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Making Money With Pay Per Click Search Engines

Pay Per Click search engines are search engines where you pay to be listed on relevant keywords. The charges are based on the number of clicks that your listings receive, as well as your "bid" which is the amount that you are prepared to pay per click.

Some (but not all) affiliate programs' rules will allow you to place your affiliate link (coded with your ID) directly in pay per click search engine results. Alternatively, you could simply pay to advertise your own site (containing affiliate links).

Note: Each search engine generally also will have rules specifying or whether and how affiliate links can be placed in their search results. These rules may vary between different pay per click search engines.

Of course, paying to advertise on a pay per click search engine is only worth it, if you can do so at a net profit. This may be possible for those pay per sale affiliate programs with relatively high commissions and good conversion of visitors into buyers. Here are some (fictional) examples which illustrate the point:

(Important Note: These figures are just examples that show you how to perform the appropriate calculations - they NOT based on any real business. Your actual numbers WILL BE completely different.)
  • Imagine that you were paying $0.10 per click, for each visitor from the search engine:

    If 0.1% of the people clicking on your ad, were to buy the product and generate you an affiliate commission. Then, provided that you make an affiliate commission of at least $100 per sale ( $0.10 X 100 / 0.1 ) - then you'd make an overall net profit.

    If 0.5% of the people clicking on your ad, were to buy the product and generate you an affiliate commission. Then, provided that you make an affiliate commission of at least $20 per sale ( $0.10 X 100 / 0.5 ) - then you'd make an overall net profit.

    If 1% of the people clicking on your ad, were to buy the product and generate you an affiliate commission. Then, provided that you make an affiliate commission of at least $10 per sale ( $0.10 X 100 / 1 ) - then you'd make an overall net profit.

    If 2% of the people clicking on your ad, were to buy the product and generate you an affiliate commission. Then, provided that you make an affiliate commission of at least $5 per sale ( $0.10 X 100 / 2 ) - then you'd make an overall net profit.

  • Imagine that you were paying $0.25 per click, for each visitor from the search engine:

    If 0.1% of the people clicking on your ad, were to buy the product and generate you an affiliate commission. Then, provided that you make an affiliate commission of at least $250 per sale ( $0.25 X 100 / 0.1 ) - then you'd make an overall net profit.

    If 0.5% of the people clicking on your ad, were to buy the product and generate you an affiliate commission. Then, provided that you make an affiliate commission of at least $50 per sale ( $0.25 X 100 / 0.5 ) - then you'd make an overall net profit.

    If 1% of the people clicking on your ad, were to buy the product and generate you an affiliate commission. Then, provided that you make an affiliate commission of at least $25 per sale ( $0.25 X 100 / 1 ) - then you'd make an overall net profit.

    If 2% of the people clicking on your ad, were to buy the product and generate you an affiliate commission. Then, provided that you make an affiliate commission of at least $12.50 per sale ( $0.25 X 100 / 2 ) - then you'd make an overall net profit.
Here are some additional resources to help you with Pay Per Click search engines:
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  • Misspelled Keywords
    Helps you target misspelled variations of your keywords which people may type into search engines.
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