Search Engine Marketing Blog, Pay Per Click Journal, Announces Site Redesign with Additional Resources
Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 16, 2008
PayPerClickJournal.com, an extraordinarily helpful website for anyone interested in learning more about the marketing power of Pay Per Click advertising, is very pleased to announce the redesign of the site with additional PPC management resources. PPC advertising can achieve remarkable results for any website but to realize the maximum gains from this search marketing approach, it is essential that keyword research and other factors are considered before the launch of the PPC campaign. The site redesign features a cleaner layout and blog posts are organized into several categories so that readers can quickly find the information that interests them.
An integral part of the Brick Marketing blog network founded and managed by Internet marketing expert Nick Stamoulis, the goal of PayPerClickJournal.com is to provide site visitors with helpful information on how to maximize their investment in PPC advertising. For over ten years, Nick Stamoulis and experts and Brick marketing have been helping clients achieve their goals through Internet marketing strategies such as PPC advertising. This facet their extensive blog network is part of his ongoing effort to educate his clients and help them make informed decisions about Internet marketing.
Nick Stamoulis said, “Achieving results from Pay Per Click advertising is not merely a matter of outbidding your competition for the best page position for selected search terms. There are many factors that must be considered such as target audience identification, keyword research, ad copy, and much more. The goal of PayPerClickJournal.com is to help readers understand all that goes into any effective PPC advertising campaign.”
The blog posts are updated daily and written by the PPC experts at Brick Marketing so that readers gain from his insight and many years of experience in PPC management. The blog entries approach PPC advertising from a number of different angles and shed light on all the aspects that Mr. Stamoulis considers as he crafts each Pay Per Click campaign.
Anyone interested in learning more about the marketing potential of PPC advertising as well as take part in discussions on various topics is encouraged to visit the site at http://www.PayPerClickJournal.com .
nick @ brickmarketing.com
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