Hi my work is thinking of paying to get listed and to advertise. It is a video duplication company, lots of TV spot distribution, video archiving, dvd authoring, video and file conversions. http://evideoexpress.com/
sounded good for only $25 a year but seems new and doesn't have any reviews online.
Hoping for other suggestions.
Adwords seems like the best suggestion because anyone who uses Adsense creates a blog or website or hub and titled or tagged it with video, tv, dvd or any words which has your company' name and service will most likely have your ads displayed on their page.
Or you can give popular international clubs like Kodak Club a try and advertise on their page..
I would use Adwords. You will pay more, but the ads will be targeted towards multiple sites that have your keywords.
Did a quick background check on the site you mentioned and I wouldn't touch it with a 1 inch pole. A site with a Pagerank of 1 won't help your company. Didn't find anything useful that you couldn't find in other sites.
I don't ever pay to get listed on any site.
I would imagine that dealing with a major advertiser ie:adwords or yahoo would be more beneficial to you.
Smaller site are notorius for taking money, then shutting down because they don't get enough revenue to pay their hosting
https://hollywoodomnibook.com/ has not been cached and the domain was registered on 09-oct-2006 so it’s probably not worth paying a penny to advertise there.
Do you have a Yahoo and DMOZ listing? If not that would be the place to start.
If I have picked you up correct http://evideoexpress.com/ is the site that the links would be pointing to. If that’s the case you might want to rethinking the flash thing and putting some content on your site.
You should not get backlink from just any website but from a website and a page that is related to your website. Like if your hubpage is on bags and you are getting links from a songs website then google sees that with suspicion
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