Google Adwords VS Yahoo Gemini

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  1. jp_smith86

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    Hi Guys,


    I'm planning to start a new project. And planning to start with Paid ads in the initial stage. As with google's recent update. Lots of campaigns are being suspended by google. So thought if its a good idea to start with Yahoo Gemini.

    I won't be doing any cloaking or any Phishing, pop up or pop ads kind of campaigns.



    What are your thoughts?
     
  2. Peter Wilson

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    If you aren't doing any Blackhat ads, why not Google? They ban because people violate their TOS doing BH campaigns and all !
     
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    Okay. I read Gemini's bid rate is bit lower than google. So thats is another point too. But i'm not sure if its true.
     
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    Not really, it depends from keyword to keyword. And to be honest i have achieved 1 cent clicks on both Google and Bing. So what could be cheaper than that ?
     
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    Gemini is a up and downhill battle, traffic quality doesnt compare to google, clicks are alot cheaper though
     
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    Sounds good. I'm going to start with Adwords then. Lets see how this works.