San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 18, 2009
MySearchEngineAds.com (http://www.mysearchengineads.com) provides users an effective recession search engine marketing (SEM) solution for online advertising that is ideal for troubled times. The company has created an easy to use website that places online ads on up to 16 different search engines (Google, Yahoo!, and others) in three simple steps for one flat monthly fee.
With the economic downturn hitting the world hard, effective and targeted marketing has never been more important to keep businesses thriving. Pay Per Click (PPC) search engine advertising has proven the most successful medium for marketing and it has made search engines like Google and Yahoo! the behemoths they are today. PPC (also known as CPC) advertising is an efficient way to get your company's word out. However with ad setup being a technical hassle and ad bid prices trapped in a black box, it is easy for a business to overpay for this kind of exposure.
"Google is brilliant at making money," says Todd Stein, CEO of MySearchEngineAds.com, "our system allows the consumer to utilize Google's brilliance, but at a lower price per ad." MySearchEngineAds.com's proprietary system and in-house experts constantly tweak each ad campaign to find the best bid price and keep everything within a flat monthly budget. Says Stein, "Our name is simple and obvious, and we tried to extend that idea into our business. We want to save you money."
MySearchEngineAds.com has been designed to keep client costs down with no additional management fees. Innovative features include a self-setup ad creation wizard, keywords, localization, and payment options. Setup is completed within minutes and ads are up and searchable minutes later. Clients can easily modify ads using the MySearchEngineAds.com proprietary dashboard system and website analytics are tracked by keyword, search engine, location, et al. "The system is so easy that you could setup and run and entire campaign without ever speaking to an account rep…but of course that'll never happen because customer service is our top priority."
"To put things simply," Stein adds "if you are planning on giving Google AdWords $500, you should give it to us instead. Your ad will still be placed on Google, BUT also 15 other search engines AND you'll get better placement, more clicks, and more conversions for that very same $500. There's no better sense than that for marketing your business in the recession."