

I recommend you track your progress for at least a few days
before making any changes. When you do make changes, change
only one thing at a time. That way you can find which
element of your campaign is not working.

Once you're getting sufficient click-thrus and salesPsychology Articles, you'll
have a easy to use promotion system that takes only a few
minutes a day to maintain.

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