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    Bid Strategies For a New Site
    Hey guys, I need some help for my first site. In the keyword bidding dept.
    I am finishing up my niche dating site ( dating site for divorced singles
    with children) and am trying to devise a strategie that I can implement
    within my limited budget Here goes, tell me what you think.

    Geo. the site for Calif. only (population 35 M). Low bid on 12 good tested
    keywords with an average price of .20 cents a click. Go in with a high
    budget of $ 100.00 a day(24 hrs). Run it on an Exact Match mode

    My thinking is this; as the high bidders ($ 1.00 +) use up their budget
    and drop out I would move up on the list. Also as the time slot players
    move in and off the search engine I would move up. This way I could
    get my desired amount of traffic at a price that would fit my budget.

    What do you think? Is the idea flawed? Would you suggest something else?

    Thanks for any and all help!! King Fisher

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    keyword bidding..
    well to be honest I never really did that good with keyword bidding, ppc, it's always based on other seo strategies I use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Fisher
    Hey guys, I need some help for my first site. In the keyword bidding dept.
    I am finishing up my niche dating site ( dating site for divorced singles
    with children) and am trying to devise a strategie that I can implement
    within my limited budget Here goes, tell me what you think.

    Geo. the site for Calif. only (population 35 M). Low bid on 12 good tested
    keywords with an average price of .20 cents a click. Go in with a high
    budget of $ 100.00 a day(24 hrs). Run it on an Exact Match mode

    My thinking is this; as the high bidders ($ 1.00 +) use up their budget
    and drop out I would move up on the list. Also as the time slot players
    move in and off the search engine I would move up. This way I could
    get my desired amount of traffic at a price that would fit my budget.

    What do you think? Is the idea flawed? Would you suggest something else?

    Thanks for any and all help!! King Fisher
    We are very into PPC. Your strategy isnt a bad one, just remember your competitors might think similarly to you and use a similar strategy.

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