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Thursday, November 30, 2017

There is nothing better than subscribing to Pay per Click Management

There is nothing better than subscribing to Pay per Click Management

Pay per Click Services is a very familiar term in online advertising and marketing. A hired vendor sets up the advertisement for you, places it at the top of the search result pages. The visitors come over, identify it and click on it. With every click, the business makes money and the search engine playing host to the campaign takes a cut out of the revenue.

Given below are some of the most important reasons behind putting Pay per Click Management into effect.

1. The campaign is put on the top right or some other enviable position. Your ad stands out from the rest. People see it better and are more likely to click on it. Also, it cuts through geographical barriers. It is not only limited to a particular area or demography but to other spread out places.

2. The credibility of the ad campaign goes up amazingly. Since your appeal is a very global one, people recognize and identify with it and think of it as highly as they can.

3.Pay per Click Management accounts heavily for the popularity of your business. The entire essence of your business packed into one crisp hyperlink and placed appropriately at the top ensures people take a look at the same from close quarters.

4. Stability is the greatest asset behind Pay per Click Services. The campaign exemplifies that virtue and accounts for the steady manner in which the business grows and asserts itself on a very open forum.  

5. The responses are pretty instant because of Pay per Click Management. The higher click through ratio ensures this happens. The placement of the advertisement at the right place enables the end user to click on the same with a lot of effortlessness.   

6. You get to assert complete control over your ad campaign. The thing about Pay per Click Services is you have the required authority you need to command proceedings. The number of clicks and the money coming in through them are all under your supervision.

The benefits strengthen the case to hire Pay per Click management and ensure the process aids the business in making money.

This form of online advertising ascertains high monetary benefits. The fact there is little fuss surrounding it appeals very highly to the end user. Everything is packed into one small hyperlink, the keyword is right there somewhere in the middle, a click takes the end user to the landing page and whatever information is being searched for is available suddenly.

The concept has a very universal appeal and pleases a lot of people around. Folk everywhere just want to come over and make that elusive click which takes them directly to the landing page. That page in turn has the content that people seek and they retrieve the same accordingly.  

Guaranteed returns are a commonality through this process. Just use it well and see your money making a lot of money in the process.


John Anthony is Internet Marketing Consultant and currently associated with IDS Logic, SEO Services India, offshore outsourcing company and SEO Company India providing Internet marketing solutions to global clients.

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Blogging is Nothing New

Blogging is Nothing New

The first blogs were written before the American Revolution. Although you would think from all the attention this form of communications is getting that the blog is a recent phenomenon. To the contrary, the advent of the Internet and its popularity is what fostered the blog-o-sphere, but the concept flourished hundreds of years ago.


Back in pre-revolutionary times, there were few newspapers and most of them simply reprinted articles from the London papers many months later. The popular way to learn what others thought was through personal conversations, speeches, sermons, letters and pamphlets. It was these pamphlets that were the precursor to today's blog -- independently produced, highly-opinionated, single-minded in purpose, short on content, and directed at a broad unknown audience.


There were thousands of pamphlet publishers when less then three dozen newspapers existed. By the end of the seventeen hundreds, there were nearly one hundred papers which grew to four hundred by 1810 and twelve hundred by 1835. Early publishers were politically oriented, openly backed candidates and served as a forum for party philosophies; but as papers covered more news topics, this became less of a driving force. The importance of pamphlets diminished as the papers got stronger and their numbers increased.


It took another hundred years for muckraking and sensationalism to become the thrust behind the news. As the progressive movement emerged at the beginning of the last century, from the right with Roosevelt and the left with Wilson, newspaper syndicates were formed to support or attack the changing philosophies. During and after WWII, the papers assumed the mantle of guardians of the truth. Political reporting helped cement this status while papers fought television news for credibility. Now, with newspapers losing readers, circulation and revenues, we are returning to the pamphlet type of publishing for information - only this time it's through the magic of the Internet.


While newspaper or TV reports are not always accurate, the large organizations normally support their reporting with research. This was not the case with pamphlets then and is often not the case with blogs today. In a free society, opinions should always be welcomed, even if we don't agree with them; but we need to carefully consider who spawns these statements and what agendas are being advanced by them. We need to know if the blog is fair in its reporting or committed to a single point-of-view. It makes sense to check out other blogs offering opposing opinions so you can intelligently weigh the information and make your own decisions.


There are too many important issues facing us as Americans to not study what caused the problem and the effect various solutions will have on us and future generations. As pre-boomers, isn't that our responsibility?



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Don Potter, a Philadelphia native, was born in 1936 and is a 50 year veteran of the advertising agency business. Now living in Los Angeles, he has written two novels in retirement, frequently writes on marketing issues, and has a blog dedicated to pre-boomers (those born between 1930 and 1945). Read more articles for and about pre-boomers with thoughts, comments and opinions designed to spark thinking, foster discussion, and stimulate debate by logging on to http://www.pre-boomermusings.com




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