Google Wonder Wheel – a Theme-Based Keyword Research Tool

I just learned about a Google experiment that you can use for keyword research. This is another tool that helps you go wide and find new possible markets to get into.

Google Wonder Wheel in Action for the term 'Network Marketing Leads'
Google Wonder Wheel in Action for the term 'Network Marketing Leads'

Since I’m on the road right now, I won’t have time to get into how to use the tool. But i’ll give you really quick instructions to get started with it.

This keyword research tool gives you a graphical representation of related themes to a search term you specify. Your search term appears in the center of a wheel. Around the wheel are some popular keywords that Google associates closely with your search term. These are natural markets to move into when expanding your pay-per-click campaign.

If you like, you may click any of the related themes to explore it further and find even more markets.

Repeat this as many times as you want and grow your keyword list exponentially with ideas you might never have thought of.

To get access to the Google Wonder Wheel, just paste this code into your address bar

javascript:void(document.cookie=”PREF=ID=4a609673baf685b5:TB=2:LD=en:CR=2:TM=1227543998:LM=1233568652:DV=AA:GM=1:IG=3:S=yFGqYec2D7L0wgxW;path=/; domain=.google.com”);

This sets up a cookie telling Google to add the Wonder Wheel to your search preferences.

Just run a search as normal in Google. On the results page, you will see a “Show Options” link directly under your search box. Click it and choose Wonder Wheel from the left. That’s it!

Thanks to http://blogoscoped.com/archive/2009-03-24-n84.html for introducing me to the Wonder Wheel and supplying the cookie code above.


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How to Grow an “Attractive” Sales Personality

I’m coming to US and Ayeee…gonna do a Borat!

Kidding. But I’m heading out tomorrow so I thought I’d leave you with something i’ve been thinking about lately.

My brother and I have a pretty strange upbringing. We grew up in different countries and each speak at least two languages. Many of you will not know this–but in addition to speaking English and Arabic, I spoke French and Japanese for three years in school.

I even took a Maori class, the language of the natives of New Zealand. I can’t fairly claim I can SPEAK maori because I had a really easy going teacher. So we often played around in class and brought cheat notes into exams.

I remember we had to learn the names of the 7 canoes that brought the first Maori to New Zealand and memorise where they landed. Since I have terrible memory, I photocopied the map really small and used it in the exam. Naughty me!

This isn’t how I usually conducted myself in school. But I didn’t think it was so important to learn another language back then.

Anyway, like I said, I had an interesting upbringing and a coloured life.

I boarded a plane at the age of 6 months when I first left Kansas and went to join my mother in Amman. My father who was studying in the states became a translator for the US embassy in Saudi Arabia had us join him just two years later in Taif.

Soon after, we migrated to New Zealand.

Discovering New Zealand was an experience in itself. Dad had seen ads on television for Anchor milk and learned that there was this tiny country in the pacific which was nuclear free. That got his attention and he decided that we’ll visit and see if we like living there.

I didn’t speak any English and learned it in school that year.

One time in school, the teacher asked me to draw a “piktcha” (picture with a New Zealand accent) and for the life of me I didn’t know what it meant. I tried to ask my father but the pronounciation made it impossible for him to figure out what I was asking about. He suggested it was, perhaps, a pitcher…a kind of container. But that wasn’t it, was it?

We traveled a little more back and forth. Between Saudia and New Zealand while we went through migration procedures. During the Gulf war, my father was jailed and we were deported because of a disgruntled student at my father’s university.

My family returned on a more permenant basis to New Zealand and they continued studies for their Masters and PhD degrees.

During that time, we were poor. No shit.

When father completed his doctorate he took a post at the international university in Malaysia and he took my younger sister and me with him for a year. I continued school by correspondence with one of the oldest schools in New Zealand.

My mother remained with the rest of my siblings to finish her PhD defence in Auckland.

The next year, we finally had a decent lifestyle. Both my parents worked at high paying university jobs in Oman. I had my own bedroom and a real bed instead of a matress on the floor. For the first time, we had proper living room furniture and started going on twice-yearly holidays.

I continued an extramural university program at Massey University in Mathematics. And when I turned 19, I returned to New Zealand on my own to finish a second degree in Computer Science.

My masters was completed at the University of Auckland. Each year, while on summer holidays, I’d travel to Thailand and Dubai. My parents lived in neighbouring countries and we’d travel every weekend to see my father in Dubai. When I returned to New Zealand, my pasport would be so stamped with entry and exit visas that the profiler would pick me out at passport control and I’d get searched thoroughly at customs.

It became a fact of life for me.

When I graduated from my Masters, I went on road trips often and worked in a tiny city in the south island of New Zealand on US government contracts.

During that time, I traveled to Australia and Switzerland for academic and commercial conferences.

After that, I moved to Sydney for a PhD where I had many good and bad adventures.

Early this year, I moved to Amman, Jordan permenantly. Here, the concept of working from home is peculiar.

Last weekend my brother and I were out with some friends of his. And we noticed that despite us not being great speakers of Arabic, people gravitate to us.

My brother, was surprised at how easily we attract people. Especially that he seems to get along with some of the strangest characters. He has friends who are from nomadic tribes that he spends hours a day with. And, on the other hand, he has western-educated, half-cast english-speaking friends at university.

When we meet people, they look up to us without any solid reason why.

The reason is obvious, though, isn’t it?

We are well-traveled, educated people with life experience. In every conversation we have, we tell stories and have new information to share that no one ever knew. There’s never a conversation we can’t participate in.

All of my family are avid readers of books.

We read in every topic you can imagine. Reading is vital because it allows you to have experience through others. Particularly if you have no interesting life-experiences of your own.

Last weekend, we met with some new friends at the American Embassy where I’d gone to add visa pages to my stamped-out US passport. Our conversation turned to the economy and real estate investment in the states.

Now, since I don’t live in the US, I should have no idea about the economy or any clue about real estate investment. But I still managed to engage in a long discussion on the topic.

All because we read and associate with others who relate their diverse experiences.

This in turn allows us to contribute new value in every conversation. And this is what attracts others to us. 

Otherwise, we’d be rather dull people. We don’t party. We don’t drink. We don’t go to clubs. And I can’t tell a joke without forgetting the punch-line.

Yet, we have something of value to share in each new meeting.

Having an attractive personality for selling is all about exactly this. Adding value to the lives of others. It could be as simple as making others laugh. Or as complex as a stimulating conversation about politics and investment.

You too have your own stories and experiences to share. And even if you live a rather colourless life in some small town you’ve never left, then open your mind and fill it with reading.

Adwords Wrapper

It’s pretty tedious to bid on the broad, phrase, and exact match versions of your keywords.

An Adwords Wrapper Tool will give you a quick short-cut to create three versions of all your keywords. 

Once you’ve created your new keyword list, just run it through the Adwords Wrapper and create exact, phrase, and broad match versions of all your keywords in a second. Copy and paste them into the keywords of your Adgroup.

 

Try this free tool the Adwords Wraper. 


To learn more of Jim’s PPC advertising techniques, check out PPC Domination.

Google Website Optimizer: How to Split-Test Your PPC Landing Pages for Maximum Conversion

Google Website Optimizer can be accessed in your Adwords Interface. Just click the Tools Menu and choose Website Optimizer from the list of tools!

Google Website Optimizer can be accessed in your Adwords Interface. Just click the Tools Menu and choose Website Optimizer from the list of tools!

Google provides a tool in their Adwords interface called the Google Website Optimizer. And it has a number of useful features that you won’t find in any other tracking software.

Split-testing pages works by taking two versions of your landing page that are exactly identical except for the one variable being tested. Be it a single word different in the headline, colour, or position of your optin box.

They then automatically forward clicks on your ad to one of the two versions of your page, alternating between them to fairly and accurately determine which results in the desired action of a sale or optin.

Whenever the clicker views a key action page, such as your “thank you” page after opting in, the download page for a piece of software you give out as a demo, or a thank you page after making a purchase, Google counts that as a successful conversion. 

A running record is kept of how many views each version of your test page received relative to the number of times your key “successful conversion” page was subsequently viewed. You can then look at two ratios you compare to decide which page results in the best rate of conversion.

 

Accurate Conversion Tracking

Tracking is rarely ever exactly accurate. The reason is that much of it is done with cookies to find out who the unique visitors or action takers are. Cookie tracking has its problems–for example, if a prospect uses a text browser or has their cookie security turned on high, you will not get any stats tracked for them.

All the same, most browsers store cookies and allow the tracking software to do their work.

Other third party tracking software does a good enough job. But they track all clicks–those you pay for and those you don’t. Google has procedures in place to cancel out forged clicks and other useless actions. Which makes the only clicks worth tracking those that Google produces. Since these are the only ones you actually pay for. That’s why I prefer to use Google’s website optimization tool.

 

Geek Talk: How to Define a Clear Winner

 

Google Website Optimizer Telling Me There is No Clear Winner Yet
Google Website Optimizer Telling Me There is No Clear Winner Yet

Statistics tells us that if you toss a good coin 100 times, it will land 50 times on heads and 50 times on tails. This is only theoretical, though, provided the coin is fairly weighted on both sides. In reality, you may observe 40 heads and 60 tails instead. But if you keep tossing the same coin, the you will get closer to the theoretical outcome of 50/50 heads/tails.

Few marketers split-test correctly because they act on too little data or otherwise they wait too long and waste opportunities to profit with their better landing page.

In the same way, if you toss the coin only 30 times, you are EXPECTED in theory to find it lands 15 times on heads and 15 times on tails. But in reality, the outcome could be extremely one-sided. And if you were to act on this data saying that the coin weighs more on one side than the other, you would probably be wrong.

Similarly, your two test-landing-pages may well show bias in favour of one versus the other even if they are the exact same page. Especially if measuring conversions with only data about a few clicks.

Running tests that update and track every click and conversion along with confidence statistics will help you determine if there is a large enough margin between the two test pages, relative to how many results were observed. Confidence statistics work by figuring out what the theoretical difference between your two landing page versions would be if it were due to the “randomness” phenomenom I described with the fair coin. If there is enough difference seen between the theoretical outcomes and the actual outcomes, you can safely conclude that the change being tested has an effect on how the page performs.

Rather than make these difficult calculations yourself the Google Website Optimizer will do it all for you and interpret the results on your behalf.

When Google says you have a winner, you can trust to kill the loser and keep the winner and repeat with another test variable.

 

I have used the Google Website Optimizer tool a lot in my business. I test the hell out of every landing page until I get a version that converts at the highest rate possible. This technique has been responsible for me seeing thousands upon thousands of Home Business leads at $2.35 each.

Start using the Google Website Optimizer today. It’s simple. Just create two versions of your best landing page and let the website optimizer tell you the winner!


To learn more of Jim’s PPC advertising techniques, check out PPC Domination.

PPC Landing Page Generator: How to Create Lead Capture Pages Without HTML

Do you know how to use FrontPage or write your own HTML webpages?

If your answer is no, then you’re not alone. A lot of marketers don’t move forward with their business because they don’t know any HTML. Although, I think that’s no excuse!

Here’s a really simple Landing Page Generator software i put together to help exactly people like yourself. In fact, even if you DO know how to make websites, you can still make use of this becuase it does them so quickly and easily. I build all my own landing pages with this free program. This way, every one of my PPC keywords can have its own landing pages with little effort.

Start Using the Free Landing Page Generator

 

A good PPC Lead Capture Page has the following components:

Headline: Get Attention Quickly

Headlines have the most influence on whether or not your page converts. Because if it doesn’t get attention immediately, people will leave soon after clicking without reading anything else. This will cost you more money per lead and increase your site’s bounce rate. Which has the nasty effect of lowering your quality score and giving you a big fat Google Slap.

That’s why, headlines are tested and re-tested by all marketers to find the best wording that gets maximum impact. An excellent tool to do your own tests is the Google Conversion Optimizer.

Marketers agree that sans-serif fonts like Tahoma and Arial give best results for headlines. And when the type is in red colour against a white background, it has a psychological effect of getting attention. You can even use red sparingly on your page to move people’s eyes down to important components on the page like the submit button for your optin box.

Do not obstruct view of your headline with a banner or space-filler graphics. That will kill your conversion rate because it takes attention away from the most important part of the page most responsible for conversion.

Keep your headline short and write your main benefit in the most attractive way possible.

 

Example:

  • How I Made $250,000 My Sixth Month Marketing Online
  • How To Make $10,000 Per Day From Your Home Business
  • How I Made Google My Bitch & Forced It To Send Me 1,000 Qualified Home Business Leads Yesterday
  • Imagine, 200 New Customers At Your Business Door Every Day

 

Sub Headline: Make an Offer or Bribe

Your subheadline or next bit of text directly after your headline should tell people the action they need to take in order to receive that benefit. Think of it like a secondary headline and it should offer an exchange of some kind that compels them to keep reading down the page. Before you start writing a landing page, decide what you will give people for free in exchange for their email address. A sales pitch or a bizop presentation will NOT do.

There must be a genuinely good reason and easily identifiable benefit they will received when they sacrifice their email address. After all, although you may not spam them, they do not know you and they worry that you will subject them to POTENTIAL unwanted email or high-pressure phone sales. Unless the benefit is so strong that the risk becomes negligible, they will not optin.

Write your subheadline carefully and think of it like a trade. Help them live beyond their next action and pose it in the present tense if you can.

Example:

  • In the Next 3 Minutes, You Will Have In Your Hands the Keys to a Revolutionary Marketing System That Brings You Customers and Cash At Will
  • 15 Minutes From Now, You Will Receive a Personal Phone Call From Me & Know Exactly What to Do This Year to Quit Your Job And Earn From Home Full Time

 

Short Bullets Packed With Benefits

The bullets or body of your landing page is designed to give prospects more reasons to take the next desired action of submitting their contact information. You can present it as bullets, a few short paragraphs of text, or a video.

You need to think of 3-5 reasons that matter to them why what you are about to share is important. Your company being in the ground floor is not a reason that matters to them. Nor does it matter who your founder is, that he is a scientist, or that your comp plan is the highest paying in the industry.

Instead, you should be telling them how these things affect them.

 

Example:

  • Speak with an experienced entrepreneur who will take you through all the steps necessary to start profiting in your first week of Home Business ownership
     
  • Have an ENDLESS supply of customers, putting money in your pocket daily by discovering a revolutionary product exclusive to our partners which cures obesity forever. (Remember that 60% of all Americans have this problem and want a quick and easy solution you can give them).
     
  • Sell with confidence in your sleep by using our online marketing system which takes care of all marketing and advertising for you.
     

 

Clear Call to Action

Your optin box must be accompanied with a clear call to action. But that’s not all. You need to give prospects a real reason that makes sense for why you need their  phone or email address to share further information with them. Remember the squeeze page or lead capture page is a gateway to the rest of your content only accessible by a key piece of information they give you.

If you’re going to give them access to a private members area, you will need an email address to send them the password.

If it’s an e-mail based course, explain this and tell them that they must supply their email to receive the course.

If you are going to give a phone consultation, then, obviously you would need their phone number.

These are all good reasons to request contact information. As long as you are clear about it, people will be able to make the decision whether they want the next piece of information badly enough to reveal personal information to you.

Example:

  • “Type your name and phone number below to receive a free 30 minute phone consultation and I’ll show you exactly how to advertise your Home Business online.”
  • “Enter your email address below to receive full access to our members-only area.”
  • “Tell me in the box below your best email where I can send you the 11-day E-Mail-only course for Free.”
  • “Type your E-Mail below to be notified whenever new posts like this are added to the blog”

 

How to Use the Landing Page Generator Correctly

Once you’ve figured all of this out, you’re ready to go.

  1. Fill out the form on the PPC Landing Page Generator. Sign up for an autoresponder account at iContact. Not only do I recommend their autoresponder highly, it is the only one the Landing Page Generator works with. Produce an optin box using the iContact form generator wizard and copy the code into the autoresponder box of the Landing Page Generator.
      
  2. Use for your Thank You page URL the link to your funded proposal sales letter, your bizop sales page, or to the information you promised to give them.
     
  3. Submit the Landing Page Designer form and a new HTML page will be automatically saved to your desktop. You can either customise this further in Frontpage or use it as is.
     
  4. Sign up for a hosting account with godaddy.com or hostgator.com
     
  5. Use your host’s FTP interface to upload the landing page file to your website
      

Go try the landing page generator and write for me below in the comments section if you need any further help using it.


To learn more of Jim’s PPC advertising techniques, check out PPC Domination.

Mis-Spell Generator Or Typo Generator: “The Keywords That Prospects Search But Few Advertisers Bid On”

According to Google, 10-20% of all searches start out MIS-SPELLED.

Capturing those searches by bidding on them with Pay-Per-Click is one of the smartest ways to easily and cheaply capture prospects. It gives you the advantage of positioning your Adwords ad in front of potential prospects–before they see any of your competitors’ ads. But few people know the proper use of Typo Generator tools.

I’ll tell you my method in a second. Check this out…

There is insane competition for popular home business keywords in Pay-Per-Click. And yet, there is virtually no competition when the same keyword is misspelled.

Why not?

Advertisers rarely test all mis-spelling variations of each keyword, or they think that their search volume isn’t worth the time to investigate.

For a moment, I’d like you to imagine this: You have 10 mis-spellings of 5 very popular keywords, each getting an average of just 20 searches a day when misspelled–that would make you a cool 1,000 daily impressions. 

Better still, consider that since the competition is significantly less, you’d have two new advantages versus bidding on one correctly-spelled and very popular keyword:

  1. Cheaper average CPC (less dollars per click)
  2. and More conversions (less clicks per lead)

To understand why bidding on less popular mis-spelled keywords gets you more conversions, let’s get into the shoes of your prospect for a minute.

First of all, they’re in a rush and due to keyboard slips, accidents, and just straight-up ignorance they type their search with a mistake. Google and other searches try to help the searcher by making suggestions for the correct spelling, but they still return results anyway.

Suppose you were your prospect. You search for “home bizness leads” instead of “home business leads”. There’s a single sponsored ad on the right and few search results. Google tells you that you might have made a mistake. Do you a) re-run the search with the correct spelling immediately or b) glance above the fold of results to see if there’s something that matches what you’re looking for?

Alright, let’s suppose you either didn’t like what Googled returned for the wrongly spelled search of “home bizness leads” or you decided to fix your mistake and search again. Either way, you are now looking at results for “home business leads”. There are 70 million of them and there are thousands of ads.

Your attention is split between everything on that page, because everything “sorta” matches.

On the other hand, with your first search, with spelling mistake, the only ad you could see was the one ad above the fold. If it matched what you wanted, you would have clicked it rendering all ads and all 70 million listing results for the correct spelling USELESS. Because the subsequent search for the correct spelling would never have happened.

Here’s another reason to bid on mis-spellings and typos. Using the Google Keyword Tool, let’s compare competition stats for both versions of the keyword:

 

home business leads

Suggested CPC Bid for positions 1-3: $13.03

 

home bizness leads

Suggested CPC Bid for position 1-3: $0.05

 

I’m sure you don’t want to spend $13.03 for a click. But suppose you got greedy when you saw that the keyword “home business leads” receives a maximum of 13,000 monthly impressions (about 433 searches a day). Perhaps you bid, i dunno, $10 CPC to scrape the bottom of the first page of results–maybe get seen by a few people. Or perhaps you are a little careful with your bid, so you decide the second page is good enough for you and bid $5 CPC.

Besides the high CPC bid, now your ad is buried in a sea of “relevant” ads. The prospect has choice and instead of just clicking your ad because for its relevance, they’ll compare it and the page it goes to with every other contestant. Your click-thru-rate suffers. Your cost increases. Your conversion rate is reduced. Your quality score drops. Your ad rank drops. Your cost increases some more.

I paint a bleak picture. With competitive keywords, the ACTUAL traffic you get is never equal to the potential traffic available.

The alternative is to bid on the mis-spelled “home bizness leads” for 5 cents and hold the #1 spot above the fold. Whoever searches on this version will have little choice. They are more likely to click your ad merely because it is the only relevant one they can see. They are also more likely to optin because they don’t have anything to press back to. You’ll enjoy a high CTR. An phenomenal opt-in rate. Which result in lower cost per click, lower cost per lead, and high quality score.

This way, you’re in a better position to capture a majority of the potential traffic available. Four more misspellings, will easily get you 1,000 valuable daily impressions instead of the 433 available for the correct spelling.

So now that I’ve presented a small case for adding misspelled versions of popular keywords in your PPC campaign, let’s talk about how to implement this correctly:

 

  1. Use a mis-spell or typo generator to get as many variations on your main keyword as possible
      
  2. Import your keywords with correctly spelled ads into a Yahoo SEM account
      
  3. Bid 10 cents per click
      
  4. Run your ads for a full week before making any changes
      
  5. Sort your keywords by highest-to-lowest impressions
      
  6. Take the top 5 spellings of each seed keyword into your Google Adwords account and tweak them for maximum profit

 

Easy? Go try it with this Typo Generator now and let me know how it works for you by typing in the comments section below…


To learn more of Jim’s PPC advertising techniques, check out PPC Domination.

Keyword Mixer | How to Really Get New Keywords With High Search Volume and Low Competition

When searching for keywords with high search volume and low competition, there is no denying that a keyword combiner is an excellent way to go.

Keyword combiners, generators, or mixers work by taking 2 or more lists of keywords and then permutate them into new keyword combinations. These combinations are usually not thought of by your PPC competitors who usually just use keyword research tools with a seed keyword they supply. Obviously, there’s two problems with their method:

  1. It doesn’t capture all the infinite versions that the same search may be conducted by searchers. Keyword tools only show the keywrods with highest search volume–which everyone wants. But the issue is that they are just longer-tail versions of the same seed keyword that you input. There’s few new ideas there.
     
  2. Since everyone else is using the same keyword databases and tools, every advertiser is competing for the same scraps of the market. Which makes your required CPC bid too high to be profitable.

 

Keyword Mixers help you come up with tens of thousands of combinations competitors aren’t bidding on. The only issue is filtering out the keywords that get no search. I’ll show you a simple way to do that below.

Here’s how Keyword Mixers work:

Suppose you sell nutritional supplements online, and you want to bid different ways people might search for nutrition to buy. You might use the following two lists:

 

List 1:

  • nutrition
  • nutritional
  • vitamin
  • mineral
  • antioxidant

 

List 2:

  • supplement
  • pill
  • tablet
  • gel
  • capsule
  • drink
  • juice

 

Keyword generators will make the following combinations for you:

nutrition supplement, nutrition pill, nutrition tablet, nutrition gel, nutrition capsule, nutrition drink, nutrition juice, nutritional supplement, nutritional pill, nutritional tablet, nutritional gel, nutritional capsule, nutritional drink, nutritional juice, vitamin supplement, vitamin pill, vitamin tablet, vitamin gel, vitamin capsule, vitamin drink, vitamin juice, antioxidant supplement, antioxidant pill, antioxidant tablet, antioxidant gel, antioxidant capsule, antioxdant drink, antioxidant juice

 

Many of these tools will also give you plural versions of the keywords and combinations without the space to help you capture even more searches. In any case, however you use your choice of Keyword Generator, you’ll be able to produce large volumes of keywords very quickly.

 

How to Filter Keywords From Keyword Mixer

I usually import all the keyword list into my Yahoo SEM account without filtering. Since Yahoo is not as strict as Google on quality, I use it like a sandbox to play in until I know what is worth keeping.

I bid on the new keywords with small CPC bids of 10 cents or so.

After some stats have accumulated, I just sort by the impression column. This sends to the bottom of the Yahoo SEM interface all keywords that have too much competition. Since your bid is low, competitive keywords will simply receive NO impressions.

Better still, this technique brings to the top only keywords that actually get high search–and impressions with the 10 cent bid. These have LEAST competition and maximum potential.

So I take them into my Google Adwords account and tweak to maximise profit.

If you’d like to try this technique, here’s a free Keyword Mixer tool I recommend: http://www.keywordmixer.com/


To learn more of Jim’s PPC advertising techniques, check out PPC Domination.

KWBrowse: A Lateral Keyword Research Tool

I got a pretty cool email yesterday.

I’m actually in a cafe called Lemon right now in Abdoun with some friends but I wanted to whip out this really quick post. The email was a link to a video about how to troubleshoot your Adwords account and diagnose quality score problems long before your quality score value changes. It’s part of a paid PPC newsletter I subscribe to, so I can’t share that video with you. But I want to tell you about a tool they suggested called KWBrowse that gives new keyword suggestions.

This tool is different from many others I use in that it gives new LATERAL keyword suggestions.

Most keyword tools will ask you for an input keyword as a seed from which to derive other suggestions. This is good when you want to go deep in your campaigns and get longer-tail suggestions.  However, KWBrowse gives you a graphical representation of keyword groups that help you go WIDE in your campaigns. You can take their suggestions and plug them into the Google Keyword Tool.

Check it out at http://www.kwbrowse.com/

Try it and let me know what you think!


To learn more of Jim’s PPC advertising techniques, check out PPC Domination.