Pay Per Click Formula 2

Gauher Chaudhry launches Pay Per Click Formula 2 and people are eager to learn about how to use PPC to make money online.

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The basic model involves investing in pay per click campaigns. For example, you use Google Adwords and pay for traffic. You then channel those visitors either to a merchant's web site, or preferably to your own web page or landing page.

Once people get to your landing page, they will read words that will motivate them to take action. For example, they can sign up for a free offer or report.

In the process, you then earn a commission based on CPA (Cost Per Action) rates. In some cases, for example, you will earn $5 for each sign-up. In other cases, $50.

And that's where investing in PPC becomes profitable. Let's assume you spend 50 cents per visitor, and 100 visitors go to your landing page. In that case, your cost is $50. Assuming a conservative 2% (or 2 visitors) go ahead and sign-up, and assuming further your CPA commission is $50 per sign-up, then you will get $100, or a profit of $50.

Using PPC is a double-edged sword, though, that's why people want to learn from the experience of Gauher Chaudhry for the inside scoop on effective CPA marketing, and PPC strategies and techniques.

Pay Per Click Formula 2.0 ( is quite pricey at $1,297 (for the non-software version) or $1,647 (for the software version). Plus, you'll need to have an advertising budget for your PPC campaigns. In other words, beginners are highly encouraged to gain success first and make money from free search engine traffic.

Once you've pinpointed highly-converting offers, that's the time you ramp things up with PPC and the tactics shared in PPCF2 by Gauher Chaudhry.

[ First posted on 04/01/2009 by Manuel Viloria ]

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