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Use Of PPC Marketing Campaigns

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Guest Blog Post By Charlene Burke, CEO, Search By Burke

One of the most important aspects about managing and operating a successful online company is a factor commonly referred to as reputation management. It is a fact that many brick and mortar establishments rely a lot on the web to advertise and market their products and services to customers across the domain, they usually try to do so in a positive manner. It is also possible that the internet can be a death knell should some other party or person begin bashing a business online.

In order to handle these negative comments and reviews that might be made online, it becomes necessary to learn how to handle these views. While a single bad comment on popular social media may not have that much effect, a business owner has a chance to make a response. One of the ways this can be done is by using pay per click advertisements or PPC. PPC is one of the premier methods of advertising on the internet and will likely provide lots of opportunities to receive viewership, then using PPC advertisements on certain select websites will suffice.

If a blog post on Blogger or Word Press is promoting lies or bad mouthing a business, then it can be reported so that the offending post is brought down. When doing this, it is important to make use of PPC and to avoid using insulting or abusive language. It is much better to remain impartial and to always be polite even with PPC. This way, the customer and the business owner will both be happy with the outcome. A good business can be advertised on the internet via pay per click or PPC advertisements.

  1. May 19, 2013 at 4:27 pm

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    • enertiamarketing
      May 19, 2013 at 5:32 pm

      Thanks I’m glad you found some value! Ron

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