Aside from Google, what is a good search engine for a beginner to start a PPC campaign with?
The thing is, why would you want anything other than Google? SEO gurus mostly ignore MSN and Yahoo simply because Google is the one that matters in terms of driving traffic, and thus income.
bing would be the only other one that I would consider, but it might have minimum amounts though. Not entirely sure on that though. I know yahoo used to but didnt send much traffic.
Personally I would stick to google as it is easy to learn and use, and offers massive amounts of traffic compared to others.
If you have to begin PPC then Google is the first choice, if you have to begin Internet Marketing, then go not for PPC first, spend sometime in SEO first
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