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There’s no faster way to get targeted traffic to your website than with paid search, also known as pay-per-click (PPC) advertising. What’s more, it’s usually easy to test on a small budget and expand as results warrant. Because it’s easy, however, doesn’t mean it’s easy to do well.
Selecting keywords to attract only qualified traffic is just the start. Crafting ads that sell with just 12 to 15 words requires great skill. Then mastering the nuances of bidding strategies, match types, quality scores and the like can make all the difference in the profitability of the program.
Pay-per-click advertising is so powerful that nearly every niche marketer should at least test it. But if you do so, give it the best test possible by working with professionals who bring judgment, experience and proven techniques to the table.
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