ebay sellers can now get targeted search traffic
March 17, 2007 9:39am CST
The internet has opened up a world of possibility for anyone with a dream of starting their own affordable business, be it an 80-year-old monk in Tibet to a stay-at-home mom in Kansas. Once their website is out, the key is finding inexpensive advertising. Until now, most search engines feature "pay-per-click advertising." Though certainly an effective marketing tool for any web business, it can also stir up fierce competition for bids on certain keywords. As for small business owners, they are often left in the dust of larger ventures with better strategies and more money. They are unable to make a return on investment and eventually dissolve. We here at Jigadig were troubled by this: why should smaller businesses lose the opportunity to take advantage of sponsored search advertising, called by many the most effective method of online marketing? So, we built a search engine that will appeal to 120 plus million auction search engine shoppers online, with the revolutionary feature of "the Friend Network," which enables users to shop with friends. We've developed an innovative keyword-sponsored search advertising system that is absolutely free, with affordable options to upgrade.....................
17 Mar 07
It sounds good, but I am not really that computer savvy and often these simple things end up being very difficult. However, I have used ebay for auctions many times and have wondered about setting up a store to go along with the website I have. Just don't know where to start.