[QUOTE=PPCLinking;1226030][B]Everyone has a different version of what a lot of clicks are.[/B]
If you all want to be honest with yourselves..
Look at your lifetime stats on your website.. Then look at how many sign ups you have ever had and divide it by the number of visitors and this will give you an "idea" of what you can expect for a sign up ratio..

There is an advantage of clicks compared to impressions when you're in it for the long haul.. Impressions which will be much higher than clicks is "Branding"
As you know, the more familiar people are with your company.. simply by seeing your links, the more trust worthy your brand becomes.. I believe this pays off in the long haul for clicks to sign up ratios.. This is important to remember when using any PPC program..[/QUOTE]

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Did you know What is the meaning of ppc and why need to do it ? find below five tips for ppc.

  1. Write effective ads. Google, Yahoo! Searching Marketing and other services have limits on characters per line. With Google, it's tough not to push the limits because space is so narrow. With Yahoo! Searching Marketing, focus on getting your message across without consuming every character. Long ads may discourage people from reading them.
  2. Choose the right search terms. If you go after the broad phrases and terms, you'll pay top dollar. Strive for more descriptive and specific search terms that reflect your products or services.
  3. Use bid management software. Software can regulate your bids and turn off keywords. You might be interested in clicks during business hours; you might not want to pay for those clicks at 1 a.m. (There's less of a chance that it's a business prospect at that time of night).
  4. Test. Test. Test. Try different keywords, ad copy, landing pages and calls to action. Put your budget - whatever size it is - to the best use after effective evaluation. The Search Engine Marketing Industry is estimated to reach $23 billion by 2010. The vast majority of SEM investment in the coming years will involve pay-per-click.
  5. Map out a strategy. Don't go after every possible keyword or phrase. Target your online ads around business priorities--such as seasonal purchases, your most profitable products and services, etc.

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