Google PPC which stands for Pay Per Click is an advertising strategy where you pay Google every time someone clicks on your keyword that you bid on. Then your goal is for your prospect to opt into your website or make a purchase from you. This worked very easy when the masses were not trying it and before Google got stricter with the rules. The main selling point with Google PPC is you only paid when people had an interest clicking on your ad. This beats the old fashion ad in the newspaper where you have to pay regardless if people look at your ad or not.
So why did top marketers switch to a Google PPC Alternative? The high cost of advertising and Google developed stricter rules to be allowed to advertise. In the beginning a marketer could choose a very generic keyword and forward prospects to a website already set up. This could be done for as cheap as a nickel per click and it was easier to get your website on the first page of a Google search. Now it seems you are lucky to get a keyword for a $1 per click and you need an original website with original content to be allowed to advertise.
Being on the top page of Google is still an effective strategy. However, to get the best return on investment marketers are advertising Free ways as a Google PPC alternative. The Free ways are know as SEO or search engine optimization. Google does love original content so marketers have switched to writing their own blogs, own articles, and own videos. Now these do work with consistent effort over time. Below I will explain some other strategies that get faster results.
Google is not the only way to generate leads. I will list some other Google PPC alternatives without paying Google or trying free ways to get on a Google search. Some of the hot strategies today are: PPC Facebook, PPC Twitter, Solo Ads, Ezine Newsletter Advertising, and Pay Per View Advertising. Now all these strategies work with the right approach. The key is to learn one strategy at a time with the right training.
You might be wondering why PPC Facebook, PPC Twitter, Solo Ads, Ezine Newsletters Advertising, and Pay Per View Advertising work? The reason is similar to why PPC Google Advertising worked for a decade. You have the ability to reach a massive targeted audience and very few people are doing it. At least only the top 3% of the online community are the ones cashing in on this strategy. Facebook and Twitter will allow you to hit a select group of the target audience you want to market your business towards. Solo Ads and Pay Per View Advertising also allow you to do the same. Now you may be wondering, sounds great but how can I learn? You can opt into the resource box below to start your training today. This will be the quickest way to take 12-24 months off your learning curve.