WebVisible, PowWeb Offer Click Promo|
Leading software and service provider to the interactive advertising industry, WebVisible, Inc., has partnered with PowWeb.com to create TargetClicks, a custom pay-per-click advertising package that enables small businesses to advertise on search engines, including Google, Yahoo!, MSN and Ask -- with guaranteed results.
"Time is the most critical resource for our small business owners," said Mitch Haber, Director of Product Management for PowWeb. "TargetClicks saves time and resources for our customers by automating the complex process of pay-per-click advertising, while finding the most effective keywords that consumers are using to search for businesses from which to shop. With guaranteed results to the small business owner, TargetClicks is a marketing investment that any small business with a website should consider."
TargetClicks is powered by WebVisible's Geneva software application, which automates the manual processes of inventory management, campaign creation, media buying, data aggregation and campaign optimization.
During the month of June, PowWeb is offering a special "free clicks" promotion valued at $180 to their online small business community at www.PowWeb.com/targetclicks.
TargetClicks can be ordered in a variety of packages to fit any budget. Upon ordering, ads for the advertiser's business will be custom-created by search-engine professionals and loaded to leading search engines. When a consumer searches for a relevant product or service, search engines return targeted -- even local -- results in the form of ads. When a consumer clicks the desired ad, they are taken to the advertiser's website where they are one step closer to becoming a paying customer.
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