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Making The Million Dollar Club - Google Adwords

on 18 July 2011  Google, SEM  15 Minutes, Advertisers, adwords guide, Auction Style, Credit Card, Dollar Club, Google, Google Adwords, Google Engine, Google Search, Marshall, Referral, Search Engine Results, Traffic, understanding google adwords, Ups, Ups And Downs, Website Advertising, what is adwords, what is google adwords

We've recently broke in the the Google Adwords million dollar club. While it's taken us some time to reach this goal there are companies that spend a million+ on Google Adwords advertising each month.

Here's a small screen shot from our account  below>>>

If you are looking to get traffic to your website, advertising with Google Adwords is the fastest way to do it. You can set up an account, load it with funds from your credit card and then start getting traffic in as little as 15 minutes. We've had our ups and downs with Adwords, but we've been profitable.

I'm in the process of getting my referral codes from Google to give potential new advertisers anywhere from a $50-$100 credit for setting up a new Adwords account.

Want to get the most out of Adwords? Perry Marshall wrote the first book on Google Adwords. You can get a copy of his book here:

What is Google Adwords?

Google Adwords is essentially an auction style of bidding on specific keywords for placement on Google SERPs - Search Engine Results Page(s) Check out the screen-shot below:

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Selling A Domain Name On Craigslist: NOT

on 12 March 2009  Domain Names  10 Years, Buy And Sell, Buy Domain, Buy Sell, Buyer Seller, Ceo Jim, Craigslist, Cred, Credit Card, Developer, Domain Name Sales, Domain Names, Domain Names, Domain Sales, Domain Services, Entrepreneur, Erotic Services, Geo, Merchandize, Sell Domain

I have to give the folks at Sell-My.com some cred for their post (post appears to be deleted or moved as of 1/1/2010). As a buyer, seller, developer of domains for over 10 years I'm still surprised at some of the wrongfully placed ill-will still out there for folks that buy and sell domain names.

Apparently, Craigslist considers Erotic services less of an evil to society than some entrepreneur trying to sell a domain name. While i've been able to successfully sell a couple of geo domains on Craigslist, nearly all of my ads of lately have been flagged for immediate deletion.

So, if you if you provide erotic services and have a credit card, you can do business on Craigslist under a "special" category. The Craigslist police have stated in several posts that domain names are not tangible and you cannot touch them. I guess erotic services are OK because you see and touch the merchandise.

CEO Jim Buckmaster: You are missing an opportunity to earn some additional revenue. Set up a special category for domain name sales and let those of us who are legit pay... or aren't domain name sales erotic enough?