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    Outsourced Program Manager Azam Marketing's Avatar
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    Question Best PPC Management Tool for Adwords, YSM and Microsoft AdCenter?
    There's lots of well known tools out there to management PPC accounts across different search engines. Just wondering which ones people had tried and found to be user-friendly and effective.

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    Tools that let you target ROI & report by KW are what a merchant needs.
    Managing PPC biding is just a part of the process.

    There are few affiliates that have any control over the CART.

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    iWebTrack Ad Campaign Tracking
    iWebTrack (www.iwebtrack.com) is a web analytics tool that's great for PPC management.

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    Hi Erica! You might want to link to your forum so people know you aren't a drive by spammer since you have really posted much yet

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    I'm using freekeywords dot wordtracker dot com

    I'm searching the keywords that has high demand and low competition, so I record all the results from freekeywords, and counts the competitors in google ads.

    @moderator : I'm not the owner, I'm not promoting them, I'm just answering the question. If it considered as a spam, please delete it.

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    Outsourced Program Manager Azam Marketing's Avatar
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    Ronald, thanks for your response, but that's not what I was referring to.

    Perhaps I should be more clear (Eric got it). What I'm looking for is software that allows you to manage a keyword inventory across multiple search engines. So you have one interface to manage keywords on Adwords, Yahoo, MSN etc.

    I've researched quite a few of the best known solutions and they cost a few thousand dollars a month for managing tens of thousands of keywords. Is there any reasonably priced software out there costing, say, a few hundred dollars a month to manage large numbers of keywords?

    Thankyou.

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    Try chatting with Penny Coupland in Nottingham
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azam Marketing
    Ronald, thanks for your response, but that's not what I was referring to.

    Perhaps I should be more clear (Eric got it). What I'm looking for is software that allows you to manage a keyword inventory across multiple search engines. So you have one interface to manage keywords on Adwords, Yahoo, MSN etc.

    I've researched quite a few of the best known solutions and they cost a few thousand dollars a month for managing tens of thousands of keywords. Is there any reasonably priced software out there costing, say, a few hundred dollars a month to manage large numbers of keywords?

    Thankyou.
    Azam (are you the same one from A4U?),

    I looked into this a while ago; there are some solutions, none of them seem worth the costs unless you're running huge campaigns or managing for multiple clients, because then you can pass on the costs.

    I would suggest rolling your own - spec it out and find someone on one of the freelance boards to do it - your primary problem will be APIs - Google's is very straight forward, Yahoo! has one and MSN I think you have to know someone at AdCenter to get access (which I might, drop me a line).

    Cheers.
    oziman

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    I like microsoft excel...

    If you're doing heavy volume, you might want to consider getting your own app developed, so you can do custom management of your own tool.

    If you have the specs down pat, you could get an india developer to do either a desktop-based or PHP server-based tool for you.

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