Which is the best PPC network

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Dear warriors,

I heard that 7 Search is the best and cheap services to run affiliate PPC campaign, what is your opinion about it. is that is the best or is there any PPC campaign. please advice.
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  • Profile picture of the author dhjtruh
    7search is cheap and there is no doubt that they have good quality traffic. You just need to know how to block bad publishers that deliver bad clicks to your site in order to make your campaign profitable.
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    • Profile picture of the author amalrichard
      How much is the min investment in 7 search, can you please me...
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      • Profile picture of the author DWayne79
        Originally Posted by amalrichard View Post

        How much is the min investment in 7 search, can you please me...

        $50. It was $25 minimum just a couple of months ago, but they recently changed it to $50.
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  • Profile picture of the author dhjtruh
    If I'm not mistaken, the minimum deposit for 7search is $50. Not sure if they have change it or not. You can always go to their website to check....good luck mate.
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    • Profile picture of the author alex4785
      Originally Posted by dhjtruh View Post

      If I'm not mistaken, the minimum deposit for 7search is $50. Not sure if they have change it or not. You can always go to their website to check....good luck mate.

      No idea to go on particular site for ppc..
      Where I'll get complete ppc work detail and earning strategy.

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    • Profile picture of the author bilashmbs
      I am new in ppc side.. please helpe me by yours information
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  • Profile picture of the author badboy_Nick
    Originally Posted by amalrichard View Post

    what is your opinion about it. is that is the best or is there any PPC campaign. please advice.
    The best PPC Network is Adwords and accounts for about 90% of all my traffic. The rest comes from BING (10%). These are in my opinion the best PPC platforms as the traffic quality is excellent which enables you to get a high conversion rate ... and with a good CTR you can also achieve a high Quality Score and thus spend much less per click than normal to keep your overall campaign costs down.

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  • Profile picture of the author dhoomtv
    every body knows its AdWords.
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  • Profile picture of the author michalj
    I think Min. $50 balance required.
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  • Profile picture of the author AffEngineer
    Adwords & Bing. You'll learn a lot faster if you stick with these at the start.
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  • Profile picture of the author aaravisharma
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    • Profile picture of the author Anish
      @Op,
      Adwords and Bing hands down. Adwords burns through budget fast but you can get good results if you do it right. Bing is easier for beginners, in my opinion, because of cheaper costs than Adwords and their traffic is good enough. 7search seems to have mixed reviews. Some say it's great some say it sucks. My results haven't been great with 7search but I must be doing something wrong :/

      Originally Posted by bogomil22 View Post

      My recommendations:
      1. adword
      2. yahoo ad network
      3. bing
      Isn't yahoo ad network and bing merged now? So essentially your 2nd and 3rd is the same, no?
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  • Profile picture of the author sandhyaochre
    Google Adwords and Google Adsense is better but the cost may be high
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    • Profile picture of the author herizalmamin
      Originally Posted by sandhyaochre View Post

      Google Adwords and Google Adsense is better but the cost may be high
      I agree with U, Adwords is expensive
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    • Profile picture of the author mennowijnen
      Originally Posted by sandhyaochre View Post

      Google Adwords and Google Adsense is better but the cost may be high
      You are right. I tryed them and the cost is incredubly high and if you do not create a verry good perfect campaign you could end with a lot of nosense click that does not bring you any money.
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  • Profile picture of the author jony1
    I heared about 7 Search, its a good PPC service provider.
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    • Profile picture of the author internalsoul
      Haven't tried yahoo and bing but Google adwords and 7search are really good. For adwords, if you dont do it the right way, then you can lose some bucks in the initial stage, but consider it as your learning experience. You can always start with 7search with low budget and low cpc. Just go through their tutorials and you can get started.
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  • Profile picture of the author Duccorleone
    7search are affiliate friendly
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  • Profile picture of the author AnthonyCapetola
    Google AdWords 100% - Why? Google controls over 65% of the search market. Nuff said. Easy to use and easy to manage if you understand AdWords.
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  • Profile picture of the author Effortless
    Before purchase any publisher just be sure that who are the bad publisher . Some bad publisher provide fake traffic, which is not helpful for your PPC. 7search is good. Be careful.
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    • Profile picture of the author xsintrick
      Agree with Google, Bing, 7S...these are all very good. Don't discount some direct buys and/or the odd Buy&Sell Ads type sites that offer PPC.

      Your own tracking/analytics scheme is paramount to success, sort out how to evaluate the click traffic in great detail and you can mint money from your campaigns.

      It's hard work and diligence which most people can't/won't do. More for those of us that will I suppose.
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  • Profile picture of the author DWayne79
    I have gotten decent results in 7search and Bing. In 7 search, I wouldn't recommend bidding below .05 cents unless you are just looking for opt ins, or leads. Although I have gotten sales bidding low on 7search, I would recommend .05 cents or higher and try to use exact match for keywords as much as possible.
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  • Profile picture of the author AdNetworks
    i can't use Adwords
    but i'm using chitika & infolinks
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  • Profile picture of the author svetod
    Adwords and Bing with no doubts....
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    • Profile picture of the author banwork
      Google AdWords
      Facebook Ads (for some products and emotionally charged information)
      Microsoft/Bing AdCenter
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  • Profile picture of the author sinsabor
    If you are targeting an specific demographic, then you should go with facbook ads. If targeting based on keywords, Adwords y is the best.
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  • Profile picture of the author Navyskater23
    Well adwords is the biggest network for sure, and they have quality traffic, but the problem with them is they charge a lot per click, and have a ton of competition.

    I would suggest holding off on them until you get some experience.

    My suggestion would be 7 search, and bing.

    I believe that 7 search is definitely one of the simplest to setup, and use.

    Bings also great, and has some high converting traffic, Also you can get a $100 voucher coupon from fiverr so that you can save a little bit of money while you test them out.

    Also FB is great as well. Especially when targeting demographics.
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  • Profile picture of the author onlineempireani
    Adwords and Bing is no doubt ranks top in this regard. And there is the mixed review regarding 7 Search in terms of quality traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author sarah maegan
    If it is me, I would choose Google Adwords. If I have the perfect quality score, then there is nothing to worry about the bidding amount! If QS is good, you will get top placement with less cost also.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sandrafrank
    Google Adwords is one of the best ppc network but the disadvantage is of high cost.
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  • Profile picture of the author edaguilar
    adknowledge
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  • Profile picture of the author vikashthakur
    Hello, Google Adwords is one of the best for PPC campaign !!
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  • Profile picture of the author adams26
    Had tried with 7 search was impressed with the traffic. Bing ads is the next hope I get good roi on it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Olavski
    What do you guys think of supportingAds, Eleavers and BreezeAds. I just heard about them, dunno what to think about them
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    • Profile picture of the author dburk
      Hi amalrichard,

      Many people ask about PPC networks, which is best, and you get lots of opinions, however it seems some opinions are from people who have little, if any experience with these networks.

      So how does one decide which is "best" for themselves? You need to first ask yourself what it is that you hope to gain from the ad network. While the answer might seem obvious, you will see that people use a variety of criteria to base their decision on which is best.

      Let me propose a very simple method of discovering, not only which ad network is best, but which keywords and interest groups are best within those networks. All of the major PPC networks allow bidding in competitive auctions to set the price per click of ads on their network. So you see it is the advertisers themselves that determine the Cost Per Click based on what they are willing to pay, which generally is determined by the value per click.

      So it goes that the ad network with the highest CPC is also the "best", as determined by actual advertisers who carefully measure the value per click and adjust bids to capture that value in the most efficient manor they can muster. As several people have asserted in this thread, AdWords does indeed have the highest value per click of all the networks, which manifests in the higher CPC that you see.

      Generally speaking, the higher the CPC the higher the value, and the greater the potential profit. So if it is profit you seek, you are most likely to make the most profit in ad networks with the highest CPC. I realize for some this may feel counter-intuitive, but if you engage your brain and give it some thought you quickly realize that the networks aren't setting the prices, advertisers are and they know better than anybody what the value per click is within the network.

      Conversely, the ad networks with the lowest CPC are likely the worst networks, the ones that offer the least value per dollar of ad spend, and you will generally be well served by avoiding low cost PPC networks as they are low cost because they have little to no value.

      Naturally, there are some rare exceptions, outliers we call them. Please realize these are rare and generally not sustainable, and seldom worth pursuing.

      Another thing to consider is your own experience and skill levels. If you are inexperienced and going up against experienced and highly skilled marketers, you might not be able to extract the same value from PPC traffic as your more competent marketers are, and for this reason you may be tempted to chose cheaper less effective ad networks, but this too is usually a mistake. Most ad networks will allow you to set daily budget limits and you can keep your costs inline while you develop your skills to the point you can compete effectively.

      If you are unable to invest the time and resources into learning PPC marketing, then hire someone experienced to get you to profitability quickly. I don't think selecting the worst PPC networks and putting out the least effort to learn is a winning strategy. If you want the best results, hire the best people, and advertise on the best networks.
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  • Profile picture of the author vikash_kumar
    Good to know about "7 Search" from fellow Warriors,

    However, As per my experience!
    Adwords is a well known search traffic provider and certainly the No.1 but i have always got the better conversions with Bing.

    Wish you best!
    Vikash
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  • Profile picture of the author BoostSales
    You have to keep testing the waters when it comes to PPC.

    There are many factors with PPC such as landing page, target keywords, creatives, demographics and target market.
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    • Profile picture of the author svetod
      Originally Posted by BoostSales View Post

      You have to keep testing the waters when it comes to PPC.

      There are many factors with PPC such as landing page, target keywords, creatives, demographics and target market.
      Very well said - never stop testing and looking for more keywords, as otherwise you won't be able to succeed.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vixoma
    Adwords and Bing are the best PPC.
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  • Profile picture of the author SanwalC
    Hey guys, does google adwords allow sales pages to advertise?
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  • Profile picture of the author kaufenpreis
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    The best and top PPC publisher network is Google Adsense. If you are not getting approved by them you can try the alternatives.

    Based on the visitors you receive from USA i recommend you to apply for Media.net (Yahoo Bing contextual ads). It is the best alternative to Google Adsense.
    And few more alternatives are
    Tribal Fusion
    Chitika
    Infolinks
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris3000
    Media.net sucks and is a ripoff IMO. I read reviews from others saying they let your site run for a month and then say it has invalid clicks and cuts you off. I thought it was just people being bitter and I submitted, got approved and things seemed okay at first, then their numbers dipped, then suddenly I was given the boot for invalid clicks. I know my site is 100% valid, 90% US traffic and they were just dicks about the whole thing. Completely unprofessional and not worth it at all.
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    • Profile picture of the author mushmush
      What about networks that accept paypal? Which?
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