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Speed PPC Version 3: Product Review

Speed PPC3 set to launch, April 8, 2008

One of the most effective — and rapid — solutions to creating a greater number of targeted daily leads for your network marketing business is pay-per-click advertising.

However, you must also be aware that PPC marketing can drain your advertising budget in a hurry, especially if you are not properly trained in using this technique.

I have personally spent hundreds of hours, learning the ins and outs of Google, and I am still not where I would like to be, in terms of cost per lead and cost per sale. It’s very, very competitive out there on the search engines these days, particularly for our industry keywords.

I am going to personally recommend a software tool today that will enable you to play the Google/Yahoo/MSN game, but with far less cost and risk. It’s called Speed PPC3.

In doing my own Google campaigns, I find that I have several obstacles, time and again–

  • Cost per click is too high, for my industry terms (network marketing, home business opportunity, mlm…)
  • It is difficult to know which keywords give the best bang for the buck
  • Too time consuming to manage the campaigns and edit each one for optimal results
  • I have personally used the earlier version of Speed PPC and can tell you that it dramatically reduces ppc headaches. (Of course, you have to learn to use the system first, which took me a couple of days)

    Pros: You will see lower click through costs, better return on investment and excellent tracking of keywords and dynamic landing pages. 30-day, Money back satisfaction guarantee. One-time purchase, no monthly or yearly recurring costs. Launch price is $397.

    Cons:
    This software is not suitable for beginners. On a difficulty scale of 1-10, this is probably about a 4-5. PC compatible only; no Macintosh version. Normal price, after the launch period ends, is $497.

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    For 7 days, you can get SpeedPPC 3 at 20% off.

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