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Free PPC Success Tips for Beginning Affiliates

Linda Buquet

Pay-Per-Click (PPC) advertising is something most affiliate marketers know they should use in their marketing efforts. Unfortunately, some people are afraid to try it because they are 1) afraid of the process, or 2) have spent some (or a lot of) money with Yahoo!, Google AdWords, and others with little or no success.

<a target="_new" href=""><img src="" alt="ppc affiliate marketing" align="left" hspace="10" /></a>And that's where the <strong><a target="_new" href="">July 2007 issue</a> of Affiliate Classroom Magazine</strong> can help affiliates and Internet marketers alike.

Unless you're a copywriter, one of the hardest, but most important, aspects of PPC marketing is writing your ad. “<strong>How to Write Winning PPC Ads</strong>” walks you through a five-step process to make sure you can write an ad that not only gets clicks, but can help lower your monthly advertising budget.

“<strong>PPC Essentials for Affiliate Marketers</strong>” briefly explains the PPC concept, then gives a brief overview of the good, bad, and ugly sides of PPC. Then on the lighter side, you will discover the four essentials that should be included in every PPC Campaign.

Don't go away without reading “<strong>The Many Uses of PPC Marketing</strong>.” You'll find many new ideas and ways to use your new knowledge of PPC to grow your business. And, last but not least, you'll discover the secret of using a PPC campaign to do research using: “<strong>Google AdWords: The Ultimate Niche Research Tool</strong>”

All of these articles are important to PPC success you can read them in the <a target="_new" href="">free Affiliate Classroom Magazine</a>. It’s a PDF publication; you can download it directly (no email address required).

Linda Buquet

Thanks I always forget to mention the back issues but there is a ton of great
info that's FREE and unbiased - so take advantage of it.



Thank you so much Linda for sharing this. I am relatively new but I hope some lessons will help me move ahead..

Many thanks to contributors