what is the best PPC networks

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I have little experience about this PPC network Adwords, Bidvertiser, 7search, Infolinks, and LookSmart. But, I don't have enough knowledge about it.
Anyone help me about best PPC network.
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  • Profile picture of the author martworld
    Best one is adwords. But it is expensive too. Next comes Bing ads. They have about 15% market share in the US market.
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  • Profile picture of the author sraubbba
    Thank you very much.
    Adwords is so competitive and expensive.
    Have you others reference ?
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  • Profile picture of the author AdNetworks
    Google Adsense is best CPC ad network.
    but if you can't use Adsense , you can use Infolinks .
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  • Profile picture of the author sufeyh
    Top 3.

    AdWords: high quality, high volume, high cost
    Bing: high quality, low cost, low volume
    Fb: high quality, high volume, demographics targeting, broad range of costs.

    I like FB best.
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  • Profile picture of the author tofast4u
    Yes, I choose FB, because it is high quality and CR, it has many parameter for you to spilt test.
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  • Profile picture of the author MrJaswal
    My vote is going to Google ad-sense.
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  • Profile picture of the author ghost209
    i don't even mess with networks like 7search.

    i'd pick one of these and focus on it: Google, FB, Bing, POF
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    • Profile picture of the author ifediri
      Originally Posted by ghost209 View Post

      i don't even mess with networks like 7search.

      i'd pick one of these and focus on it: Google, FB, Bing, POF
      Sorry, which one is POF?
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  • Profile picture of the author sraubbba
    What is the best PPC networks for adult and dating CPA?
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  • Profile picture of the author powerofschool
    Google and Yahoo Bing
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  • Profile picture of the author universalyoga
    Google AdSense, Media Net, Bidvertiser, Chitika, Clicksor, Infolinks, Vibrant Media, Exit Junction, PocketCents, Blogads, Kontera, CPX Interactive, Click Booth.
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  • Profile picture of the author tasolglobal
    According to me the best is Google Adwords. Its more reliable and transparent along with good support.
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  • Profile picture of the author bassem formula
    Of course AdWords is the best.

    However, you can use Bing and Fb. They are less competitive and lower costs than AdWords.
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  • Profile picture of the author techforce
    Although Google is the best but it does not like direct affiliate links so you should direct your traffic first to a landing page
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  • Profile picture of the author reln
    I have worked with bidvertiser, 7Search, and Clicksor and have not had success with any of them. You need to have a minimum of $200 to use Clicksor. Of course these are all different.

    Search Networks:
    Adwords
    Bing
    7Search

    Content/Display Networks:
    Adwords Display Network
    Bing Content Network
    Facebook
    Bidvertiser
    Clicksor
    Infolinks
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    • Profile picture of the author wslade
      I haven't tried Google in many years. I do occasionally give some of the others a try. I can't say I have had any real success with any one in particular.

      I do have some recent minimum requirements that differ from @reln's info. The Clicksor minimum is lower than $200. I don't recall exactly but it is in the $20 range. And I recently tried to sign up for Infolinks, they quoted $15,000 for what they called a pre-payment..
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  • Profile picture of the author BacklinksPlus
    Adwords
    Bing
    Fb ads
    Youtube Ppc
    Reddit Ppc
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    • Profile picture of the author wanify
      If you're in the dating sector then Wanify can pay you 70% commissions on all CPC.
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  • Profile picture of the author n3o
    adwords still by far the best & scalable
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  • Profile picture of the author Lemonzer
    I never try adwords and learning bing ads now.
    I've tried fb ads. Very good Conversion with dating offers before but i think nowadays fb don't like much dating site.

    Fb ads convert well for local physical products btw ..
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  • Based on my testing:

    Adwords is great. People always say it's too expensive, however with the right strategy you can get ads very cheap.

    Bing Ads are very often high-converting (Or at least in my case)

    7Search is another great network. By far the cheapest.

    I say:
    1) Register for Adwords, Bing Ads & 7Search
    2) Setup conversion tracking on all of them
    3) Test which converts best for you

    With the right traffic strategy all ad networks can be great
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  • Profile picture of the author n3o
    7search have pretty cheap traffic but i personally didn't have much good conversion..
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  • Profile picture of the author jessicalad
    The best PPC networks are Google adwords, Yahoo, Bing.But the most used and successful is Google adwords PPC Campaign.
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    • Profile picture of the author jjones111
      Yeah well I would assume that it depends a lot on the market you are trying to target as well, because I had different results with the same products on Adwords and Bing so I would say that you either somehow manage to learn all that there is about your niche and target it as best as you can with every click provider or you just simply try them out one at a time and see which one works. But I do agree with the majority of people here and I too say that Google, Bing and Facebook are your best bets in actually making money with PPC. If these work you can try the other services as well, but if they do not generate you any profit then it is quite probable that the other services will make you even less. But again it depends on what you are promoting and on plenty of other variables so try everything out!
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  • Profile picture of the author matthewtaylor99
    Originally Posted by sraubbba View Post

    I have little experience about this PPC network Adwords, Bidvertiser, 7search, Infolinks, and LookSmart. But, I don't have enough knowledge about it.
    Anyone help me about best PPC network.
    Go for Google Adsense , Microsoft and Yahoo partner network and BuySELL ads these are finest while there is some problem with each while you get one.

    All other suggestion would not pay you much!
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  • Profile picture of the author ifediri
    Some are saying AdSense, AdWords, FB and Bing with MediaNEt,
    It's a bit clustered after seeing the Question and Comments... Is the Poster trying to Advertise or Earn
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  • Profile picture of the author leilapearse
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    Well, when it comes to PPC, Adwords is the popular as this is the most commonly used PPC network. Next would be Bing and then followed by Facebook.
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    • Profile picture of the author dburk
      Originally Posted by skypreet View Post

      Most of the ad networks mentioned in the comments above have very high PPC or CPM rates. I would definitely tell you to try AdChron. That's because the majority of their publishers are from United States, Canada and France, Indonesia. Their rates are way smaller when you compare it with other ad networks. Good Luck.
      It's the "value" dummy!

      In PPC networks the advertiser sets the rate, if the rates are higher, it is because the value is higher. Even with higher CPC you often get superior value per dollar invested by using the top rated ad networks. The third tier of ad networks often give you far less value per dollar invested, despite the lower per click cost.
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  • Profile picture of the author olivia69
    In my view google is the best PPC network.
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  • Profile picture of the author AravGupta
    OP if i were you i would start off my PPC journey with Bing because i believe once you learn the traits you can apply them to adwords. Also Bing is not that strict compared to adwords when it comes to direct linking of campaigns. Bing has usually good traffic if you looking to target US audience.
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  • Profile picture of the author PriyaN12
    Adwords, Bings, Fb ads are good ppc networks
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  • Profile picture of the author katty5005
    Google AdSense
    Media Net
    Bidvertiser
    you can try some of these out
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  • Profile picture of the author asimnawaz
    Originally Posted by sraubbba View Post

    I have little experience about this PPC network Adwords, Bidvertiser, 7search, Infolinks, and LookSmart. But, I don't have enough knowledge about it.
    Anyone help me about best PPC network.
    I will also suggest you AdWords, Bing, And FB.
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  • Profile picture of the author World Leads
    In my personal opinion if you are looking for a PPC Network to advertise with, you must have an idea on what kind of Offer / Vertical are you going to promote.

    If you let me know what do you have on your mind, I would gladly help you to suggest PPC Networks that works for that Vertical.

    Cheers,
    Zoltan
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  • Profile picture of the author nayemkhulna
    AdWords and Bing are best but Bing has potential customers.
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  • Profile picture of the author kcbowman
    Bing can work, but they often will disable your account without giving you an explanation. I have a feeling they do some sort of illegal data collection stuff to screen people.
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    • Profile picture of the author solarwarrior
      Originally Posted by kcbowman View Post

      Bing can work, but they often will disable your account without giving you an explanation. I have a feeling they do some sort of illegal data collection stuff to screen people.
      But none of my students have this issue so far.

      They do have bots to check for your card, ip and various other parameters to determine if you are trying to game the system; just like Adwords and Facebook does.

      Out of the big 3, Bing is the least stringent of all.

      If you are having problem with it, I don't think the other 2 will accept you either.

      FYI: Every advertising platform is in data collection business.
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