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"Niche" that's profitable - A Critical Step in Affiliate Marketing

If you have decided on your “Niche”, that’s great, but that’s the easy part. There are few more very important steps to be taken before you start finding suitable affiliate programs and join them. 662 more words

Affiliate Marketing Basic Principles

Unleash The Power of PPC/Paid Search

The Power of PPC

PPC or paid search has revolutionized how we find and use information. It helps fulfill an innate human need – to better understand the world we live in. 738 more words

Google AdWords


Sources quoted by the Wall Street Journal say Amazon, which already has a small business placing ads on other websites, is ramping up to challenge  59 more words

Search Engine Marketing

AdWords Revenge - How To Make Money With Google AdWords In 2014 And Beyond

Forget About Panda’s, Penguins and Slapping Because We Can Make Over $100 A Day From Just $10. AdWords Revenge Is Here and From The Producers of The Bestselling AdWords Profits 2! 37 more words

Multiple Ways To Enhance Your Display Advertising Campaigns.

The World Wide Web is a perfect platform to make people watch, listen and browse through your products. With everyday changes in technology, the display advertising campaigns have reached a level where proper and effective planning can make your help you reach millions and billions of people. 580 more words

Brands & StartUps

Getting You Top Billing All The Time

Getting to the top of everything is what we want. Top salesperson, top producer, top service provider, top grosser, top earning company – these are just a few of the ‘top spots’ that many dreams of and strives hard to achieve. 301 more words


The End of Exact Match Keywords: What Does It All Mean?

” On Thursday 14th August, Google announced that they would be making exact match keywords in AdWords redundant in their current form. The close variant keyword matching that Google had given advertisers the option to use on campaigns in the past is now going to be made a requirement as of September 2014. 40 more words

Social Media, SMO