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Contains information about keywords, on page SEO, link building, and social interaction.
PPC
Tips on how to buy traffic from search engines.
Tracking
Learn how to track your success with organic SEO and PPC ads. Includes information about web analytics.
Credibility
Creating a credible website is core to being linkworthy and selling to customers.
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Learn how to make money from your websites.
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Why do Advertisers Spend Billions on Paid Search?

Search ads are easy to target, track, and measure - which make them extraordinarily profitable. Advertisers keep buying more PPC ads because they work, which is why search marketing has grown from $108.5 million to a $16.1 billion industry in about a decade. (Those numbers are US-only, and Google gets over half of their ad revenues from international markets).

The growth has only continued since 2011, with Google recording over $60 billion in revenues in 2014.

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The Dirty Secret of Paid Search Ads

Many affiliate marketers tell you that you need to register at every search engine in the world such that they can get commission from you as you burn your ad budget on low quality traffic.

But the truth is that for most of the world (outside of a few countries like China, South Korea & Russia) there are only 3 search engines you must buy traffic from: Microsoft, Yahoo!, and Google.

Each of these search services has abundant high quality traffic sources

  1. Google is branded as the #1 search engine. They also power the ads on sites like Ask, AOL & Earthlink, in addition to owning YouTube and delivering ads on many newspapers and ecommerce sites.
  2. Yahoo! is the leading web portal with the most traffic.
  3. Microsoft owns the default web browser and operating system.

Even better, since Yahoo! Search outsourced their algorithmic search results to Bing and PPC search ads to Bing Ads (formerly known as Microsoft adCenter), you only need to buy search ads on 2 platforms to reach over 95% of searchers.

Only the Big 3 Search Engines Matter

Are there other PPC networks? Yes. But most of them do not have a large clean source of traffic. Have you ever performed a search at Miva, Looksmart, SearchFeed, GoClick, ABC Search, Search123, or 7Search? Most web users probably have not. In fact, here is a graph of search share in the United States from HitWise:

Notice how 96.51% of search queries are consolidated amongst the top 4 search engines. Google syndicates ads to Ask.com & Microsoft's ads are syndicated to Yahoo!, so you really only need to buy in on 2 engines to access over 96% of US based search queries!

In the half-decade since the above image was created, search query volume has only become more consolidated, which is why:

  • FindWhat & Espotting merged, rebranded into Miva, then were sold off with the rest of Miva's media division to AdKnowledge for only $11.6 million. Before Google went public, FindWhat by itself was worth $350 million.
  • ValueClick announced divestiture of Search123 for a non-material amount
  • Searchfeed.com no longer resolves
  • ABCSearch.com no longer resolves & in 2009 rebranded as Advertise.com
  • GoClick redirects to Marchex. Marchex is primarily focused on call tracking & local lead solutions
  • Looksmart's stock trades at around a price of $2 a share when on a reverse split adjusted basis their stock peaked out at over $200 a share
  • etc etc etc

What About New Search Engines?

While the second and third tier search players have fallen off, most new general purpose web search engines which have been launched (like Blekko or DuckDuckGo) syndicate ads from either Google or Microsoft. In addition to working with Microsoft to power their desktop search ads, Yahoo! is selling some of their own mobile search ads via Gemini. If you partially set up a Gemini advertiser account without completing the process they will email you a coupon to encourage you to finish setting up your account.

It is worth mentioning mobile clicks are valued much lower than desktop clicks due to a higher incidence of accidental clicks and how much harder it is to perform many forms of conversion on a mobile device than on a tablet or desktop computer. Google tried to prop up mobile click prices by rolling out "Enhanced Campaigns," but ultimately they failed to drive mobile click prices higher for years. Here's a recording of a beligerent AdWords "support" person who was angry at a "stupid" advertiser for upgrading to Enhanced campaigns early without talking to his Google Account Manager.

Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn & Pinterest have risen as popular destinations with a large stream of traffic, but in most cases those channels tend to be more aligned with either top of funnel awareness/branding or retargeting/remarketing rather than being high intent channels where an advertiser can insert themselves into the value chain near the end point of the transaction (like they can with search ads). It is also worth mentioning the search ad networks also have display ad features which allow remarketing on their networks.

While clicks on social platforms and mobile devices often tend to have a somewhat limited value, one of the highest intent traffic streams outside of search engines is on Amazon.com. In fact, even Eric Schmidt stated Amazon is Google's biggest competitor:

Our biggest search competitor is Amazon. People don’t think of Amazon as search, but if you are looking for something to buy, you are more often than not looking for it on Amazon

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