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Experimenting with Free PPC Advertising

By BloggerKhan

My profession is Management and Marketing and it revolves around outsourcing, ecommerce and marketing on the internet. Wise men say identify what you are passionate about and then see if ...

By BloggerKhan

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I shy away from paid advertising. Not that I don’t believe in it but more so because I think I first need to exhaust free and almost free resources. However; our web host (WPH) was offering Ad Credits worth $150 if we host with them. That is too good a deal to pass so we signed up. We paid them less than $100 for three years of hosting and got Ad credits worth $150. Our next three years of hosting are free + we are $60 or so in the profit.

Anyway, I decided to use the Ad credits today and launched small campaigns on Google Adwords, Yahoo, MIVA and MyAds. Let’s see if there is something to gain. What do we have to loose!

If you have had any experience with PPC ads, feel free to mention your experience, positive or negative in the comments below.

Follow up:

Surprising the best results were from Miva. Out of the four networks mentioned above, I knew the least about Miva. The only reason I tried them was their $25 credit and I am glad I did. In online marketing just like conventional marketing, every penny counts. More so for small businesses. So if you are thinking of Pay Per Click advertising, give a serious thought to Miva. I looked around and they are still offering their $25 promotional credit. If you are like me, take advantage of Free money. Gives you a taste of it on their dime.

To Get your $25 Bonus Pay-Per-Click Ad Credits on Miva. Click here.

Network Cost Per Click (CPC)
Google $0.43
Yahoo $0.30
Miva $0.19
MyAds (Fox network) $0.34


If you have a similar or different experience with PPC networks, please mention it in the comments below. Let’s help each other.

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  1. Tech Guys - July 25, 2010

    RT @bloggerkhan: You can still get $25 in Free advertising credits – see report at http://bit.ly/9WOJf1

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