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World’s Top 10 Internet Advertising Websites


 

In order to build a business and boost website traffic to your website, online marketing is a must. Marketing your internet site online is effortless as well as just takes a little bit of study and devotion to acquire recognized. Here is a list of the top 10 Internet Advertising Websites:

Google Adwords (google.com): This is the behemoth of online advertising. No matter what your budget looks like, you can still display your ads with google because you only pay when people click your ads. It is a very intricate advertising platform with stringent rules and regulations for fair play. Once users get the hang of it though it is well worth checking out. It is by far the most popular and still fastest growing advertising medium on the internet.

Microsoft Ad Center (www.msn.com): Similar to Google Adwords but uses Bing as it’s search engine to serve ads in the search engine results. It also has partner networks that display its ads. While it doesn’t have nearly the massive audience that Google has, it still makes bidding on keywords less expensive and could end up saving you money by extending your dollar further. It is worth a try.

7 Search (7search.com):Small player in the paid ads category. It uses a scaled down niches and search engines to display Pay Per Click Ads. Some people claim that bidding on keywords with this company is cheaper than the big competitors.

Facebook Advertising (www.facebook.com): This site lets you post your ads listed on the most popular social media site. Advertising here is literally a gold mine for small businesses. It uses the traditional Pay Per Click type advertising but the main difference is that you get to add an image to go with your ad. You still get great exposure to your target audience and develop a presence on the web , even if your ad doesn’t get clicked. This site lets you create mini billboards for millions of users to see.

Stumble Upon Paid Discovery (www.stumbleupon.com): This site is still largely unknown to most people but drives more traffic than both Facebook and Twitter. At this site you pay between .05 and .25 cents for everyone that stumbles upon your site. This type of advertising is good for products or services that have general appeal and not as targeted as PPC and Facebook advertising.

Twitter Advertising (www.twitter.com): Until recently this site was too expensive for small businesses to advertise with. Now it has recently launched a new advertising program for small businesses that is affordable. It is still new and now invitation only and partnered with American Express but plans to open to the public soon and will be a huge success.

Craigslist (www.craigslist.org): This site lets you post classified ads for free. The site targets local communities and offers free posting of classifieds of all types. You can utilize this service to enhance your presence on the web, as well as your local community. There are also a huge number of followers on this site and it is one of the most popular places to advertise.

Live Deal (www.livedeal.com): This site helps small businesses create a mobile profile and get their website on the map. It makes sure your website can be seen across all platforms of mobile devices and smartphones. This site is no longer free and charges a fee for services, however, it seems to target a much broader audience.

UsNetAds (www.usnetads.com): Another place to advertise by using their free classified ads. Ads are 100% free to post and require no sign up to go live. This site is also very popular and generates traffic just by advertising your business with them.

Zoozads (http://www.classifieds.zoozads.com/ ): This site lets you advertise your company and boost traffic by allowing free classified posting to their classifieds page. Over 30 million people visit the site and over 3000 businesses advertise here.

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