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Hello Ladies, I am new to Fab40 and have a question. Have a new online jewelry business. I need suggestions about the best way to advertise. I’m not sure about the CPC. Thank you.




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      Pharmagirl wrote Mar 5, 2010
    • You can check out Google Adwords and view the tutorials on setting up CPC campaigns. Set aside a small budget daily to experiment with and go from there. You should be able to see how many conversions (sales) you are getting from your adds.  

      Also sign up for Google Analytics - a free service that allows you to see popular pages, how customers are finding you, etc. You




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      Anaise wrote Jan 19, 2011
    • I am managing my website on my own and have website development experience.  I was one of the first students in website development back in the late 1990s and still study it on my own.  I will tell you this:  Pay per clicks are not the way to go. Your money runs out before you know it.  You need to connect your website to various directories.  And this is done free if you do it yourself.  If you pay someone to do it for you, get a high schooler to do it instead of a web marketer telling you that they will get you on the first page in 6 months.  I am not knocking these services if you prefer to pay someone.  I am knocking the way they feed their information to the public who has no idea.




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