Ready to start your Pay Per Click Campaign for your website? Exclusive Concepts specializes in pay per click management. Managing a campaign yourself, if you have never done before; can be costly, time consuming, and far from profitable. Using a PPC management service like the one provided by Exclusive Concepts could actually not just save you money, but actually make more than if you ran the campaign yourself.
Not All PPC Service Providers are the Same
Comparing Exclusive Concepts to competitors you will find a few feature where the other guys just don’t compete. They will make sure only profitable keywords or being used, align keywords to the right product pages, help you set up strategic goals, manage your landing pages, and make sure on-site copy is set up to close to the deal.
Doing it Yourself
I know from personal experience that setting up a campaign can be very expensive, and still have a horrible return. Mainly, because I used to do that kind of stuff myself. It’s not my expertise, but in the process I learned a lot. Most of what I learned was that there is plenty of room to waste money, and do it wrong. If you have a real budget for a PPC campaign, I would strongly suggest using a professional to help you manage it.
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Another webmaster I know has started a new blog, Create A Website for Free. It’s still a baby, so don’t expect much in layout and style, but the content is good. His latest post offers tips on improving your sites design. The blog is being developed for new website developers just starting out. You can find posts about tools you can use, plugins for your site, how to create a free site, and more.
Calling all hosting companies! Here is a killer domain name for you that is for sale. I know a bunch of you that read WCFA have your own hosting sites, well here is a great domain name for you, Personal Web Hosting. How is that for slam dunking the keywords?
The site is not actually owned by me. Just one I came across, and thought it would make a killer domain name for one of you out there. The site has literally been squatted on. It’s been around since 2001, and has only accumulated about five back links. Looking at the Way Back Machine it looks like it has really has not done anything. Apparently, a great idea that never developed.
This could be a really killer web hosting domain name; keyword rich, has PR so you know Google still likes it, and is also well aged. I didn’t see it listed anywhere, so it look like it’s a for sale by owner kind of deal. You can find all his contact information under the For Sale sign on the website. If you have never bought a domain name from someone who owns it already, I would always suggest using a third party to handle the transaction. I have heard of too many cases going sour on this kind of stuff.
If you get it, post it here, and let us know!
One of the things that this blog is full of is directories. I’ve listed a lot of them in the past, and you can find them all here: Directories. What I don’t usually talk about though is how easy it can be to submit to those directories. So here is a post about the directory submitter by Sliq.
I must say that is a pretty sliq…I mean slick logo. Sliq is a semi-automatic directory submitter software. Pretty much every directory submitting software is “semi-automatic”. You basically preload all your info, the software takes you to the directory submission page, fills in all it can, and you are pretty much set to go. Just hit submit, or fill in any blanks and submit.
Sliq offers a free trial version, but it’s only $10 for the full license. Cheap. The hard part is submitting. Even with a killer software package like this, you still need to do some work, but websites don’t market themselves you know. Sliq just makes it so you can submit to 300 directories in a day vs 300 in a month doing it manually. Think it’s worth the $10? Maybe after trying it the hard way you will.
Cool little tip at the end when looking for directory submission software. They often come preloaded with a bunch of directories. Until today, the most I ever saw was 300. Sliq has a cool 1,000 preloaded so have some fun!