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    searchfeed as a advertiser ?

    has anyone tried searchfeed as a advertiser ? it looks promising ...

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    Very low CPC rates, so you can get alot of clicks for cheap.
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    I hadn't actually thought of doing advertising with it. I'm normally keyed in to "publisher mode" all the time. I may try it for my dating site.

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    Infact I might give it ago when I've redesigned my jewelry site...

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    Very simple interface and easy to use. I would recommend it.

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    Yeah, I've used it a fair bit since that original post. It's great.

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    So have I, I really like it.

    Only thing is you won't get as much traffic as overture, google etc. There are advantages to using it over them as well though.
    Don't you just love free internet games ?

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    I tried using them as a publisher and the rates were rather dismal (or low). so I'm sure it's quite good from an advertiser's perspective.
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    Yeah, I wouldn't use them at all as a publisher now. Only time I'd use them before was for like a search page, but now there's adsense for that.
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    They have a good few tools in the advertiser area that help get related traffic to your site.
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    i will check em out, I am interested in buying some traffic, will let you know what i think..

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    Yeah, they seem to give better results than some of the other smaller ppcse's.
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    It's bid is OK,payment allways on time.

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