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Quite a few people are searching for the term “yahoo adwords” online. But don’t be disappointed when you don’t find it. Although Yahoo doesn’t actually have a program by this name (like Google Adwords). . .Yahoo does offer you the chance to use PPC or pay per click ads. In fact, it’s called Yahoo Search.

Yahoo PPC works under the same principles of any pay per click on any search engine. You do some keyword research. You create some ads to target that those keywords and you advertise your business.

Here are some great reasons to use the Yahoo Search Pay Per Click Program.

- It offers you a great free keyword research tool. Do not start advertising unless you make full use of this.
– It offers you a free conversion tracker to see how your traffic converts into sales
– It offer you extensive reporting tools
– You can make sure to never pay more than the daily budget you allot.
– You only pay when your ad gets clicked on
– You can get very targeted traffic if you pick your keywords correctly

Here are some reasons that “Yahoo adwords” might work better for you than Google adwords. First of all, while it is true that Google gets the most traffic compared to Yahoo, MSN or many of the other search engines, it is more difficult for beginners to take advantage of that traffic because they can’t afford to compete with the higher bidders. Some keywords can even cost $10.00 or more per click just to get you somewhere on the first page.

Where a keyword on google may cost you $1.50 per click, that same keyword on Yahoo, can cost only about 30 cents per click. Will you be getting as much traffic to your ad on Yahoo? No. But you will be able to afford the traffic you are getting and, once you start profiting from that traffic, you can invest some of your profits into more Yahoo PPC or move some of it over to Google.

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Remember the key to being successful with any PPC campaign, whether it be on Google, Yahoo, MSN or any of the other hundreds of search engines, is to start out targeting non-competitive keywords. Yahoo offers you all the tools to be able to see what keywords people are typing in that are relevant to your business and to evaluate which ones are too competitive and which ones aren’t. Although you will get very few clicks in the beginning, once you start adding more and more advertisements, the clicks will all start to add up as well.

So, although you will never be able to find Yahoo Adwords in any search you do online, the basics of pay per click still remain and the Yahoo Search Pay Per Click program offers an excellent platform with informative tutorials and training on using their tools and system.

What Are The Top PPC Sites Today

When most people hear PPC, they think Google Adwords. And for good reason. . .In the US, Google leads the top PPC sites and now controls 74% of all searches in the US. Yahoo holds 11% of the market share and MSN 9% of the pie. The remaining 6% goes to all the other search engines combined. While Google is probably the best place to start with your PPC campaigns, there are reasons to consider some of the other search engines, if not now, then later on. Why start with google?

First of all, it’s extremely easy to get started with Google and the initial one-time fee is minimal. Another benefit of using google is that it’s very easy to track which keywords are converting and which ads are getting the best click-through rates. Also, the sheer amount of traffic you’ll get with google is the main reason you want to start there. If you can’t get the results you want with Google Adwords, you most likely won’t be able to do it with any of the other search engines either.

When should you consider other PPC Sites and which ones should you choose?

Once you make some money with Google AdWords, move your most profitable keywords and best ads over to the other PPC sites. MSN is definitely on the rise and currently matches or betters the search results that Google does today.

MSN is also spending about 20 times more than Google on advertising so it’s likely that it will win more market share from Google over the next year and continue to do so. As with Google Adwords, the initial start-up fee with MSN is minimal, making it easy to get started.

Yahoo! Search Marketing is generally considered to be a little more expensive but offers fantastic tutorials and support and provides detailed reporting tools to help you track your ads’ performances. If you want fast results and you’re willing to pay top dollar for a well-known site with a worldwide reputation, Yahoo! Search Marketing is the place to advertise.

7Search is another up and coming PPC Site with traffic reaching up to 1.5 billion searches a month. The company also claims better Return On Investment than either Google or Yahoo! because of their high quality traffic sources. The initial start-up fee is $25.00.

Why move to other top PPC sites?

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The advantages of using Google Adwords are clearly ease and popularity among information seekers all over the world. If you are new to PPC, you’ll definitely have to start advertising with the very low searched keywords on Google Adwords because the competition will be extremely high for those terms that most widely sought online. It’s getting harder and harder to make a low bid on Google Adwords and still come up in the top rankings. Google is also frowned upon often by its advertisers for its changing of rules without much (any) notice. This is what companies who own 75% of the market share have the luxury of doing.

These top PPC Sites should eventually all be included in your marketing plans for the most thorough coverage and results.