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Is PPC Dead For The Little Guy?

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by j21primetime, Dec 13, 2010.

  1. j21primetime

    j21primetime Junior Member

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    I was doing some research with adwords and realized how difficult it is to sell any physical goods as an affiliate. All the big boys have there campaigns running for every individual product i chose. Anyone actually having success with PPC + Individual product links anymore??
     
  2. ozzke

    ozzke Regular Member

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    I don't personally do that no and yes, the big players have a lot more money to invest. But you can always look for alternatives like "productname review" and things like that. Be original, think outside the box, <more IM clich├ęs>
    Personally, I don't do it anymore, I try a different approach.
     
  3. ilikebh

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    Naw man , it's not dead for the little guys . If your a little guy all you need is guts to throw your money , font give up after losing 1k $ just keep going and you will do well . But of course you must track and improve , PPC I would say has gotten alot more technical for the lil' guy .
     
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    There's still room and there are other PPC engines apart from Google. But you've got to be willing to burn some money before you find what works and track EVERYTHING. Definitely not a poor man's game.