Advolution, The Next Revolution in Search Engines, Launches

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Advolution, the next revolution in search engines, has launched a third-generation search engine and affiliate network that radically changes the underlying economics of search engine marketing.

Advolution (http://www.advolution.com), the next revolution in search engines, has launched a third-generation search engine and affiliate network that radically changes the underlying economics of search engine marketing.

Google and Yahoo have shown that the amount an advertiser is willing to pay to be associated with a search term correlates well with how valuable that listing will also be for the searcher. However, under their pay-per-click systems, advertisers have to pay for every click and are increasingly victims of "click fraud" (competitors clicking on the ads to deplete funds or search engine affiliates clicking on them to make money).

Under Advolution's pay-for-position system, advertisers pay only once to have a listing associated with a search term. Search results are ranked by the dollar amount paid for each listing. In case of a tie, the older listing takes precedence. Advertisers (and searchers) receive the benefit of pay-per-click without having to pay for each click.

Advolution listings are similar to the search results at other search engines, except that with Advolution advertisers have full control over:

  • How their listing looks.
  • What search terms it is associated with.
  • Where it shows up in the search results.

ABOUT ADVOLUTION

Advolution provides a compelling new search engine alternative for searchers, advertisers, and affiliate partners ("the benefits of pay-per-click without the actual pay-per-click"). Searchers receive quality Advolution listings and can also click through for additional results from other search engines. Advertisers free themselves from having to pay for each and every click. An affiliate program with a generous 50% revenue share is also available. Additional information: http://www.advolution.com

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