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Websites that run PPC

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jimjones44, Nov 19, 2010.

  1. jimjones44

    jimjones44 Registered Member

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    Can anybody suggest a method to find out if a website is running or has ever run Google Adwords?

    A bit of software that can check this, would be awesome but if it's a manual job then I have the man power that can handle that too.
     
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    Just look for the adsense part in the code?
    That fails if the site is using other ad services like openx to serv the adsense ads
     
  3. jimjones44

    jimjones44 Registered Member

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    Oh, maybe a bit of a mixup with what I meant. Finding Adsense code on a site would be a doddle...:)

    I'm after a method that would check sites that are running Google Adwords campaigns on Google's SERPS.
     
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    jimjones44 Registered Member

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    I take it no automated tool exists for this?
     
  5. witness

    witness Newbie

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    you could use the sistrix sem module, but I'm not sure if it has been fully translated yet.

    Code:
    hXXps://tools.sistrix.co.uk/sem/
    pretty neat but costs 100€/month so it's only for advanced users
     
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    keywordspy? i will show even the keywords. 10 or so in a few account and unlimited on paid. is that what you were looking for?