Begginer, How can I find websites that advertise on google

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I need to find websites that advertise on google. Im using SEMRush and cant do it
I was tasked with finding out how so please help
#advertise #begginer #find #google #websites
  • Profile picture of the author NetMan
    Hi Djordje

    Should you first make sure you understand yourself the question you ask.

    What do you mean exactly by "advertising on google"? That's a very vague question, and the answer can be more than overwhelming asked as is, there are many ways to "advertise on google" and, well, let me guess, hundreds of millions of websites using their advertising services.

    What's your goal?
    What do you want to accomplish?

    Regards,
    Andy
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    • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
      Originally Posted by NetMan View Post

      Hi Djordje

      Should you first make sure you understand yourself the question you ask.

      What do you mean exactly by "advertising on google"? That's a very vague question, and the answer can be more than overwhelming asked as is, there are many ways to "advertise on google" and, well, let me guess, hundreds of millions of websites using their advertising services.

      What's your goal?
      What do you want to accomplish?

      Regards,
      Andy
      My guess is that they are looking for sites to send email spam to, offering their Google advertising optimization services to.
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    • Profile picture of the author Djordje Rasic
      Well, I need to find sites some sites that advertise themselves on google search results you know.
      Then we contact these sites and offer them our services. Im a begginer tho, so im just there to find leads. (I was tasked to do this through SEMrush though)
      I hope you understand better now, and maybe you can help me.
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      • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
        Originally Posted by Djordje Rasic View Post

        Well, I need to find sites some sites that advertise themselves on google search results you know.
        Then we contact these sites and offer them our services. Im a begginer tho, so im just there to find leads. (I was tasked to do this through SEMrush though)
        I hope you understand better now, and maybe you can help me.
        I guess I nailed it!
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        • Profile picture of the author NetMan
          Originally Posted by dave_hermansen View Post

          I guess I nailed it!
          I see what you mean however, with his clarification it sounds more like "cold clients outreach" than "sending spam" it's not the same thing even though some may think it is.

          If you are offering a service and when you visit a website among your target market and find that they would need your service there's absolutely NOTHING WRONG in contacting the website owner to offer your service. lol

          And that is everything as a good sale tactic but spam. Especially if you contact them from the information they left on their website, then it is more than legitimate to contact them since the owner leaves a meaning TO BE CONTACTED.

          Cheers!
          Andy
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          • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
            Originally Posted by NetMan View Post

            I see what you mean however, with his clarification it sounds more like "cold clients outreach" than "sending spam" it's not the same thing even though some may think it is.

            If you are offering a service and when you visit a website among your target market and find that they would need your service there's absolutely NOTHING WRONG in contacting the website owner to offer your service. lol

            And that is everything as a good sale tactic but spam. Especially if you contact them from the information they left on their website, then it is more than legitimate to contact them since the owner leaves a meaning TO BE CONTACTED.

            Cheers!
            Andy
            You can justify it however you want, but getting email from companies that you did not solicit is no different than receiving phone calls that you did not ask for. Both are legally considered spam, which is why the federal Do Not Call list and the Can Spam Act exist. Sure, you can get away with it once, but you better have an opt-out in those emails for people/businesses to be removed from your list and honor it.
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            • Profile picture of the author NetMan
              Originally Posted by dave_hermansen View Post

              You can justify it however you want, but getting email from companies that you did not solicit is no different than receiving phone calls that you did not ask for. Both are legally considered spam, which is why the federal Do Not Call list and the Can Spam Act exist. Sure, you can get away with it once, but you better have an opt-out in those emails for people/businesses to be removed from your list and honor it.
              Hey Dave,

              I'm NOT justifying anything I'm stating facts as how it works in sales. Been fourty years in sales of all kinds, I think I know how it works. Plus in hosting for twnety years, I think I know what SPAM is. It is not when you hate to "being solicited", that's not what spam is. Plus you states laws that you seem to not really know the details of. What I described as a way to contact leads, the OUTREACH technique, which is done by millions daily is perfectly compatible CAN-SPAM law, and has NOTHING TO DO with a "do not call list".

              Your comment sounds confused, but for sure you should read again carefully as what you are talking about could be legitimate but is TOTALLY another thing than what we are talking about here.

              Have a nice zen day.
              Andy
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              • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
                Originally Posted by NetMan View Post

                Hey Dave,

                I'm NOT justifying anything I'm stating facts as how it works in sales. Been fourty years in sales of all kinds, I think I know how it works. Plus in hosting for twnety years, I think I know what SPAM is. It is not when you hate to "being solicited", that's not what spam is. Plus you states laws that you seem to not really know the details of. What I described as a way to contact leads, the OUTREACH technique, which is done by millions daily is perfectly compatible CAN-SPAM law, and has NOTHING TO DO with a "do not call list".

                Your comment sounds confused, but for sure you should read again carefully as what you are talking about could be legitimate but is TOTALLY another thing than what we are talking about here.

                Have a nice zen day.
                Andy
                Perhaps you need to read a little more closely before you start reacting emotionally and lashing out. As I stated, you can get away with it once but you better have an opt-out with your unwanted, unsolicited message, and you better honor that opt-out when it is requested or you are definitely violating the can-spam act.
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                • Profile picture of the author NetMan
                  Originally Posted by dave_hermansen View Post

                  Perhaps you need to read a little more closely before you start reacting emotionally and lashing out. As I stated, you can get away with it once but you better have an opt-out with your unwanted, unsolicited message, and you better honor that opt-out when it is requested or you are definitely violating the can-spam act.
                  LOL wow that's so funny and immature of you. The art of attributing to others what one has conceived in his own imagination...

                  Who's reacting emotionally, me? And, where is the lashing?

                  You have no more arguments, or sound refutation to what I'e said, no, you stated what you stated, you state it again and that's it, we have to shut up?

                  YOU are the one who came with a presumption against the OP and thrown false accusation at him on top of that based only on your OPINION... And then YOU lash emotionally if we do not agree with you (it's the second time now), and then you make us waste our time and get totally off topic. This is not a SPAM not SPAM debate and your contribution as an initial comment has NOT brought anything constructive... And now you want to add more ???

                  When you read (not sure if you do it outloud or in your head) keep in mind that you CANNOT guess the state of emotion of the other party, the tone of its voice is not necessirely the one you think you hear, and so what you believe is only IN YOUR HEAD.

                  Precisely, there was no emotionally lashing reaction on my part at all, you just did not appreciated to be contradicted, clearly. Because all I did was stating simple facts... All without anger or any emotions in the like, ho yes just a little smile on the face while I write because I like to help others... It's all I've been doing, it's my only motivation and intention whatever your emotions crystal ball detects...

                  Thanks for participating
                  Andy
                  P.S.: about what you'd stated, I did think I'd need to clarify that, and as a sign again that we're not talking the same thing, when you are contacting someone from the information they left on their website, you do NOT need any opt-out meaning fgs, you have just contacted them by their own mean you have not put them on a list fgs, you have just contacted them... they're not on a list... nor on a phone call list... It's not because you do not like to be sollicitated that way that it is automatically SPAM...
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                  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
                    Originally Posted by NetMan View Post

                    LOL wow that's so funny and immature of you. The art of attributing to others what one has conceived in his own imagination...

                    Who's reacting emotionally, me? And, where is the lashing?

                    You have no more arguments, or sound refutation to what I'e said, no, you stated what you stated, you state it again and that's it, we have to shut up?

                    YOU are the one who came with a presumption against the OP and thrown false accusation at him on top of that based only on your OPINION... And then YOU lash emotionally if we do not agree with you (it's the second time now), and then you make us waste our time and get totally off topic. This is not a SPAM not SPAM debate and your contribution as an initial comment has NOT brought anything constructive... And now you want to add more ???

                    When you read (not sure if you do it outloud or in your head) keep in mind that you CANNOT guess the state of emotion of the other party, the tone of its voice is not necessirely the one you think you hear, and so what you believe is only IN YOUR HEAD.

                    Precisely, there was no emotionally lashing reaction on my part at all, you just did not appreciated to be contradicted, clearly. Because all I did was stating simple facts... All without anger or any emotions in the like, ho yes just a little smile on the face while I write because I like to help others... It's all I've been doing, it's my only motivation and intention whatever your emotions crystal ball detects...

                    Thanks for participating
                    Andy
                    P.S.: about what you'd stated, I did think I'd need to clarify that, and as a sign again that we're not talking the same thing, when you are contacting someone from the information they left on their website, you do NOT need any opt-out meaning fgs, you have just contacted them by their own mean you have not put them on a list fgs, you have just contacted them... they're not on a list... nor on a phone call list... It's not because you do not like to be sollicitated that way that it is automatically SPAM...
                    1) Yeah, calling someone "immature" is not reacting emotionally at all.

                    2) Nobody "made" you (which for some reason you have now defined as "us") waste [your] time. You decided to do that all on your own.

                    3) Perhaps you have some really convoluted interpretation of Requirement #5 in the CAN-SPAM Act. Sure seems like an opt-out is mandatory to me - no matter how you got an email address. Whether you have a list or not, emails still have to have n opt-out - even if you know you are only going to send that one email to somebody. I also highly doubt most people are adhering to Requirement #4, which is including your "valid physical postal address" in any email sent to people.

                    https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/busi...guide-business
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                    • Profile picture of the author NetMan
                      Originally Posted by dave_hermansen View Post

                      1) Yeah, calling someone "immature" is not reacting emotionally at all.

                      2) Nobody "made" you (which for some reason you have now defined as "us") waste [your] time. You decided to do that all on your own.

                      3) Perhaps you have some really convoluted interpretation of Requirement #5 in the CAN-SPAM Act. Sure seems like an opt-out is mandatory to me - no matter how you got an email address. Whether you have a list or not, emails still have to have n opt-out - even if you know you are only going to send that one email to somebody. I also highly doubt most people are adhering to Requirement #4, which is including your "valid physical postal address" in any email sent to people.

                      https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/busi...guide-business

                      Yawwwnnn...
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      • Profile picture of the author NetMan
        Originally Posted by Djordje Rasic View Post

        Well, I need to find sites some sites that advertise themselves on google search results you know.
        Then we contact these sites and offer them our services. Im a begginer tho, so im just there to find leads. (I was tasked to do this through SEMrush though)
        I hope you understand better now, and maybe you can help me.
        Djordje, thanks for the clarification.

        It sounds to me like you've got a job that you are not qualified to do, and are now desperately looking for HOW TO ACCOMPLISH YOUR TASK before your boss finds out... ! loll

        Lookout for Ninja Outreach dude you should be extremely well served with that incredible tool.

        Cheers!
        Andy
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Hunsons
    did you use ahrefs?
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Try spyfu and similar tools

    These tools specialize on finding competitor advertisers on all niches on Google

    Find the niche you're looking for, find the advertisers, get their sites, get their contact info

    WARNING: lead outreach usually has a very LOW conversion rate - 1:1000 is not unusual

    You need a large starting base of leads to pull this off

    To get the volume you're looking for, you might want to look into getting a VA
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  • Profile picture of the author 55sadhikar
    Use the keyword on semrush; it will give you list of sites that ranks for the keyword...
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  • Profile picture of the author alvagab
    I had a very similar task to perform not that far ago. Here is how I solved it:
    1. Download top 1M websites list
    2. Get SimilarWeb stats on those sites by using SimilarWeb API
    3. Select those websites that have paid search score > 0
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  • Profile picture of the author alvagab
    You can also get websites with specific technologies from BuiltWith and then gather data only on those websites. For example, if you need only those websites that use email marketing tools, you download a list of AWeber, MailChimp etc sites from BuiltWith and then collect traffic data from SimilarWeb API.
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