CPC Management Tools

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CPC Management Tools

Post by seaboat »

Dear all,

I am a freshman in search engine optimization and newcomer for this forum. I have launched my ads compaign in Google Adwords for some time. Now, I want to choose a optimization tool to hlep me in bids management. I do some researches, but hard to get a clue since too many information in Internet. I need some professional suggestions.

Actually, I have downloaded a software for testing: [b]Dynamic BidMaximizer Advance[/b] from http://ppcmanagement.com/free_trial.htm

Is this one good? Anyone can give me some idea or other suggestions? Thanks a lot.

seaboat

I prefer Dnyamic BidMaximizer

Post by seaboat »

Thanks for your reply.

I am running a small family business. I can't afford Go Toast's monthly fee.

I am evaluating Dynamic BidMaximizer at the moment and find its very handy. It already makes my sites the top list at the first page in Google Adwords. If there is no problem during the testing, I probably buy it.

Furthermore, Dynamic also provides some valuable packages, which include other online marketing utilities.

So, I just want someone who has experience with this software to give me some suggestions. Thanks

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I think the best way is to control you PPC by yourself, that way you can manage your spending and have more control.

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Cost per click engines is more expensive

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instead you should take the help from an Seo Expert this is more cheap
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I'm not sure about ppc bid management, I think you need greater control than what a lot of this software provides. You need to set your max bid based on your business model and then user Google Adword relevancy techniques to decrease your CPC. If you're into Google Adwords I highly recommend the perry marshall course.

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Iv'e found that http://tools.seobook.com/general/keyword/#results is the best for researching phrases.
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can anybody help me in google cpc?

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If i'm running google adwords program for our clients then how much i need to charge them??

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Re: can anybody help me in google cpc?

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netprophet wrote:If i'm running google adwords program for our clients then how much i need to charge them??
You have a few options here. 1) you could charge a flat fee for managing the campaign, or 2) you could charge them a monthly fee based on the amount they are spending.

Either option would be good.

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Re: can anybody help me in google cpc?

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index-it wrote:
netprophet wrote:If i'm running google adwords program for our clients then how much i need to charge them??
You have a few options here. 1) you could charge a flat fee for managing the campaign, or 2) you could charge them a monthly fee based on the amount they are spending.

Either option would be good.
Thanx ...

But at what percent I should charge from my client. :roll:

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Post by smilemaker »

Eavesy wrote:Iv'e found that http://tools.seobook.com/general/keyword/#results is the best for researching phrases.
thanks for the link

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Re: can anybody help me in google cpc?

Post by datasolution »

netprophet wrote:
index-it wrote:
netprophet wrote:If i'm running google adwords program for our clients then how much i need to charge them??
You have a few options here. 1) you could charge a flat fee for managing the campaign, or 2) you could charge them a monthly fee based on the amount they are spending.

Either option would be good.
Thanx ...

But at what percent I should charge from my client. :roll:
you can charge per hour basis...
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Post by mrLenin »

submit wrote:I have only used GoToast, so I can't advice on anything else. Check out GoToast below:
http://www.atlasonepoint.com/
I know this software. Really great, but...

Investment:
$739.89/mo or $24.66/day, not cheap, yeh?

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Post by anxietyguide »

Is there any FREE online tools for this matter?

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Re: can anybody help me in google cpc?

Post by markov »

datasolution wrote:
you can charge per hour basis...
Will it be feasible for the customers ?

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