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Thread: BidonClicks.com (Bid on Clicks)
Nov 1, 2000, 23:45 #1
Hey again, Gang....
Although I'm still fairly new here I've noticed that a lot of community members are heavily into Pay Per Click marketing.
That said, I'm just curious how many of you are using Bid On Clicks service.
It looks really handy, but I've not seen it mentioned and a search through the threads didn't produce any results for it.
Nov 2, 2000, 12:08 #2
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Thanks for the cool resource, JK_Bowman!
Check your site spider-food, pretty good, I bookmarked it
- Son Nguyen
AdSpeed.com - Ad Serving and Ad Management Made Easy
Nov 2, 2000, 13:13 #3
That does look like a good resource to me.
I'm thinking about adding it to my list of primary links but I'm interested in knowing if anyone has had success with it first.
Seems free though.
Nov 2, 2000, 13:18 #4
Thanks for the mention. I am glad you think it is handy. I thought so too when we launched it.
I would love any user feedback myself. We are working on version 2 now and if anyone has a feature they would like to see implemented, now is a chance for your voice to be heard. If you are shy and don't want to post your suggestions here, you can always email the webmaster from the site.
Enjoy the service folks.Andy Bichler
Massive Planet LLC
http://www.BidOnEmail.com - Matching List Owners With Advertisers
Nov 3, 2000, 03:41 #5
Well congrats on your launch!
Incidently, I found your site from an AdWord banner on Google. We've had a few other conversations on here about the effectiveness of that program. I think everyone's still trying to put some numbers on it. But I guess in at least this one instance it worked.
Anyway, you asked for it so here it goes..
How about a feature that searched the standings at several predetermined times during the day and automatically e-mailed the webmaster/marketer if their standings in the listings had changed?
I'm not sure how much would be involved in that, but it would be a nice function. I don't think the fights would come so much from folks trying to rank #4 instead of #6 but I would guess that many people would be interested in staying on the first page of results.