This is my first post on the forum away from the WSO special offer area, so please be gentle with me!
One of the first IM guides I ever bought was 'The Rich Jerk' (just under ten years ago). In that guide, a 'traffic middleman' strategy was described, where you purchase cheap clicks from lesser known search engines and send them to Google Adsense sites that pay out much more per click than you have to pay for the traffic.
The Rich Jerk stated that on some of the smaller search engines, competitive buyer keywords that would be very expensive to bid on using Google adwords, can be bid on for much cheaper amounts.
The smaller search engines that the Rich Jerk recommended to get traffic from were: Search123, enHance, SearchFeed, GoClick, 7Search, Findit-Quick, Looksmart and Kanoodle.
I am thinking about trying to implement a similar strategy to this, but I am guessing that most of the search engines mentioned above are now out of date. Does anyone know of any up-to-date alternative search engines to Google that I could look at?
Also, ideally, I would like to find a PPC search engine that had the facility to show data on the search numbers / average bid amounts for different keywords etc.
I have heard about Bing and infolinks, but I am not sure if these would be suitable. If anyone has any experience of using these, or knows of any other search engines that offer cheaper PPC traffic, I would be greatful if you could let me know.
Thanks for your time!