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Get your toughest questions about paid search answered for free

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Do you have a really hard question about paid search marketing, but can't find the answer?

Well, Marin Software along with Search Engine Watch and ClickZ has just launched "Ask the PPC Experts." (No, I didn't write the press release that went out this morning. But, thanks for asking.)

This free online forum allows marketers to get immediate answers to even the toughest paid search questions directly from leading industry experts. But wait! There's more!

Every day from now until July 5, 2010, you are invited to submit a question about paid search on A team of industry experts from Marin Software, ClickZ, and Search Engine Watch will review the questions and pick one to be answered each day.

Marketers are encouraged to ask the experts their most challenging questions; no query is too complex. The person who provides the best question (most challenging, most relevant, and most unique) by March 5, 2010 will receive a free conference pass to Search Engine Strategies New York, to be held March 22-26, 2010.

"Paid search is one of the most challenging and technically demanding forms of marketing - but, if done right, it's also one of the most effective at driving sales," Chris Lien, CEO of Marin Software, said in a press release. "We launched 'Ask the PPC Experts' to give search marketers an open forum where they could receive real-world answers to their toughest questions from some of the most experienced minds in search marketing," he added.

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