Alternatives to Google AdWords.
Without a doubt, paying for traffic is the easiest way to build your online business. You can sometimes get results within a few hours– or even a few minutes– of launching your paid traffic campaigns. As soon as the money runs out, usually so does the traffic.
Google isn’t the only game in town. For many marketers, Bing and Yahoo offer better alternatives.
Making money with Internet marketing isn’t rocket science when it comes down to it. All you have to do is use paid or free methods that lead visitor to your offers, then utilize techniques within our content that maximize conversion rates.
Therein lies the problem: Google AdWords is so big that it’s often really hard to get your offers noticed by consumers. It’s simply so filled with competitors that you either have to spend a fortune bidding on the best keywords or risk getting little return for your marketing dollar.
While between the two, Bing and Yahoo only account for 29.2 % of the search engine marketplace, that’s 29 % of billions of online users. And both are not only affiliate friendly, but provide better service.
Best of all, while your competitors are spending a fortune bidding on the best keywords on Google, you can quietly but effectively promote your offers on Bing and Yahoo without overspending on the best keywords.
Plus, Google has one of the worst support structures you are going to find anywhere. Google has been known to ban accounts suddenly and without explanation.
Even though Facebook seems to share Google’s contempt for affiliate marketers, its ad program is worth considering because of its ability to provide extremely targeted psychographic and demographic information so you can tailor your offers not only on things like age, gender and geographic location, but also on likes and dislikes, preferences and interests.
The biggest benefit of solo ads is the price. Your budget go much farther using solo ads as compared to working with a bigger, more expensive marketing platform. And your ads are seen only by people who already have proven to be passionate about your niche.
Two other little-used but highly effective paid methods are Facebook Ads and solo ads.
Secret Free Traffic Methods
When they are searching for answers to niche-related questions, search engines consider authority sites to be anyplace web users go. They include such site as Wikipedia.com, About.com, eHow.com, Yahoo Answers, and so on. Sites with the suffix .gov and .edu also are considered authority sites by the search engines.
Now, social approval signals are the top measure of site ranking. Creating back links to your web pages from high authority sites still can influence your page’s rankings.
Creating Links from Authoritative Sites
Here’s a fast, easy way to create links to your pages from authoritative sites:
You don’t have to spend a fortune promoting your offers or attracting new visitors to your web pages when you use these traffic generating secrets.
You have a new high-target prospect and your page ranking will improve at the same time when readers follow that link back to your page.
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