|Weekly SEO news: 28 July 2009|
to the latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're taking another look at Google's AdWords system. Most people pay much more than they have to for their Google AdWords ads. There are some AdWords statistics that you might not know.
In the news: Bing users are more likely to click on ads, just like all search engines, Bing does not like Flash, Silverlight and images, Google introduces a new AdWords feature and more.
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|1. How to get much better results with Google AdWords|
Google's AdWords system is a great way to get more website visitors. However, Google is also a business that needs to make money. That's why most people pay much more for their AdWords ads than they have to.
Open an AdWords account today. Your money might be gone tomorrow.
Plan your ads, save money and get much better results
Interesting AdWords statistics
If you want to lower your monthly AdWords bill while increasing your revenue at the same time then you should get the AdWords eBook now.
Editor's note: We'll continue with our regular articles next week.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
|3. New IBP 11.5 now with Google's keyword tools|
Based on user feedback we have improved the keyword manager in IBP 11 so that it now supports the Google AdWords keyword suggestion tool in many different languages.
In addition to the unique keyword database of KeywordIndex.com, IBP 11.5 now also supports the keyword tools of Google AdWords. That means that you can now get the number of searches for keywords in many languages, including English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, and more.
IBP 11.5 is currently available in a beta version. We plan to release the final version of IBP 11.5 within the next four weeks. Click here to get the beta version of IBP 11.5.
|4. Success stories|
"IBP is jumpstarting our revenue."
|5. Previous articles|