Please...I need some Adwords tips!

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Hi guys. I know this forum focuses more on free sources of traffic but I want to experiment with Adwords a little more.

I'd really appreciate it if you guys could post your strategies to using Adwords.


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  • Profile picture of the author TheMagicShow
    There are lots of good posts in the adwords section of this forum
    • Profile picture of the author Michael Dominic
      I like to recommend Ultimate Guide To Google Adwords by Perry Marshall. You can pick it up at any major book store. I paid something like $17 for my copy, it's a great deal.

      Perry goes into detail about all aspects of Adwords and how to keep your costs down. He also explains how Adwords can be used to test a niche or a product.

      It's good information!
  • Profile picture of the author shiraziscool
    i suggest you to keep a few hundred dollars just to experiment adwords! as its one of the most sophisticated advt. system in the world. and can cost you hell lot of money if done the wrong way!

    Suggestion: do experiment with less budget before you throw in loads of cash.

    all the best!
  • Profile picture of the author drr
    I actuallly like using adwords to build my list - Personally, I feel any effort to use adwords without trying to do this is a bit of a waste.
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