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    Any MSN Adcenter Users Here Now?
    If you use MSN, please login and tell me if you see the billing tab...mine is missing....and there was no scheduled maintainence...

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    I don't see it either.

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    thanks!

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    I went over to WMW to read the forums and was reading about someone having a problem with billing and getting overcharged. I wonder if they're doing something and just took it down. Could be totally unrelated. Someone else started a thread over there about billing being gone too. I'm going to go ahead and move this to the MSN forum.

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    There was an announced adCenter maintenance announced for Sunday, 7/23

    http://forums.searchenginewatch.com/...ad.php?t=12820

    And another for an unexpected maintenance for the Billing Center this evening, 7/25

    http://forums.searchenginewatch.com/...ad.php?t=12900

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    Ah, you would think they would post it at MSN adCenter itself. Don't see a message there now and don't remember it there prior. Just noticed I have the same join date as Marcia over there
    Last edited by Trust; July 26th, 2006 at 12:02 AM.

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    Billing is back.

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    Quality of traffic has been poor compared to other PPCSEs and so I won't be using them when my credit runs out. Too many people who know nothing about the internet have MSN as their default browser homepage and so MSN attracts a lot of newbie traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michelleus
    Quality of traffic has been poor compared to other PPCSEs and so I won't be using them when my credit runs out. Too many people who know nothing about the internet have MSN as their default browser homepage and so MSN attracts a lot of newbie traffic.
    I am completely on the other side of the fence on your thoughts.

    The ROI from MSN has made me more than Google or Yahoo ever made me. The ROI from MSN is so good, I ditched Google and Yahoo for the time being...

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    "Too many people who know nothing about the internet have MSN as their default browser homepage and so MSN attracts a lot of newbie traffic."

    And I thought it was AOLers(Google) that didn't know about the internet Experiences will vary with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michelleus
    Quality of traffic has been poor compared to other PPCSEs and so I won't be using them when my credit runs out. Too many people who know nothing about the internet have MSN as their default browser homepage and so MSN attracts a lot of newbie traffic.
    [sarcasm]Those newbies obviously search for something by default and click on evryone's ppc ads by default and they never buy anything cuz they came through MSN's site and are ignorant about the Internet and you'll go bust in a new york minute...[/sarcasm]

    If you do ppc, try MSN - it converts better than anything else that I'm presently doing (but only has 10-15% the volume of G search).

    MSN has very little syndication right now, so most users are directly at the MSN site (there's very little scum in their network) and they are doing searches for specific products much the same as people do at Google - but you don't have to tolerate the same proportion of crap distribution cuz MSN's still a virtual ppc virgin.

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