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You can try this
- SEO for your website. Focus on keywords relevant to your product.
- Run PPC campaign with a limited budget.
- Implement few changes in your website content based on competitor analysis.
- Set up Twitter account for connecting with customers
- Include customet testimonials and reviews in your website.
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The first thing you have to do which is really important are two things.
1) look at what your competitors in your niche are doing (Search Engine Optimization, Pay-Per-Click, etc)
2) Get informed as to how to go about implementing some strategies. Read blogs on SEO, PPC, Social Media, etc.
Have to get your feet wet a little before you jump in the pool.
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Personally, I've always found it nice to try out a few different PPC networks with the same budget and make sure I keep track of how well each one does. For those that spend a lot of money and get few results, I just put the ad on pause and ignore the account. I can tell you that for my website development business, it costs about $40 to get a sale from AdWords, $35 to get a sale from Yahoo and $25 to get a sale from AdCenter, but that may be based entirely on the nature of each business. It's always good to test the water before choosing a single method to stick with.
In terms of handling pay-per-click marketing on your own, one of the most complicated parts is managing your bidding and keywords. The big guys all seem to have an 'auto' setting for bidding now, but it's still capped by your highest bid and will try to make its way up there most of the time. You could try out a flat rate PPC network like ours to avoid bidding and save yourself a lot of time tweaking the settings and money by not paying for over-priced clicks. You can use my promo code 'mirai' to get $25 free and test out our network if you'd like. PocketCents.com
Pay per click works well for some of our clients when they're just starting out. Not so well for others. People are 7 times more likely to click on organic search results. And they trust those links more as well. I think of pay per click more as a temporary measure until you can get your website up on the first page of organic search. That's where the most and best traffic comes from.
On the other hand, informative viral articles bring in even more highly targeted traffic. And they increase your organic search status through many inbound links.
Pay per click seems like the poor stepchild that you use until you get your online marketing act together. The nice thing about the most effective online marketing strategies is that they're free. Don't cost you a cent.
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