How to Sell Links: Understanding How Content Marketing and Google SEO Works

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Selling links to Google, how this interfaces with Google SEO, and the future of content marketing
The psychology of selling ads to other businesses, including websites that already have an established user base

The different types of paid advertising on the internet

Pricing guide for paid advertising

What you should be aware of before committing to any particular Make money selling backlinks.

For the sake of full disclosure, I will start by saying I am not an SEO or internet marketing professional. I am an internet marketer by trade, but the Internet is more about selling things than it is about selling links.

We will cover many topics in this article, so here are some questions to ask yourself before you read on:

What are you after? Do you want facts and figures to show that Google Links-Traffic is working for your SEO business? Or do you want to know how website owners can benefit from paid advertisements on their own websites? There are two types of advertisement in this article:  Google AdSense and Google AdWords.  Here are some questions to ask yourself about each type of advertisement, so you can get the most out of this article:

Google AdSense: Do you want to know how to use Google AdSense on your website?  If so, read on.  If not, skip this section. Do you want to know how Google AdSense makes money? If so, read this section. If not, skip it.

Google AdWords: Do you want to know what Google AdWords is? If so, read on…
Once you have taken the time to answer all of these questions, you will be better equipped to benefit from reading this entire article.  It all begins with an overview of the different types of paid advertisements on the internet.

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What is paid advertising?  These days, your company probably spends a lot of money on advertising every year.  You might spend thousands of dollars on marketing campaigns, but how many of those dollars are spent on paid advertisements?

Pay per click (PPC) advertising is one of the most common forms of paid ads. It works well for local businesses because you can have specific ads served up to a set geographical area. If you want to reach people who live in the United Kingdom, you can target your ad to UK-based PPC traffic. The main downside of PPC is that it’s expensive.  While Google does not disclose its pay-per-click rates, we have a good idea that they are higher than the following numbers.  
Here are some PPC advertising pricing guidelines:

Ad Network Pricing Guide:

Google AdWords PPC Cost per Click

The price of a click from an advertiser depends on many factors, including the advertiser’s bid amount and the performance history of keywords related to the advertiser’s ad group. The goal is to have the right amount of traffic from high-quality users, with low enough costs per conversion that you can make money.

We know that Google charges significantly more per click than other major PPC networks like Yahoo and MSN. We also know that large companies like AT&T and Microsoft can afford to spend three times more on advertising than the average small business without blinking an eye. As a result of this information, we believe Google charges more per click because they are able to get away with it. Since Google has over 50% of the search market share worldwide, most searchers don’t even consider searching for something else.  On the other hand, if you are paying $1.50 per click, and most searchers are using Yahoo or MSN search engines, then you are getting very little traffic for that $1.50.  As a result, most small companies can’t afford to do PPC advertising for their business because the cost is too high compared to the return on investment.

As you can see, there are many different types of paid advertising on the internet.
Now that we have gone over the different types of paid advertising at a high level, let’s dive into Google’s AdSense program.  You will notice that Google has its own banner ads on this page promoting AdSense opportunities for website owners.

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