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Google AdMob Challenges & Rewards

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Google’s most recent numbers show that CPC costs are decreasing, and, at the same time, ROI is growing for online marketers via that particular channel. Where are the cheapest clicks? They’re in AdMob, and they’re ripe for the picking. Google’s most recent numbers show that CPC costs are decreasing, and, at the same time, ROI is growing for online marketers via that particular channel. Where are the cheapest clicks? They’re in AdMob, and they’re ripe for the picking. 0 Comments

YouTube Advertising Options for Budgets of All Sizes

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With such a wide variety of advertising options, YouTube is a serious player in the online advertising world. Adding almost any of these campaigns to your account will almost definitely improve performance, no matter what you’re advertising. With such a wide variety of advertising options, YouTube is a serious player in the online advertising world. Adding almost any of these campaigns to your account will almost definitely improve performance, no matter what you’re advertising. 0 Comments

iLOR Makes Google Even Better

iLOR is a new search service that takes the power and relevancy of Google's results and adds on some nifty features than many searchers may find useful. iLOR is a new search service that takes the power and relevancy of Google's results and adds on some nifty features than many searchers may find useful. 0 Comments

Google Gets Paid Links, Quotes and More Languages

Google has debuted a new self-serve paid links program, while also addingmore language search support and afeature that allows you to locate stock quotes.Called AdWords, the Google paid links program has been running for about twoweeksand has purposely been not heavily promoted so that Google could slowly beta test thesystem. Ads appear to the right of the main search results, not in place of them.They are clearly labeled under a "Sponsored Links" heading andvisually distinct from Google's editorial results Google has debuted a new self-serve paid links program, while also addingmore language search support and afeature that allows you to locate stock quotes.Called AdWords, the Google paid links program has been running for about twoweeksand has purposely been not heavily promoted so that Google could slowly beta test thesystem. Ads appear to the right of the main search results, not in place of them.They are clearly labeled under a "Sponsored Links" heading andvisually distinct from Google's editorial results 0 Comments