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January 31, 2009 at 3:57 am 1 comment


Once again, Google has made an application to benefit the masses. Google AdWords are Pay-Per-Click ads that appear on the right side of the screen when a search has been completed. There is a $5 application fee to begin, but the overall cost is entirely up to the individual or company creating the ad. I had difficulty with the standard edition in the beginning, but I soon found my footing. (The starter edition is MUCH easier to control – I would recommend this for newbies.) Within 25 minutes I had my ad written and the keywords in place (for the search engine). Let the searching begin!

My keywords include: ‘stephanie neville’, ‘social media pr’, ‘new media drivers license’, ‘social media blogger’, ‘pr information’ & ‘entry level public relations’ (to name a few)

My Google Adwords ad:

Stephanie Neville’s Blog
PR and Social Marketing Info
Tips for success in the industry

Sadly, the limited funds ($15) I allowed the program to access didn’t amount to much. Lesson learned: the more you spend, the more you get out of it. Below is a screen shot of my ‘stephanie neville’ Google search results. As you can see…nothing in favor of my blog. A non-profit, corporation or firm (aka anything/anyone other than a poor college student) would have much better luck.



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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Derek Mehraban  |  February 5, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    I applaud your efforts. Keep playing with it and you may learn to like it. Not to promote your blog, but maybe a client or your business someday. Good work.

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