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Where can I find a list of Google PPC rates?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Too Much Coffee, May 29, 2012.

  1. Too Much Coffee

    Too Much Coffee Registered Member

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    Hi all,

    I've been reading this site and others in the last few days, in an effort to educate myself

    in the basics and also the finer points of SEO. This site is an absolutely invaluable

    resource and I consider myself luck to have found it.


    That being said, I have a confession to make... I can't find the list of what Google is

    paying for PPC keywords. I've searched here and on the web, but I can't find the list. That

    makes it rather difficult to build a website if I don't know what keywords to use.

    I was really impressed with the demo of Uniches that I saw, but the price for the software

    isn't in my start up budget. (unless they offer a free 5 day trial or something)

    Or, would it be easier and cheaper to just find someone on Fiverr to run a Uniches search for

    me?

    Last tarded question: Is there a free or low cost software that I could use to harvest (and/or post to) AA
    blog and site urls instead of buying Scrapebox? It looks like an impressive tool, but I'm not
    quite ready to jump into dedicated servers, 20 proxies and South American bank account.
    Can I do the searches manually if I'm only looking for a small number of URL's- like say in
    the 500 to 1000 range just to get started?
    Or is outsources links (on fiverr) the best route for a low cost start up- I worry about the quality of the sites/links.

    Sorry to have to ask such a noob question for my 1st post, but you guys really seem to know your stuff, so I'm just going to break down and ask it.
     
  2. Too Much Coffee

    Too Much Coffee Registered Member

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    Bueller??? anyone help a tarded newb here?
     
  3. assphuck

    assphuck Senior Member

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    If you want PPC prices, why don't you just login to Adwords and get them? They have an external tool as well if you don't want to login.