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Title: adv in search engine
Post by: daniel on April 09, 2012, 09:31:35 PM
i was asked one time by friend if i do advertise in google or yahoo...
so i was thinking to do that, it will bring good traffic to site  and increase inquires but i'm bit worry that i live in NY and i may get in trouble if doing that

any advise?
Title: Re: adv in search engine
Post by: alexslogan on April 09, 2012, 11:09:35 PM
You can get some decent SEO with a blog and cross-links. I think I show up on the first page of a google search under a bunch of key words and I haven't done much more than that.
Title: Re: adv in search engine
Post by: Steven Duane on April 10, 2012, 01:24:33 AM
ask cole...
Title: Re: adv in search engine
Post by: winddancer on April 10, 2012, 03:02:18 AM
I always feel that its better to rank organically in the Search Engines instead of paying for Google Ads (PPC).  So many people either don't click the ad because they know it's an ad (like me!).  Or click it "just to see".  I'm not sure there are actual buyers at the ends of those clicks.

Where as if you build your website using today's web standards as published by http://www.w3.org with good clean code and search engine friendly code, I think you will find yourself ahead of the game.

The whole trick is to find your key phrases and build your content around them.  That's the ticket to higher meaningful click through ratios that turn into conversations with you!
Title: Re: adv in search engine
Post by: daniel on April 10, 2012, 10:12:46 AM
You can get some decent SEO with a blog and cross-links. I think I show up on the first page of a google search under a bunch of key words and I haven't done much more than that.

thanks alex for the info..im getting pretty good rank in google and good traffic. adding that my site is still new..maybe in a little while gonna get better..
Title: Re: adv in search engine
Post by: daniel on April 12, 2012, 05:48:27 PM
I always feel that its better to rank organically in the Search Engines instead of paying for Google Ads (PPC).  So many people either don't click the ad because they know it's an ad (like me!).  Or click it "just to see".  I'm not sure there are actual buyers at the ends of those clicks.

Where as if you build your website using today's web standards as published by http://www.w3.org with good clean code and search engine friendly code, I think you will find yourself ahead of the game.

The whole trick is to find your key phrases and build your content around them.  That's the ticket to higher meaningful click through ratios that turn into conversations with you!

you are absolutely  right...hmmm maybe you should start doing web designing and marketing /clap2 /clap2 /clap2..
Title: Re: adv in search engine
Post by: Guest007 on April 12, 2012, 05:53:59 PM
I always feel that its better to rank organically in the Search Engines instead of paying for Google Ads (PPC).  So many people either don't click the ad because they know it's an ad (like me!).  Or click it "just to see".  I'm not sure there are actual buyers at the ends of those clicks.

Where as if you build your website using today's web standards as published by http://www.w3.org with good clean code and search engine friendly code, I think you will find yourself ahead of the game.

The whole trick is to find your key phrases and build your content around them.  That's the ticket to higher meaningful click through ratios that turn into conversations with you!

you are absolutely  right...hmmm maybe you should start doing web designing and marketing /clap2 /clap2 /clap2..

I think she already does, Daniel.
Title: Re: adv in search engine
Post by: daniel on April 12, 2012, 06:00:44 PM
I always feel that its better to rank organically in the Search Engines instead of paying for Google Ads (PPC).  So many people either don't click the ad because they know it's an ad (like me!).  Or click it "just to see".  I'm not sure there are actual buyers at the ends of those clicks.

Where as if you build your website using today's web standards as published by http://www.w3.org with good clean code and search engine friendly code, I think you will find yourself ahead of the game.

The whole trick is to find your key phrases and build your content around them.  That's the ticket to higher meaningful click through ratios that turn into conversations with you!

you are absolutely  right...hmmm maybe you should start doing web designing and marketing /clap2 /clap2 /clap2..

I think she already does, Daniel.

that's what i feel like...she is pretty good in marketing mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm /seren
Title: Re: adv in search engine
Post by: Joseph Masterson on April 12, 2012, 10:11:11 PM
Last time I tried PPC advertising in google, I was suspended because they don't carry ads for escorts, prostitutes, or VIP or intimate companionship services. Just thought I'd throw that out there.
Title: Re: adv in search engine
Post by: winddancer on April 13, 2012, 02:26:48 AM
you are absolutely  right...hmmm maybe you should start doing web designing and marketing /clap2 /clap2 /clap2..

Ummmm, yeah.... I've been in Marketing since 1994 and specifically focused on the web industry since 2000.  I know a thing or two.   ;)
Title: Re: adv in search engine
Post by: daniel on April 13, 2012, 10:40:42 AM
you are absolutely  right...hmmm maybe you should start doing web designing and marketing /clap2 /clap2 /clap2..

Ummmm, yeah.... I've been in Marketing since 1994 and specifically focused on the web industry since 2000.  I know a thing or two.   ;)

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm guys..we have a very special marketing adviser here ,,,,, /cheers
Title: Re: adv in search engine
Post by: daniel on April 13, 2012, 10:42:55 AM
Last time I tried PPC advertising in google, I was suspended because they don't carry ads for escorts, prostitutes, or VIP or intimate companionship services. Just thought I'd throw that out there.

you know joseph,  a few months ago, i saw in google that an agency did an advertising there, and it was there for  a while, the agency is only for male companion in NY and LA, in their text they did not say any sex...so i guess it is ok if you site not offering any kind of sex or whatever related to it